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The element of surprise

is underrated!

Ukrainians serving up drive-by cocktails

Replacing Door Dash with Tank Dash?


Beau of the Fifth Column: You'll likely survive a nuclear weapons exchange; improve your odds

Something to ponder, but it's still a very remote possibility.

The stunt man of the animal kingdom


Warning: this video will likely make you emotional

The human spirit can overcome darkness.


Better Call Saul final season debuts April 18

Boy, has it been a looooong wait! But we're less than two months away now...

"Bravest women in the world"



Does your dog believe in conspiracy theories?

Maybe it's time to have "the talk" with him/her...

Colin Kaepernick behind offer for free autopsies in deaths caused by police

Admiration level for this man rises even higher!

Colin Kaepernick is launching an initiative through his Know Your Rights Camp that will offer free, secondary autopsies to family members of anyone whose death is "police-related."

The initiative collaborates with a panel of board-certified forensic pathologists who perform autopsies, disclose preliminary findings and issue final reports to requesting families.

"We know that the prison industrial complex, which includes police and policing, strives to protect and serve its interests at all costs," Kaepernick said. "The Autopsy Initiative is one important step toward ensuring that family members have access to accurate and forensically verifiable information about the cause of death of their loved one in their time of need."

The goal of the initiative is to eliminate concerns about reliability and objectivity of the first autopsy conducted, the risk of manipulation of evidence, and potential bias on behalf of the coroner or medical examiner and/or the use of faulty forensic procedures.


White Men Can't Jump

Remember that early 1990s sports comedy starring Wesley Snipes and Woody Harrelson? Well, the title of the film is silly and Mac McClung proves it was inaccurate.

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