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A shipping container filled with rubber duckies was lost at sea in 1992, and the bath toys are still washing ashore today.
Are you bummed that you didn’t win the $640 million Mega Millions jackpot? Don’t be—it turns out winning the lottery can often be a terrible curse. From Jack Whittaker, who says he wishes ‘we had torn the ticket up,’ to Evelyn Adams, who won twice and gambled it all away, The Daily Beast rounds up the unluckiest lotto winners of them all.
"Why doesn't America read anymore?" NPR asked on Tuesday.
Los Angeles, California (CNN) -- Rick Norsigian kept two boxes he bought at a garage sale under his pool table for four years before realizing they may be too valuable to store at home.
During China’s Three Kingdoms period there was a brilliant general and master strategist of Shu Han named Chuko “Sleeping Dragon” Liang.
Pranks become more common as the school year wraps up for many students. This 2015 story is going viral after being posted on Reddit this week.
Two high school seniors were suspended after they rode horses to school as part of “No Vehicle to School Day.”
The decision to not use vehicles to get to school was made by the senior class, according to KRQE.
Students were creative in their choice of alternative modes of transportation. Some students rode skateboards or bikes, while other broke out four-wheelers.
But A.J. Sauceda and Clayton Torres got in trouble with school officials for their four-legged choice of transportation.
The two students say they ride horses instead of bikes. The pair rode the horses on campus for about 10 minutes, then took the animals back home.
School officials were waiting for the students when they returned to campus.
Sauceda and Torres were suspended.
School officials said it was not safe for the horses to be on campus.
The students were surprised by the punishment, claiming that worse senior pranks had been committed earlier in the week, and those pranksters were not suspended.
Sauceda and Torres missed finals due to the suspension, but will be allowed to make up the exams.
Imagine a place where the sun shines year-round, the average annual temperature is 73°, and more than 900 dogs with breed names like “Chubby-Tailed German Dobernauzer” and “Fire-Tailed Border Cocker” roam free across the lush landscape.
In his 2002 memoir, Travels, Michael Crichton took his readers back several decades, to the early 1960s when, as a Harvard student, he tried an interesting little experiment in his English class.
“Oh, God no,” he told the Telegraph when asked about the possibility. “I mean, to me, that’s outrageous. Especially since it’s a good movie. It’s like saying ‘Let’s remake Citizen Kane. Who are we going to get to play Kane?’ What folly, what insanity is that? Why would anyone do that?”
Magic mushrooms can create vivid hallucinations of strange and fantastical things, such as abstract geometric shapes.