25+ Pics That Will Make Trump Regret Canceling WWI Cemetery Visit Because Of Rain

The White House commented on the U.S president’s absence citing, “scheduling and logistical difficulties caused by the weather,” and instead sent a delegation led by Chief of Staff John Kelly to the cemetery in his place. The cloudy weather and rain prevented president’s helicopter for traveling to the site located 50…

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Russian Fisherman Posts Terrifying Creatures Of The Deep Sea, And People Want Him To Stop (New Pics)

“I’m 39 and have been working onboard trawlers for seventeen years,” Roman told Bored Panda. “I live in Murmansk, Russia. It is a big port, and that’s why I enrolled in the Marine University after school. My specialization has a lot to do with fishing technology. I know how to…

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Twitter Users Have Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s Back After She Was Fashion-Shamed

On Thursday, Washington Examiner reporter Twitter screenshot Twitter users pounced on Scarry’s bizarre attack on Ocasio-Cortez and mocked it mercilessly. Ocasio-Cortez couldn’t help but join in on the takedown, pointing out that her opponents seem obsessed with her backside. Other Twitter users piled on with memes of ridiculous winter coats. …

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Startup Rocket Lab puts 6 small satellites into orbit

New York (CNN)A scrappy American rocket startup just set the bar in the red-hot market for companies that launch small satellites. “[My team] built a beautiful machine,” Rocket Lab CEO Peter Beck told CNN Business on Sunday. Why smallsats? Just as cell phones have shrunk, similar technological advancements have made…

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Leak: Axios Editor Concedes Problems With HBO S**tshow But Assures Staff That Haters Are Just Jealous

Their weekly staff meeting had become a crisis debriefing, and Axios employees were wondering where things had gone wrong. “This is small,” one staffer said, according to audio obtained by HuffPost, “but I have a question along the business-editorial line.” His question was for Axios editor-in-chief Nicholas Johnston, who was…

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