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    Former neighbor's daughter gets a surprise Lamborghini Aventador ride from her high school followed by a visit to Times Square. The reactions were priceless. Allen Wong writes
    "I've had this neighbor for many years when I was poor and living in a poorer neighborhood. I became successful and moved to Florida a few years ago. I then came back to my hometown for a visit, and I brought my Lamborghini with me. I saw an opportunity to make the kid's day much brighter, and I took it."
    Leon on Wheels
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    At just over three weeks of age, little Leon Trotsky has more spunk than most who are ten times his size and he has already beaten the odds not once but twice. Being born a ‘farm’ pig, Leon was destined for the plate, but then an accident caused by his injured mum (which claimed the life of two of his siblings) saw Leon up against it again. With his right hind femur both broken and dislocated, plus an injured hock and ligament damage on the other side, things could not have looked much grimmer for the wee chap. But no one told the plucky little Leon that these obstacles of his world should hold him back. His life was precious, and thankfully this was recognised by a kind hearted soul who sought a better outcome for Leon.
    Apple Unveils iOS 8
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    Apple today unveiled iOS 8, the new version of the mobile software, iOS 8, boasts a new way for users to interact with notifications — text messages, calendar updates or Facebook posts — without launching individual apps. A new e-mail feature allows users to set aside the message they're writing with a downward swipe to retrieve information from another document. The new iCloud Drive feature syncs all Mac folders across every Mac, iPhone or Windows PC that a user owns. That feature is like cloud storage service Dropbox. And a new "handoff" feature allows Mac users to place and receive calls and texts via their Mac, even to non-iPhone users. Apple also unveiled HomeKit, a new platform that would enable people to control all the items in their homes with the iPad or iPhone. That means iOS 8 will let people manage their lights, cameras, door locks, switches, plugs, thermostats and other connected devices.
    Bison Bag Sleeping Bag Hammock


    Bison Bag(on kickstarter) includes everything (sleeping bag, hammock, rope, carabiners) fits within the sleeping bag bag. The Bison hooks using carabiners to two posts, be it trees or other.
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    Created by Julian Petschek at The California Institute of the Arts
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    A Motion-Stabilized Cloverfield Is Awesomely Unwatchable.
    The Drayton Daybed
    Pet  
    The Drayton Daybed is Pets version of a platform bed.
    "this bed is created with a rich renewable crushed bamboo platform that supports a shredded orthopedic foam mattress."
    Lego Cyberpunk City

    Lego Cyberpunk City
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    Lego Cyberpunk City Created by by the BroLUG team, inspried by the 1982 movie Blade Runner. Awesome. The full picture set, here.
    “It’s a cyberpunk display, near future city, Japan-esque,” says one of the BroLUG team in the video below, continuing, “There’s a joke running that we were trying to use every color possible in the display. … we’ve got scala pink, sand blue, and some other weird ‘80s, ‘90s colors.”
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    Super Mario dress
    Gaming  
    Koala's $60 Super Mario dress looks lovely. It's screened on both sides.
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    In a preview of this week’s Cosmos episode, Neil deGrasse Tyson explains the vast difference between weather, which is what we notice, and climate, which is global and changes gradually -usually. And he has an awfully cute dog out on the beach with him.
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    Michael Fassbender, James McAvoy, Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen do impressions of each other in Yahoo Movies UK interview.
    Man is stuck in South Korea after his kid doodled all over his
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    A Chinese man and his four-year-old son are apparently stuck in South Korea because his son used his old man's passport as a drawing book. Now the dad stuck in South Korea now because of "unrecognizable documentation" and authorities have warned it is likely he won’t be able to travel home with his son, and the rest of his party.
    The picture was originally posted on social networking site Weibo by the father, known only as Chen, alongside a plea for help.
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