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News, comics and other curiosities, lovingly updated for you throughout the day.Thursday, August 16, 2018
Time for School! • 5 minutes ago
It's time for homework, books, and teachers' dirty looks again! Parents, may your children's back-to-school experiences be as happy and trouble-free as possible.
Lost and Found • about 1 hour ago
A teenager in the United Kingdom thought she lost her contact lens. Twenty-eight years later, she finds it stuck inside her eyelid, according to CBS News. It could have been worse. It could have been much, much worse.
Los Angeles First U.S. City to Install Body Scanners on Subway • about 2 hours ago
High-tech scanners are being tested in Los Angeles subway stations, according to CNN. The scanners will detect objects that are blocking your natural body waves, and they’re meant to detect any concealed weapons or explosives. The scanners will not display any anatomical details, but there are other ways to flirt with whoever’s manning the software that day.
A Problem With Poop • about 13 hours ago
San Francisco, one of the country's most beautiful and expensive places to live, has created a "poop patrol" due to thousands of reports of feces on the city's sidewalks and streets. And, wouldn't it be nice and almost quaint if this was just about people not cleaning up after their dogs' poop? But 'Frisco has a nastier problem than that.
A New Girl Scout Cookie • about 14 hours ago
The #1 thing that will blow your mind? The Girl Scouts are adding a Caramel Chocolate Chip cookie to their arsenal in January, and it's gluten-free. Just try to resist!
Remembering Woodstock • about 17 hours ago
Today's the 49th anniversary of Woodstock, and do you want to hear something trippy? The Peanuts character Woodstock first appeared in the strip in 1967, more than two years before the rock festival. It wasn't until 1970 that Charles Schulz decided to name the little bird "Woodstock," in homage to the famous three-day show. Far out, man.