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Wednesday, March 15, 2017

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Today in History

44 BC
Julius Caesar is assassinated by high-ranking Roman Senators.
Henry the Fowler routs the raiding Magyars at Merseburg, Germany.
Christopher Columbus returns to Spain after his first voyage to the New World.
In command of two frigates, the Frenchman la Perouse sails east from Botany Bay for the last lap of his voyage around the world.
Maine is admitted as the 23rd state.
General John Hunt Morgan begins four days of raids near the city of Gallatin, Tenn.
The Red River Campaign begins as the Union forces reach Alexandria, La.
New York State unveils the new automatic ballot voting machine.
Bone Mizell, the famed cowboy of Florida, appears before a judge for altering cattle brands.
The British complete the conquest of Nigeria.
Three hundred Russians are killed as the Japanese shell Port Arthur in Korea.
Italy proposes a European conference on the Balkans.
General John Pershing and his 15,000 troops chase Pancho Villa into Mexico.
Henry Ford restores the $5-a-day wage.
Joseph Goebbels, German Minister of Propaganda bans four Berlin newspapers.
Germany occupies Bohemia and Moravia, Czechoslovakia.
Cassino, Italy is destroyed by Allied bombing.
Almost four years after the end of World War II, clothes rationing in Great Britain ends.
French General de Lattre demands that Paris send him more troops for the fight in Indochina.
The U.S. Air Force unveils the first self-guided missile.
The first performance of My Fair Lady, starring Julie Andrews and Rex Harrison, takes place on Broadway.
Ten nations meet in Geneva to discuss disarmament.
Gamal Abdel Nasser is re-elected Egyptian President.
President Lyndon Johnson names Ellsworth Bunker as the new ambassador to Saigon. Bunker replaces Lodge.
The U.S. mint halts the practice of buying and selling gold.
Four Los Angeles police are charged in the beating of Rodney King.

California introduces nation's first 'free college' program

Reasons Why You’ve Got A Pins-And-Needles Sensation In Your Hands And Feet

Different Pillows For 'Side Sleepers' and 'Back Sleepers'

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Are Different Pillows For 'Side Sleepers' and 'Back Sleepers' B.S.?
What you need to know before hitting up Bed Bath & Beyond.

You Should Always Shower Before Going to Bed

Shower before bed

How To Live On A Boat Without Leaving The City

Living on a boat is a dream shared by very few people, since the accommodations are tight, the amenities are few and the comforts of home are lacking, but it does beat sleeping on the streets.However, if you've always dreamed of living that boat life then it may surprise you to hear that you can actually live on a boat without leaving the city- and it may be cheaper than renting.
But before you stop homing or apartmenting and start boating you need to find out a few things, firstly whether you have access to slips or moorings or both, and whether it's legal to live-aboard in your city.Docks are expensive but they often have electricity and water hookups, and access to bathrooms and showers and such, while moorings are cheap but leave you far from shore.
Once you figure out the legality and location of your boat life adventure you have to decide one more thing- whether to rent or buy a boat.There are many boat owners out there who are willing to rent out their docked boats to tenants, but your new boat lord may cut your life at sea short if they choose to evict. On the other hand buying a new floating home can cost you some serious coin...

$2.2 Million Bugatti Yacht Is Perfect For Supervillains

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​This $2.2 Million Bugatti Yacht Is Perfect For Supervillains
In the Niniette, you can sit in the jacuzzi or beside the fire pit while plotting world domination.

Women Share What It’s Really Like To Be Fired

laid off women share their stories
7 Women Share What It’s Really Like To Be Fired
Some of them kinda deserved it…

Stripper sues club owner

McCrory Can’t Find A Job Because Of His Controversial ‘Bathroom Law’

Pat McCrory Can’t Find A Job Because Of His Controversial ‘Bathroom Law’


Exposing the Nefarious Project to Make 'Christian' Converts in America's Prisons

U.S. Citizens Now Being Forced to Provide Their Social Media Passwords Upon Return to U.S.

Obscene Justification for Dismissal of Palestinian Teacher's Discrimination Lawsuit

The Man Who Was Godzilla

Haruo Nakajima was an actor and stunt man in Japan when he was tapped to play a new movie monster called Godzilla. It wasn't clear what the monster would be like, or how difficult making that movie would be. But Nakajima made the role his own, and ended up in a dozen Godzilla movies. Now 87 years old, he is quite proud of the work.
And what a lot of work it was! Nakajima tell us what it was like to play Godzilla in this video from Great Big Story.

What's The Most Difficult Place To Get To In the World?

The world is getting more and more accessible, but there are still places that are difficult to get to. The reasons are varied: rough terrain, difficult or dangerous conditions, politics, lack of facilities, and just plain distance.
Some places are doable, but the trouble and expense mean it's not really worth it. RealLifeLore explains the reasons no one -or hardly anyone- goes to these places.

Arctic ice loss driven by natural swings, not just mankind

Are these the oldest-known plants?

Trilobite Eggs

Fossilized trilobite eggs discovered.

Animal Pictures