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The 25 Hardest Parts About Living In New Zealand - images

Life is hard in NZ then there is this A great series of images about life in NZ and how hard it is http://wwwbuzzfeedcom/daves4/hardest-parts-about-living-in-new-zealand You understand how devastatingly accurate this map is:

Man has runny nose for 18 months - turns out to be brain fluid

Here is something to think about next time you get a cold A man who thought the runny nose he’d suffered for a year and a half was the result of allergies, has discovered the problem was in fact caused by leaking brain fluid After working his way through a seemingly endless supply of tissues over an 18 month period, Arizona-native Joe Nagy realised his runny nose was getting steadily worse and decided to visit a doctor Having initially blamed the problem on allergies caused by the unp

5yr old shoots 2yr old sister with birthday gift of "My first rifle" Guess the country

Crickett Rifles, the brand of 22-calibre rifles marketed to children as young as four, has virtually disappeared from the web after a five-year-old boy in Kentucky accidentally shot and killed his two-year-old sister with his gun The grandmother is glad it was God's will and not something they did wrong A Kentucky mother stepped outside of her home just for a few minutes, but it was long enough for her 5-year-old son to accidentally shoot and kill his 2-year-old sister with the 22-cali

Student mistook two unproved theorems in statistics for a homework assignment. He solved both within a few days

George Dantzig recounted his feat in a 1986 interview for the College Mathematics Journal It happened because during my first year at Berkeley I arrived late one day at one of [Jerzy] Neyman's classes On the blackboard there were two problems that I assumed had been assigned for homework I copied them down A few days later I apologized to Neyman for taking so long to do the homework, the problems seemed to be a little harder than usual I asked him if he still wanted it He told me t

Someone actually beats the Snake game - video gif

Now this is unique, a Gif of someone actually beating the snake game What can you take from it Someone must have wasted a large part of their life mastering it Mesmerizing [img=500x500]http://iimgurcom/vjl2Ao9gif[/img]

Meanwhile in New Zealand - 33 medical staff diciplined for looking at an X-ray of a man with an eel stuck up his bottom

Thirty-three staff at Auckland City Hospital have been punished for looking at X-rays and information on a man who had an eel stuck up his bottom Staff were sacked, given verbal warnings, written warnings and final written warnings after an investigation found there was no legitimate reason to access the patients records The majority of the privacy breaches were from looking at the man's radiology images on a computer, but some staff also looked at the his blood test results and the disch

Meanwhile in New Zealand - Minister worried that 3D printers will be used to manufacture drugs

Technological illiteracy rears its head when the Customs Minister fears that 3D printers will be used to make illegal products such as drugs Next the Immigration minister will be worried that they might be used to make illegal immigrants, or the finance minister may be concerned that they an be used to make banknotes or coins I look forward to being able to make a real tiger from interweb blueprints Customs Minister Maurice Williamson says he is extremely worried about what 3D printers wi

Meanwhile in Ireland - 3 pothole workmen suspended for repairing a pothole

Three County Cork road workers were returning from a job in Carrigaline, Ireland, when they saw a pothole They stopped and repaired the pothole A Health and Safety worker saw them, and the three men were consequently suspended from their jobs because they had not filed the proper paperwork for this particular pothole before repairing it [quote] Councillor John Mulvihill Snr, a former mayor of Cork, said health and safety was of vital importance He said that in recent times three

Leonardo da Vinci played pranks on people at the Vatican - beware the giant inflatable bullock intestine!

Countless strange myths surround Leonardo da Vinci, ranging from his innovative sleep rhythms, his possible attention deficit disorder, and practice of wearing pink and other vibrant colors to make him look fresh Among Giorgio Vasari's anecdotes about da Vinci's more erratic behavior in Lives of the Artists: On the election of Leo X as pope, da Vinci traveled to Rome as a guest in the Vatican While there, he started playing a series of pranks and practical jokes within the holy confines

Brazilian motorcyclist is a crazy rider - video

This guy will have a short but seemingly happy life, by the way he hurtles through traffic at up to 140kph at the same time seemingly talking non stop [flash=640x360]http://wwwyoutubecom/v/0RFN6lF17LE[/flash]

The depressing realities behind 5 reality TV shows (Funny in a schadenfreude sort of way)

Did you know that almost every Biggest Loser winner has gained back a chunk of the weight he or she lost on the show The worst example is Season 3 winner Eric Chopin Chopin began the show clocking in at 400 pounds, and won after successfully dropping 200 Once the show was over, however, Chopin bounced ahem right back up to 370 pounds like he got stung by Earth's mightiest bee It's like some kind of mummy curse the contestants can't escape #5 No One from The Biggest Loser Can Kee

Dinosaurs had giant fleas, with beaks the size of a syringe

Fossil-hunting scientists are coming to grips with a new discovery that could change forever how we think of dinosaurs What they've found is that dinosaurs may well have been tortured by large, flealike bloodsucking insects Yes, it appears that the greatest predators that ever roamed Earth suffered just as we mammals did — and as we still do Fleas were thought to have evolved along with mammals — they like our soft skins and a diet of warm blood But now scientists in China have disco

Yeti DNA analysed - turns out to be an American bear others were a raccoon and a horse

Yeti believers strike out Over the last three years the Russian Bigfoot, or Yeti, was claimed to be a “towering, long-haired beast roaming the Mount Shoria region of southern Russia” This potential Bigfoot has left clumps of hair in caves that scientists have just now analyzed Professor Bryan Sykes of Oxford’s Wolfson Institute has led a global genetics project to test hair samples from possible Bigfoots and told The Sun what he thought about this Bigfoot DNA: “The hairs did not co

Only in New Zealand - Security van hijacked - driver forced to take men to McDonalds

Forget the money, they just wanted Maccas :- Three young Waitara men with the munchies allegedly abducted a security van driver and forced him to drive them to McDonalds for a feed, police say They approached the 20-year-old driver of the Armourguard van on High St West in Waitara at 1am yesterday, demanding he drive them to McDonalds Family Restaurant in New Plymouth for a feed and take them home again "He did as he was told The motive is unknown at this point," said the head of

Was Hillary Clinton injured and a SEAL Commander killed in a plane accident in Iran? - latest conspiracy theory

That's the premise of a new theory doing the round of the press on the net at present The big question is why a secret meeting, when such meetings seem to be common place, why was she on a small plane anyway, and why not make public the accident if it occurred Creative BS I think, but well written non the less A new Foreign Military Intelligence GRU report circulating in the Kremlin today is saying that United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was injured, and a top US Nav
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