Archive for September 6th, 2017

Tears In The Rain - 2049 Is About To Explode

Tears in the Rain by dandingerozThere have been rumors circulating that blade runner Officer K has been sticking his nose where it doesn't belong and asking way too many questions to be healthy, both of which are offe...

https://www.neatorama.com/2017/09/06/Tears-In-The-Rain-2049-Is-About-To-Explode/

The Most Difficult Way to Play a PC Game

Admit it, as soon as you finished this comic, you looked down to see how dirty your keyboard is, right? Unless you are reading this on a phone, of course. I did, and my keyboard sure needs a cleaning. Funny how someone e...

https://www.neatorama.com/2017/09/06/The-Most-Difficult-Way-to-Play-a-PC-Game/

Sandwina, Woman of Steel

Among the strongmen and strongwomen in traveling shows of the early 20th century, Kate Brumbach stood out as the mighty Sandwina. Her parents were strength performers in circuses, and she took after both of them.Kate&rsq...

https://www.neatorama.com/2017/09/06/Sandwina-Woman-of-Steel/

America’s Sorriest Bus Stop

American cities are designed for cars. As traffic chokes the streets they have, cities urge commuters to take mass transit, yet make little effort to help them do it. For those who ride buses to work or school, the worst...

https://www.neatorama.com/2017/09/06/Americas-Sorriest-Bus-Stop/

Cat Crosses City Street Like a Boss

YouTuber DEOKHEE KIM watched a cat at a busy city intersection in South Korea. The cat patiently waited until the crosswalk light turned green, and then proceeded to cross. What a clever cat!  [https://youtu.be/VVRi...

https://www.neatorama.com/2017/09/06/Cat-Crosses-City-Street-Like-a-Boss/

The Berry Club

It used to be a heck of a lot easier to figure out whether a piece of produce was a fruit or a vegetable, because people were inclined to keep the fruits fruity and the vegetables crisp and veggie.But then some smarty pa...

https://www.neatorama.com/2017/09/06/The-Berry-Club/

Häagen-Dazs Ice Cream Is From the Bronx, So What’s With the Name?

Häagen-Dazs Ice Cream is not named for Häagen, or Dazs, or any person or thing. Polish immigrants Reuben and Rose Mattus founded the company in New York in 1961. Customers can be forgiven for believing the name...

https://www.neatorama.com/2017/09/06/Hagen-Dazs-Ice-Cream-Is-From-the-Bronx-So-Whats-With-the-Name/

Little Gordon Ramsay Is A Real Doll

Gordon Ramsay developed his gruff attitude after growing up in the home of an abusive, alcoholic father, watching his brother struggle with drug abuse and working his way up through some of the toughest kitchens in the w...

https://www.neatorama.com/2017/09/06/Little-Gordon-Ramsay-Is-A-Real-Doll/

Five Curse of Oak Island Theories That Seem The Most Legit

It's been ten years since we first posted about the mysterious Money Pit at Oak Island in Nova Scotia, and its tales of buried pirate treasure.   This legend dates back to centuries ago when a young boy came up...

https://www.neatorama.com/2017/09/06/Five-Curse-of-Oak-Island-Theories-That-Seem-The-Most-Legit/

A Car Repossession Gone Wrong

Nobody likes to have their vehicle repossessed so people are always on the lookout for repo men hitching up rides in their hood, which is a good thing considering there are also many crooks out there posing as repo men....

https://www.neatorama.com/2017/09/06/A-Car-Repossession-Gone-Wrong/

Is There a Clown in this Sewer?

The Lititz Borough (Pennsylvania) Police Department is looking for pranksters -or possibly PR people intent on viral marketing- who left red balloons tied to city storm drain grates. The prank comes just as the new movie...

https://www.neatorama.com/2017/09/06/Is-There-a-Clown-in-this-Sewer/

"Your Breakfast Will Be Legendary, Even In Hell" - Mmmm, Toasty

"Your breakfast will be legendary, even in Hell" by Ed HarringtonThe brave little toaster was once a prized and protected appliance, but ever since he was sold at a yard sale he has been on one hell of an adventure. A...

https://www.neatorama.com/2017/09/06/Your-Breakfast-Will-Be-Legendary-Even-In-Hell-Mmmm-Toasty/

Romantic Gestures That Prove Love Is Blind (And Also Insane)

Love has made us all think and do stupid things, but the level of stupidity is directly affected by our age, mental health, experience with love and number of people in our corner helping us keep a cool head.If the lover...

https://www.neatorama.com/2017/09/06/Romantic-Gestures-That-Prove-Love-Is-Blind-And-Also-Insane/

Who Caused the SL-1 Nuclear Meltdown?

On January 3, 1961, a nuclear meltdown at Stationary Low-Power Plant Number 1 (SL-1) near Idaho Falls, Idaho, killed all three operators at the site: Jack Byrnes, Dick Legg, and Richard McKinley. They are, to this day, t...

https://www.neatorama.com/2017/09/06/Who-Caused-the-SL-1-Nuclear-Meltdown/

Peacock Spiders Dance to "Stayin' Alive"

Peacock spiders perform their mating dance to a disco beat with the Bee Gees' tune "Staying Alive" from the movie Saturday Night Fever. If this doesn't impress those lady spiders, I don't know what will! They no...

https://www.neatorama.com/2017/09/06/Peacock-Spiders-Dance-to-Stayin-Alive/

Fascinating But Totally Pointless Studies

Did you know that North Korea is the second happiest country in the world -according to North Korea? Or that monkeys who scream the loudest tend to have the smallest testicles? There are some studies that reveal nothing...

https://www.neatorama.com/2017/09/06/Fascinating-But-Totally-Pointless-Studies/

Megafloods of the Ice Age

Neatorama is proud to bring you a guest post from history buff and Neatoramanaut WTM, who wishes to remain otherwise anonymous. When the Lewis and Clark Expedition made its way through the Pacific Northwest circ...

https://www.neatorama.com/2017/09/06/megafloods-of-the-ice-age/

The Horse-Riding Librarians of the Great Depression

During the 1930s, unemployment in Appalachia was as high as 40%. Roads were awful or nonexistent, and 31% of the residents of eastern Kentucky were illiterate. The region's needs gave rise to an innovative WPA program to...

https://www.neatorama.com/2017/09/06/The-Horse-Riding-Librarians-of-the-Great-Depression/




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