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Town Hides License Plate Readers In Cacti

May 28th, 2015 | by

The cacti look a little different in Paradise Valley, Arizona. A wealthy Phoenix suburb, Paradise Valley has installing a slew of their new license plate readers everywhere, even going as far a mounting them inside of fake cactuses. What’s weird, weirder than the fact that…

IRS Thieves Steal Thousands’ Tax Info

May 27th, 2015 | by

A group of unidentified criminals have hacked an online service run by the IRS, accessing the personal tax information of more than 100,000 taxpayers. The IRS said the hack was a part of an complex plan to steal identities and claim fraudulent tax records. “Get…

Oil Spill in CA Worse Than Expected

Oil Spill in California

May 25th, 2015 | by

On Tuesday, a nine mile strip of coastline in Santa Barbara saw an environmentally devastating oil spill. While many believed the spill to be fairly horrible, it turns out the event is worse than expected. Officials are now saying that about 105,000 gallons of crude…

Amazing Things From the NYC FAO Schwarz

May 16th, 2015 | by

The famed FAO Schwarz toy store on Fifth Avenue in New York City is closing down after more than a century of business. Here’s a little look back at the many amazing things that have been found all around this amazing store. As featured in…

BBQ Restaurant Follows Through On White Appreciation Day

May 12th, 2015 | by

The Rubbin Buttz BBQ resturant in Milliken, Colorado, town located outside Greeley, went through with a controversial promotion on Monday called White Appreciation Day. The promotion offered 10 percent discounts to white customers that day. This promotion went through in spite of various criticisms made…

Big-Name Stars Found To Be Big Water-Wasters In California

May 11th, 2015 | by

The current California drought is the word in the state’s history. It is estimated that the state will have about a year’s worth of drinking water at the end of the year. People are now being fined $100 for every instance of wasting water. However,…