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No One’s Ever Been Able To Explain These 13 Things. They’ll Give You Cold Chills.

Posted July 4th, 2015 by GuestBlogger001 No Comments »

Whether you are a conspiracy theorist or not, you have to accept that a lot of stuff happens in the world that not many people understand. Below are some of the freakiest incidences that have yet to be properly explained.

Where’s Mulder and Scully when you need them?

The Mysterious Hinterkaifeck Murders: In Germany, 1922, the murders of six people at the Hinterkaifeck farmstead shocked the nation. This wasn’t just because of the gruesome nature of the case, but also because the case was so incredibly weird, and it remains unsolved to this day. Over 100 people were interviewed in the murder, but no one was ever arrested. No motive was ever established as to explain the murders. The previous maid had left 6 months earlier, saying the home was haunted. The new maid arrived only hours before the murders. It is believed that the perpetrator(s) remained at the farm for several days – someone had fed the cattle, and eaten food in the kitchen: the neighbours had also seen smoke from the chimney during the weekend. This photo depicts one of the victims as he lay in the house barn.

The Phoenix Lights: The Phoenix Lights were a series of widely sighted unidentified flying objects, seen by 1000s of people, observed in the skies over Arizona, Nevada in the United States, and Sonora, Mexico on Thursday, March 13, 1997.There were allegedly two distinct events involved in the incident: a triangular formation of lights seen to pass over the state, and a series of stationary lights seen in the Phoenix area. The United States Air Force identified the second group of lights as flares dropped by A-10 Warthog aircraft that were on training exercises at the Barry Goldwater Range in southwest Arizona. The lights were reported to have reappeared in 2007 and 2008, but these events were quickly attributed to (respectively) military flares dropped by fighter aircraft at Luke Air Force Base and flares attached to helium balloons released by a civilian.

Solway Firth Astronaut: Jim Templeton was in a marsh taking photos of his young daughter and after getting them developed there appeared to have been a Spaceman in full astronaut gear standing behind her. Except there wasn’t anyone else around while they were there. Even Kodak verified that it was not tampered with.

The Falling Body: As the Cooper’s move into their new home in Texas, they take a photograph of the family sitting together, but as the photo is taken, a body falls from the ceiling.

Phantom thumb: A group of four kids posing for a picture, however, there appears to be a mysterious thumb next to the kid in black on the right, that does not seem to align with anyone’s body.

Battle of LA: A photo published in the Los Angeles Times on February 26, 1942 has been cited by modern day conspiracy theorists and UFOlogists as evidence of an extra-terrestrial visitation. They assert that the photo clearly shows searchlights focused on an alien spaceship; however, the photo was heavily modified by photo retouching prior to publication, a routine practice in graphic arts of the time intended to improve contrast in black and white photos. Los Angeles Times writer Larry Harnish noted that the retouched photo along with faked newspaper headlines were presented as true historical material in trailers for the film Battle: Los Angeles. Harnish commented, “if the publicity campaign wanted to establish UFO research as nothing but lies and fakery, it couldn’t have done a better job.”

Hessdalen Light: Unusual lights have been reported here since 1940s or earlier. Especially high activity of Hessdalen lights took place from December 1981 until the summer of 1984 when lights were observed 15–20 times per week. The frequency of the lights caused a gathering of numerous tourists staying there overnight to see the phenomenon.[1] Since then, the activity has decreased and now the lights are observed some 10–20 times per year. The Hessdalen light most often is a bright, white or yellow light of unknown origin standing or floating above the ground level. Sometimes the light can be seen for more than one hour. There are several other types of unexplained lights observed in the Hessdalen valley.

The Time Traveler: People believe that this photograph, taken in 1941 at the re-opening of the South Forks Bridge in Gold Bridge, Canada, is depicting a man in seemingly modern dress and style, with a camera that is advanced well beyond its time. The circle on the left illustrates a man with a camera typical to the time-period.

Black Knight Satellite mystery: Legend has it that in orbit around the Earth is a mysterious, dark object which dates back perhaps 13 000 years. Its origin and purpose are inscrutable, dubbed the “Black Knight” this elusive satellite has allegedly been beaming signals towards the Earth and inspected by NASA astronauts yet only a few on Earth officially know of its existence. The origin of the ominous name is part of the enigma; it is impossible to discover who first called it this or indeed why. Humans have only in the last 60 years had the technology to launch a man-made object into space so what is the logical explanation of tales of an alien intruder on our doorstep?

9/11 South Tower Woman: In these two photographs of the gaping hole the plane crashed into the South Tower of of the WTC on 9/11, you can see a woman standing on the edge of the hole waving. Her name is Edna Clinton, and the mystery many people say of these photos is that she actually was a survivor. People inquire how she was able to survive everything that happened at that location, then go on to make it out of the building.

The Skunk Ape: In 2000, two photographs said to be of the Skunk Ape were taken by an anonymous woman and mailed to the Sarasota County, Florida, Sheriff’s Department. The photographs were accompanied by a letter from the woman in which she claims to have photographed an ape in her backyard.

The Madonna with Saint Giovannino and a UFO: This painting is called “The Madonna with Saint Giovannino”. It was painted in the 15th century by Domenico Ghirlandaio (1449-1494) and hangs as part of the Loeser collection in the Palazzo Vecchio. Above Mary’s right shoulder is a disk shaped object. Below is a blow up of this section and a man and his dog can clearly be seen looking up at the object.

The Falcon Lake Incident: The Falcon Lake Incident is a reported unidentified flying object (UFO) encounter near Falcon Lake, Manitoba, Canada claimed to have occurred on May 20, 1967 by Stefan Michalak. He had had taken a short vacation in Whiteshell Provincial Park to prospect veins of quartz near Falcon Lake when he spotted two cigar-shaped objects descending, one of which landed near him. Michelak says he saw a door open and heard voices from inside the object, after which he tried to make contact in English and other languages but got no response. He claims to have burned his hand while attempting to examine “colourful glass” found around the object and seen a grid-like exhaust vent that expelled gas that burned his clothing.

The truth is out there. Share if you want your friends to see something truly eerie for this Halloween.


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22 Retro Diners That Are Definitely Worth A Road Trip

Posted July 4th, 2015 by GuestBlogger001 No Comments »

From coast to coast.

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1. Brent’s Drugs in Jackson, Mississippi

“Definitely recommend the chicken salad sandwich and crinkle fries and their homemade lemonade,” says Coral E. via Yelp.

2. The Arcade Restaurant in Memphis, Tennessee

“I took a hot cup of their sweet, sweet pancake gravy and dipped my crispy pork babies in it,” states Travis S.

3. Steel Trolley Diner in Lisbon, Ohio

“But the BROWN GRAVY was something I dream about tonight as I eat elsewhere,” says Jamie L.

4. Bid Daddy’s Diner in New York City

“The cheeseburger is so satisfying, and everything is served with tater tots,” says Jillie B.

5. Al Mac’s Diner in Fall River, Massachusetts

“The lady next to me had chocolate chip pancakes, that she loved,” according to Chris S.

6. Vic’s Ice Cream in Sacramento, California

“The boo swears this place has the best milkshakes. So I gotta give it the test. I will admit it is pretty damn good,” muses Charmaine S.

7. Martindale Chief Diner in Craryville, New York


“Someone in the kitchen really knows how to work a fryer and griddle. Fried cod is *great*, a huge piece of fish lightly battered and cooked perfectly,” says Josh G.

8. City Diner in San Jose, California

According to Irene S.: “I had their Hawaiian burger with turkey and a side of sweet potato fries—yummy!!!!! My boyfriend and I shared a fudge and mint shake. The fudge in the shake was thick with little pieces of fudge ribbon—wowee!!!!”

9. Dean’s Diner in Blairsville, Pennsylvania

“Very impressed with the food—what a great 1930s vibe in here and pies as big as your head,” says Kansas S.

10. Cindy’s Diner in Fort Wayne, Indiana

“Try the ‘Garbage’ for breakfast,” says Rick S.

11. Summit Diner in Summit, New Jersey

“Just the right amount of egg ooze, Taylor ham crisp, and roll toast. A masterpiece,” sings Dom M.

12. Ozzie’s Diner in Commerce, California

“I rank it as tied for second with Sergio’s Tacos (also in Commerce) taking a back seat only to the menudo at El Picante in Bell Gardens,” according to Jason M.

13. Midvale Mining Cafe in Midvale, Utah

“Always order a scone and smother it in honey butter,” says Jean W.

14. 66 Diner in Albuquerque, New Mexico

“I usually order a basket of fried okra and eat the leftovers cold, because cold fried okra from here is delicious,” advises Riley J.

15. Tick Tock Diner in New York City

An ode by Jason R.:

1. They are reasonably priced
2. The food here is pretty good
3. They have a pretty decent sized menu
4. They will charge your phone as I discovered on 11/14…

16. Rae’s Restaurant in Santa Monica, California

“Also, famous for filming a scene from Quentin Tarantino’s great movie, ‘True Romance’, says Eric B.

17. Rod’s Diner in Ann Arbor, Michigan

“COLLIDERS—enough said! Fro yo blizzard treats with any topping you want??,” exclaims (and questions) Blair R.

18. Lexington Candy Shop in New York City

“They are known for their pancakes. But I don’t really like pancakes, so I didn’t order them,” says Rob B.

19. Pink Cadillac Diner in Natural Bridge, Virginia

“This was interesting. I had to check it out simply because I could,” muses Olive O.

20. Mickey’s Diner in St. Paul, Minnesota

“This s*** is so greasy I literally felt my heart and veins quiver,” Pablo D. says.

21. Miss Florence Diner in Northampton, Massachusetts

“They roast their own young turkeys for sandwiches, which I really appreciate,” states JS.

22. Road Island Diner in Oakley, Utah

Bill B. declares: “If you like history and would like to recall eating in a diner during your youthful days, then a stop at the Road Island Diner in Oakley, Utah might just be ‘your thing’.”

Your road trip awaits.

Eat up!

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Netanyahu To Congress: Deal With Iran All But Guarantees They’ll Get Nuclear Weapons

Posted July 4th, 2015 by GuestBlogger001 No Comments »

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke to a joint session of Congress Tuesday in defiance of the White House, as tensions between the U.S. and Israel escalate over a possible nuclear deal with Iran. President Obama later said the speech didn’t “offer any viable alternatives.”

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu used his highly anticipated speech Tuesday to the U.S. Congress to warn about what he sees are the dangers of a nuclear deal between Iran and the United States.

“(The) deal will not prevent Iran from developing nuclear weapons, it would all but guarantee Iran gets those weapons, lots of them,” Netanyahu said.

“We must now choose between two paths. One path leads to a bad deal that will, at best, curtail Iran’s nuclear ambitions for a while, but it will inexorably lead to a nuclear-armed Iran whose unbridled aggression will inevitably lead to war. The second path, however difficult, could lead to a much better deal that would prevent a nuclear-armed Iran, a nuclearized Middle East, and the horrific consequences of both to all of humanity.”

The address has become a partisan political issue in the U.S. and an increasingly public display of deep disagreements between the Obama administration and Netanyahu over how to address Iran’s nuclear program, as well as the tensions between the White House and the Israeli prime minister.

President Obama later said he read a transcript of the speech and said it “didn’t offer any viable alternatives” and added “there was nothing new.”

Netanyahu touched upon the controversy surrounding his speech, saying, “I know that my speech has been the subject of much controversy. I deeply regret that some perceive my being here as political. That was never my intention.”

Throughout his address, Netanyahu painted a picture of an Iran that is dangerous to Israel and the rest of the world.

“Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei spews the oldest hatred, the oldest hatred of anti-Semitism with the newest technology. He tweets that Israel must be annihilated. He tweets. In Iran there isn’t exactly free Internet, but he tweets in English that Israel must be destroyed,” Netanyahu said.

“The greatest danger facing our world is the marriage of militant Islam with nuclear weapons. To defeat ISIS and let Iran get nuclear weapons would be to win the battle but lose the war. We can’t let that happen,” Netanyahu said to a standing ovation, one of several.

House Speaker John Boehner invited Netanyahu to speak before a joint session of Congress, without informing the White House of the invitation. Obama will not meet with Netanyahu, citing prior practice of not meeting with foreign leaders close to when their country holds elections. Netanyahu is up for election on March 17.

President Obama told Reuters in an interview Monday that Iran must halt its nuclear program for at least a decade if it ever hopes to see sanctions ease.

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Community Post: 28 Recipes To Make In A Bundt Pan This Spring

Posted July 4th, 2015 by GuestBlogger001 No Comments »

Because everything is better baked in a bundt pan.

1. Banana Bundt Cake with Chocolate Glaze

Banana cake in bundt cake form. Could you ask for anything more? Recipe here.

2. Carrot Cake Monkey Bread

Cake for breakfast?? Recipe here.

3. Chocolate Pound Cake

That chocolate though. Recipe here.

4. Lemon Velvet Bundt Cake with Blueberry Cream Cheese Frosting

If this doesn’t scream spring, nothing does. HOLY YUM. Recipe here.

5. Melted Ice Cream Cake

Two Ingredients! Can’t beat it! Recipe here.

6. S’mores Monkey Bread

This is sure to get you out of bed. Recipe here.

7. “Twinkie” Bundt Cake

Who wouldn’t love a giant twinkie? Recipe here.

8. Toffee Pecan Caramel Pound Cake

Moist cake bursting with sweet toffee bits, crunchy pecans, and rich creamy caramel in every bite! Recipe here.

9. Cinnamon Swirl Bundt Cake with Coffee-Caramel Sauce

So much flavor. So much deliciousness. Recipe here.

10. Toffe Vanilla Bean Bundt Cake

Some seriously sticky deliciousness right there. Recipe here.

11. Sticky Bun Monkey Bread

Ooey gooey deliciousness. Recipe here.

12. Tunnel of Fudge Cake

In case you couldn’t tell by the title, there is a tunnel of fudge in the middle of this cake. Recipe here.

13. Jelly Doughnut Bundt Cake

Just like a giant jelly doughnut! Recipe here.

14. Cinnamon Streusel Coffe Bundt Cake

A fun twist on an all-time favorite. Recipe here.

15. Meyer Lemon Bundt Cake with Vanilla Bean Icing

Bursting with lemon flavor. Recipe here.

16. Banana Split Cake

This is one heck of a banana split. Recipe here.

17. Best Ever Chocolate Avocado Bundt Cake

Because bundt cakes are for everyone. Recipe here.

18. Apple Pie Monkey Bread

Chunks of the gooey, cinnamony, appley goodness. Recipe here.

19. Peanut Butter & Chocolate Marble Bundt with Peanut Butter Caramel

A mouthful of deliciousness. Recipe here.

20. Chocolate Sour Cream Bundt Cake

Killing chocolate cravings one bite at a time. Recipe here.

21. Caramel Latte Bundt Cake

Drink your latte and eat it too. Recipe here.

22. Brown Butter Sour Cream Crumb Cake with Roasted Pineapple Sauce

Holy yum. Recipe here.

23. Honey Swirled Coffee Cake

Fluffy, sticky, and bursting with golden honey flavor. Recipe here.

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Jake Tapper alerts T-Mobile CEO to problem involving wife of slain soldier

Posted July 3rd, 2015 by GuestBlogger001 No Comments »

CNN’s Jake Tapper tweeted T-Mobile CEO John Legere about the above problem, and to Legere’s credit, he got right on it:

It didn’t stop there. Legere took responsibility and was embarrassed by the issue:

Tapper and Legere wrapped it up:

Many tweeters were refreshed with a response that didn’t attempt to pass the buck, and were happy with the way Legere took action as well as responsibility:!/Matthops82/status/364436476408238084!/charlie_time/status/364437070242410496!/MuttiNicole/status/364438368115249152

Well done, Mr. Tapper and Mr. Legere!

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Malaysian Artist Shows Us The Benefits Of Playing With Your Food.

Posted July 3rd, 2015 by GuestBlogger001 No Comments »

It’s bad to play with your food, you say? Malaysian artist and photographer Hong Yi would respectfully disagree. When you see her work, you’ll find yourself questioning that long-held belief. 

Yi (or “Red”) developed a 31-day food-based project, creating landscapes, portraits, and more using only food. The parameters were simple: she only allowed herself to use food for the images, and the background had to be a plain white plate. After making the food art, she photographed it for posterity.

Yi photographing one of her creations.

After graduating with a degree in architecture, Yi began creating portraits of famous people using non-traditional media. She then branched out from there. In an interview with designboom, she explains that she keeps herself inspired by trying to “see joy and fun in ordinary, everyday items that I come across, and to paint and create objects as I feel and imagine them, not just as I see them.” Besides learning to work on a small scale (in contract to someone with an architectural background), she became a great cook as a side effect. “I’ve learned to slice, dice, stir, boil… who would have thought I’d need that to do art!”

“I Found Four Dogs in my Oreos!” Day 10, made from Oreos.

Yi says this was actually one of the trickier ones to create.

“Campbell’s Tomato Soup” Day 11, made from ketchup, mayonnaise, mustard and oyster sauce.

There is, in fact, no tomato soup in this creation.

“Giant Squid Attack!” Day 12, made from squid and squid ink.

“Banksy on my Plate!” Day 13, made from nori and apple.

“Arctic Melting,” Day 14, made from melting ice cream pop.

Yi has no shortage of ideas.

This pastoral scene is made out of cucumbers!

This cheerful owl is made from red onions.

This one was created for Valentine’s Day and features grape tomatoes.

The fruit used to create this is, aptly, a dragonfruit.

Yi already created quite a lot of images, and the project appears to be going past its original 31-day span. You can check out her work as it emerges at her Facebook and Instagram accounts, as well as her YouTube channel to see her in action. 

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Are These People Crazy Or Just Misinformed? Hard To Tell These Days…

Posted July 3rd, 2015 by GuestBlogger001 No Comments »

It’s hard to know what to believe nowadays. There are many conflicting accounts and ulterior motives to take into consideration when reading a story online. Its not just a problem for the Internet either, even news broadcasts on TV seem to be reporting on what people WANT to hear.

Shouldn’t they be reporting the facts that people SHOULD hear?

That kind of uncertainty has caused a lot of people grief… and as a result, some absolutely insane conspiracy theories were born.

1.) There’s another planet in our solar system called, “Planet X” that has a weird orbital path that is effecting our climate. It also may crash into us one day.

2.) Bruce Lee was killed by an ancient order of assassins from the Shaolin Temple for threatening to reveal their secrets.

3.) The plane that crashed in Shanksville, PA on 9/11 was shot down by the US Military.

4.) They are slowly making Standard Definition TV look worse so that HD looks that much better.

5.) Yuri Gagarin wasn’t the first person in space, just the first to return to Earth alive.

6.) North Korea was actually the country that carried out the Boston Bombings to celebrate Kim II-Sung’s 101st birthday.

7.) The pyramids are actually proto-technological conductors of electricity.

8.) The American government keeps in Alaska a machine that can control the world’s weather.

9.) Facebook is collecting all of our personal information so it can sell it to the highest bidder, or rule over us through intricate webs of blackmail.

10.) Miley Cyrus and Kanye West are just puppets for Obama.

11.) All the events in the movie Space Jam were real. It is a surprisingly accurate Michael Jordan biopic

12.) The Matrix is real.

13.) A race of ancient aliens gave us nuclear technology, bombed the real India a long time ago.

14.) North Dakota doesn’t exist.

15.) We can breathe in space. They just don’t want us to find out.

16.) Hitler isn’t dead. They castrated him so his voice wouldn’t be recognized.

17.) Fluoride was invented by the government to dumb down the population.

18.) The police somehow conspired to make white t-shirts and baggy pants a popular style to make young black easier to chase in the night.

19.) Venezuelan media outlets claim the devastating Haiti earthquake in 2010 was cause by the US government testing nuclear weapons.

20.) Columbus was wrong. The world is flat.

21.) Malala Yousafzai, the girl who was shot in the head by the Pakistani Taliban, was actually a CIA plant.

22.) Nazis live on the moon.

Wait… some people really don’t think North Dakota exists? I’ve never been there myself, but I have to assume it’s there. Right? … right?!

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