Almost 50 years after man walked on the moon, the “giant leap for mankind” is under the microscope once again - with conspiracy theorists convinced they have proof one of the moon landings was fake. A picture allegedly taken in December 1972 of the final Apollo 17 moon mission has been shared online, and shows what one YouTuber believes is the reflection of a “stagehand” in the helmet of one of the astronauts. The photo, uploaded to YouTube this week by a user named Streetcap1 is entitled “Reflection in a Visor,” and Streetcap1 suggests this casts doubt onto whether the 1972 moon landing, in particular, was staged.
President Donald Trump tweeted Sunday that he shouldn’t have helped orchestrate the release of three college basketball players from a Chinese jail after they were caught shoplifting last week.
Rumors are circulating that the super volcano in Yellowstone National Park will erupt sooner than expected. Scientists say the eruption would blanket most of the U.S. in ash, sending the earth into a volcanic ice age.
Because rattlesnakes are, you know, par for the course in Arizona, former NHL player Jeremy Roenick used what was at hand Sunday when he found one of the varmints in his garage. Deftly wrangling the snake between two golf clubs, he teaches the rattler who’s boss and then grabs it with his hand. As one does, of course. As he is repeatedly reminded by the videographer, he is nuts as he takes the snake and dispatches it over a concrete wall. Battling the animal kingdom is nothing new for Roenick. He tried to wrestle a live alligator during a golf outing a few years ago.
Demi Lovato used the American Music Awards red carpet to make a political statement with her unexpected date. The superstar, who stunned in a black gown, brought Danica Roem with her to the award show as part of GLAAD's Together movement, which calls on communities to unite and speak out in favor of equality.
Jennifer Liepen and Sandy Patch own a $345,000 house in Jersey City that they’ve never lived in - which might not be so unusual, except for the fact that they don’t have any other home. “We’re nomads,” Patch told The Post. “[We’re] moving to where resources are at any given time.” Instead, the married couple moves into a different NYC apartment every week or so. As pet sitters, Liepin, 32, and Patch, 33, crash for free at various clients’ apartments and care for cats and dogs while their owners are out of town. The pair allow themselves a combined weekly budget of just $100. Patch said they have saved “close to $50,000” apartment-hopping for the past two years. “It’s basically like having our
Nov 20, 2017
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