• French guy calmly destroys everything in Apple Store with steel ball

    Everyone sometimes gets annoyed at customer support, but this guy is taking it a bit too far during his visit to the Apple Store in Dijon, France. This morning, the disgruntled customer walked in and started destroying various products with a steel ball of the kind that’s used in the classic French game Pétanque. If you’ve ever played the game, you know they’re very heavy. Do business with 5,000 people Momentum by TNW is our New York technology event for anyone interested in helping their company grow. In the video above, you can see him calmly undocking iPhones, iPod Touches and a MacBook Air, laying them flat on the table and crushing the screens with a barrage of firm smashes. He is heard

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  • Two Minnesota Sisters Found Dead on Vacation in the Seychelles

    Two Minnesota sisters were found dead in their resort villa while on vacation in Seychelles, an archipelago more than 900 miles off Africa’s east coast. Robin Korkki, 42, and Annie Korkki, 38, were found unresponsive in their hotel beds, according to authorities. Hotel staff saw the women consuming alcohol throughout the day on Sept. 22 and were helped to their room around 8:15 p.m., according to the local newspaper Seychelles Nation.Medication was found in their hotel room, although police did not disclose the names.

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  • Trump Pleaded The Fifth 97 Times To Avoid Admitting To Adultery

    Following Trump’s disappointing debate performance Monday night, he said he deserved credit for not attacking his Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton, over her husband’s infidelity. His advisers and campaign surrogates fanned out across the airwaves to make the same case. Campaign manager Kellyanne Conway said Trump was “polite and a gentleman” because he did not follow through on his threat to seat Gennifer Flowers, a former girlfriend of Bill Clinton, in the front row at the debate. Rudy Giuliani, one of Trump’s closest advisers, said Hillary Clinton was “too stupid to be president” if she hadn’t realized all along that Monica Lewinsky, a White House intern, was telling the truth. As mayor of

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  • Carnegie Deli will close at end of 2016

    The Carnegie Deli, a New York institution since 1937, will soon serve its last “Woody Allen.” The iconic home to gigantic Jewish-style sandwiches - like the 4-inch-high, pastrami-and-corned beef “Woody” on rye - will close its doors forever on Dec. 31, The Post has learned. Restaurant owner Marian Harper Levine tearfully broke the news to 60 heartbroken employees on Friday morning. Levine, 65, said, “At this stage of my life, the early mornings to late nights have taken a toll, along with my sleepless nights and grueling hours that come with operating a restaurant business.” “I’m very sad to close the Carnegie Deli but I’ve reached the time of my life when I need to take a step back,” Levine

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  • 9-Year-Old Boy Graduates High School and Starts College, Wants to Become Astrophysicist: 'I Want to Prove That God Does Exist'

    At 9 years old, William Maillis is like a lot of other boys his age, enjoying video games, knock-knock jokes, sports and hanging out with friends. In May, he graduated from high school and is now a college student already working on his own theories of how the universe was created. William, who lives in Penn Township, Pennsylvania, is among the youngest people ever to attend college.

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  • Tennessee Republican legislators tearing each other apart

    The 20th century social and political commentator and comedian Will Rogers said it very well: “The taxpayers are sending congressmen on expensive trips abroad. It might be worth it except they keep coming back.” With a little rephrasing, his observation is a valid one now. It seems our donor class is inviting legislators on trips, but they always bring them back to Tennessee. We benefit from reading about how our legislators "learn the nuances" of the issues that may - or will - come before them, but it would be better if these disclosures were made to voters in the normal and open conducting of the people’s business and not years after as part of investigations and smear campaigns. Spite flares

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  • The 1 Thing You Should Try Adding to Your Scrambled Eggs

    Some people add milk to their scrambled eggs, some prefer heavy cream, and some scramble them in bacon fat. Even if you think you've tried it all, there's one sneaky ingredient you might not have added before, and that's worcestershire sauce. I found this idea in a Facebook comment on our post about how chefs scramble eggs, and I knew I wanted to try it myself because I'm a huge fan of the incredibly savory condiment. The sauce, which is typically used for steak and Bloody Marys, is made of anchovies (yes, really), garlic, vinegar, molasses, salt, onions, chili peppers, and other spices. So how does it taste in scrambled eggs? It's interesting, but in a good way - I totally approve. I recommend

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  • Yet Another Woman Is Attacked After Trying to Ignore Catcallers

    Pagan-Lilley Motlagh-Phillips, who was attacked by a man who couldn’t bear to be ignored. Motlagh-Phillips says that she ignored the men, opting not to respond, but her silence further angered the driver, and according to her he demanded a response. Motlagh-Phillips said the man then drove down the road only to come back up toward them.

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  • Warplanes pound Aleppo - Dozens dead

    The United States threatened Wednesday to suspend its engagement with Russia over the conflict in Syria following escalating attacks on rebel-held parts of Aleppo city, including strikes on two hospitals. UN chief Ban Ki-moon denounced the attacks - which saw the two largest hospitals in Aleppo’s opposition-controlled east hit with air strikes and artillery fire - as “war crimes”. President Bashar al-Assad’s forces and his ally Moscow have carried out a barrage of air strikes on eastern Aleppo since Syria’s regime announced a bid last week to retake all of the divided city. Dozens of civilians have been killed, residential buildings have been reduced to rubble and residents of eastern districts - already suffering under a government siege - are facing severe shortages of food and medical supplies. The latest bombardment has been some of the worst in Syria’s five-year civil war, and comes after the failure of a short-lived ceasefire brokered by Russia and the United States earlier this month. Moscow and Washington have traded blame over the truce’s collapse, with stinging US criticism of Russia’s participation in the Aleppo offensive. On Wednesday, US Secretary of State John Kerry warned Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov that Washington will end talks on the Syrian conflict unless Moscow halts the assault on Aleppo. Kerry said the burden was on Russia to stop the assault and ensure humanitarian aid access, his spokesman John Kirby said. “The United States is making preparations to suspend US-Russia bilateral engagement on Syria… unless Russia takes immediate steps to end the assault on Aleppo and restore the cessation of hostilities,” Kirby said. (AFP) See more news-related photo galleries and follow us on Yahoo News Photo Tumblr.

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