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Tired of taking anywhere nearly a minute-and-a-half to clean your teeth every morning and night? Let's face it: We all are.

Fortunately, the Blizzident toothbrush now exists.

Costing a mere $299, this invention looks a lot like a mouth guard with bristles… but it lasts for a year and it can allegedly get the cleaning job done in six seconds. Yes, six seconds!

Spokesman Chris Martin claims the Blizzident makes brushing your teeth "as easy as biting into an apple."

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Some people steal cats when they're drunk.

Others believe that pieces of currency are actually their cell phone.

A man passed out on a bench was arrested for public intoxication by Iowa City Police in Minnesota around 2:30 a.m. Saturday after they smelled alcohol on his breath and requested identification.

First, Deaaron M. Hearn responded by offering the cops some cash. Then, when they gave him a chance to call a friend and be taken home, he placed a $20 bill to his ear and attempted to talk into it.

Hearn was taken into custody after blowing a .178 on a preliminary breathalyzer.

And somewhere even Amanda Bynes laughed at such a crazy move.

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For many military families, the birth of a child is something the woman must go through on her own while the man is deployed, serving the U.S. around the world.

Not in this case. Justin Bradley made it home with minutes to spare.

The airman in the U.S. Air Force didn't want his partner to be alone even if her birth plan didn't include him in it. So he made his way back to surprise her.

As she went into labor, his wife had no idea he was en route.

Twenty-three hours of labor later, Justin walked in just before their first child was born. Her reaction is one of shock, gratitude and overwhelming joy:

Now that's one moment the two of them will never, ever forget, and thanks to the video footage, their little one will get to experience it as well one day.

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Curvy Girl Lingerie is in the running to win a free television commercial at this year's Super Bowl as part of Intuit’s Small Business Big Game contest.


Curvy Girl, along with thousands of other small businesses, is currently vying for online votes to make it into the top 20 and, eventually, the winning slot.

The lingerie company's main competitor at the moment is NORML, a marijuana advocacy group, according to Curvy Girls owner Chrystal Bougon.

"No matter how you feel about marijuana, there's just a higher percentage of game viewers that resonate with sexy, confident women," she said in a statement.

"We think our message will resonate with more of the Super Bowl's audience."

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East Africa's Lake Natron is so inhospitable to most wildlife that it will literally turn birds and other creatures to stone if they happen to fall into its waters.


The lake's steeply alkaline waters are a graveyard for thousands of small birds, as wildlife photographer Nick Brandt documented in a series of photographs.

Lake Natron is usually a toasty 80 degrees Fahrenheit and blood-red from bacteria, the only living things that can easily survive its deadly alkalinity.

Lately, it's earned a reputation for washing up the bodies of small animals on its shores, each well preserved and wrapped in a delicate crusty shroud.

"I unexpectedly found the creatures - all manner of birds and bats - washed up along the shoreline of Lake Natron in Northern Tanzania," Brandt said.

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An unnamed grandfather recently penned a letter to his daughter, criticizing her for the homophobia that apparently led her to disown his gay grandson.

The letter has since gone viral after FCKH8, the gay rights group that first obtained the note, shared it on Facebook and captioned it simply, "Go Grandpa!"

The group says they "were blown away by how this guy stands by his grandson and stands up against his own homophobic daughter. This is real love!"

The letter came in response to the "hurtful, narrow-minded and backwards" daughter, who had kicked her son out of the house after learning he was gay.

This isn't the first letter to make the online rounds after someone came out as gay, but is particularly moving coming from a grandpa raised in another era.

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Bigfoot is totally alive and out there.

So concludes research done by the Sasquatch Genome Project, which spent five yeas and $500,000 on collecting evidence to show the world that this legendary monster is really roaming the Earth.

The team shared what it billed as "never before seen HD video" at a news conference in Dallas Tuesday, with businessman backer Adrian Erickson telling a local CBS affiliate:

“People have chosen not to believe it," Erickson told CBS Dallas-Fort Worth.

"They can’t find it in their minds to think these things exist.”

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Michael Jackson's family has lost its bid to hold AEG Live accountable for the singer's death 2009. A jury sided with the concert promoter on Wednesday. Why?

The jury ruled AEG Live did hire Dr. Conrad Murray, which was key for the family, but the jury then ruled Conrad Murray was NOT unfit or incompetent.

Game over.

The issue that ultimately torpedoed Katherine Jackson's case was whether Murray was competent to treat MJ when he was hired. The jury said he was.

It's an interesting finding, as Murray was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter in criminal court for going rogue and doing things that killed Jackson.

Because he was competent at the onset, however, and because AEG's responsibility for his actions as well as Jackson's is limited, the family lost.

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U.S. law enforcement authorities raided and have have shut down the online drug and criminal activity marketplace Silk Road, according to reports.

The FBI arrested Silk Road owner Ross William Ulbricht, 29, also known as "Dread Pirate Roberts," in California on Tuesday, court filings indicate.

Silk Road Grab

Federal prosecutors in New York charged Ulbricht with narcotics trafficking conspiracy, computer hacking conspiracy and money laundering conspiracy.

"Silk Road has emerged as the most sophisticated and extensive criminal marketplace on the Internet today," FBI agent Christopher Tarbell said.

According to Tarbell, the site was used by "several thousand drug dealers" to buy and sell "hundreds of kilograms of illegal drugs" among other items.

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This is one of the stranger stories you'll ever read:

A two-year old boy in China was forced into emergency surgery this week after physicians discovered that his unborn, parasitic twin brother's fetus was actually growing inside his belly.

The child's stomach had grown so enlarged that he had trouble breathing, prompting his parents to take him to the emergency room and doctors to conduct an MRI that revealed the shocking undeveloped fetus.

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