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So, parents, what have you done recently for your children?

Did you get your son Minecraft for his birthday? Gift your child with a puppy? Not bad.

But now consider this: According to The Washington Post, Virginia native Jeremiah Heaton recently researched the Internet in search of an unowned piece of land.

And he succeeded, coming across an 800-square-mile desert patch near the border of Egypt and Sudan.

Jeremiah Heaton Picture

Heaton subsequently obtained permission from Egyptian authorities to travel to the locale and was actually welcomed there by the local residents, who refers to the area as Bir Tawil.

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Nyjah Cousar, the girl who accidentally sent her dad a nude photo and setting off an exchange that went viral, is trying to parlay this a reality show, naturally.

Naked Photo Fail!
This daughter sent a naked selfie to the wrong person: her father!

She says that since the nude picture and her father's irate reaction hit the web, Hollywood's been blowing up her phone and she's all ears.

Probably while naked or darn close.

Nyjah is reportedly set on capitalizing on the humiliation of her father with a reality show featuring her entire family (yes, daddy dearest included).

The college student says publicists and managers have reached out to her, and once she signs with one, they will pitch the show to MTV and BET execs.

Based on his reaction (and she posted on Instagram, obviously) to receiving Nyjah's nudie shot, one has to wonder how dad would feel about that ...

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Move over, Florida Man.

Florida Woman has some impressively unique news to make.

WPTV reports that a middle school teacher named Courtney Spruill has been suspended for 15 days because she brought vodka to a party in April for the girls soccer team.

The coach of that team (and a History/Physical Education teacher), Spruill reportedly pulled a Miley Cyrus at the shindig, Twerking up a storm and giving out some Twerking lessons.

She also received a lap dance from a student.

Spruill also drove a student home from the party, with witnesses saying the adult appeared to be drunk at the time.

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Nicole Kelly of Queens, N.Y., is accused of smothering her 11-month-old baby because she "didn’t want him anymore," then giving him a fond Facebook farewell.

Investigators say Kelly told them she had "reached her breaking point" and didn't want her 11-month old boy anymore. And so, she did what she felt she had to.

Police say she wrapped Kiam Felix, Jr. in a sheet last Sunday so he could no longer breathe, then took a shower and methodically got rid of all her baby's things.

Perhaps feeling nostalgic, if not remorseful, Kelly also apparently posted a picture of the baby on her Facebook page with the caption "R.I.P. Tinkabutt."

According to the New York Post and PIX11, that post featured a photo of the baby's dead body; the page has since been taken down from Facebook.

Investigators haven't confirmed or denied the existence of any such photo, but the Post says that, in another Facebook post, Kelly expressed regret:

"Missing my baby boy so much wish there was some way I could bring him back to life I feel horrible knowing he passed away," she allegedly wrote.

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We have an update on the unexpected death of Matt Bendik.

As previously reported, the 35-year old nightclub owner and boyfriend of Glee actress Becca Tobin was found dead by a housekeeper in his Philadelphia hotel room yesterday.

According to TMZ sources, many questions remain regarding what happened to Bendik, but local police are labeling the passing as “sudden.”

They say his body was found face down around 1 p.m and that no foul play is suspected.

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Can't a kid just celebrate the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and eat his fries in peace?

Apparently not. Not The Tavern at Phipps in Atlanta.

Local news reports confirm that a four-year old named Lewis Roberts was recently kicked out of this establishment because he violated its “Gentlemen's Dress Code” by wearing the following shirt without sleeves.

Dress Code Breaker!

According to 11Alive, the family asked to speak to the manager in order to explain that their son is, you know, four years old.

But the manager upheld the hostess' demand, forcing Lewis and his parents to make their way off the premises.

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The tag line of artist Saint Hoax's awareness and prevention campaign for domestic violence asks, "When did he stop treating you like a princess?"

It's a fair question, and the "Happy Never After" campaign - which urges victims of domestic abuse to report their attackers - doesn't stop there:

The likenesses of Disney princesses, shown bruised and battered, are utilized to drive the point home. Quite deliberately, the images are shocking.

Battered Ariel
This battered Ariel poster is one of several by Saint Hoax, in a campaign to raise awareness about and prevent domestic violence.

"Disney princess are perceived as ideal females," Hoax said. "They belong to a fairytale land where happy ever afters are bound to happen."

"But what happens after the happy ever after?"

The posters jarringly and brutally tie the disturbing topic of domestic violence to characters who played a large part in many women's childhoods.

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Friends, neighbors and the entire community of Marietta, Ga., were stunned by the death of a 22-month-old toddler who perished in a hot car last month.

The shock was amplified tenfold when father Justin Ross Harris, 33, known to friends as Ross and a web developer for Home Depot, was charged with murder.

He earned $61,200 per year and hoped to advance in the company; wife Leanna Harris, 30, was a licensed dietitian who often worked out of her home.

The family had all the signs of an upwardly mobile middle-class family: a nice home, newer cars, computers and cell phones, even a small dog.

That image was shattered when their son Cooper died in a hot car on June 18, leading to Justin Ross Harris arrest for murder and child cruelty.

Ross allegedly sent explicit texts to women as his son lay dying, took out an insurance policy on the boy and searched the web for info on suffocation in a hot car.

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In a story that sounds like a plot line from Breaking Bad, police have charged a prostitute with manslaughter in the heroin overdose death of a Google executive.

Forrest Hayes, 51, and Alix Catherine Tichelman met on SeekingArrangement (dot) com, a quasi-dating site "for sugar daddies and sugar babies" ... seriously.

"Seeking mutually beneficial relationships and arrangements," they had an ongoing relationship, police say, until she gave him heroin and watched him die.

According to officials, this was the mark of a cold-blooded killer, or at least one who felt zero remorse or need to do something after a tragedy happened.

Alix Tichelman, 26, gave Hayes heroin, watched him OD, grabbed her stuff, finished a glass of wine, lowered blinds to hide the body and left, police say.

Hayes reportedly worked on projects such as Google Glass and driverless cars. He leaves behind a wife and five children to grapple with his undoing.

Police are investigating Tichelman's involvement in a similar death in a different state.

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Carleigh O'Connell is our new hero.

The 14-year old was recently on the receiving end of bullying from her classmates, who spray-painted “Carleigh’s Ass” on a cement block for the entire town to see.

Did Carleigh let the graffiti get her down? Did she respond to it by holing up in her room? No, quite the opposite:

Carleigh snapped a photo while posing proudly with the graffiti, posting the picture on Facebook and asking her mom to do the same.

Awesome Facebook Response

"[Carleigh] decided that she was going to be stronger than hurtful words on the concrete and that she was going to be proud of her figure," the teen's mom wrote on Facebook.

"She also told me that she feels complete sympathy for the teenagers across the country who face this everyday."

"She understands and wants all of them to find strength inside to rise above the nastiness and be empowered by who you are, how you are made and what is in your heart."

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