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We don’t often get political here on the Friday Fun Blog, but the United States Presidential Election has been a total circus, and now a bunch of clowns are spilling out of the VW Bug and are making silly balloon animals with their words. That includes Marco Gutierrez, the founder of the very confusing “Latinos for Trump” group, whom appeared on MSNBC and threatened that if Hillary Clinton becomes president, there will be “taco trucks on every corner” like that isn’t the most delicious outcome possible.
Tacos for all AND no Donald Trump? Sign. Me. Up.
Obligatory Space Post of the Week: The “dark twin” of the super-bright Milky Way Galaxy has been discovered 300 million light-years away. How do they know it’s the “dark twin”? It has a goatee.
Speaking of different galaxies, maybe this supposed extraterrestrial that was observed at a gas station in Peru is from our “dark twin galaxy”—or maybe it’s a balloon. For real though, if you love conspiracy theories and the paranormal, there’s no better way to get your fix than by listening to Coast to Coast AM.
I mean, who doesn’t want to listen to crazy people call in to an overnight AM radio show and yell about lizard people?
This tiny puppy was woken up from a nap to get his first taste of steak. This is how I want to be woken up from now on (Via Mashable):
Rocks in Greenland may contain the very earliest evidence of how life was formed BILLIONS of years ago on Earth.
Technology has allowed us to create weapons that use things like lasers, sound, and even air to harm enemies…or their fortresses made of boxes. If you’re looking to take down a child’s fort, or blow out a candle from a long distance, this is the weapon for you.
Here’s a bunch of guys dressed like Medieval knights beating the 14th century out of each other (Via Sploid):
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