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  • Watch a crazy man go on a rampage in an Apple store, smashing dozens of iPhones and Macs

    What happens if you’re unhappy with Apple’s customer care practices? If you’re the guy in the following video, then you simply take your petanque steel ball to the closest Apple store and start smashing everything you can, whether it’s the newest iPhone on display or a MacBook. MUST SEE:  Yup, now the iPhone 7 is exploding Petanque is a French game of boules where you have to toss steel balls as close as possible to a target. But this unhappy customer played a different game inside an Apple store in Dijon, France. As you’ll see in the following video recorded in the store by a fearless bystander, the entire ordeal was pretty scary. It’s not immediately clear what the person is using to smash the iPhones and cause all that racket, but then we can clearly see the steel ball. The disgruntled Apple customer does explain that Apple refused to reimburse him for some product, according to European law. “So this happens,” he says. Employees and security guards eventually stop him from leaving the mall, even though he does try to make a run for it. It’s likely the man will have to face the consequences of his actions, including paying for the destroyed goods. Check out the entire video below, via iPhonote , complete with the initial mayhem in the store, the ensuing chase, and what sounds like some serious name-calling in French. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W0cUAqpoBso

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  • Donald Trump Is Having a Meltdown

    After a terrible day, the alleged crimes keep piling up. Yesterday was a magical day in politics if you're one of those people that recognizes the clear and present danger that Donald J. Trump represents for the American people. Here are some things that happened JUST YESTERDAY for Donald Trump's campaign: It was discovered by the Washington Post that the Trump Foundation did not have the correct paperwork to legally be a charity and you know, raise money from people. Newsweek reported that Trump's company secretly did business in Cuba in violation of the embargo. The Los Angeles Times reported that Trump told managers at his California golf club to fire hostesses that Trump found unattractive.

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  • Gordon Ramsay: ‘I Got Kicked Out,’ Banned From Attending Parents’ Nights at Daughter’s School

    The next day, the celebrity chef got a message saying that he wasn’t welcome back again. “I received an email saying, ‘Can you please refrain from the next parents evening — we do not need the presence of Mr. Ramsay,” he recalled. In the Vegas magazine interview, the culinary expert also addressed his tenacious personality and foul mouth on camera.

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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.

  • Hiker's dramatic video of two snakes fighting reveals rare sight

    A hiker captures footage of a copperhead grappling with a cottonmouth, perplexing herpetologists in the process.

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  • The 5 Most Dangerous Wolves Preying on Christians

    The most dangerous attacks against Christianity often come from within the Church, not from without. For many believers, it's easy to see through the idolatrous rebellion exhibited by the likes of the new atheists (Richard Dawkins, Sam Harris, et al.), for example. However, errors and flat out heresies that are couched in "Sunday School" language are hard-to-see stumbling blocks for many people. The five people on this list have mastered the art of hijacking Jesus for their rebellious ends. Most of them are very popular with a large following; all of them have had and continue to have a negative influence on Christianity. All five have earned their place in Jesus' warning found in Matthew 7:15

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  • My boyfriend makes $160,000 and I make $80,000 — here's how it affects our relationship

    Several months ago, we polled more than 500 women and found that when it came to dating, heterosexual women were oftentimes coupling off with partners who make significantly more money than them. So we decided to start a series where we asked women with salaries much lower than their partners to share how they deal with money. In part two of our series, we interview Liz, a 30-year-old writer in Brooklyn with a salary of $80,000. Her boyfriend's salary? $160,000. Tell me about your relationship. How long have you two been dating? "I met my boyfriend about five years ago. We met on OkCupid and we've been living together for about a year." How did the two of you handle money in the early stages

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  • Winning grand slams is no longer my priority, says Djokovic

    By Zoran Milosavljevic BELGRADE (Reuters) - Novak Djokovic no longer sees winning grand slam titles or staying top of the men’s ATP rankings as a priority in his tennis career, Serbia’s world number one said on Friday. “I don’t want to think about winning titles and being the number one any more in order to avoid putting pressure on myself,” Djokovic, the winner of 12 major tournaments, told reporters. “I put too much pressure on myself after winning this year’s Roland Garros and I didn’t like it," the 29-year-old added.


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