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Things are heating up at Yellowstone National Park in two ways. Above normal temperatures above ground with the combination of underground heat from the parks super volcano, have combined to melt a road.
The 85th Major League Baseball All-Star game will be played at Target Field in Minneapolis on Tuesday, July 15th. Here are some things you may not know about the All-Star game. The first game was played on July 6. 1933 in Chicago and Babe Ruth was the first player to hit a home run in All-Star game history.
A man in Hempstead, New York found a severed arm on his front lawn on Wednesday afternoon. He said he smelled something earlier in the day but thought it was garbage. When he saw the arm, he almost passed out.
Keith Urban premiered a hologram show in Sydney, Australia. Fans had to take a double take to make sure it was Keith himself. Fans even got the opportunity to sing along side Keith’s hologram. Here it is:
The home of the Minnesota Twins, Target Field, will host the All Star game on July 15th, Target Field is also the home of Major League Baseball’s first beer vending machine. It’s called DraftServe and there is only one on site but a second will be added by the time the All Star game is played.
Well guys, I hate to burst your ego, but a new survey shows, when a man hits 39 years of age, he becomes invisible to younger women. It’s not the case in all younger women, if you manage to stay fit and healthy and look like George Clooney, but 39 seems to be the cutoff age.
All humans fear something, some fear spiders, some snakes, some darkness and some speaking in public. There is one thing that ALL humans fear, it is the fear of something or someone moving closer to us. The study was done at the University of Chicago and they found humans fear things moving closer rather than away.
On July 8th, 1776, the Liberty Bell (not called that at the time) was rung to celebrate the first reading of the Declaration of Independence. At that time the bell didn’t have its famous crack, at least not that bell. That was the second bell to be shipped to America.
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