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Someone is Leaving a ‘Mess’ in Clothes Dryers at Yale University

The press is having a fun time with it, calling the perpetrator ‘the poopetrator’ but Yale University isn’t amused at all. They believed someone has been pooping in clothes dryers at the college. They thought they caught the person but a couple of weeks later they struck again.

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Getty Images, photo by Martin Hunter

Did Mrs. O’Leary’s Cow Really Start the Great Chicago Fire?

The Great Chicago Fire of 1871 was blamed on a cow, probably the most famous cow in history: Mrs. O’Leary’s cow. The fire started in the barn and destroyed 3.5 square miles of the city, killed 120 and left thousands of other homeless. But did the cow start the fire?

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Getty Images, photo by Joe Raedle

Man Has Nail Go Through His Heart and Lives

A self-employed uninsured father of seven was working on a neighbor’s deck when the nail gun he was using kicked back and nailed him in the chest. A three and a half inch nail went through his sternum and into his heart, and he lived!

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Getty Images, photo by David McNew

NBC Plans a Reality T.V. Show with the Prize: A Trip in Space

Richard Branson of Virgin Galactic space travel and producer Mark Burnett have teamed up for a space travel reality show. NBC has picked up the idea of ‘Space Race’, a reality show competition with the prize being a trip to space aboard Space Ship Two.

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Getty Images, photo by Mike Stobe

October 7, 1916, Georgia Tech Beat Cumberland College 222-0

It seems impossible in this day and age to think that a football team could score 222 points in one game but it happened on October 7, 1916 as Georgia Tech beat Cumberland College of Lebanon, Tennessee 222-0. It all started in the spring of 1915 during a baseball game.

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Getty Images, photo by Leon Halip

Randy’s College Football Wrap Up for Week 6

Week six in college football saw all teams in the top 20 win, number 9 Texas A&M was idle this week. The only upset of the week, if you can call it that, was Notre Dame beating number 22 Arizona State 37-34. Number 19 Michigan beat Minnesota as they met for the 100th time and the Wolverines won for the sixth year in a row and held on to the ‘little brown jug’ for another year.

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Getty Images, photo by NASA

Private Space Company Orbital Docks With Space Station

It was a week late arriving at the International Space Station by Orbital Science Corp’s unmanned cargo ship, the Cygnus, docked with the Space Station. The ship should have docked last Sunday following its launch on September 18th but a navigation glitch kept it from docking.

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Getty Images, photo by Brian Kersey

Red Sox Best Record in AL, Pirates Make Playoffs First Time in 21 Years

While the Boston Red Sox have secured home field advantage throughout the playoffs with the best record in baseball this year, the Pittsburgh Pirates have made the playoffs for the first time since 1992. The Pirates clinched the top wild card spot in the National League and will host their first playoff game in 21 years.

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Paul Karason, the Blue Man, Passes Away at 62

Paul Karason appeared on the Today Show in 2008 to talk about a condition that was turning his skin ‘blue’. He became known as the ‘Blue Man’ because of the condition that permanently turned his skin a deep blue.  Some people calle

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Getty Images, photo by Scott Cunningham

Randy’s Week 5 College Football Wrap-Up

Two really big games in week 5 of college football this weekend: Georgia hosting LSU and Wisconsin at Ohio State. Both home teams won. #4 Ohio State remained undefeated with a 31-24 win over #23 Wisconsin and with the win the Buckeyes winning streak is at 17. LSU at #6 and Georg

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