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  1. 30 minutes ago on Ripley's Believe It or Not

    Not the only ice truck ever made.

    https://www.guideautoweb.com/en/articles/23485/canadian-tire-builds-ice-truck-that-runs/

  2. 3 days ago on Ripley's Believe It or Not

    Maybe RBION finally realizes that they can’t compete with jasonsnakelover.

  3. 4 days ago on Ripley's Believe It or Not

    I guess if you find a restaurant full of dummies creepy, then I assume you have never gone to a restaurant at all. Or are you referring strictly to the mannequin type?

  4. 9 days ago on Ripley's Believe It or Not

    I remember reading once that it is because of this extermination, it is now very rare to find a solid black cat. Most black cats have some kind of white fur patch somewhere on their body. To find a cat that is pure black from head to tail is very difficult. I’ve owned a few cats during my lifetime and only a couple were black and only one of those was pure black. He was the most intelligent, cunning and mischievous cat I had ever met, to the level of scary smart. He definitely kept us on our toes.

  5. 10 days ago on For Better or For Worse

    As someone already pointed out, the rear doors on cars have a “Child lock” that, when engaged, will stop the doors from being opened from the inside. It is a safety feature to make sure a young child does not accidentally, or on purpose, open the door while the car is in motion (and the doors are locked). If you turn off the engine, you can still roll the electric windows down or up for a few moments, but then they won’t work until the engine is turned back on. As for the door locks, unless the “child lock” is engaged, pulling on the door handle will automatically unlock the door and allow it to open from the inside, regardless if the engine is on or not.

  6. 12 days ago on Ripley's Believe It or Not

    So, does that make Jay Leno a cannibal? ☺

    (Waits patiently for joke to sink in)

  7. 18 days ago on Ripley's Believe It or Not

    So, if you are in a Columbian hospital and they start to put the sides up on your bed…be afraid, be very afraid!!!

  8. 22 days ago on Ripley's Believe It or Not

    Don’t worry about fixing that light. It seems that it is not possible to read text in a dream anyway. It has something to do with certain parts of the brain, which are involved in interpreting language, aren’t as active when we are dreaming.

    "Scientists and dream experts believe that reading, writing, and most aspects of language are nearly impossible to use while dreaming. Your brain is still relatively functional while you sleep but certain parts are far less active. Broca’s area and Wernicke’s area, for instance, two parts of the brain responsible for interpreting language, show significantly less activity while you dream. Stringing a coherent sentence together is much more difficult when your Wernicke’s area is off duty.

    This doesn’t mean that dreamers can’t understand ideas; it just means that the way those ideas are interpreted is different. Most people can identify what someone is saying in their dreams, but they can’t really pinpoint the specific words."

  9. 29 days ago on For Better or For Worse

    It’s because the plane is flying east to west. On the way back, the seats will revert back to A, B & C. I thought that was common knowledge. LOL

  10. 29 days ago on Adam@Home

    Saw a picture once of a piece of straw that had been driven through a palm tree by hurricane winds. It was to show that anything, propelled with enough force, can cause damage to something else, even if it is made of a softer substance than what it hits. I believe there is also a science experiment for kids using a plastic drinking straw and a potato. If you just push the straw against the potato, the straw bends, but if brought down with enough force, it pierces into the potato as if it is a steel rod.

    That being said, yes, this is a comic strip, just accept the absurd and try to appreciate the humour that it solicits.

    We now return you to the regular scheduled programming. ☺