Afternoon Dubloons – Links In Brief(s)

Stuff which what we found interestin’.

 

FBI warns of Malware targeting Android phones – (Mashable)

Drunk partygoer finds car two years later – (Daily Times)

Bizarre looking Oarfish washes up on Mexican beach – (Grind TV)

Was Jesus a cannabis user? – (Guardian)

Adele’s cover of  Someone Like You is popular at funerals – (Uproxx)

Breaking Bad’s Aaron Paul is set for big things – (Film Drunk)

Scientists discover a planet with four suns – (BBC News)

Seven alternative Princess Bride posters – (Nathanpwyle)

Afternoon Dubloons

Stuff which what we found interestin’.

An obituary every man, woman and child should read today – (Daily Telegraph)

No sequel to Drive but Gosling’s character might still get behind the wheel – (SPR&R)

The 10 biggest lies told on dating websites – (What Culture)

What does the future hold for the first person shooter game? (Den Of Geek)

Curiousity Rover finds ringpull in Nevada desert something shiny on Mars – (The Sun)

Scrapped US military plans to develop flying saucers finally revealed – (Guardian)

3G security flaw could let anyone track your phone – (Mashable)

Man dies after taking part in a cockroach eating contest – (YouTube)

 

Afternoon Dubloons – (Links In Briefs).

Stuff which what we found interestin’.

 

Soldier shot in the head by a sniper gets Military Cross – (C4 News)

Stifler looks out the ice skates for Goon 2 – (SPR&R)

The seven most overused words on the Internet today, (can I add to this list ‘legend’, ‘hero’ and ‘genius’) – (Cracked)

A blog featuring drawings of The Simpsons by UK artisits – (Laughing Squid)

Two theories as to why Americans have stopped gaining weight – (i09)

A zombie cupcake cookbook might be the key to making your Halloween party a success this year – (Geeks Are Sexy)

A Scot appears in court after allegedly brandishing a black pudding in an aggressive manner – (STV News)

Thousands of farmers in Sri Lanka have been struck by a mysterious kidney disease – (BBC News)

 

 

Afternoon Dubloons – Links In Brief(s).

Stuff which what we found interestin’.

 

Naked man found wandering around a German wood turns out to be a monk who was tripping balls on some berries – (The Local)

Some stunt footage of the Fast And The Furious 6 currently being filmed in Glasgow – (SPR&R)

Robbers toss out all their stolen cash onto the streets of LA during police chase – (NBC Los Angeles)

Hider in the house. Woman fnds ex-boyfriend living in her attic 12 years after they broke up – (Huffington Post)

 

Fantastic piece about the dark history surrounding ‘old timey’ stand-up comics in the 50s and their relationships with Las Vegas and The Mob – (WFMU)

The many different faces and expressions of Britters on American X Factor – (Buzzfeed)

5 videos of super human reflexes that saved lives. Avengers assemble! – (Cracked)

The amazing story of the scientist who nearly died while debunking ‘the hottest day on earth’ – (IO9)

 

 

 

 

Afternoon Dubloons – Links In Brief(s).

Stuff which what we found interestin’.

Some nutcase Billionaire wants to open up a Jurassic Park styled theme park but with real Dino DNA – (Slash Film)

Dan Akyroyd has confirmed Bill Murray defintely won’t be in Ghostbusters 3 (SPR&R)

Geeks Of Doom have a great pre-order deal on exclusive vinyl Hypno Toad figures – (Geeks Of Doom)

All pro swimmers take a whizz in the pool. Male and female swimmers empty their bladders during competitions regularly – (Geek O System)

Due to the long running drought in America half of U.S counties have now been declared ‘disaster zones’ – (Yahoo News)

The Vatican could be rocked by scandal due to incriminating documents leaked by the former Head Of The Vatican Bank – (RT News)

Wedding Crashers duo Vince Vaughn and Own Wilson team up for another movie along with yet another role for Will Ferrell – (First Showing)

U.S female footballer ASlex Morgan introduced her knee to the coupon of the female New Zealand Goalkeeper. Sweet Jesus that’s going to leave a mark – (Deadspin)

Afternoon Dubloons – Links In Brief(s).

 

Stuff which what we found interestin’.

 

The Hubble telescope has discovered an ancient galaxy which shouldn’t exsist – (iO9)

The BBC claim that there’s a ‘lack of evidence‘ when it comes to performance enhancing sports products, such as drinks and expensive trainers – (BBC NEWS)

The dirty secrets of the supermodels from the 80s – (NY Post)

Modern Family and Anchorman star Fred Willard caught by police doing a ‘pee Wee Herman’ in an adult movie theatre – (Holy Moly)

Two sisters attacked by a beaver in Virginia are now being tested for rabies – (Huffington Post)

A botnet responsible for 18% of all spam emails is now dead. Huzzah! – (Geek O System)

The 10 most irrationally evil fictional companies – (Topless Robot)

British TV shows slated to appear on your small screen over the next few months, which you might not want to miss – (Den Of Geek)

Afternoon Dubloons – Links In Brief(s)

Stuff which what we found interestin’.

 

All 786 planets in our solar system, to scale – (xckd.com)

Actor Ronny Cox on why a remake of Total Recall is a bad idea – (The Wrap)

Bees that drink your sweat and the tears from your eyes – (Discovery Magazine)

The Shackleton Crater on the moon might contain frozen water – (WPTV)

The so-called ‘zombie attacks’ continue in the States after a man under the influence of an unknown substance bit a chunk out of another man’s arm – (Opposing Views)

Strange and mysterious snakes invade a Namibian town – (Fortean Zoology)

The Breaking Bad Lego Meth Lab isn’t really one for the kids – (Nerd Approved)

You ever feel your phone vibrating in your pocket, only to find it isn’t there? It’s called Phantom Cellphone Vibrations – (Mental Floss)