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Clothing company makes custom shirt for man with Cerebral Palsy
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What are you doing?
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When HQG hits 700k subscribers
17039
We Can Now Fly Using this Hoverboard!
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My mom is volunteering at a dog shelter and she’s shooting pictures of dogs for adoption
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Somebody lost their job...
8582
The Original Church's Chicken
10661
China will scrap limit on presidential term, meaning Xi Jinping can stay on
4527
Ads are getting smarter
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"70%" okay now what
10276
Meet Tombi, the cat who attends elementary school in Turkey
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Get your shit together Denmark
16641
The Greatest Massage
25803
Clever cat
49688
Clothing company makes custom shirt for man with Cerebral Palsy
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Abandoned 50's restaurant [1024x768]
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Cucumber
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Catatumbo lightning Is ??????
3598
Let's go through this puddle
11877
TIL - When James Cameron asked about being married 5 times, he replied, “being attracted to strong independent women has the downside that they’re strong independent women – they inherently don’t need you!”
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Icing a cake
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Downtown loft, Budapest, Hungary [7000x8000]
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Australian surfers invent Seabin, a rubbish bin for the ocean
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When you are the only original avenger that doesn’t featured in any concept art and trailers
2503
Fragile X syndrome is the most frequent cause of intellectual disability in males. For the first time, researchers have restored activity to the fragile X syndrome gene in affected neurons using a modified CRISPR/Cas9 system in a human/mouse chimeric model published in journal Cell.
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Works every time!
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Chivalry is NOT dead
6455
Thousands of baby crabs.
14372
This pistachio eating asshole
2225
Bluehole; please remove clothing spawns.
2472
Princess Zelda cosplay from Breath of the wild
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Has anyone ever noticed Stanley's resolution? Haha
2421
Pulling a van with a car
2085
When babushka goes to buy a shirt but doesn't know English
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Transgender wrestler booed in Texas final after winning
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PsBattle: This very large stray dog in Bangkok
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We should have a permanent shop for non-seasonal skins and daily sales.
5272
The Thing's practical effects
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Soon I will have a new apprentice. One far younger and more powerful [OC]
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meow_irl
9233 Kingsolomanhere And if he had worked past regulation time and wrecked the train, guess who would be held responsible. I would have done the same.
3727 Spanktank35 Company: he should have made a request in advance Union: he did
7353 Drunkenaviator This has happened to me MANY times as an airline pilot. When you time out, you're done. Doesn't matter where you are.
4326 dublinmarley I would have been impressed if he drove the train to his house.
18143 vampirewknd >“This kind of incident is unusual in our network,” the company said, adding that it was “the driver’s responsibility to inform in advance about a substitute requests”. >A spokesman for the Semaf rail workers’ union said the driver had put in a request to be relieved. >“They should have had a substitute driver lined up but it didn’t happen. We’ve seen similar things in the past.” I love that the company tried to subtly* throw him under the bus and it was refuted.
719 DeafandMutePenguin If it's anything like truck drivers and pilots there's nothing the conductor could have done. Continuing to work would be a fire-able offense because of the law, contracts, or both.
13373 ElonComedy They all settled there and started new families. Today those 109 passengers have over 1,000 descendants.
4396 Libra8 There are regulation(at least in the states) regarding how many hours a truck driver, conductor etc. can work.
7340 cornholasaurusrex Good! He did the right thing. Much better than the the headline "Horrific Train Accident in Spain, 109 Dead"
102 CriminalMacabre Funny thing, if he kept working he would break the law, the driver said it himself. It wasn't a protest, it was just following the procedures.