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Bus Driver On His Daily Route Spotted A Woman In Need — What He Said Saved Her Life

Bus Driver On His Daily Route Spotted A Woman In Need -- What He Said Saved Her Life

Bus drivers run on tight deadlines, so they don't often stop for anything when they're en route. But while this driver was out on his route crossing the Main Street Bridge in Dayton, Ohio, Damone Hudson saw something that he knew was worth losing a few minutes over between point A and point B.

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This Person Parked Illegally…And Now Knows What Instant Karma Feels Like

This Person Parked Illegally...And Now Knows What Instant Karma Feels Like

Karma always smells so sweet...unless it comes in the form of actual garbage. One street sweeper in China decided to show an illegally parked driver that there are consequences for leaving your car where you're not supposed to. CCTV footage shows the passive-aggressive worker surrounding the black vehicle with more than 42 full trash cans, giving the driver a taste of street justice...

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Man Catches Rare Bright Blue Lobster off Cape Cod Coast

Man Catches Rare Bright Blue Lobster off Cape Cod Coast

A Massachusetts lobsterman made an incredibly rare catch while fishing off the coast of Cape Cod on Monday. Wayne Nickerson, owner and captain of the FV Windsong in Plymouth, spotted the lobster in his trap...

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This 250,000-Year-old Tool Was Used to Butcher a Rhinoceros

This 250,000-Year-old Tool Was Used to Butcher a Rhinoceros

The watering hole would have glimmered in the scorching desert heat, drawing parched creatures from miles around. Wild horses and rhinoceros lapped at the pool’s edge; migrating ducks paddled across its surface. Just out of sight, the hunters lay in wait. Scientists can only imagine the butchery that happened next. But …

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45 Years Later, Girl’s Message in Bottle Found

SALISBURY, Md. — Nearly five decades ago, a young girl threw a bottle into the Indian River Bay, hoping to get a response from a stranger in a faraway land. Inside the bottle was a scrawled letter from Karen Ball, who was on an annual family camping trip to the inlet. She dated her message …

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