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Jokesters hack traffic sign near USC.
Please, no smiling.
Last week the digital activist group Anonymous apparently hacked North Korea's Twitter and Flickr accounts. You may recall, a picture on North Korea's Flickr account showed the North's leader, Kim Jong-un with a pair of pig ears and a pig snout along with a Mickey Mouse on his belly.
But what happens when a group like Anonymous begins a campaign against a nuclear wildcard like North Korea? Is it misguided?
A woman in Tennessee says she plays April Fools pranks all the time and thought she had a really good one this year. Susan Hudson says she called her sister and, well, you just take minute to enjoy this.
I guess it can't hurt... Try this to help your love life.
Romance pants are a pair of pants that dims the room lighting and raises the stereo in relation to the fly zipper being pulled down. Of course it does not stop there.
The romantic coup de grace involves electronically ignited candles triggered by the unbuttoning of the waist button. This subtle sensual assault is sure to shock and awe any prospective partner into ecstatic submission.
As the evening progresses, this smarty-pants technology will undoubtedly to set the mood to the appropriate level of 'getting it on.' Romance pants are definitely where the future lay.
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MMA fighter Dan Mainus has an unfortunate last name.
It's possible nobody, except Mainus, knows how to properly pronounce his name so it doesn't sound like an orifice.
This cardiologist says the smartphone may be the answer to staying healthy and lowering the cost of health care.
Dr. Eric Topol is Director of Scripps Translational Science Institute in La Jolla. He is also the editor-in-chief of theheart.org.
Anamazing array of animals caught on an infrared cameras deep in the Amazon jungle in Peru. And a big surprise at the end.
I don't know what to say except that I've never done this.
A three foot long alligator has been captured in a neighborhood in Desert Hot Springs about 110 miles East of Los Angeles.
The gator was spotted at about 3 PM by potential meal, Lincoln Razz, a 1 year old dog.
Luckily for Lincoln Razz, the gator was stuck between a chain link and wooden fence. The stuck gator was a couple of blocks away from an elementary school.
The alligator was wrangled into captivity by officer James Huffmann from Riverside County Animal Services.
Officials would like to remind us that alligators are neither good nor legal pets in California.