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Exxon Customers Can Soon Use Alexa to Pay for Gas from the Car

"Alexa, pay for my gas." If you have Amazon's Alexa , you probably know you can already turn on and off the lights at home, buy movie tickets and find cool restaurant recommendations. Now, drivers will soon be able to use Alexa to pay for gas while sitting in their vehicle. Alexa will now pay for...
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Newlyweds Flip a Coin To Decide Whose Last Name To Take

A Florida bride and groom have started their marriage by leaving their surname up to chance. Jeff Conley and Darcy Ward waited until they were at the altar to let a coin toss decide whose name they would both take going forward, reported the Tallahassee Democrat . At the altar, the couple flipped a...
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5-Year-Old Flips Bird to the Audience for 20 Minutes During Nativity Play

A little girl dressed as an angel had her finger on the pulse of her school play. Ella Legge caused a sensation after a hangnail had her accidentally flip the bird to parents and other members of the audience of the school’s nativity play. Sweet angel in nativity play accidentally flips off...
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CDC: Puppies May Be Making People Sick

While you may be tempted to hug and kiss every puppy you come across, you may want to hold off on all that puppy love for now. 2019 is ending on a bit of a sad note as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warns the public against the cutest of culprits: puppies. OUTBREAK NOTICE: 30 people...
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Amazon’s Alexa Will Help You Change Subjects to Avoid Family Arguments on Christmas

Alexa is coming to your rescue this holiday season. Amazon’s smart speakers have a new feature called “distraction technique,” which means the virtual assistant will intervene when things get a little heated during the holidays. In short, Alexa will be on hand and ready to break up any arguments...
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Gross School Experiment Shows Students the Effects of Not Washing Their Hands

A school has used moldy bread to show its students how important it is to wash your hands. The month-long classroom experiment was carried out by two teachers at Discovery Elementary School in Idaho Falls, Idaho just as the height of flu season was set to begin, reported “Today.” Gross! School...
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This Painful Toilet Is Designed to Maximize Office Productivity

A startup company wants to flush your bathroom breaks down the drain. In an effort to cut down the time employees spend sitting in a stall, a British firm has come up with a toilet that’s tilted at a lower angle to make long periods on the porcelain throne uncomfortable, reported the New York Post...
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Airline Offers Priority Boarding to Anyone in an Ugly Christmas Sweater

Your questionable festive gear will give you perks while traveling this holiday season. There’s no need to pay extra for priority boarding on Alaska Airlines as the carrier has announced it will allow all passengers wearing an ugly Christmas sweater to board early on Friday, December 20th, reported...
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Bank Accidentally Deposits $37 Million into Texas Woman’s Account

Many of us would like to be a millionaire one day, but for a Texas woman that wish came to fruition a little too literally. After finishing work at Roma Boots in Dallas, Ruth Balloon checked her bank account and, to her surprise, found that she was suddenly a multi-millionaire. Bank mistakenly puts...
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'I'm Santa Claus': Parents Outraged After Stranger Taunts Little Girl Through Hacked Camera

For kids, it doesn't get more holly and jolly than Santa Claus. But one little girl was shaken after a chilling encounter with a voice in her room who claimed to be St. Nick. This is what happened when a man spoke to a girl through a hacked Ring camera in her bedroom, according to TODAY . The LeMay...
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