A good Samaritan has saved the lives of at least 100 homeless people from Chicago’s bitter cold.
Sean lives on the internet, so that makes him mostly qualified to write about the various weird and wonderful things that the internet can produce. Not everything is doom and gloom out there, and he hopes that a few of these stories can bring a smile to somebody's face. He got his degree in Science & Business from the University of Waterloo, where it continues to provide him little actual value other than the fact it sort of qualifies him to talk about random crap he finds on the internet. So maybe it’s actually worth a little bit. Not that much though. Nobody really asked him for his degree when he started this gig. You can get more of Sean (or less--he doesn’t really post much) on his Twitter, @seanmurray683.
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It's So Cold In Chicago That They Need To Light The Tracks On Fire To Prevent Trains From Getting StuckDaily Things
It is so cold in Chicago right now that the railway workers need to light the train tracks on fire in order to prevent trains from crashing.
Elephant seals have taken over a Northern California beach due to the government shutdown.
There’s a herd of buffaloes in Turkey that spend their winters bathing in a geothermal hot spring. They are the happiest buffaloes in the world.
A police department in Illinois has arrested Elsa from Disney’s Frozen for unleashing the polar vortex on most of the United States.
Now That The Government Has Reopened, Lawmakers Are Getting Back To Work By Making Animal Cruelty A FelonyDaily Things
Now that the United States has a functioning government again (at least temporarily), lawmakers are getting back to work in the best way possible: by making it illegal to hurt an animal.
Malaysia is offering their poorest residents free healthcare for 36 critical diseases.
Coyotes with baby blue eyes are proliferating in California.
An experimental new therapy involving stem cells has helped a man paralyzed from the neck down regain control of his arms and hands.
A 12-year-old boy from India has a grand idea on how to clean up the world’s oceans of plastic waste.
Now that we have emotional support alligators, has this whole EMA movement maybe gone a bit too far?
A New Jersey man attempted to board the Maine Ice Disk and carve a peace sign into it but instead gave up after falling into the river.
A dog that has been waiting 525 days at an animal shelter has finally found her furever home.
Just as Netflix raises their rates for the biggest price increase in their short history, Hulu is dropping theirs’ in response.
There’s a giant spinning ice disk in Maine that has its own webcam and social media presence.
Wilson Menashi is the octopus whisperer.
PayPal is giving free cash advances to federal workers that haven’t been paid since December.