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Opera just announced that their popular Mini mobile browser is now available for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. Opera has been tearing up the mobile browsing market, with more than 50 million users at present, and millions more now sure to come. The guys are happy that Opera is back and gives some serious competition to Apple. We want Falcon, or Thunderbird or whatever that mail client is.
This sandwich is so disgusting, people are uploading their homemade videos solely attempting to eat the thing. Surprisingly, though, there are many, many other more well-known fast food options that are much, much worse! A meat-on-meat (that's what she said?) creation featuring cheese, bacon, and mayonnaise layered between not bread - but two fried chicken breasts. Kevin refers again to 'Food Inc.' and gives an emphatic, "Hell no!" when asked if he would eat a Double Down for $100. Glen says he wouldn't eat one for $1,000.
Source: I Can Has Internets
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One of the creepiest stories we've come across in a LONG TIME. From planning beginning in 2006 originally named Populatria, to a 1.5 year theoretical design development, to the 2 year construction time between 2007-2009, this gets creeper the further the video goes. Every plot and every possible crime point was meditated and developed. Subway systems, irrigation systems, and micromanagement for societal perfection. This extreme mayor guy is clearly crazy. Or insane. But probably crazy. >:]
Source: TheImperar on YouTube
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As we mentioned in the iPad edition of Diggnation, we just don't know quite how to hold the iPad. This picture represents just that. Alex confirms that the record shows he was the first to say it's the best pooping device ever.
Source: Business Insider
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