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VIDEO: Want to learn how to deep fry water?

A Massachusetts man has come up with a bizarre new culinary innovation, as he figures out how to deep fry water for the 'Stupid Hackathon'.

  • Woman Walks Naked Through Town After Emerging From Tanning Salon

    The woman was captured on camera emerging from a tanning salon in Newquay, Cornwall, after a bronzing session, wearing nothing and carrying only a towel. Amy Martin, who snapped a picture of the woman, spotted her outside her workplace at Burger King. Ms Martin later spoke to the owner of a nearby tanning salon who said the woman had been a customer.

    Yahoo News
  • 'Everything that was going on was consensual': No charges after bizarre incident triggers police standoff

    Constable Brian Montague says the incident began shortly after noon Friday, May 20, when a would-be customer tried to enter the Wind Mobile store at Robson and Hamilton but found the door locked. When police arrived, Montague says the individuals inside were "uncooperative ... and didn't want to open the door and talk to officers". "The strange set of circumstances, the suspicious nature of the circumstances and what our officers were seeing triggered a pretty large police response," he said.

    CBC
  • Canadian shoppers feel duped by U.S. mall's at-par promotion

    Several Canadian shoppers are crying foul, saying a U.S. mall misled them when it offered "at par" sales this past long weekend. Some of the cross-border shoppers did not like what they saw and took to social media to vent. The mall's social media team responded to some upset shoppers, adding it apologized for the confusion.

    CBC
  • Did an artist foretell the iPhone 350 years ago? Apple’s CEO seems to think so

    In his presentation at Startup Fest, Cook mentioned he had recently visited the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. From his perspective, Cook says he noticed the man, apparently, holding something flat, rectangular and big enough to fit in a person’s palm. From a distance, Cook says, the item could certainly pass as an iPhone.

    The Daily Buzz
  • Man Has Melon-Sized Tumour Removed After Living With It For 24 Years

    Ian Crown’s tumour is believed to be the third largest of its kind in the world, and the 66-year-old lived with it for 24 years before finally having it removed. The lump, weighing a whopping 1.2kg, started growing in 1992 but Ian said it became “a part of him” and he learned to live with it.

    Yahoo News
  • Microsoft Faces Criticism After Sneaky Windows Upgrade ‘Trick’

    Microsoft said: “With the free Windows 10 upgrade offer ending on 29 July, we want to help people upgrade to the best version of Windows. "As we shared in October, Windows 10 will be offered as a ‘recommended’ update for Windows 7 and 8.1 customers whose Windows Update settings are configured to accept 'recommended’ updates.

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  • Canadians shamed for disrespecting iconic American landmarks

    Arrest warrants have now been issued on misdemeanor charges of violating park rules after three of the men — Justis Cooper Price-Brown, Charles Ryker Gamble and Alexey Andriyovych Lyakh — allegedly walked off the boardwalk in Yellowstone's Old Faithful District to get next to the Grand Prismatic Spring. As a result, they're now being investigated for allegedly water-skiing behind their bus on the beloved Bonneville Salt Flats. "I can't remember in the many, many, many years I've been doing this any case that has brought this much attention," says John Powell, a spokesman for the U.S. States Attorney's office in the district of Wyoming.

    CBC
  • Calgary 1st city in Canada and U.S. to exhibit Body Worlds 'coupling' specimen

    Body Worlds, the touring exhibit of cadavers preserved through plastination, has visited more than 100 cities around the globe — but very few have had the courage to exhibit one of the 'coupling' specimens. Calgary's Telus Spark Science Centre is the first in Canada and the U.S. to put it out there, but they're doing it with the utmost respect to their diverse clientele. The couple, which features a woman astride a well-endowed man, are hidden behind a sliding door that only opens on weekends and after 2:30 p.m. on weekdays at Telus Spark.

    CBC
  • Philippines' Duterte apologizes for captive Canadian's beheading by militants

    Philippine President-elect Rodrigo Duterte has apologized to the Canadian prime minister for the beheading of a Canadian by an Islamist militant group, saying he would try to make sure "nothing like this" happens again. "Please accept my apologies for the incident that resulted to the killing of your national," Duterte said on Thursday he told Prime Minister Justin Trudeau who called him up to congratulate him on his election win. "We will try to see to it that nothing like this will happen again." Canadian John Ridsdel, a former mining executive, was beheaded by the Abu Sayyaf on the southern island of Jolo on April 25.

    Reuters
  • These Brothers Are Now Sisters After Coming Out As Trans At The Same Time

    Bartender Jamie O’Herlihy, 23, and hairdressing student Chloe O'Herlihy, 20, kept their gender issues a secret from everyone for their entire lives. Just days later both brothers had come out as trans and, with the pair both planning to go under the knife for gender reassignment surgery, they are sharing their story in the hope of inspiring others to be true to themselves.

    Yahoo News
  • Victoria home sold for $800k back on market for $980k weeks later

    A two-bedroom James Bay house that sold for $800,000 about a month ago has just gone back on the market — this time, for $980,000.

    CBC
  • 10 TV Shows Where The Cast Hated Each Other (10 photos)

    Things might have looked rosy on-screen, but there is a raft of famous TV shows which were a bit more tense once the cameras were packed up… Image credits: Getty/Yahoo File/WENN/PA

    Ben Arnold
  • Cavs find the touch, torch Raptors to get within one win of Finals

    The Cavs didn't lose their A-game; they just forgot to pack it when they left for Canada. When they got home, they found it.

    Ball Don't Lie
  • Driver accused of throwing killed pedestrians clothing in bin after fatal accident

    A truck driver has been captured on camera as he allegedly peeled a pedestrian's clothes from the bottom of his vehicle and threw them in a bin after a fatal crash in Sydney. Jo-Ann Thwaites was hit by two trucks at a pedestrian crossing at Brookvale, with detectives claiming the first driving fled the scene. Police alleged within minutes of leaving the grandmother for dead, driver Emanuel Xiberras was concealing his crime.

    7News
  • How often do newly married couples have sex?

    Tue, May 24: Jessica O’Reilly explains why some newly married couples have sex more often than others.

    Global News
  • 19 Couples Who Have Already Called It Quits This Year

    We're nearly halfway through 2016, and the year has already been peppered with high-profile celebrity breakups. We've seen broken engagements, broken vows, and the splits of both long-term and newer relationships — and while we haven't quite reached 2015 breakup levels yet, we're still charting the separations of famous couples so far this year. Keep reading to see them all now, then look back at all the breakups that have shocked us the most over time.

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  • Alberta rallies international help for Fort McMurray wildfires

    Alberta's fire boss hopes fresh feet at the perimeter of Fort McMurray's massive fire will save some of the province's most valuable assets. More than 1,000 firefighters from across Canada, the U.S., South Africa and other countries will soon join the roughly 1,200-member fire crew already in Fort McMurray. Provincial wildfire manager Chad Morrison said his team made the decision to order them up last week — around the time the fires swept to the edges of oilsands sites, forcing a mandatory evacuation of 19 facilities north of Fort McMurray.

    CBC
  • Human remains found in rural Sask., belong to missing Saskatoon man

    RCMP confirmed the human remains they found last Friday near the town or Arelee, Sask., belong to a missing person from Saskatoon. Following an autopsy conducted on Tuesday, Mounties said the human remains discovered on May 20 in the Rural Municipality of Perdue are that of 37-year-old Shane Perret. Perret was reported missing to city police and was reportedly last seen on Dec. 11, 2015.

    CBC
  • 9 facts you may not have known about dandelions

    Dandelions are sprouting up all around Manitoba while city officials and homeowners try to find ways to deal with the yellow blooms.

    CBC
  • World’s Longest Railway Tunnel Set To Open After 17 Years

    After a construction period of nearly two decades, the world’s longest railway tunnel is finally set to open in Switzerland.

    Yahoo News