Finally! Earlier this week we learned everything Star Wars coming to Disney+ in the US for the service’s November 12 launch. There’s The Mandalorian — the first live-action Star Wars series — along with Star Wars movies, Star Wars: The Clone Wars (Seasons One through Five, plus The Lost Missions), every episode of Star Wars Rebels, the classic Empire of Dreams documentary, and much more. So we want to know…what are you going to watch first? Make your pick in the poll below!
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This is a video of the world’s new largest Ouija board, OuijaZilla, a massive 72-foot by 44-foot Ouija board constructed out of painted plywood in Salem, Massachusetts (appropriate). The board was constructed from 99 sheets of 4′ x 8′ plywood, weighs 9,000 pounds, and measures 3,168 square feet (three times the size of the previous record holder). It also features a 15.5-foot x 10-foot planchette, which can be moved around the board by a single person standing in the middle of it. “What about a person in a relationship?” LOL. Man, just imagine the size of the unholy demons that are gonna be summoned with this thing. Because one time in middle school my best friend and I were playing with his Ouija board during a sleepover and the planchette started moving around the board all crazy, then a face appeared in his fireplace so we burnt the whole house to the ground just to be on the safe side.
To highlight a new type of water purification system, a restaurant in Kuurne, Belgium, has started serving its customers free drinking water recycled from its sinks and toilets.
The water served at the Gust’eaux restaurant in Kuurne these days is the same as any other potable water – it has no smell, no taste, no color – so it’s impossible to tell that it’s source is actually the restaurant’s toilets. By using a complex, five-step purification system, Gust’eaux is able to turn its sewage into a water so pure that it has to be enriched with minerals before being served to clients.
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Author: Matt Goldberg