Link25 (249) – James Comey Testifies Edition

Posted by , Updated on June 9, 2017

Since the Internet is a relatively big place, and it’s easy to waste all of your time watching silly videos. Every Friday, we here at List25 try to make your time wasting more efficient by stuffing 25 of the week’s best links, articles, images, and videos into one concise list. This week the highlights include everything from Hawaii’s actions to meet the standards of the Paris Agreement to a family on Family Feud that might just surprise you…twice. So, get ready because this is Link25 (249) – James Comey Testifies Edition.

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Former FBI Director James Comey Testifies Before Senate (Full) | NBC News

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What Was Behind Those Befuddling McCain Questions?

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Senator John McCain became an unexpected focus of befuddlement and concern on Thursday after a line of questioning that appeared to conflate two separate F.B.I. investigations during James Comey’s testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee.

Mr. McCain, 80, Republican of Arizona, said he believed there was a (Click on the image to read the full article).

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Too-Tired Kitty

He flopped over 😂

Posted by Readingry on Tuesday, June 6, 2017

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Crushed by a Giant 6ft Water Balloon - 4K - The Slow Mo Guys

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Zika risk for birth defects drops for each trimester, CDC finds

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A new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention lays out for the first time the risk for Zika-related birth defects for each trimester of pregnancy.

Researchers have consistently highlighted the first trimester as the most dangerous for infections involving the virus, which is spread primarily by mosquitoes and sex, but the CDC’s analysis (Click on the image to read the full article).

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Fidget Spinning to the Next Level

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UK elections: Preet Kaur Gill becomes first Sikh woman elected to Parliament

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Britain elected its first female Sikh MP, results of the June 8 mid-term elections showed on Friday.

Preet Kaur Gill won the Edgbaston seat as a Labour Party candidate, defeating ruling Conservative party’s Caroline Squire, according to reports.

Gill, a councillor from Sandwell, will be the first Sikh woman in the UK House of Commons.

Gill was born and brought up in Edgbaston (click on picture for complete article).

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You Won't Expect What Happens at the End!

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The Fascinating Story of How the "What Would Jesus Do" Slogan Came About

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What Would Jesus Do?, often shortened to WWJD? or W.W.J.D. is a slogan so famous that millions of objects have been emblazoned with it. However, the person who came up with “W.W.J.D.” never saw a penny of the millions of dollars companies across the globe have made from it.

The earliest known instance of the full slogan “What Would Jesus Do” dates all the way back to (click on the image to read the full article).

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Jerry Seinfeld Rejects Kesha's Hug, He Doesn't Know Who She Is.

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This 100-Million-Year-Old Bird Trapped in Amber Is The Best We've Ever Seen

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Scientists have uncovered an incredible specimen in Myanmar that has given us a glimpse of life from 100 million years ago – a piece of amber containing the remarkably preserved remains of an ancient bird hatchling.

Inside the amber, you can make out the head, tail, and neck of the bird, but it’s the wings and feet that are the real marvels – the chunk of fossilised tree resin has perfectly preserved (click on photo to read the full story).

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Is Binge Watching Bad For You?

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A Sign of the Times

When you use your phone too much…

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Hawaii Becomes First State To Pass Law That Aligns With The Paris Agreement

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Hawaii has become the first state to pass a law committing to the goals set by the Paris climate agreement. The act rebels against President Donald Trump, who announced the US was ditching the global agreement last Thursday.

Governor David Y Ige signed two bills in Honolulu on Tuesday alongside a handful of the state’s mayors. The move aims to keep Hawaii in line with the targets set by the Paris agreement, a comprehensive climate agreement signed by 174 countries and the European Union that pledges to reduce (click on image to read full article).

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Deaf Woman Owns It

Mandy Harvey: DEAF SINGER EARNS SIMONS GOLDEN BUZZER with an original song–Americas Got Talent 2017Patreon page (Donating any amount will help out a lot): https://www.patreon.com/user?u=6451691&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook&utm_campaign=creatorshare

Posted by Viralvids on Tuesday, June 6, 2017

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Apple’s HomePod is a cautious approach to the connected home

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The new HomePod sounds great. I walked away from WWDC impressed with the full and rich sound the company has managed to get out of such a small form factor. There’s nice hardware on-board and a lot happening on the back end to create an optimal audio experience, including a six-mic array that sonically maps the room the speaker is in.

Other smart home hubs like the Echo – and many similarly priced home priced home speaker systems – can’t hold a candle to what the HomePod is able to replicate sonically. It’s easy to see why Apple is (click on the image to read the full article).

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