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DJ Earl & Nick Hook hook up for tour and new album “50 Backwoods” on Fool’s Gold

Are you ready to party like it’s 1989, juke like it’s 1999, and get psyched about genre mashups like it’s 2009? Then I’ve got just the assemblage of audio recordings for you: it’s the new collaborative album between footwork fiend DJ Earl and analog authority Nick Hook. Entitled 50 Backwoods, the record is out December 8 on Fool’s Gold! (Extremely Street Fighter voice:) PERFECT!

Op-Ed Columnist: The G.O.P. Is Fooling Itself on Taxes

yesterdayNews : NYTimes: News

There is no easy fix for Republican leaders now, whether their bill passes or fails.

Jets' Kerley to have son stop playing football over CTE concerns

yesterdayNews : NY Daily News

Dae’shon Kerley is an eight-year-old dynamo on the football field, who makes the rest of the kids look like fools.

Democrats Don’t Suddenly Care About Sex Abuse Victims – It’s More Likely They’re Planning for Next Trump Attack

Guest post by Joe Hoft After years of ignoring victims of Bill Clinton’s sex abuse, Democrats are suggesting that they are sympathetic to the victims of sex abuse. Don’t be fooled by recent comments by Democrats sharing their disgust...Show More Summary

GOP Adds Fetus Rights to Tax Bill So We Can MAGA, or Something?

yesterdayHumor / odd : Geekosystem

Don’t be fooled into thinking abortion doesn’t matter in the Senate race in Alabama. States have become the predominant battleground for abortion and family planning access, but Congress has recently taken on 20-week and six-week abortion bans, and this week, the GOP’s tax bill—including bizarre rights for fetuses—passed the House.

Don't Be Fooled by These 12 Foods With Really Tricky Names

Click here for reuse options! Rocky Mountain oysters aren't actually oysters. "What’s in a name?” Shakespeare once asked. Well, everything. Food-wise, when it comes to names, the particular label or nickname an ingredient or dish carries can mean the difference between enjoying your meal or being repulsed by testicles when you really wanted seafood. Show More Summary

Sheriff Thinks He Can Use Bogus Disorderly Conduct Charges To Shut Down Speech He Doesn't Like

yesterdayIndustries / Law : Techdirt

A Texas sheriff did some pandering to his base this week, ultimately making a fool of himself. On Monday, Sheriff Troy Nehls posted the following to Facebook: If you can't see it, it's a photo of a truck with a decal attached to the rear window. Show More Summary

New York Court Says Police Must Get Warrant to Use Stingrays

Moving forward, New York law enforcement agencies will need to go before a judge and obtain an eavesdropping warrant if they wish to use stingrays to track suspects' cellphones. Stingrays spoof cell towers and fool cell phones into connecting with them. Show More Summary

“Why the trial by ordeal was actually an effective test of guilt”

Regarding the old “Trial by…” methods: our ancestors were not fools and seemingly bizarre or destructive methods of trial would not have lasted through long periods unless they served some function or other. One possibility is that where...Show More Summary

The beguiler of fools

The fifth aggregate consciousness is said to be the “beguiler of fools” (P., m?y?ya? b?lal?pini). As I have pointed out before consciousness is the rebirth transmigrant which is always looking for a resting-place, for example, an embryo. As with all...

Optical illusions abound in Fool the Eye, at Nassau County Museum of Art's Saltzman Fine Art Building

4 days agoArts : Artdaily

Get ready to be amazed by an exhibition filled with optical illusions and artistic sleight of hand! To separate what?s real from what is a clever ruse in Fool The Eye, takes an alert eye and the willingness to examine art carefully. Enjoy the visual journey. Show More Summary

CW Orders New Seasons of Three Series

The CW will bring back three of its series, announcing this week that it ordered new seasons of “Penn & Teller: Fool Us,” “Masters of Illusion” and “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” All three shows will return in 2018. Premiere...

‘Penn & Teller: Fool Us,’ ‘Masters of Illusion’ and ‘Whose Line Is It Anyway?’ Will Return to The CW in 2018

Press release from the CW, Nov. 14, 2017: The CW Network has ordered new seasons of the hit magic series PENN & TELLER: FOOL US and MASTERS OF ILLUSION. Fixtures of The CW’s original summer programming strategy, PENN & TELLER:...

Affordable Alternatives to Classic Luxury Watches

Some watch styles have become menswear classics that will never go out of style thanks to their heritage, their craftsmanship, their handsome good looks, and, let’s not fool ourselves, their price tag. Never underestimate the power of luxury to make something a classic. Show More Summary

License plate made from a pizza box doesn't fool police

4 days agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Sharp eyed Massachusetts police officers spotted a man driving a car with a strange-looking license plate. After pulling him over for a closer look, they discovered the license plate was made from a cardboard pizza box and magic marker...Show More Summary

Amazon tried to fool the tech in its new cashier-less store with people dressed in Pikachu costumes (AMZN)

Amazon is on the cusp of opening its high-tech cashier-less store. It even tested the tech with people wearing Pikachu costumes, and it was successful. The store's tech struggled with families, however. In a bizarre twist, it's the Pikachus...Show More Summary

Alaska Airlines, Sun County Cancel Cuba Service

When commercial airline service resumed between the United States and Cuba last year, many carriers saw gold in this untapped market. But a year later, many carriers have discovered that Cuba is more fool’s gold than a lucrative new market. Show More Summary

Security company says a mask fooled Face ID on iPhone X

Less than a week after the Apple iPhone X went on the market, a cybersecurity firm said it had already defeated the new phone's vaunted face recognition system using a $150 mask made on a 3-D printer.

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