56 Crucial Red Flags At Job Interviews That Say, Working Here Would Suck

56 Crucial Red Flags At Job Interviews That Say, Working Here Would Suck

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These are the invaluable job interview insights we all stand to benefit from at some point in our lives when it's just too damn hard to tell, exactly what we're walking into... 1 Pin It Via Cheezburger 2 Pin It Via Lessie_Haag_DDS87 3 Pin It Via Lessie_Haag_DDS87 4 Pin It Via Lessie_Haag_DDS87 5 Pin It Via Lessie_Haag_DDS87 6 Pin It Via Lessie_Haag_DDS87 7 Pin It Via Lessie_Haag_DDS87 8 Pin It Via Lessie_Haag_DDS87 9 Pin It Via Lessie_Haag_DDS87 10 Pin It Via Lessie_Haag_DDS87 11 Pin It Via Lessie_Haag_DDS87 12 Pin It Via Lessie_Haag_DDS87 13 Pin It Via Lessie_Haag_DDS87 ...
Photographer Shoots Epic Battle Between Fox And Eagle Over Rabbit, And It Gets More And More Epic With Each Photo

Photographer Shoots Epic Battle Between Fox And Eagle Over Rabbit, And It Gets More And More Epic With Each Photo

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The bald eagle is a symbol of America, powerful, graceful and fearsome. However, quite aptly one could say, it is also known as a master thief, quite happy to steal food from others whenever the opportunity arises. “Eagles really don’t like to waste a lot of effort in getting their food, so they look for easy opportunities,” Kevin told Bored Panda. Kevin was on the San Juan Islands watching young foxes, called kits, play and hunt on the prairie. “A red fox caught a rabbit and was carrying it across the meadow,” he said. “I panned my camera with it to capture the action. Then behind me, I heard the cry of a bald eagle. I turned around and saw it approaching fast. I knew it wanted the rabbit. I intently trained my camera on the fox bracing for a ...
Why The Hell Is Kilauea’s Eruption Now Making Blue Fire?

Why The Hell Is Kilauea’s Eruption Now Making Blue Fire?

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From explosively-generated ash plumes at Kilauea’s summit to the utterly spectacular lava fountaining taking places on its flanks via one of its dozens of fissures, this corner of Hawaii’s Big Island is putting on quite the show. Something almost magical is also afoot. Spotted in some of the footage provided by the United States Geological Survey (USGS), and clearly shown in a newly released photograph, blue flames are now shooting out of the ground around the Leilani Estates subdivision. It’s not literally magic, of course, but this glorious quirk of chemistry has got everyone understandably excited. As Earther opined so magnificently, it looks a lot like "bioluminescent waves lapping against the shores of hell." So what’s the d...
14 Times Yahoo Answers Users Were Total Doofuses

14 Times Yahoo Answers Users Were Total Doofuses

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A stupid question deserves a stupid answer. 1 Pin It Via DisasterAccount 2 Pin It Via DisasterAccount 3 Pin It Via DisasterAccount 4 Pin It Via DisasterAccount 5 Pin It Via DisasterAccount 6 Pin It Via DisasterAccount 7 Pin It Via DisasterAccount 8 Pin It Via DisasterAccount 9 Pin It Via DisasterAccount 10 Pin It Via DisasterAccount 11 Pin It Via DisasterAccount 12 Pin It Via DisasterAccount 13 Pin It Via DisasterAccount 14 Pin It Via DisasterAccount
The Laser Battle Against Blood-Sucking Parasites of the Deep

The Laser Battle Against Blood-Sucking Parasites of the Deep

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Alf-Helge Aarskog is pacing. Back and forth he walks across the polished hardwood floors of a barge anchored in a fjord off the southwestern coast of Norway. The barge sits alongside one of the world’s largest salmon farms. It’s November and the sky is cloudless, the mountains are snow-capped, the water is a clear sapphire blue. The control room has the feel of a W Hotel lobby with its elegant lighting and spare Scandinavian design.On one wall are huge monitors streaming video from nine underwater cages nearby. Aarskog scans the footage—masses of salmon swimming in circles like glittering cyclones—and mutters what I take to be Norwegian profanities.As CEO of Marine Harvest, Alf-Helge Aarskog oversees a quarter of what Marine Harvest says is a $14-billion-a-year glob...
Elon Musk has a very bad idea for a website rating journalists

Elon Musk has a very bad idea for a website rating journalists

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Elon Musk has, as I imagine he often does during meetings or long car rides, come up with an idea for a new thing. Unlike the Hyperloop, which was cool, and various space-related ideas, which we know he’s at least partly expert about, this one is just plain bad. It’s basically Yelp But For Journalism. My guess is Musk does not often use Yelp, and has never operated a small business like a restaurant or salon. Especially in today’s fiercely divided internet landscape, there is no reliable metric for truth or accountability. Some will say The New York Times is the most trusted newspaper in America — others will call it a debased rag with a liberal agenda. Individual stories will receive the same treatment, with some disputing what they believe are biases and others...