Want to live like the Tanners, but also very glamorously? Welcome home.
1709 Broderick Street, the San Francisco home famous for its role as "exterior of Tanner house" in the Full House opening credits, is officially up for sale. Don't get too excited, though: in true Bay Area fashion, the asking price is $4.15 million.
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"1709 Broderick Street represents a unique opportunity to own a rare piece of San Francisco history," the Realtor.com description reads. Good point — but keep in mind the house looks nothing like the Full House interior, because the show was filmed on a soundstage. Read more...
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Justin Bieber is quiet literally feeling himself in his latest made-for-Tinder selfie
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In his never ending quest to take over your Facebook timeline, the former YouTube star you once (or, surprisingly, still) adored shared a racy photo of himself grabbing his crotch on Instagram on Friday.
"Mycalvins," he titled the pic to make sure you know that his undies and what lives beneath are surely his.
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If you've heard about the Amazon Echo and have been wondering what it's like to use it before committing to buying one, there's now an online tool that lets you test it out as much as you want, right in your browser.
It's called Echosim, and all you need to use it is an Amazon account to log in.
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Once you've logged in, you can use your mouse to click and hold the onscreen button while asking Alexa a question. You don't need to use the name Alexa, you can just ask it any question and, in most cases, get a great answer back
The voice and response times are identical to what you'd experience using the Amazon Echo, making this is perfect gateway drug for the real thing. That tech taste test is even more likely to lead to buying a real Amazon Echo once you remember that with Amazon Echo you don't need to be near your computer and there's no need to press a button, you just call out requests across the room to the device. Read more...
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That cotton tampon holds more than your period; it has absorbed a long political history.
The tampon, the pad, even the panty liner: Their path to invention wasn't just challenging in the traditional sense. It was (and still is) downright riddled with stigma.
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May 28 marks Menstrual Hygiene Day, a time to raise awareness around good feminine hygiene practices around the world and lessen the taboo around menstruating women and girls.
In some countries and regions, girls are not permitted to attend school when menstruating, which puts them at risk for falling behind. Other cultures isolate menstruating girls and women from men. Some have little to no access to feminine hygiene products at all, much less education about this natural and healthy bodily function. Read more...
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Mornings are terrible for most people, and one of the few things we can enjoy while getting ready for the daily grind is a highly caffeinated sip of coffee or tea to get us going.
The Barisieur automatically brews you hot coffee or tea in the morning, taking away your need to press snooze or even get out of bed for that first few minutes of the day.
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It's like WALL-E and your favorite Starbucks barista combined.
By setting the clock each night with water, coffee (or tea, if you prefer) and your favorite mix-ins like milk or sugar on the side, the clock wakes you up with the sound of boiling water and the sweet smell of your favorite brew. Read more...
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Warning: This post contains spoilers from literally every season of Game of Thrones.
The fan theories surrounding Game of Thrones have reached fever pitch.
At this point, we can only assume George R.R. Martin and company want to make us go mad — not, like, Mad King mad, but definitely frustrated with this television program.
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That's why we've rounded up 10 prominent fan theories circulating the Internet and given our two cents as to their likelihood. Everyone knew Jon Snow was still alive, right? So they've gotta know some other stuff, too. Read more...
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In early April, thought bubble-shaped signs started popping up around Pennsylvania with offensive statements directed toward people with disabilities.
One unabashedly proclaimed, “Handicapped people make me nervous." Another said, "They call it 'ADHD.' I call it bad parenting."
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But what seems like yet another example of disability-related bias actually has a surprising twist: The bold, provocative signs were posted by volunteers from disability rights organizations. Their goal? Confront the public directly with offensive statements said to people with disabilities in this jarring, controversial way to start a conversation about stigma. Read more...
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Warning: Contains spoilers from Game of Thrones Season 6.
Events in HBO’s Game of Thrones TV series have got people talking about what it means to return from the dead. But while resurrection appears to be a very real possibility for some of the religions of mythical Westeros — not least Jon Snow’s resurrector, the “red priestess”, Melisandre — what can the Bible add to the discussion?
In fact, coming back from the dead was a fairly rare event around the time of JesusVery few ancient Greeks and Romans ever managed to make it out of Hades, but those who did were heroes, such as Hercules and Protesilaus. Read more...
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Last time Elon Musk's SpaceX rocket stuck its ocean landing, he released a jaw-dropping video. This time, Musk has outdone himself. The latest onboard view from the Falcon 9 booster will zip you from space to the ocean landing and blow your mind.
The brief video speeds up the rocket's trip and ends with its graceful landing on a drone ship in Cape Canaveral, Florida, following the launch of the SpaceX Thaicom 8 communications satellite headed for orbit.
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In addition to showing up on YouTube, the video has also been shared by Musk on social media, with s Read more...
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Protesters and supporters clashed at an anti-Donald Trump rally Friday in San Diego, where protesters burned a "Make America Great Again" hat and at least three people were arrested, police said.
While the GOP frontrunner addressed supporters inside the San Diego Convention Center, about 1,000 people gathered outside with Mexican flags, signs and Trump piñatas. In addition to burning one of Trump's trademark "Make America Great Again" caps, protesters also decapitated a Trump piñata, carried "Fuck Trump" signs and chanted "Fuck Donald Trump!"
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If Nissan's GT-R is Godzilla, the 600-horsepower GT-R NISMO is Mechagodzilla.
On Friday morning, Nissan unveiled the 2017 GT-R NISMO, the most extreme version of the "new" GT-R that debuted at the New York Auto Show in April.
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For those of you who don't know, NISMO is Nissan's performance arm. When it turns its engineering wizardry to the all-wheel drive tour de force, it creates the most GT-R that the GT-R can GT-R. Essentially, it's the automotive equivalent of the Xzibit meme.
By that, I mean if the standard GT-R is considered harsh and uncomfortable, the harder, faster and stiffer GT-R NISMO is more so. That said, Nissan claims that this refreshed GT-R NISMO is more comfortable and civilized than the last one. Let's hope. Read more...
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Skrillex says he didn't steal "Sorry" from anyone.
After singer-songwriter Casey Dienel — who performs under the name White Hinterland — filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against him, Justin Bieber and others behind the 2015 hit, the producer hit back Friday on Twitter, suggesting that her allegations the song samples her track "Ring the Bell" are false.
"SORRY but we didnt steal this," he wrote. He shared a video detailing how he and songwriters came up with vocal riff — the one Dienel claims they ripped off of her 2014 track. He plays the raw vocals from the songwriting sessions and shows how they manipulated the vocals to create the riff themselves. Read more...
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