Last week, people were passing around "warnings" of shark sightings at NJ beaches around social media like a beach ball at a concert. As we now know, it was just a hoax. In light of that lesson, it's not surprising if people were skeptical when another NJ shark story popped up this week. It turns out though, that this one is true.
It seems like the second that Apple comes out with a new product, "experts" start to predict (and allegedly leak) what the next device to come out of Cupertino, CA will look like, do, and how it may or may not change technology.
There were no stowaways on board a Port Newark bound cargo ship, the Blind Date Hoax is said to be linked with another boat hoax in Texas, and there’s been a case of “misuse” of emergency frequencies. It might seem like hoaxes are dominating the summer but according to the Coast Guard, it’s what they deal with on a regular basis.
A couple of years ago pictures of the billboard above made the rounds of Internet message boards and email inboxes. People were all worked up over the guts that this allegedly spurned lover had to take out this huge, embarrassing advertisement. There's only one catch...
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