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When a Texas homeowner's cable went out during a windy day, he crawled under the house to try and fix things up.

To his immense surprise, he saw a few rattlesnakes living beneath his home and decided to all a snake removal service to bring them out.

When the snake removal service went under the house, however, they discovered the issue was far larger than the homeowner had imagined.

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On today's episode of Things You Totally Shouldn't Do To Your Body, the BBC reports that a 51-year-old Chinese woman is lucky to be alive after injecting herself with a cocktail made of 20 different kinds of fruit.

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Are you a Marvel fan with hours of free time on your hands?

If you're a qualifying contestant, you can enter for a chance to win $1,000 by watching 40 + hours of every movie from the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Sounds like the ultimate dream job, and it could be yours.

CableTv.com announced their contest for the true Marvel fanatic as we approach the long-awaited April 26th premiere for Avengers: Endgame, and they are looking for their own hero to binge-watch all the MCU films and live-tweet during the marathon while tagging @CableTV and #CableTV.

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Cat Scratch Fever sounds like something straight out of fiction (and it has certainly featured in stories before), but it is all too real. Also called Cat Scratch Disease, or Bartonellosis, it is caused by the bacteria Bartonella henselae.

An otherwise healthy 14-year-old young man found out about this infection the hard way.

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Anyone near downtown Los Angeles on the evening of Wednesday, March 20th, may have just thought the Earth was in a bit more danger than we're generally comfortable with. Countless people looked up that night to see what appeared to be a meteor falling from the sky into the greater LA area, and many captured video of the event.

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Even when they're speaking the same language, people from different regions can have pretty different ways of speaking. Sometimes that just means they pronounce words a little differently or use different slang.

Sometimes, though, it can mean that words have completely different meanings.

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50 years ago, in upstate New York, music history was made as a bunch of rock-lovers crowded onto a patch of muddy farmland for what is now remembered as maybe the greatest music festival of all time: Woodstock. To celebrate the event's gold anniversary, another festival is being staged.

Unfortunately, people don't seem quite as enthused about this new lineup as they were about the original's.

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