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ICYMI: Tim Tebow Considering Politics Because Apparently Anyone Can Do It
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- Tim Tebow may be aiming for a career in politics. Scouts say he definitely has the wingspan and vertical leap in his favor.
- Upcoming Trump hotels won't have the "Trump" name because, well, they just shouldn't.
- Here's a video about how websites get taken down by hackers. Very relevant, seeing as how half the internet imploded today.
- Grand Theft Auto III changed the video game industry. Did you know that its cast of voice actors included Joe Pantoliano, Michael Madsen, Kyle MacLachlan, and Robert Loggia?
- Bill Gates swung by Caltech to talk with students about artificial intelligence, how the world isn't that bad, and how people you should do more to help others.
- The U.S.A. now has a national team for kabaddi, a growing Indian sport where you try to tackle each other. There's no ball. And during some plays you can only take "one breath, repeating the word 'kabaddi' so the referee knows they haven’t inhaled." Sign us up!
- AT&T is in talks to buy Time Warner. By 2020, all companies will be owned by one company, probably LAist.
- What's a false vacuum? All you need to know if that it may destroy the whole universe.
- There are two versions of the iPhone 7. And, apparently, one is way slower compared to the other.
- The Smiths are great. They're even better when paired with infomercials: