YIKES ON A PLANE

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​Think carefully before you touch the in-flight entertainment system on your next flight — at least without wiping it down with soap first:

 

Alafair Burke, who posted the video, confirmed that the man was perfectly capable of doing things with his hands, but just preferred to use his feet: 

 

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TO REUSABILITY AND BEYOND

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The successful launch and landing of Falcon 9 marks the first time an orbital-class rocket has flown and landed five times.


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LET THIS ONE SLIDE

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2020 is just getting worse and worse, isn't it.


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