John Cheese: 6 Crucial Warnings I Wish I Could Give My Past Self (Cracked)
Have you ever wished you could go back in time and warn your younger self about some of the ridiculous crap Past You is going to encounter? Like a crazy ex? Maybe a poor career decision? The championship match where your opponent's manager distracted the ref just long enough for you to be knocked out by a folding steel chair, costing you the title?
The current record holder, as recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records , is the cluster of hamlets known as Mawsynram in India. Moisture swept from the Bay of Bengal, condenses over this 1,491m plateau, in the Khasi Hills that overlook the plains of Bangladesh. The result is an astonishing average annual rainfall of 11,871 mm (467.35"). Even the world's biggest statue, Rio de Janeiro's 30m tall Christ the Redeemer, would be up to his knees in that volume of water. (39 feet of rainfall? Yeah, that's, like, kinda wet)
Alan J was first, and correct, with:
Guess based on something from my childhood
Lubricated Lois Of Oregon said:
Oh wow, didn't realize I missed the last two days! That was some birthday party! Will refrain from being crude and answer the question with Mawsynram, whatever that means. But we all know where the wettest place on earth is!
Well..er...>ahem<- such a personal question!
Jim from CA, retired to ID, responded:
Mawsynram, India.....though other place dispute it.
John I from Hawai'i says,
Dale of Diamond Springs, Norcali on a dazzle day said:
The state of Meghalaya, India, is reportedly the rainiest spot on Earth. The village of Mawsynram in Meghalaya receives 467 inches of rain per year. This is all according to "The Guiness Book of World Records." I've seen different scientific references for wettest places: Lůpez de Micay, Colombia and also Mt. Waialeale on Hawaii's Kauai Island. So who really knows. Guiness isn't always right.
Been a long week! Flash Friday!
DJ Useo answered:
I'm pretty sure it's in India, but The exact location eludes me.
It's the right part of the picture below. ;)
Meghalaya, India, reportedly the rainiest spot on Earth. Meghalaya is a state in north-east India. The name means "the abode of clouds" in Sanskrit. The village receives 467 inches of rain per year.
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The contract that launched the career of The Beatles will be sold in London later this month and is expected to fetch up to ¬£500,000 (681,000 euros, $760,000), Sotheby's auction house said on Saturday.
The document was signed by John Lennon, George Harrison, Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr with their manager Brian Epstein on October 1, 1962 -- four days before the release of their first single "Love Me Do".
Harrison and McCartney were under 21 at the time so their fathers acted as co-signatories and there was a clause in the contract stating that band members could be expelled "should two or more of them desire".
The document also outlined the different commission rates that Epstein would receive for earnings of up to £400, up to ¬£800 and more than £800 a week.
US actors/cast members Johnny Depp (L) and Dakota Johnson arrive for the premiere of 'Black Mass', at the 72nd annual Venice International Film Festival, in Venice, Italy, 04 September 2015. The movie is presented out of competition of the festival that runs from 02 to 12 September.
Photo by Claudio Onorati
A federal judge is preventing The Telluride Film Festival from screening a documentary about a 1972 Aretha Franklin concert without the singer's consent.
U.S. District Judge John L. Kane issued his order in Denver about three hours before the Friday night screening of "Amazing Grace." Franklin testified by telephone from Detroit that she had objected to use of the concert footage in the documentary for years.
Attorneys for the film festival argued that a recently discovered 1968 contract that Franklin signed allowed the use of the footage. But Kane said that document appeared to only relate to her music recordings.
The documentary was scheduled to have three screenings at the film festival, which concludes Monday.
British actor Rowan Atkinson, dressed as Mr Bean drives down the Mall, close to Buckingham Palace, London, to promote the 25th anniversary of Mr Bean, London, Friday, Sept. 4, 2015.
Photo by Jonathan Short
Archeologists are having a field day in Poland's longest river, the Vistula, which because of a drought has hit a record low water level allowing them to uncover a treasure trove of ancient artifacts.
"There are pieces of marble and stoneware and fragments of fountains, window sills, columns, concrete slabs, cannonballs," said Hubert Kowalski, a researcher at Warsaw University's archeological institute.
Dressed in orange and green rubber hip waders, the archeologists slosh around the Vistula, whose level has fallen to just 40 centimetres (16 inches) in downtown Warsaw -- the lowest in over 200 years.
Armed with detectors of all sorts, sonars and sub-bottom profilers -- tools for identifying layers of sediment -- they search for curious objects from aboard their inflatable boat.
The large sandbanks poking out of the water give the river the air of a barren desert landscape. But for the archeologists, it's paradise.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump did not take kindly in a radio interview on Thursday to being asked to identify the affiliations of various militant leaders in the Middle East, saying the host was asking "a gotcha question".
Discussing Islamist extremism, conservative talk-radio host Hugh Hewitt told Trump he was looking for the next president to know who the leaders of major militant groups were, naming the heads of Islamic State, Hezbollah, al Qaeda and its Nusra Front wing in Syria.
"Do you know the players without a scorecard, yet, Donald Trump?" asked Hewitt, who will co-moderate the next official Republican presidential debate on Sept. 16 in California.
"No, you know, I'll tell you honestly, I think by the time we get to office, they'll all be changed. They'll be all gone," Trump replied.
When Hewitt said it was not meant as a "gotcha" question, Trump responded: "Well, it sounded like gotcha. You're asking me names that, I think it's somewhat ridiculous, but that's OK. Go ahead, let's go."
US film director and Monty Python member Terry Gilliam arrives for the premiere of 'Black Mass' during the 72nd annual Venice International Film Festival, in Venice, Italy, 04 September 2015. The movie is presented out of competition at the festival running from 04 September to 12 September.
Photo by Claudio Onorati
The federal wildlife service on Thursday stood by its decision to authorize recent killings of two highly endangered North Carolina red wolves on private property, despite plans by conservationists to sue.
Three conservationist groups said the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) made only cursory attempts to remove the wolves from private property between 2014 and 2015 before allowing the landowners to kill them in violation of the Endangered Species Act.
The five-county region of eastern North Carolina known as the Red Wolf Recovery Area is home to the only population of red wolves in the wild, estimated at only between 50 and 75 animals, according to the Southern Environmental Law Center (SELC).
One of the wolves was a breeding female, according to a 60-day notice of intent to sue filed with the agency on Tuesday by SELC.
Neither wolf had exhibited problem behavior which is a prerequisite for killing under the act, the notice said.
Reenactment actors dressed up in period costumes drag a dead cart through the streets and shout "bring out your dead" as they take part in a procession to mark 350 years since the Great Plague of London in the City of London, Friday, Sept. 4, 2015. The procession on Friday followed the route along a street named Minories that the dead carts used to take to get to the great plague pit of St Botolph‚s church where victims' bodies were buried in mass graves.
Photo by Matt Dunham
A ship built by the CIA for a secret Cold War mission in 1974 to raise a sunken Soviet sub is heading to the scrap yard, a victim of the slide in oil prices.
Christened the Hughes Glomar Explorer, after billionaire Howard Hughes was brought in on the CIA's deception, the 619-foot vessel eventually became part of the fleet of ships used by Swiss company Transocean to drill for oil.
But the oil price rout means the former spy ship now called GSF Explorer is just one of 40 such offshore drilling rigs that have been consigned to scrap since last year.
It's the end of a story that began when a Soviet G-II sub called the K-129 sank in September 1968 "with all hands, 16,500 feet below the surface of the Pacific", according to an official U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) history.
Children dressed as Hindu Lord Krishna pose during a fancy dress competition at a school on the eve of the Janmashtami festival in Mathura, India, September 4, 2015. The festival, which marks the birth anniversary of Lord Krishna, will be celebrated across India on Saturday.
Photo by K. K. Aror
Pope Francis thanked American nuns in a television special to be aired Friday, defusing tensions that arose after an investigation under the previous pontiff accused them of promoting "radical feminist themes."
The pope, who will travel to the United States later this month, made the comments via teleconference to an immigrant welcome center at a Texas church earlier this week for the ABC News special.
"I'll tell you one other thing. Is it unseemly for the pope to say this? I love you all very much," Pope Francis said to US Catholic sisters, after calling forward one sister in particular.
"I want to thank you," the pontiff said. "And through you to thank all the sisters of religious orders in the US for the work that you have done and that you do in the United States."
In 2012, under Pope Benedict's leadership, the Vatican launched an investigation of the main US nun group, the Leadership Conference of Women Religious, saying the LCWR was promoting "radical feminist themes incompatible with the Catholic faith."
Dust blows by the Prairie Wind Chapel art installation during the Burning Man "Carnival of Mirrors" arts and music festival in the Black Rock Desert of Nevada, September 4, 2015. Approximately 70,000 people from all over the world are gathering at the sold-out festival to spend a week in the remote desert to experience art, music and the unique community that develops.
Photo by Jim Urquhart
Two men appeared on Polish TV Friday saying they are the finders of a Nazi train said to be laden with gold - a claim that came as the Polish military inspected the alleged site in southwestern Poland.
Identifying themselves as Andreas Richter and Piotr Koper, the men appeared on TVP.INFO. Contacted by The Associated Press by phone, Richter confirmed he had found the train.
"As the finders of a World War II armored train, we, Andreas Richter and Piotr Koper, declare that we have legally informed state authorities about the find and have precisely indicated the location in the presence of Walbrzych authorities and the police," Koper said, reading a statement on TV with Richter sitting at his side. "We have irrefutable proof of its existence."
Their knowledge is based on information from witnesses and on their own research, carried out with their own equipment, Koper said in his statement.
They claimed that a leak to the media was behind the public knowledge of their find.
Cheetah female Wazi with her 4 cubs in the enclosure in Opole Zoo in Opole, Poland, September 4, 2015. After 10 years, eight cheetah cubs were born in Opole Zoo from two female cheetahs Wazi and Mambo.
Photo by Krzysztof Swiderski
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