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Artificial intelligence is now trying to make sense out of the mess that is Congress

Artificial intelligence is now trying to make sense out of the mess that is CongressGoverning is hard. Predicting what the, ahem, disjointed members of Congress are going to do on any given day is even harder.  So why not give your noggin a little rest and let artificial intelligence do it for you? SEE ALSO: Microsoft CEO says artificial intelligence is the 'ultimate breakthrough' Enter PredictGov, a website that uses machine learning to try and determine the future of congressional bills. Will they pass? Won't they? Now you can spend your time only freaking out about, say, the erosion of your privacy thanks to Congress, instead of all the additional garbage that may or may not get signed into law.  Pretty neat, huh? (As an added bonus, all that extra cognitive space will come in handy as you prep for the inevitable eco-apocalypse).  The brainchild of Vanderbilt University law Professor J.B. Ruhl and computer scientist and doctoral candidate John Nay, PredictGov is more than just some rando-pundit dude's attempt to sound smart on cable TV.  There's
data in them thar hills.  "It pulls from decades of congressional data plus hundreds of variables, including the bill’s sponsor, amendments, economic trends and political shifts," reads a press release. "Each bill’s score updates every 24 hours, accounting for amendments that jump on or off." But what, other than the aforementioned aid in disaster prep, is this service good for? Well, potentially a lot.  "Based on our deep learning A.I. system, we provide updated predictions for the bills currently under consideration, assigning each a chance of being enacted," the website explains. "This freely available resource allows you to focus on legislation that is likely to matter and offers a glimpse into the power of our more advanced subscription-based tools." In other words, it could save you from lobbying against the latest congressional monstrosity that has little-to-no chance of passing and allow you to focus on one that does.  As to the accuracy of PredictGov's predictions? It may be too early to say for sure, but either way it lets you outsource one more cognitive task. And that, in these confounding times, is a big ole plus.  WATCH: This inventor built a real-life 'Iron Man' suit and it's awesome

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Rats Beware: These Broom-Toting College Students Don’t Mess Around

This plan is as elaborate as the Mousetrap board game.

A group of college roommates attending Duquesene University in Pittsburgh faced a daunting problem when a large rat moved in to their space. Instead of cowering in fear at the threat ― like many would ― they banded together to defeat the “Rat King.”

Their plan required patience, precision, and a ridiculously clutch sweep of a broom. The women blocked off the “Rat King’s” route and prepared for battle.

“We were all freaking out,” Jody Mackin told Buzzfeed News.  

After they set the trap, Mackin and her friends sprung into action. Video shows the rat flopping down the stairs like a rag doll before the boyfriend of one of the roommates sweets the animal outside.

Many Twitter users hailed the women as heroes for creating the ingenious trap.

 But some felt sorry for the rat.


But many were happy that the rodent escaped intact.

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One Move From Trump Could Mess Up This Couple’s Wedding Bigly

Roozbeh Aliabadi, 32, spoke out via Twitter on Wednesday to put a face on President Donald Trump’s forthcoming executive order on immigration, which would temporarily ban the issuing of visas to people from certain countries.

Here’s what it looks like for this U.S. citizen: 

Aliabadi, who has lived in the U.S. since he was a teenager, is a managing partner at a consulting firm. He met his wife, Zhinous, two years ago, at a party at his aunt’s house in Iran.

“I was a little tipsy, but I saw her from across the room and went up to her and said ‘I don’t even know your name or who you are, but I know you are going to be the mother of my children,’” Aliabadi told The Huffington Post.

Zhinous, an architect, just laughed, Aliabadi says.

But the two began a relationship, and last June they were legally wed before a notary in Iran. That’s when Zhinous applied for her permanent residency card for the U.S.

Their plan, Aliabadi says, was to have a small formal wedding ceremony in the U.S. to celebrate with friends and family, and then drive up the California coast in an old classic car for their honeymoon.

“She got notice on Jan. 17 ― while Obama was still president ― that [U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services] approved her for permanent residency,” Aliabadi said. “We were thrilled ― we even made jokes about getting in under the wire of Obama’s presidency.”

In order to come to the U.S., Zhinous would need an immigrant visa, and the issuance of those visas could be put on hold thanks to Trump’s expected executive order.

“In a nutshell,” Aliabadi said, “it will mean no entry.”

He says he and his wife haven’t sought legal advice, and they have no idea to what extent the order might be enforced. “Trump is signing the executive order as a national security matter,” Aliabadi said. “He is acting within his authority… [There’s] not much we can do to challenge it, although Congress can overturn it.”

“This is really impacting us,” he added. “I was upset. I don’t usually tweet out personal stuff. But I figured that if Trump can tweet, so can I.”

His message to the new president: “Thanks to you, I can’t have my wife here. One day we will tell our kids about what President Trump did to us as newlyweds. I hope that in the end, we can say kind stuff.”

His tweet, which as of Thursday had more than 100,000 impressions and had been retweeted more than 1,000 times, clearly touched a nerve.

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It’s ‘a Very Sad, Crazy Mess’: Rob Kardashian Is ‘Crazy Suspicious’ of Blac Chyna, Which Leads to Fights: Source

Although Rob Kardashian has made an emotional plea to Blac Chyna after he claimed she “took the baby, took the whole nursery we built” out of their shared home on Saturday, a source tells PEOPLE that the 29-year-old new father is often the cause of their drama.

“He has absolutely been the instigator in most of their past fights,” says the source. “His emotional problems takes over and he lashes out at Chyna over ridiculous stuff.

“Chyna just had a baby and he keeps fighting with her over ridiculous things,” the source added. “It’s like he just can’t help himself. Whenever he gets along with Chyna, he finds a way to ruin it. He is crazy suspicious and doesn’t trust her at all … Now he keeps fighting with her over issues that his family had from the beginning. He doesn’t trust that she actually loves him and that their relationship is only about money to her.”

The source continues, “But it just seems it’s kind of too late to have these issues now. Rob is a dad and that should be his focus. He cries now that he misses his baby, but he isn’t mature enough to not start fights with Chyna in the first place. It’s just a crazy mess. A very sad crazy mess.”

The source adds that Kardashian has been crying about his fight with Chyna to his family.

“It’s just sad that he treats the mother of his child like this,” the source said.

Throughout their tumultuous relationship, the couple have had many ups and downs due to their differences.

“Rob and Chyna are like oil and water,” another source tells PEOPLE. “They just bicker constantly. It’s not healthy.”

However, the source adds that the duo are very savvy about the fact that their public fighting brings increased attention to their reality show Rob & Chyna, which was recently renewed for a second season, and they are on top of future storylines. (Both Chyna and Kardashian posted on social media promoting the series’ baby special on Sunday night after their public fight.)

On Saturday, Chyna’s Instagram account was hacked, with the anonymous hacker claiming she had left Kardashian. The hacker also said they were going to “expose” the reality star and how she was using Kardashian while allegedly cheating on him with other men — although the conversations that were posted  in the “hack” didn’t show any signs of infidelity on Chyna’s part. Chyna later confirmed that the private messages and text conversations the hacker leaked were real, and even implied that Kardashian was involved in her “hack.”

After the hacker released her messages, they pointed fans to check out Kardashian’s Snapchat, where he posted a series of videos of himself walking around his empty home. Appearing visibly upset, Kardashian claimed Chyna “took the baby, took the whole nursery we built.” He also said Chyna wasn’t letting him see their daughter.

“She blocked me or else I would ask to see her and she has the guard gate not letting me in the gate either. I just miss baby Dream,” he wrote.


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Here Is An Elegant Solution To The GOP’s Debate Mess

Dear Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus,

It has come to the attention of basically everybody that the Republican presidential candidates and the RNC are displeased with how the primary debates have gone. On Sunday, a meeting will take place amongst representatives of the campaigns to figure out a new system that is less unwieldy and adversarial and more equitable.

In the spirit of finding a solution that could satisfy all parties involved – including the media – let me offer the following proposal that I came up with in between drinks last night:


What the f**k is that, you ask? It is a debate process that simultaneously rewards the front-runners while not disadvantaging the low-polling horde. It creates equity of time among candidates while allowing them more leverage in choosing a moderator. It keeps the debates at a reasonable length while simultaneously adding elements of drama.

In short, it’s perfect.

Here is how it works. 

  1. You hold two debates, back to back, each for an hour and a half.
  2. There is a different moderator for each debate.
  3. The top two polling candidates, in terms of national polling averages, are split up into different debates.
  4. The top polling candidate is given a choice: choose the time and moderator for their debate or get first selection on one fellow candidate to have in their debate.
  5. Once that choice is made, the top two candidates alternate picks to select their debate competitors.
  6. Selections continue until all candidates are chosen.
  7. And then, you debate!

Pick-Up Debate Ball alleviates many of the concerns campaigns currently have about the debate structure. It would result in more debate time for the candidates. Instead of 120 minutes (two hours) divided between 10 candidates (12 minutes per candidate) you will have 90 minutes divided between seven candidates (12.9 minutes per candidate). And unlike a current proposal to have the field draw straws as a way to break into two equal-sized groups, Pick-Up Debate Ball ensures that each of those equal-sized groups will have at least one major candidate to help draw an audience.

Most importantly, Pick-Up Debate Ball would add a layer of strategic decision-making that could give voters insights into how the candidate’s mind operate. Imagine the mental gymnastics Donald Trump will undergo deciding if he prefers ABC’s Jonathan Karl questioning him or the opportunity to whack into George Pataki for an hour and a half? You could air it on television. People would tune in from around the globe.

Chairman Priebus, I can sense you warming up to the proposal. But you’re not quite sold. It seems risky; perhaps a bit sophomoric for a political party. Well, let me provide you a mock draft to illustrate the wonderful possibilities.

Trump (Round 1 pick): George Pataki.
He is the political equivalent of what Adrian Peterson is to fantasy football leagues, only in the inverse.

Carson (Round 1 pick): Former Sen. Rick Santorum (R-Penn.)

He is the Le’Veon Bell to Pataki’s Peterson.

Trump (Round 2 pick): Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.)

Trump would make this selection either to reveal Graham’s cell phone number to an even larger audience or to have a foreign policy contrast.

Carson (Round 2 pick): Jim Gilmore.

Then, after being told that Gilmore still hasn’t qualified for the debates, Gov. Mike Huckabee.

Trump (Round 3 pick): Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.)

This is a natural selection for Trump, who loves having Paul as a foil.

Carson (Round 3 pick): Former Gov. Jeb Bush (R-Fla.)

Upset that a fellow doctor – Paul — is off the board, Carson picks Jeb to have someone with roughly the same energy level on stage with him.

Trump (Round 4 pick): Gov. John Kasich (R-Ohio).

Trump wants to once more tell him that fracking rescued his state and his political future.

Carson (Round 4 pick): Gov. Bobby Jindal (R-La.)

It’s a dangerous pick, for sure. Jindal’s relegation to the undercard debates has hid the potential danger he poses for fellow candidates on the big stage.

Trump (Round 5 pick): Carly Fiorina

Trump risks being accused, once more, of being a crass sexist during a debate. But he decides that if his business record is going to come up in the debate, he’d like to deflect criticism down the podium to the former Hewlett-Packard CEO.

Carson (Round 5 pick): Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.)

Having chosen Jeb Bush, Carson decides to bring Rubio to his debate, too. They’ll go at each other, he reasons, leaving him unscathed and above the fray.

Trump (Round 6 pick): Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas)

Trump is no dummy. Cruz has been playing nice to him for months now. He’s shocked the senator fell into his lap in Round 6. But he’ll gladly take him.

Carson (Round 6 pick): Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.).

Unlike playground basketball, there is glory, not shame, in being the last pick in Pick-Up Debate Ball. Congrats, governor.

Final debate groupings:

Group 1: Carson, Santorum, Huckabee, Bush, Jindal, Rubio, Christie.

Group 2: Trump, Pataki, Paul, Graham, Kaisch, Fiorina, Cruz.

Now, Chairman Priebus, I know what you’re thinking. Why did you pay lawyers and aides at the RNC the thousands upon thousands of dollars to come up with a debate structure that failed, when this brilliant idea was right there?

I don’t know the answer to that.

All I know is that, I’m happy to give you Pick-Up Debate Ball for a fee much smaller than anything you paid to put together the current system. Just have The Huffington Post moderate one round. What a steal!

Sincerely yours,

Sam Stein

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Bullmastiff Snitches On French Bulldog For Toilet Paper Mess, Gives Tattling A Good Name

This dog is a rat.

A bullmastiff hilariously appears to point the paw of guilt at a French bulldog when asked who made a big toilet paper mess.

Sure, the French bulldog looks awfully and adorably culpable, but there’s no need for tattling, unless of course it’s done in the funniest way possible.

So props for the sweetest snitching ever.


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9 Simple Hacks That Will Help Organize That Mess You Call a Closet

By: Christopher Discipio

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It’s finally time to get your organizational act together and clear the clutter. Not only does having clothes strewn about everywhere look unsightly, it’s also incredibly inefficient because a) you’re not even really sure what you own, and b) even if you did know, you wouldn’t be able to access the clothing anyways. The 9 simple hacks below will transform your mess into a lean, mean, coordinated machine so you can actually wear what you’ve spent your hard-earned cash on.

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1. Call your local plumber
What you need: PVC pipe and a pipe cutter/hand saw.
What it does: Creates a handy storage compartment for your watches, belts, suiting accessories, etc.

You can store the tubes of piping in a drawer, plastic container under your bed, in a box on your desk, etc. If you do indeed store ’em in a drawer or something with a cover, measure the height of the compartment and cut your pipe accordingly. Roll up your belts and ties, use them to hold watches, tie bars, and other assorted jewelry. You could even put one near your front door to act as a catchall for keys, change, etc.

2. Use a pegboard
What you need: A pegboard and pegboard hooks.
What it does: Creates a space to hang and store clothing, accessories, etc.

Install it on your bedroom wall and hang up tomorrow’s outfit so it’s ready to go the next morning. Use it to store jewelry and other small items (ties, scarves, etc.). A pegboard and a few hooks results in an invaluable space to hang, well, just about anything.

3. File your t-shirts
What you need: Hands.
What it does: Makes storing your t-shirts more efficient.

Instead of storing them in the traditional fashion, put your t-shirts in the drawer using a filing system. This allows you to fit more shirts and get a much better sense of what you own (so you don’t continuously wear the same six tees).

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4. Drink up
What you need: An empty cardboard wine box.
What it does: The box that got you drunk becomes a place to store your shoes, ties, belts, accessories, etc.

A 12 bottle wine box will hold six pairs of shoes (one shoe per slot). You could also use it to store off-season items, ties, and belts. Keep it under your bed so everything stays out of the way.

5. Get your hanger game up
What you need: Identical hangers in different colors and/or closet organizers.
What it does: Helps sort your clothing by type, color, and occasion.

There are three routes you can take here. Either you can buy the same exact hanger in different colors to coordinate your clothing (i.e. shirts on blue hangers, pants on white), or you can use closet organizers to separate everything. But the ultimate step in clothing management is to utilize both techniques. For example, put all your shirts on blue hangers and use closet organizers to further separate them into work shirts, going out shirts, etc.

But, regardless of the route you choose, always sort your clothing by color to make everything more accessible and tidy.

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Daniel Radcliffe Has Probably Traveled Through Time Just To Mess With Us All

Are we sure time-turners don’t exist? Because Daniel Radcliffe looks an awful lot like the men and women in these old-timey photos unearthed by people on Reddit.

For a man who once wore the same outfit for months just to mess with the paparazzi, we wouldn’t put it past him to pull a prank of this scale — if, you know, magic were real. Which it’s not. Probably.

We’ll have to wait for October to roll around for his next onscreen performance, but maybe there’s a yellowing snapshot in an old shoebox tucked away in someone’s attic waiting to be discovered before then.

“Not-Daniel Radcliffe” was really living it up in the past …

Listening to some jams in the 1940s.

Reddit user gaztruman posted this supposedly 70-year-old photo of a crowd at Band on the Wall Manchester, a music venue.

Kidding around with some pals.

Reddit user microwavetea posted this photo, captioned “My grandma is a time-traveling Daniel Radcliffe.” That guy in the middle did not get the joke.

Making the most of those golden high-school days.

Pictured above with a wee Andy Samberg, Reddit user tackytick says they found this photo in an old yearbook from 1978.

Looking prim and proper with a string of pearls — and some very familiar glasses.

Reddit user gurbla posted this photo of a time-traveling wizard!!! respectable gentlewoman.

Posing prettily for the camera.

According to Reddit user Waldenponds16, this is lady is a prostitute in the 1800s. All we see is Harry having some fun.

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