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Ready for a geography lesson? If you’ve ever been confused about the difference between the United Kingdom, Great Britain and England, this video by Colin Grey ( @cgpgrey ) will set you straight in an action packed 5 minutes. His fast talking dialog also covers the commonwealth countries, what it means to be ruled by the crown and more. It might take a few viewings, but with a little work you’ll get this complex 1000 year old system down pat. Click this Venn Diagram by Colin Grey to learn at a slower pace: Source: blog.cgpgrey.com
(CBS) - Scientists are pretty smart folks, which is why whenever they take a break from their research they seem to come up with hilarious pranks. Look at the case of this lab analyst, who starts his day with a pneumatic cannon to the face! The actual prank happens at about 43 seconds into the clip - but as always, the build-up adds to the joke.