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|13-Year-Old Boy Gets Hospitalized After Inserting USB Cable Into Penis|
Added: 20.07.2018 3:17 | 6 views | 0 comments
A 13-year-old boy from Heilongjiang Province in north China was recently hospitalized for a rather unusual, and painful reason — to remove a USB phone cable he had reportedly stuck in his penis out of curiosity.
According to a report from the , the teenager, who was merely identified as Duoduo, removed the head of a USB cable and inserted the cord into his genitals. Unfortunately, the boy was not able to remove it, which led to "unbearable" pain and his subsequent admission to People's Hospital in Heilongjiang Province on June 14. Doctors said that the cord got knotted while it was stuck inside Duoduo's genitals, and was long enough to extend into his bladder. The boy was later transferred to Harbin Children's Hospital, where he received emergency treatment.
|Paladins Servers Under Maintenance As Update 1.3 Arrives|
Added: 20.07.2018 2:18 | 5 views | 0 comments
From PlayStation Universe: "Hi-Rez Studios has confirmed that theres currently maintenance scheduled. The Paladins servers are down to prepare for update 1.3. The patch was deployed on PC and the PS4 servers will also be down from 10am EDT."
|How to place a group FaceTime call on iOS 12|
Added: 19.07.2018 22:18 | 10 views | 0 comments
Staring at one person can get boring, so spice things up with up to 32 people!
|Indulge your Snapchat Spectacles curiosity for $60|
Added: 19.07.2018 22:18 | 11 views | 0 comments
Originally $130, these video-recording glasses were all the rage. They could be again, at this price. Plus: Save $20 on a big box of geek loot!
|A tenth of U.S. veteran coal miners have black lung disease: NIOSH|
Added: 19.07.2018 21:07 | 12 views | 0 comments
More than 10 percent of America’s coal miners with 25 or more years of experience have black lung disease, the highest rate recorded in roughly two decades, according to a government study released on Thursday that showed cases concentrated heavily in central Appalachia.
|Adventure Time: Pirates of the Enchiridion (PS4) Review | GamePitt|
Added: 19.07.2018 20:20 | 5 views | 0 comments
Rob Pitt writes: There have been a few Adventure Time games released for various systems over the years, each one providing the shows humour along with a new genre for you to dive into, be it a dungeon crawler, point-and-click or a top-down Zelda-clone.
The gang are all back in Adventure Time: Pirates of the Enchiridion, courtesy of developers Climax Studios and publisher Outright Games, in a brand new open-world action-RPG along the vein of The Legend of Zelda: Windwaker. Specifically aimed at fans of the show and younger children whats the game like for someone who has never seen an episode of the TV show before (me)?
|Adventure Time: Pirates of the Enchiridion Review | Gamereactor|
Added: 19.07.2018 17:35 | 3 views | 0 comments
GR writes: "Even though Climax Studios has made some good decisions, Pirates of the Enchiridion could still use a bit more time in the oven."
|Putting it Plainly: HB Studios on The Golf Club 2019|
Added: 19.07.2018 13:22 | 5 views | 0 comments
The Canadian developer is about to take another swing at the golf sim genre, and this time the studio is holding a PGA-powered club.
|Bus Simulator 18: An Interview with the Developers|
Added: 19.07.2018 11:18 | 7 views | 0 comments
KeenGamer: "Who plays Bus Simulator? We spoke directly to the developer to find out just that. From mainstream sim games like The Sims or Animal Crossing to offbeat titles like Construction Simulator or Train Simulator, simulator games have been rising in popularity. What is the appeal of the sim genre? What does it take to create a simulation of real-life careers and industries? stillalive studios and Astragon Entertainment gives us the answers."
|Two Point Hospital Hands-On Preview - A Shot of New Life for the Sim Genre | CGM|
Added: 19.07.2018 10:18 | 5 views | 0 comments
Two Point Hospital from Sega and Two Point Studios gives a strong case why revisiting classic formulas is not always a bad thing.
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