Ripley's Believe It or Not by Ripley’s Believe It or Not! for September 19, 2023

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    The dude from FL  Premium Member 8 months ago

    Where is everybody? Quiet here

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    jasonsnakelover  8 months ago

    Gesse Jonzales One time I was 83 degrees.

    Wam Sard

    May the Lord be with you as He is with me.

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    ekke  8 months ago

    I certainly hope, what with this year’s drought, that Sam Ward of New Braunfels, Texas uses water from that cloud in space!

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    Dean  8 months ago

    If the ice is blue, it came from an airplane.

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    zerotvus  8 months ago

    Sam has the right idea……

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    goboboyd  8 months ago

    The horror! Has a GoFundMe been setup to repair the dented gutters and therapy for the trauma?

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    mindjob  8 months ago

    If you’re looking for spring water, forget it. That water is 12 billion years old.

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    LAFITZGERALD  8 months ago

    Wow!!

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    moondog42 Premium Member 8 months ago

    Just remember to pronounce the town name the proper Texan way, you have to add an S: it may look like New Braunfels but it’s pronounced New BraunSfels

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    FassEddie  8 months ago

    It’s gonna be a hoot when they find out how much frozen water is on the moon. wouldn’t it be neat if it was basically a dirty ice cube?

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    stamps  8 months ago

    Weather forecast for Andromeda galaxy – cloudy with a chance of heavy showers.

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    Nose Cone of Silence   8 months ago

    Off to investigate the fascinating water cloud discovery…

    … and here we are:

    Check out NASA-dot-gov, then Astronomers Find Largest, Most Distant Reservoir of Water

    Simply gob-smacking, this existence!

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    Jogger2  8 months ago

    I searched, and found a news item about the ice falling. The chunk of ice was about the size of a human head before it hit the house and broke up. So, if that drawing was a photograph, the ice would be a lot closer to the camera than the house.

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    Sherlock5  8 months ago

    So, Mr. Ward only works under pressure?

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