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Welcome to Woot This Week, where every week we count down five of the coolest/weirdest/craziest items currently for sale on Woot!
And now, without further ado, the top five cool things I found on Woot this week:
It looks like a crazy monster, but it's actually a crazy monster that holds your phone for you. Which is the best kind of crazy monster there is, if you ask me.
Babies: they're everywhere, especially when we fly coach. But how much do we really know about them? Ken Jennings of Jeopardy! fame asked if he could spend April debunking some persistent misconceptions about babies, in hopes that it will persuade the universe to deliver Beyoncé's twins this month. Hey—she cancelled Coachella on doctor's orders. It could happen.
The Debunker: Are Caesarean Sections Named for Julius Caesar?
The Caesarean section is an increasingly popular way to deliver babies in the United States. By 2011, a third of all babies in this country were born via C-section. But the technology isn't a new one. Ancient texts from China, India, Persia, Ireland, and Rome describe a similar technique—though it was inevitably fatal to the mother (and often the child as well) until the modern invention of antiseptic surgery.
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Happy Music Monday! From Scott's point of view, there aren't many bands that feel as spring-like as XTC. So today, since we're comfortably into Spring, Scott's celebrating with a day of XTC! YOU MUST CELEBRATE TOO!
You can just hear the sunshine in the guitar, can't you? I'm not sure there's a better song for lying in the grass and relaxing. XTC is perfect for doing nothing with. Just sit on your porch, balcony or corner stoop and be.
Got four more, coming right up. And then it's your turn to talk about spring.