62-year-old Sekar has earned himself the nickname ‘Birdman of Chennai’ for his remarkable generosity towards thousands of parakeets. Every day, he hosts a grand feast for 4,000 of the exotic birds at his home in Chennai, India.
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An FOI request filed by website MuckRock yielded 18 pages of the FBI’s file on director Alfred Hitchcock. Surprisingly, the notes on the director weren’t concerned with the obvious: the violent content of his works, that he was a foreigner, etc.
Did you pay extra for a deluxe hotel room that came with a safe? It doesn’t matter how complex you think you four-digit code is, it turns out the safe’s keypad can probably be over-ridden using a secret keyhole that’s surprisingly easy to hack.
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