The Randoms: Reports of Amazon's Alexa Randomly Laughing

Millennials are eating more than just avocado toast … A new study has found that Millennials have much different eating habits than previous generations. They consume food in restaurants 30 percent more often than their parents, preferring fast-casual restaurants. But when they eat at home, they do include 52 percent more vegetables than their parents, preferring that those vegetables be organic, of course. (Business Insider)


Cheers to this … Matilda Curcia of San Francisco celebrated her 100th birthday this week, and, naturally, she was asked about the secret to her long and healthy life. Her answer? Beer and potato chips. Yesssss! "I have no pain and do my exercises every day," she said. "And have my beer. Eat my potato chips. That's about all." (The Daily Meal


Alexa is laughing at you … OK, this is creepy. So there have been a bunch of reports by Amazon Echo owners recently that claim Alexa has out of the blue just started laughing without any prompt. Here’s the scary thing … there is no chime before she starts laughing, like when she would normally answer a question or request. One user even claimed he was in bed trying to fall asleep and Alexa just started laughing! Another user complained he was having a serious work conversation at home and Alexa just creepily started cracking up. Apparently, she has a bunch of different laughs -- some very human sounding and some extremely witch-like -- almost a cackling. Both Reddit and Twitter are filled with people sharing similar encounters with what seems to be Alexa messing with her users. Yikes! (Buzzfeed)


Looking for a new home? The most expensive home in the country is in the swanky Bel Air neighborhood of Los Angeles -- and it’s set to hit the market with a price tag of $500 million. Nicknamed "The One" by developer Nile Niami, the 105,000-square-foot estate features walls and ceilings made entirely of aquariums filled with jelly fish, an indoor/outdoor nightclub, a four lane bowling alley, 4 pools (one of them is the largest indoor pool in the entire state of California), a 40-seat movie theater, and a moat ... Yeah, like the kind that surrounded Medieval castles. Until it sells, and there's an actual price, the current most expensive house in the U.S. is in the Hamptons in New York. It sold for $137 million. (Newser)

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