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Weird News Self-Driving Garbage Can Inspires a Lot of Jokes People Worth Treasuring

18:56  02 october  2019
18:56  02 october  2019 Source:   time.com

Garbage Is Piled So High at This Hoarder's House It's Known as 'Filth Avenue'

Garbage Is Piled So High at This Hoarder's House It's Known as 'Filth Avenue' Neighbors said they're sick of the sight. One Queens, New York, resident has a tower of trash in front of her home and it is driving her neighbors crazy. The piles of garbage in the South Jamaica home are so large, they can be seen on Google Earth., prompting the New York Post to dub the street "Filth Avenue." The woman who lives there, Carminee Bhimull, fights a daily war of words with her neighbors as the mess piles up. There are beer bottles, cans, water bottles and more lining the area, which Bhimull claims is recycling. There are also piles of clothes, food, flowers and cats.

Now, a video of a self - driving garbage can taking itself to the curb is the GIF that has inspired a thousand jokes . It all started when tech news outlet According to the company’s website, “SmartCan eliminates the need to take a homeowner’s garbage can to the curb by providing a plug-and-play

The Self - driving Trash Can is the colloquial name for the SmartCan, a product created by Rezzi that is a trash can that rolls itself to a curb to be collected by trash collectors. After Gizmodo covered the product, a GIF of the product in action spread on Twitter as people joked the can represented things

a basket full of luggage: Wheelie Bins for Recycled Rubbish © lenscap67—Getty Images/iStockphoto Wheelie Bins for Recycled Rubbish

Helen of Troy famously had a face that launched a thousand ships. Now, a video of a self-driving garbage can taking itself to the curb is the GIF that has inspired a thousand jokes.

It all started when tech news outlet Gizmodo tweeted out a story about a new innovation in trash—the SmartCan. According to the company’s website, “SmartCan eliminates the need to take a homeowner’s garbage can to the curb by providing a plug-and-play motorized trashcan attachment and mobile application.” Basically, it’s a trash can that takes itself to the curb on trash day. To showcase its value, the company even released a video showing the robotic garbage can taking itself out, a clip of which Gizmodo shared in its tweet.

Almost a month's worth of rain set to fall on Friday, forecasters warn

Almost a month's worth of rain set to fall on Friday, forecasters warn Some parts of the UK can expect nearly a month's rain on Friday, causing difficult driving conditions and potential flooding. © Other The UK is expecting a washout on Friday with nearly a month's rain set to fall. File pic Forecasters are issuing a yellow warning for between 8am and 10pm in Wales, North West England and South West England. Areas of high ground are expected to see the worst weather. Commuters may be impacted by heavy rain in the afternoon and early evening, which could cause difficult driving conditions on major routes.

Self - driving robotic garbage bin is programmed to take itself to the curb side for pickup. Firm has developed a smart trash can with autonomous abilities. 'We want to help people eliminate unnecessary chores from their daily lives,' said Rezzi CEO and SmartCan creator Andrew Murray.

Plastic garbage cans , which are prone to cracking, breaking, and ending up smelling very awful, are relatively cheap to replace. If the SmartCan ends up costing a few hundred bucks, you might find yourself caring for it more than you do your car, giving it regular baths and ensuring its path to the

While this robot may not take anyone’s job any time soon, the short clip of a self-propelling trash bin was enough to spark a meme as Twitter users caught sight of the self-powered garbage. Some are using it as the new go-to reply meme, others are taking the opportunity to be self-deprecating, others are making political jokes, and the best are using the image to mock their chosen sports team and movies.

Using mobile phones while driving is 'killer behaviour', senior garda warns.
Supt Edmund Golden added motorists accessing social media and videos is a growing and worrying trend . He made the safety appeal at the scene of the most recent fatal road collision at Newtwopothouse, near Mallow in Co Cork. Supt Golden, of the National Roads Policing Bureau, warned there have been 93 road deaths this years, a rise of six compared to the same period in 2018. Labour Senator Kevin Humphreys said Ireland should explore the risks posed by hands-free devices and consider a possible ban like the UK.

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