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HBO GO crashes during "True Detective" finale
The much-anticipated season finale of HBO's "True Detective" aired Sunday night, and fans trying to watch the show using HBO GO were not happy. All they got was a spinning circle on a black screen. HBO GO, the cable network's online streaming service, requires a login and password, and "due to overwhelmingly popular demand," it crashed.
The first season, which starred Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey, received widespread acclaim from critics. Mashable reported last week that McConaughey would not return for a potential season two, which of course made fans extremely curious about what would happen to his character, Detective Rustin "Rust" Cohle, in Sunday night's finale.
"Mars One" is a Netherlands-based nonprofit that wants to establish a permanent human settlement on Mars. Crews of four will depart every two years, starting in 2024 for the one-way trip. More than 200,000 people applied to participate in the project. The only requirement to apply was to be over age 18.
digital short called "Mars One Way" documents the thoughts, theories and fears of five hopeful astronauts -- Cody Reeder, Casey
Hunter, Will Robbins, Katelyn Kane, and Ken Sullivan -- as they contemplate the reality of
leaving planet Earth forever.
According to the project's website, astronaut training will begin in 2015. The participant's ability "to deal with prolonged periods of time in a remote location is the most important part of their training." Once launched, it will be a 210-day flight to Mars.
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High School Hysteria: South Round 2
We're moving on to the second round of our High School Hysteria tournament! Monday is the SOUTH region: Covington Catholic, Boone County, Campbell County, Holmes, Dixie Heights, Simon Kenton, Ryle and Walnut Hills. Voting is from 8 a.m. to 11:59 p.m.
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