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Man Becomes ‘Japanese Monkey Spirit’ in Board Game Thanks to Wikipedia Hoax

Kickstarter-funded tabletop game Rising Sun by CMON Limited included a supposed monkey spirit from Japanese folklore named “Kotahi” as a backer-exclusive “stretch goal” piece. A year later, as the game began arriving to backers, it was learned that the “Kotahi” was actually a Wikipedia hoax named after a New Zealand teen.

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Delingpole: Michael Mann Crowdfunds Worst Children’s Book Ever

Michael Mann is writing a children’s book about climate change. Don’t all rush to donate at once – you might break the internet – but he wants you to pay for it through crowdfunding. The book is called The Tantrum That Saved The World.

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Left-Leaning Artists Produce Records to Support Planned Parenthood’s Abortion Mills

A wide range of liberal artists donated their talents for a project to benefit Planned Parenthood, the organization that performed 323,999 abortions in 2014-15, according to its latest annual report, and received $553.7 million in federal health care grants and reimbursements in the year that ended June 30, 2015.

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Lawsuit: Crowd-Funded Skully Liked Lap Dances More than Helmets

The former book-keeper for Skully, the futuristic motorcycle helmet maker, filed a lawsuit this week claiming the company squandered $2.5 million on exotic cars and lap dances, casting doubt on Silicon Valley claims that crowd-funding would bury Wall Street.

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‘Days of War’ Kickstarter Trailer

Watch the Kickstarter trailer for Days of War, a multiplayer first-person shooter paying tribute to World War II classics like Day of Defeat and Medal of Honor: Allied Assault.

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‘The Red Pill’ Filmmaker Started to Doubt Her Feminist Beliefs… Now Her Movie Is at Risk

There is a documentary film on gender movements currently running a Kickstarter campaign that feminism would prefer never sees the light of day. You may be imagining some amateur film made by buffoons bumbling their way through a hit piece on feminism, but you’d be well off the mark. The film is The Red Pill by self professed feminist Cassie Jaye.

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Western Vets Crowdfund Their Journeys to Fight ISIS in Iraq and Syria

The Islamic State’s conquests in Iraq and Syria– from the largest metropolitan areas to the most unassuming villages of both nations– have raised alarm around the world. And as the Kurdish forces on the ground lament a lack of resources necessary to finish the job, their call has summoned a broad coalition of Western military veterans using the internet to fund trips to the front lines of the war on ISIS.