The Missing Links: Ketchup Goes Kaboom

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The Man That Cues the Laughter
Wally Feresten has been holding up cue cards for cast members and nervous guest hosts on Saturday Night Live for 22 years.

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Bullfighting: In Pictures
No matter if you’re of the opinion that bullfighting is barbaric or a beautiful art form, these startling pictures will probably solidify that opinion. Be warned that some of them are rather graphic.

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Fake Photography As Art
"After Photoshop: Manipulated Photography in the Digital Age” is an exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC. As the Met’s website describes it:

Through today's eyes, we can see that the old adage "the camera never lies" has always been photography's supreme fiction.

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Counterfeit Ketchup Ring Blows Up In Perpetrator’s Face
Literally. Apparently ketchup can spontaneously explode.

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Sweden's Most Infamous Serial Killer—or Serial Liar?
Thomas Quick confessed to 30 murders. So why does one documentary filmmaker believe he might have been innocent?

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He's Got A Giant Arm
San Francisco Giants pitcher—and soon-to-be World Series participant—Matt Cain shows MythBusters stars Tory Belleci and Kari Byron just how accurate his arm is.

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October 23, 2001: Apple Unveils the iPod
Now they’re sold in vending machines. Ho-hum.

October 23, 2012 - 11:30am
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