Last Week's Most Popular Stories and an Enjoyable Wikipedia Screenshot

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In case you weren't obsessively refreshing all week, here's what you missed:

1. 119 Amazing Facts for National Trivia Day, by Jason English
2. Why Do Dogs Walk in a Circle Before Lying Down?, by Matt Soniak
3. 25 One-Word Answers to Very Important Questions, by Ethan Trex
4. How Do Magic Eye Pictures Work?, by Matt Soniak
5. Why Do Some Radio Stations Begin With ‘K’ and Others With ‘W’?, by Matt Soniak
6. 10 Classic Jeopardy! Moments, by David K. Israel
7. When the Car Radio Was Introduced, People Freaked Out, by Bill DeMain
8. The Stories Behind 11 More Classic Album Covers, by Bill DeMain
9. What Happens to Leftover Campaign Funds When a Candidate Drops Out?, by Ethan Trex
10. 6 Infamous Arsonists and How They Got Caught, by Meghan Holohan
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And I saw this during my regular search for Chia Pet on Wikipedia last night:

Moments after we tweeted out the quote, someone changed it. Fun while it lasted.


January 8, 2012 - 2:21pm
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