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Who parks a car better, men or women? A new study suggests what you've known all along.
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The annual Animal Planet Puppy Bowl on Superbowl Sunday will feature a kitten halftime show. See a series of adorable photographs taken during the taping of the halftime show.
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The film One For the Money managed to get exactly one sort-of-favorable critic's review. The best lines of MovieBuff's review stand alone as comedy gold.
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Obama’s Lean, Mean SEAL Machine. The Navy commandos pulled off another high-profile raid last week, illustrating the president's vision for the military.
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A college student found cocaine in a textbook she ordered from Amazon. And she didn't even have to pay extra for it!
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A new Sweded version of The Phantom Menace was produced in honor of the new 3D theatrical release of the old movie. But it's better because it's free, it's not 3D, and George Lucas isn't responsible for it.
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Remote-control "flying people" are released over New York City. Makes you wish you could be one of them, doesn't it?
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Matthew Broderick reprise his role as Ferris Bueller in a Super Bowl ad. Watch the full-length version and note that the product is prominently but not obnoxiously displayed.
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You'll soon be able to invest in Facebook as the company prepares for its IPO (initial public offering). Its value may soar as high as $100 billion, but is that real, or just a number?
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Masters of Food Art. Their mothers never told them to stop playing with their food.

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Finding Art in Everyday Sights
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Artist Paul Gledhill "draws on" everyday sights for inspiration. See more on Instagram.

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Can You Find the Money in Santa’s Sack in This Hidden Image Puzzle?
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A hidden-object image features rows of Santas carrying sacks.
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Vouchercloud, a website and app for online deals, brings us this holiday-themed test of your vision just in time for Christmas. Hidden among all the identical Santa Clauses carrying sacks of presents, one financially-savvy Santa is carrying a big sack of money. Can you figure out where he is? (Warning: Spoilers below.)

Spot him yet? If you’re stumped, check out the solution below. If this one was a breeze for you, try out a few more hidden-object puzzles here, here, and here. Or if you’re looking for something with a little more real-life relevancy, try to figure out where the snake is in this photo. Happy hunting!

A hidden-object image features rows of Santas carrying sacks with the solution circled in red.

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