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Guilty Dogs Caught in the Act. Much funnier than cats in these positions, because cats don't care about guilt.
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The Delicate Architecture of Water Droplets. If we slow down and take a close look, they're works of art.
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32 Crazy Hamantaschen For Purim. With recipe links and a short course in what Purim is about.
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The still-unidentified Technoviking is suing Matthias Fritsch for recording his dance and making him a meme. He rejected a generous compromise deal in the case that may have global consequences for artists.
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Watch 85 Years of Oscar Best Picture Winners in less than 5 minutes. One 2012 movie has some big footsteps to fill come Sunday!
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Wesley Snipes is in prison, but he stars in a new movie this year anyway. In Gallowwalkers, he's an Old West gunman pursued by zombies.
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If you're tired of watching people do the Harlem Shake, you'll get a kick out of how they do it at SeaWorld.
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Rasheda Ali Fights Her Father’s Disease. And she updates us on how Muhammad Ali is dealing with the effects of Parkinson's.
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The world's most expensive cup of Starbucks coffee. It contains no gold dust or bonus diamonds, but has all the add-ons for a total of $47.30.
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And our first list for StumbleUpon answers some of life's biggest questions.

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These Celebrities Weren’t Dead When Their Obituaries Were Published
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These Celebrities Weren’t Dead When Their Obituaries Were Published. The erroneous reports gave us some enduring celebrity quotes.
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Looking Like a Flapper Meant a Diet of Celery and Cigarettes. For freedom-loving women of the Roaring Twenties, it was worth it to ditch the corset.

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7 Split-Second Movie Jokes You Totally Missed. Production designers know that only avid fans will ever find them on their own.

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Stories Behind 10 Of The Most Haunted Paintings In The World. You don't want to spend too much time staring at them.

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What Would A Guitar Sound Like If You Played 37 Guitar Pedals All At Once? Samuraiguitarist Steve Onotera decided to find out.

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Eddie Putera Recreates People’s Childhood Memories With Realistic Dioramas. His attention to detail is a real delight.

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The Hidden Dangers of Flexible Work Hours. When you can work any time, you risk ending up working all the time.

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38 Facts About Shakespeare’s 38 Plays. We are still learning about them 402 years after his death.

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Scientists Are Pushing For a Ban on Killer Robots
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A Growing Movement of Scientists is Pushing for a Ban on Killer Robots. Separating human judgment from war is a recipe for disaster.

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17 Homes You’ve Seen On TV And What They Look Like Off-Screen. Not shown: the tourists who stop and take pictures.

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The Curious Case of the Law of the Tongue. When orcas help you hunt whales, it's only right to share the meat with them.

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The Hunt for Mexico’s Heirloom Beans. A return to rare and exotic bean varieties has made the humble legume cool.

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Why Restaurants Became So Loud—And How to Fight Back. An ambience designed for "buzz" and "energy" can damage your hearing.

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Should America Go Cash-Free? Digital money is convenient, but total reliance on banks comes with costs.

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10 Out-of-This-World Facts About Plan 9 From Outer Space. What made it a bad movie also made it a lot of fun.

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