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Government Guidelines For Yeti Hunting

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Helpful Hints For Yeti Hunters

The United States government is actually on record as once having told Yeti hunters exactly how they may hunt for the mythical beasts and what to do if they find one.

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Something Kim Jong Il May Have Actually Helped Create

Kim Jong Il never missed an opportunity to brag about his “amazing” accomplishments. For example, he claimed to have invented the hamburger. Now he has inspired the creation of a brand new genre: the Unauthorized Autobiography.

Also: If you’ve never seen the documentary created by Vice during a trip to North Korea, it is very interesting and well worth checking out. Here is Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3.

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Ann Landers & Alice Cooper As Pen Pals

Back in 1979, after the famous advice columnist took issue with one of the legendary rocker’s songs, the two exchanged letters on the matter.

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Munch On These Girl Scout Cookie Facts

A few things you may not have known about the seasonal treats. For instance, you can find them with the help of your phone.

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C’Mon, Nobody Misses the Scot-Teas

Here is a list of the Girl Scout cookies that have sailed off into retirement, and are dearly missed. But, really, I can’t believe anyone missed those shortbread cookies.

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The British Version of The Office Is Coming Back

Kind of. The funniest character, David Brent, is making a small return.

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Music Unmasked

Some bands wear really weird, intricate outfits. Here’s what they look like under all that get-up.

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10 Holiday Controversies
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10 Holiday Controversies. What were once personal choices are now public arguments about how it should be done.

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How Zarafa, France’s First Giraffe, Became a Cultural Sensation. Artists across the country wanted to draw or paint her.

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The 6 Big Superhero Movies Of 2017, Ranked From Worst To Best. It's hard to disagree with such a short list, but some fans will.

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When They Tried to Collect on a Nonexistent Debt, This Man Fought Back. Andrew Therrien took the harassment personally, and set out to find out who was behind it.

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Competitive creative dog grooming is an activity that makes dogs into an art medium. The documentary short Well Groomed follows two creative dog groomers through the biggest such contest at Groom Expo.

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Ada Blackjack, the Forgotten Sole Survivor of an Odd Arctic Expedition. She didn't know how to shoot or trap, but she had to make it back to her young son.

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The American Savings Crisis, Explained. Even if we could build savings in this economy, it wouldn't be worth the effort.

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12 Heroic U.S. Military Chaplains. They didn't want to kill, but served by their own sacrifice.

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How Animals are Excavated at the La Brea Tar Pits
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Excavating 101 at the La Brea Tar Pits and Museum. See how paleontologists get those animals out of the ancient asphalt.

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Solving the Mystery of Lyme Disease. When a shocking number of children in one town developed rheumatoid arthritis, doctors and public health officials teamed up to find its cause.

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Horse Feathers: the Marx Brothers at Their Best. The 1932 film is better than its reputation.

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A Child Interviews Her Cat. Any cat owner can relate to the absolute accuracy of the cat's responses.

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10 Reasons Why We Already Know Rey Is a Skywalker. This speculation is derived from clues in The Force Awakens, and contains no spoilers for The last Jedi.

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The Netflix Movie A Christmas Prince is a Hit for All the Wrong Reasons. It might even be worth borrowing a Netflix password.

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Imagining the Jellyfish Apocalypse. As the ocean's ecosystems collapse, they are poised to take over.

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What Was FDR Doing On the "Date Which Will Live in Infamy"? Read how the president took the news of the attack on Pearl Harbor.

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