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The Axe Cop show will debut July 27th, and it looks to be pretty good. How funny will it be when a concept from a five-year-old beats out the professional network brainstormers?
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21 Reasons Why Kali Is The World's Cutest Orphaned Baby Polar Bear. All you have to do is look at him to know it.  
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Which Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce Employee Are You at the Office? Knowing where you fit in will get you ready for the premiere of Mad Men this Sunday.
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What does the label "organic" on your food really mean? Often it means that you feel better about eating it.
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A college student went to a clinic over chest congestion and got a full pelvic exam and tests for pregnancy and STIs. Is this defensive medicine or just plain slut-shaming?
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Publisher's Weekly has named Square Books in Oxford, Mississippi, as the Bookstore of the Year. I bet they have a cat.
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11 historical firsts on Mount Everest. More people are breaking barriers and setting records, but the climb is just as difficult as it always was.
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Fun with Venn and Euler Diagrams. And a refresher course on the difference between them.

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How to Enjoy Baseball When Your Team Really Sucks
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How to Enjoy Baseball When Your Team Really Sucks. There's always something good to focus on.

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Two Centuries Before Mandela, This Xhosa Hero Died Escaping Robben Island. Makhanda was arrested in 1819.

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Nikola Tesla's Cat and Other Feline Fascinations. Quite a few cats have left their mark on history.

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The Best Notes Found in Used Books. The marginalia includes criticism, recommendations, dedications, out-of-context communications, snark, spoilers, secret code, and jokes.

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Batman Wants To Join the Marvel Universe. But is he good enough to get in?

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See the Winners of the Dog Photographer Of The Year Awards. Judging must have been difficult, because they are all good dogs.

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These Drawings By J.R.R. Tolkien Bring Middle-Earth To Life. Was there no end to the man's talents?

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10 Travel Apps for Trotting the Globe on a Budget. The internet is a shortcut to finding the best bargains, no matter where you are.

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How James Cameron Crafts Perfect Sequels
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Aliens and Terminator 2: How James Cameron Crafts Perfect Sequels. There's still no hope for another Titanic story.

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How Exactly Does Binary Code Work? Learn how "off" and "on" leads to everything you see on the internet.

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25 Years Ago, Sleepless In Seattle Found the Romantic Hiding in the Cynic. Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks made a love story in which the principals didn't meet until the very end.

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When a DNA Test Shatters Your Identity. Unexpected results happen so often that support groups have formed to help people deal with the trauma.

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33 Clever Copycat Recipes For Your Favorite Chain Restaurants. These are particularly helpful when you live far away from those eateries.

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How Inclusive are Beauty Brands Around the World? Depending on where you live, you might not be able to find foundation makeup that matches your skin color.

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Community Plumbing: A Tribute to the Neighborhood Hardware Store. They are a reminder of how real-world skills can be developed to fix what's wrong.

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10 Movies That Were Banned in China. Some of the reasons might have you scratching your head.

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