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The Food Network's Chris Santos recently threw a cookout in which "a wide range of grilled meats" were wrapped in flour tortillas, including this recipe for Jägermeister Chicken Tacos.

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Billy Joel surprised a high school graduation in Queens, New York, with a question-answer session and two live numbers.

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We don't really need new words for new things. We just MacGyver some existing bits of language to fit our new needs. Examples: telephone, camera, computer and Internet all explained here.

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"They have no mouths" and four more awesome facts about the atlas moth.

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On Friday, schizophrenic Casio keyboard poet Wesley Willis would have turned 50. Here's a retrospective that celebrates the indie artist and defends him from naysayers, dismissing his career as an exploitative novelty.

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In each episode of FX’s It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, there are cryptic messages in the end credits.

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Now that the F.B.I. banned cigarettes in federal penitentiaries, prison gangs are charging sky-high prices for a pack of contraband smokes.

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Speaking of the Bureau, here are photos showing what g-men looked like in the 1930s. 

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The Secret Underground Life of Newborn Meerkat Pups
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The Secret Underground Life of Newborn Meerkat Pups. Nature photographers fitted a meerkat with a camera to get a look inside.

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America’s Secret Ice Base Won’t Stay Frozen Forever. When the glacier hiding it is gone, environmental hazards will be exposed.

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All 11 Versions of the U.S.S. Enterprise, Ranked. With each described in excruciating detail.

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How Tennessee Became the Final Battleground in the Fight for Suffrage. The process was much dirtier than we ever learned in school.

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A Remix in Tribute to Han Solo. He had a lot of great lines over four films, so Eclectic Method gave them rhythm and rhyme.

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Ishmael Beah tells what it was like to go from child soldier in Sierra Leone to high school student in New York. His classmates couldn't figure out why he was so good at paintball.

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A Brief History of Credit Cards. They aren't as old as you might have thought.

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10 Allegedly Cursed Objects. Just keep telling yourself that all the bad things that happened around them could be coincidence.

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How Four Undergrads Got the Scoop on the Unabomber. When news outlets couldn't get to Montana in time, J-school volunteers went into action.

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Kottabos, the Ancient Greek Drinking Game. The skill involved was flinging wine from one's own cup at a target.

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An Acid Trip with Groucho Marx. Yeah, he did LSD. At age 77.

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How Creedence Clearwater Revival Became the Soundtrack to Every Vietnam War Movie. It's not only because those songs take you to that specific era.

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Owen KC Stephens tells a wonderful story about the time an elderly British couple wanted to learn how to play a Star Wars role-playing game. They didn't know what a role-playing game was, but they knew what they were doing.

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These Freaky Fish Can Turn Their Eyes Into Flashlights. The triplefin is tiny, but controls its own super power.

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Unauthorized Dwelling at Yale. Student Allan Kornfeld couldn't afford the dorm charges, so he lived in a campus ventilation shaft for his senior year.

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The Resistance Group That Battled Hitler With Words. The students who worked under the name White Rose paid dearly for their efforts.

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