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The Year's Best Yearbook Shenanigans

Introducing The Internet’s Class Of 2013 Yearbook MVPs. The best quotes, secret messages, pop culture references, and typos in yearbooks that went viral.
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22 Absolutely Essential Diagrams You Need For Camping. Memorize these and you'll have no need for room service at the Marriott.
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Jukebox superhero: 26 songs about Superman. What better evidence is there that he's the perfect guy?
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A British man tried to get into his locked New Zealand apartment by climbing through the balcony. Instead he fell from the 15th floor -and survived!
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Russia's White Sea is cold, full of life, and lit in an otherworldly green. Take a look from underneath the surface in a collection of fascinating photos.
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Nailed it: 33 pictures that make no sense. Or then again, maybe they do, in that they prove the world is full of things make no sense.
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Is this guy the worst airplane cargo handler in the world? Let's hope so, for the sake of packages everywhere.
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13 Gorgeous Mountain Retreats Around the World. If you can't go live there, you might as well dream.
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How would you like a robot cat? This model developed in Switzerland has all the right moves, but disturbingly, does not have a head.

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Marvel
The Battle of New York: An Avengers Oral History
Marvel
Marvel

The Battle of New York: An Avengers Oral History. It took a huge team of professionals to pull it off.

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The Mountain Man Who Outran His Captors Barefoot and Naked. John Colter had to think fast to escape Blackfoot country.

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A Program to Guide You to College Success. First-generation college students do much better when they have personal guidance from trained counselors.

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When Don the Talking Dog Took the Nation by Storm. He only knew eight words, but was the hit of the vaudeville circuit.

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A Spring Drive in Nepal. A driver must have nerves of steel to avoid waterfalls cascading over the mountain road.

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The Heart-Racing Drama of Dissecting a Beached Whale. Dr. Joy Reidenberg shares stories from her unique job.

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The Robot-Operated Power Plant of the Future. One is already being built in Japan.

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7 Times People Were Awarded Lifetime Supplies Of Things. That's the way to make a few lifetime fans.

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iStock
What Are Mercury's Mysterious Red Spots?
iStock
iStock

What Are Mercury's Mysterious Red Spots? Data from the MESSENGER probe proves the tiny planet is more interesting than we ever knew.

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How Antonio Banderas Conquered His Fear of Playing Picasso. The role of his hometown hero was intimidating before now.

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What Kind of Town Elects a Cat as its Mayor? The kind of town Talkeetna, Alaska, is.

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Where the Amish Go on Vacation. A neighborhood in Sarasota, Florida, is the place for an annual respite from normal work.

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8 Serious Hollywood Scenes That Looked Hilarious Before CGI. Don't let a look behind the scenes ruin your suspension of disbelief.

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A Cat Walks Into a Deli ... And the clerk helps him select a choice cut of meat.

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How Charles Dickens Imagined a Westworld-like Robot Theme Park Back In 1838. The Mudfog Association proposed using automatons to provide immersive entertainment.

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The Jewish Psychic Who Tricked Hitler. Erik Jan Hanussen was a master at manipulating gullible people, up to a point.

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