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The funniest internet reactions to the birth of the Prince of Cambridge. From the indications of thrown bones, his name might well be Simba.
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Walter White had a gun pointed in his face in every season of Breaking Bad. A stunning pictorial of how he reacted to each occasion shows how far the character has evolved in the series.
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The YouTube channel Pronunciation Book has changed into an ominous and unsettling mystery machine. Each day it counts down to -something no one yet knows.
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The AV Club's Pop Pilgrims make a pilgrimage to the locations where The Room was filmed. There's nothing like feeling closer to the worst movie ever made.
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What would you do if you suddenly saw a guy who walked around with his body in two pieces? Illusionist and prankster Andy Gross shows us how some folks reacted.
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According to a new study, 23 and 69 Are the Happiest Ages. Might that be happiness at being done with school and being done with work?
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A brief history of our obsession with human-powered flight. Deep down inside, many of us want to soar like the birds.
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8 Stars and Their Second Careers. After gathering fame and riches, talented people can do what they really want, like math or metal detecting.

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Why Hospitals Started Displaying Babies Through Windows
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Why Hospitals Started Displaying Newborn Babies Through Windows. And why we don't want the custom to die out.

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When London Bridge Moved … to Arizona? The entire stone bridge was dismantled, shipped, and rebuilt in the American desert.

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The Tom and Jerry Story. Almost 80 years later, we still enjoy the cat-and-mouse game.

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11 Geographic Markers That Are Totally Inaccurate. It could be a mistake, a matter of convenience, or the shifting earth.

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5 Sequels That Introduce Huge Plot Holes To The Originals. You'd think that someone somewhere would be in charge of making film franchises internally consistent from one movie to the next.

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Zero-G Blood and the Many Horrors of Space Surgery. We'll have to be ready for it if we're going to Mars.

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Meet the Man Who Has Lived Alone on This Island for 28 Years. In 1989, Mauro Morandi's catamaran drifted onto Budelli Island in the Mediterranean Sea, and he never left.

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14 Huge Facts About Elephant Seals. They stand out even among weird marine animals.

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Peanuts Aren't Nuts
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Why aren't peanuts classified as nuts? Turns out, they're closer to green beans than you think. Peanuts are biologically legumes.

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What This Company Is Offering Employees Is Raising a Privacy Debate. Would you let your company implant a chip in your hand?

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Your Roomba is Spying on You. The devices have been gathering information about your home, and that data could be more valuable to Roomba maker iRobot Corp than the sales of its vacuum cleaner.

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The Legend of The Fatal Sisters: Voodoo practitioner Marie Laveau put a curse on plantation owner De Coucy, swearing his bloodline would die out, but he ignored it.

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Are Helicopter Parents Ruining Summer Camp? Kids don't mind giving up their cell phones for the week, but it really bothers parents.

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He Thought Butternut Squash was Cheese: Funny observation of the daily struggles of customer service employees and the fact that the customer is not always right.

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Why you should vacation somewhere new, unexpected, and totally out of your comfort zone.

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15 Monumental Facts About the Lincoln Memorial. One tidbit: The project took a long and winding road from idea to finished structure.

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