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10 Beauty And Body Care Products That Have Been Around Forever. When you have a formula people like, the only thing that changes is the packaging.
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Intern Magazine Sparks Debate About Intern Culture. At least the interns who write for the magazine will be paid.
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Ruby's 6th birthday was celebrated with a Star Wars party. See the pun-tastic foods and activities in case you might want to try them out yourself.
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A new company is putting ads on toilet paper for public restrooms -including QR codes, because they know you take your smart phone with you. Giving a captive audience something to do is pure genius.
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Mick the Boston Terrier was born with "Swimmer Puppy Syndrome," meaning he was unable to walk, stand, or sit. But with proper therapy, the puppy has learned how to walk on his own.
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A South African citizen is facing deportation from New Zealand because he's fat. Authorities say his weight may put an extra burden on the country's health care system.
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A tampon delivery company released an ad aimed at 12-year-old girls. It's funny, effective, and contains real-life girl talk.
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There once was a show-business fad of exhibiting pigs who could read and do math. The rubes who believed it were entertainment for those who didn't.
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The new trailer for Breaking Bad gives us no clue about what will happen. However, it poetically sets the tone for the TV show's final season.
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8 revelations from inside the Breaking Bad writers' room. Nothing about the new season, but the show's past is just as fascinating.

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Scientists Are Pushing For a Ban on Killer Robots
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A Growing Movement of Scientists is Pushing for a Ban on Killer Robots. Separating human judgment from war is a recipe for disaster.

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17 Homes You’ve Seen On TV And What They Look Like Off-Screen. Not shown: the tourists who stop and take pictures.

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The Curious Case of the Law of the Tongue. When orcas help you hunt whales, it's only right to share the meat with them.

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The Hunt for Mexico’s Heirloom Beans. A return to rare and exotic bean varieties has made the humble legume cool.

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Why Restaurants Became So Loud—And How to Fight Back. An ambience designed for "buzz" and "energy" can damage your hearing.

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Should America Go Cash-Free? Digital money is convenient, but total reliance on banks comes with costs.

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10 Out-of-This-World Facts About Plan 9 From Outer Space. What made it a bad movie also made it a lot of fun.

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Superman at 80: The Real Values of the Man of Steel
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Superman at 80: The Real Values of the Man of Steel. Action Comics #1000 celebrates the anniversary by reminding us of what the superhero is all about.

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North Carolina’s Vollis Simpson Whirligig Park and Museum. Detour your next road trip to enjoy this whimsical attraction.

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The Rise and Fall of the Hormel Girls, Who Sold America on SPAM. The drum and bugle corps made the act of eating canned meat feel patriotic.

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O Moldy Night: A Celebration of Molded Food. Outstanding dishes at an event in North Carolina ranged from the sublime to the disgusting.

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What It's Like To Be Latino In the U.S. The hyphen makes life difficult on both sides.

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A Real-life Lord of the Flies: the Troubling Legacy of the Robbers Cave Experiment. Muzafer Sherif manipulated boys at summer camp to hate each other in the 1950s, but they only learned the truth as elderly men.

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Ten Superstitions of Writers and Artists. They must have worked, since all these people became famous.

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On Pins and Needles: 11 Famous Knitters. The hobby never completely goes out of style.

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