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Movies Are Just Getting Dumb & Dumber All the Time

The dumb sequel two decades in the making has officially started filming.

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Don’t Have A Cow

Well, you’ll probably will, without even knowing it.

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Aaaaaaaaaaaaawkward

These sports interviews are nothing if not cringe-worthy.

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The Time Traveling Web Surfer

John Titor is (was?) a time traveler from 2036 that visited the year 2001 by traveling in a time machine built inside of a 1987 Chevy. While there, he spent five months answering questions about the future. Or so the story goes.

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The Cure For A Boring Layover?

Really odd airport art.

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Credit Where Credit’s Due

These IMDB credits are all sort of strange.

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And Now the Breaking Bad Portion of the Links...

The Meth-od to Web Design

Turn any website into a Breaking Bad-ized website.

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Game Breaker

Take a turn as Heisenberg in this Breaking Bad board game.

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What A Conclusion

Here now is a sneak peek of the very end of this Sunday’s Breaking Bad finale. WARNING: No actual spoilers ahead.

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Wouldn’t It Be Funny If...

Breaking Bad ended this way though? Comedians offer up ideas for funny finales.

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Always Wear a Helmet
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Powerful photos to remind you to always wear a helmet.

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In 1838, Missouri witnessed the “Missouri Mormon War.” It was the first of three armed conflicts before the Mormons found their home.

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Hippies, Guns, and LSD: The San Francisco Rock Band That Was Too Wild For the Sixties. The Charlatans were ahead of their time, but flamed out fast.

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Six "Common" Medical Conditions That Don't Actually Exist. Some of them were only named in order to sell you a cure.

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Remembering Hair-Raising Landings at Hong Kong’s Kai Tak Airport. Landing on runway 13/31 was so terrifying, the procedure was called the Kai Tak Heart Attack.

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The Scariest Rides At The Fair, Ranked By An Anxious Man. Mark Shrayber is terrified of carnival rides, yet he can't help but try them.

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The 100 Greatest American Cooks of All Time. Many of the cooks on the list have a full article about them linked, which could keep you busy for some time.

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12 charming coastal towns to visit this summer. Get away from the crowds of tourists for a relaxing getaway.

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11 Fashion Trends of World War I. With the men away fighting, women went for comfort as well as style.

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Mutiny on the Prisoner Ship
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In the 18th century, Britain shipped around 50,000 prison inmates to the American colonies to do hard labor. James Dalton was sent multiple times for theft, and once succeeded in leading a mutiny aboard the prison ship.

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10 Surprising Ways to Lose Your Mind. Mental disorders can be triggered by a wide variety of conditions.

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How a Group of ’70s Radicals Tried (and Failed) to Invade Disneyland. Four hundred police were waiting for the paltry few hundred Yippies that showed up.

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Rocket Launches Look Even Cooler From Space. A satellite recorded images of a Soyuz launch on July 14.

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How Synthetic Fabrics Inspired a Cultural Revolution. Few people remember how much time laundry and ironing used to take.

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Can you solve the counterfeit coin riddle? You probably could if you had plenty of time.

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Ancient ruins keep being 'discovered.' Were they ever lost?

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A Tree That Flowers With 40 Different Fruits. It's not legendary, but a triumph of science and patience.

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