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Morning Cup of Links: Bacon for Thanksgiving

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50 Thanksgiving Foods Full Of Bacon. Plan your menu around them -it's the American way.
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Living with Jigsaw can be really tiresome. No one should have to put up with that puppet just to split a rent check.
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Does The New $100 Bill Predict A Nuclear Attack On New York City? Only if you are a conspiracy theorist who likes to connect dots that aren't on the same page.
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Wikipedia banned 250 users who were getting paid to promote certain products. They are also working on ferreting out editors who don't know what they are doing.
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When your girlfriend sells crafts on Etsy, you will probably be asked to model them. You're not alone; you're just one more Sad Etsy Boyfriend.
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15 Photos of Spiders Battling Dangerous Foes. Tiny epic battles to the death are going on right under our noses.
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Your Pop Culture Halloween Costume Guide. If you're going to do a popular costume, you must pull it off better than the next person with the same idea.
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What America could learn from Japan's sex deficit. Our birth rate is sliding, too, just not as steeply.
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Historic Vampires. Well, the legends had to have come from somewhere!

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17 Pieces Of Advice For New Dads
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17 Pieces Of Advice For New Dads That Are Actually Really Helpful. You can never spend too much time bonding with your child.

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Raccoon and the Light. The cute animated story of a raccoon that found a flashlight shows what forest creatures do in the dark.

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Behind the Scenes at the National Zoo’s Kitchen. Catering to the needs and preferences of 1800 animals is no picnic.

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The Stanford Prison Experiment was Massively Influential, But Fraudulent. Shocking experiments become classics, while their irregularities and the failure to replicate their results are barely noticed.

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4 True Crime Stories Starring Famous Historical Figures. Featuring Abraham Lincoln, Arthur Conan Doyle, Queen Elizabeth, and Colonel Sanders.

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Bark In The Park Event Goes Sideways. What could possibly go wrong when you combine good dogs and flying baseballs?

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What Do Women Want? Pockets! There's no good reason we can't stash a phone as easily as men do.

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Why Father's Day Was 58 Years in the Making. It wasn't an official holiday until 1972!

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The Day the Sun Erupted
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The Day the Sun Erupted. Every 11 years or so, plasma will spew hundreds of thousands of kilometers out from the sun's surface.

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The Hidden History of Shanghai’s Jewish Quarter. The city welcomed refugees from Nazi persecution when no one else would.

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The 10 Most Deceptive PR Campaigns in History. Watch out for the dehydrated cane syrup from a banana republic!

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The Saga of the MPR Raccoon. One wild animal in downtown St. Paul brought thousands of people together.

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The First Look At Wonder Woman 2 Sees a Surprising Hero Return. What could have been a spoiler is now the main promotional hook.

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The History of Flexi Discs. Sound recordings on the cheap alternative to vinyl were good for everything from marketing to Cold War smuggling.

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30 Iconic Performances That Were Actually Plan B (Or Plan Z). In the end, the right person got to play the role or sing the song.

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9 Alarming Facts About Coral Reef Bleaching. The cascading disaster affects all parts of the ocean's ecology.

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