12 Surprising Facts About Anchorman

12 Surprising Facts You Might Not Know About Anchorman. Just in time, because you want to be fully informed before seeing the sequel.
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Penguins Aren’t As Dumb As You Think Because They Know How to Move Like Cars in Traffic. Now if we could only get cars in traffic to move in a logical way…
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The Naughty List: The Most Hated Pop Cultural Icons of 2013. Each with an explanation of what they did to deserve such wrath.
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Is Beyoncé's New Album Saving The Planet? Selling digital downloads first will save a lot of product, packaging, and transportation.
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7 Food Typos That Make Us Cringe. If you're guilty of any of these, you don't have to admit it -just correct it.
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A classic psychological experiment showed how young children are attached to their mothers. Recently, the same experiment showed that dogs are attached to their owners, too …but then there are cats.
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The new movie American Hustle is a fictionalized account of the Abscam sting of the late 1970s. Here's the bare bones story of what really happened.
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Two 7th graders, Olivia Maloney and Cameron Dreyer, made a short film about an eating disorder for a school project. That film, You Are Beautiful, is now gathering awards on the film festival circuit.
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4 tech tools that are disrupting the doctor's office. Our new robot overlords may streamline visits and even save lives.

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Sneaky Ways Restaurants Are Hacking Your Brain
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Sneaky Ways Restaurants Are Hacking Your Brain. Check out 25 subtle tricks that make you spend more.

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Here’s How You Can Help Fight Family Separation at the Border. A list of resources and organizations that need your skills, time, or money.

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5 Things You Didn’t Know About the Summer Solstice. While the days will only get shorter from here, temperatures will still go up.

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The Forgotten Chefs Who Made Chili Con Carne a Tex-Mex Standard. Women running their own businesses gave us an entirely new cuisine.

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You Would Never Expect Killer Whales to Appear Here. Arctic Ocean prey that once fed polar bears is fair game for orcas.

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Brooklyn's Defunct Domino Sugar Plant Opens as Domino Park. Pictures show how an old factory can become a community park and still retain its history.

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First Impressions. Tom Comitta took the first sentence from 268 New Yorker short stories, sorted them, and combined them into one surprisingly cohesive tale.

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The Original Locations of 15 Famous Chain Stores. There might be one near you!

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How Volcanoes Work. The U.S. has 169 "potentially active" volcanoes, but they're not all alike.

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The Internet is Learning an Important Lesson About Service Dogs. We know you're not supposed to pet them without permission, but what if one approaches you?

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That Time the U.S. Postal Service Tried Delivering Mail By Missile. It saved neither time nor money, but that wasn't the point.

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Why You Should Slack Off to Get Some Work Done. The world's most productive scientists and engineers worked only 10 to 20 hours a week.

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Postcards From the Honeymoon Capital Of The World. For many couples, the Poconos was where the Baby Boom began.

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The Dark Side of ‘Service With a Smile.’ Putting on a happy face when you're not feeling it can lead to mental and physical problems.

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A Horror Story About a Shower Curtain. Or it could be a comedy; either way, it needs to be filmed.

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What's the Difference Between a Broadway and an Off-Broadway Show? It's more than just the street address of the theater.

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