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Influential Candy Bars

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The 13 Most Influential Candy Bars of All Time. Each has an interesting story behind it.
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A missing GoPro camera was reunited with its owner because his cat pics were identified from a forum. Just one more reason to post pictures of your cat on the internet.
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South Korea’s High School Students Take The Best Yearbook Photos In The World. The goal is to stand out and be remembered.
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Let’s just say catching isn’t this dog’s forte. In internet terms, “He forgot how to dog.”
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The Worst Oscar Smear Campaigns: From Good Will Hunting to The Wolf of Wall Street. Campaigning ahead of the Academy Awards is a game of dirty tricks.
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Crystal Head Vodka comes in a skull-shaped bottle. A forensic artist recreated what its face would look like, complete with that “full of vodka” expression.
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How Wolves Change Rivers Is The Perfect Explanation Of Ecology. A true story of the “circle of life” at Yellowstone National Park.
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Debt collectors are gorging themselves on student loans. High tuition, a struggling job market, and bad policy combine to make former students into indentured servants.
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23 Vintage Photos of People Having Fun in the Snow. Maybe a little inspiration for the next winter storm.

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A Sports Car is Born
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A Sports Car is Born. The story of that car you wanted as a kid, but thought twice about as an adult.

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The Quiet War Against Ownership. Manufacturers want to maintain control over the products they sell you.

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No One Will Bet Against Science on August 21. Even those who deny climate change will be headed to the solar eclipse totality zone.

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A Brief Tour of European Wedding Cake Traditions. You might want to use one to make your wedding more memorable.

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How the Internet Changed the Meaning of ‘Mamihlapinatapai.’ It perfectly summed up an incident we all know, but now is used to describe online behavior.

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Scientists Discovered a Trove of Volcanoes Hidden Beneath Antarctic Ice Sheet. It might be the densest area of volcanoes in the world.

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The Science of Suffering. Research indicates that trauma can affect your descendants for generations.

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10 Snack Foods Originally Sold as Medicines. While they didn't cure anything, they turned out to be pretty tasty.

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2017 College Football Preview
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Here's Your Crash Course on College Football for 2017. Catch up on everything you should know before the first kickoff.

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The Teenager Who Stole Queen Victoria’s Panties. Edward Jones made a reputation for himself by sneaking into the Royal Palace.

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The Stories Behind TV Production Company Closing Logos. The few seconds of video has no purpose other than to serve as a signature.

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Fast Times at Ridgemont High: 35 Years Later. Writer Cameron Crowe and director Amy Heckerling reminisce about the film that launched a dozen careers.

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Adam Ellis is coming to the realization that his apartment building is haunted. Even his cats know someone is there at midnight.

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The Surprising Origins of Kotex Pads. No one wanted to manufacture a product that couldn't be advertised.

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5 Perfect Accessories for Viewing the Solar Eclipse. And you have just enough time to have them delivered.

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This Super-Sweet Watermelon Has a Deadly History. Thieves risked their lives to steal Bradford watermelons in the 19th century.

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