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Stay Puft Marshmallow Man in LEGO

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The Stay Puft Marshmallow Man From Ghostbusters Has Been Recreated In LEGO And It Is Awesome. Get a sneak preview before he goes to Comic Con next week.
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A Nonfiction Tour of America: 50 Books for 50 States. Just the descriptions make me feel more knowledgable.
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Thousands Of Containers Fall Off Ships Every Year. What Happens To Them? Let’s go down to the bottom of the ocean and find out.
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You'll Never Believe Which Classic Sci-Fi Author Wrote Dirty Poems. With some sample limericks for your enjoyment.
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Disney World Means Everything to a Special Needs Mom. Other businesses could learn a lot from them about dealing with disabilities.
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The 10 Hardest Habits to Break. With suggestions for doing just that.
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I don’t think this lady gets how the car wash works. Oh, it might get clean, but it might also not work by the time she’s through.
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Warming Glow gives us a list of 11 roles in ten TV shows that were changed in order to fit an actor who impressed the producers. It’s hard now to imagine their original vision for those characters.
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Why you should never, ever pack your kids' suitcases for them. The job will be screwed up no matter what, but at least it won’t be your fault.

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The Y Chromosome Is Slowly Disappearing
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The Y Chromosome Is Slowly Disappearing. At this rate, the male sex has only a few million years left.

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Why Brigham Young University Had a Secret Cola Vending Machine. The Mormon prohibition against certain drinks leaves a lot of room for interpretation.

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How Your Worst Fears Stack Up Against Reality. Select your top three fears, and the app will explain what your odds of dying from each one are.

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London, 1682 vs. Today. The Morgan Map has been overlaid with aerial views of the modern city for comparison purposes.

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The Boy Who Stayed Awake for 11 Days. A science fair project led to a world record that still stands.

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When Nixon Said “Sock it To Me” on Laugh-In. His 1968 appearance opened the door for presidents on entertainment shows.

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The Problem With Perfectionism. The competitive world of college has raised students' standards to a never-ending stress level.

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8 Forgotten Pie Recipes We Should Bring Back. We can make the world a better place with more kinds of pie.

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Breaking Bad: An Oral History
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The Oral History of Breaking Bad. The people behind the groundbreaking show tell its story to celebrate the tenth anniversary of its premiere.

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Why We Didn’t See the Knights of Ren in The Last Jedi. Director Rian Johnson explains that there's nothing nefarious about their absence.

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The Little-Known History of Seafaring Pets. Sailors have been accompanied on voyages by dogs, cats, pigs, chickens, rabbits, and other animals—and not all of them were for dinner.

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A Neopets Romance. This married couple met online when they were 10 and 12 years old.

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How Americans of the 1960s Really Felt About Nuclear Fallout Shelters. Michigan State University surveyed 3514 adults about their feelings regarding preparedness for a nuclear war.

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Why Paris’s Greatest Art Nouveau Metro Stop Is No More. The Bastille station was the greatest of 141 metro stations designed by Hector Guimard at the turn of the 20th century.

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Your Coworkers are Not Your Friends. A bit of formality is appropriate among people who did not choose who they spend all day with.

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10 Graves That Are Remarkably Secure. They keep grave robbers out and zombies in.

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