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What Ren & Stimpy Changed

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John Kricfalusi changed the face of cartoons when he created Ren & Stimpy.

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The Future of Science Education

Everything you knew in your school science class is now better. No need to dissect a real frog, make a science fair presentation board or stare at that poster of the periodic table.

Also: Here are eight pop culture periodic tables, eight creative periodic tables, and nine strange periodic tables.

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That’s Not the Same Movie

Cracked runs down six examples of that phenomenon where the trailer for a movie doesn’t resemble the actual film itself.

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A Good Old Time

Go inside the world’s most rowdy, raucous retirement village.

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A Penny Saved

This app rounds up every one of your purchases and invests those pennies in the stock market.

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How Many Have You Seen?

Bill Hader made a list of 200 movies every comedy writer should see. How many have you seen?

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I’m Ashamed to Share This

These may be the most dad joke-y of all of the world’s dad jokes. I need to get these into the hands of my father-in-law pronto. I especially like #19.(Via Imgur.)

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For a Brief, Glorious Moment, Camera-Wielding Pigeons Spied From Above
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For a Brief, Glorious Moment, Camera-Wielding Pigeons Spied From Above. Julius Neubronner lost a pigeon and developed avian photography.

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How Many Nukes Would It Take to Send the Earth Spiraling Off Into the Sun? More than we have now, but we can still easily destroy ourselves.

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11 Exercises That Will Strengthen Your Attention. Building useful habits will make you more observant.

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A Classic Animated Film That Explores What Happens When No One Dares to Stand Up to Evil. The Hangman from 1964 illustrates a poem by Maurice Ogden.

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The Extraordinary Life of Martha Gellhorn, the Woman Ernest Hemingway Tried to Erase. She was the only woman on the beach at Normandy during the D-Day invasion.

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Dirty, Dishonest, and Badly Behaved: Sophia Jarvis, Victorian Maid. Did she stand a chance in court against her abusive employer?

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8 Questionable Decisions People Have Made to Keep Playing Pokemon Go. Two years later, it's hard to understand the mania that surrounded the game.

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How Water Could Power Long-Distance Space Travel
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How Water Could Power Long-Distance Space Travel. It's a matter of separating the hydrogen from the oxygen.

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The First Murder Solved by a Fingerprint. La Plata, Argentina, had just set up their new fingerprint department.

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How an Army of Suffragettes Helped Save America From Starvation. The Woman's Land Army sent young women to faraway farms to bring in the crops.

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Full Color 3D X-Rays Are Here. They sound too cool to be real, but seeing one can also give you the creeps.

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19 Unwritten Rules That Everyone Seems To Follow. There are some things that everyone just does, even though they've never been told to, and they certainly have never been told why.

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On The Far Side. You loved the comic, but how much do you know about its creator, Gary Larson?

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How to Make the Perfect Glass of Iced Tea. However, this cold brew method is not compatible with the supersaturated Southern version.

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12 Secrets of Film Editors. We couldn't enjoy a movie without them.

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