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A Short History of Long-Haired Music: Amadeus, Part 2

David K. Israel

If you missed our previous installments, check out A Short History of Long-Haired Music archives By the time he reached puberty, Mozart already had three oratorios, nine masses, twenty-three sonatas,

Weird Website of the Week: Kim Jong Il Looking at Things

Ransom Riggs

It's crucial that the autocratic leader of an on-the-verge-of-starving population look like he knows what he's doing, lest the people turn against him.

Charlie Chaplin Goes TRON

Chris Higgins

Last month, Ain't It Cool News announced a contest to "TRON-itize" vintage films. The idea is to take an old film and add CGI TRON-style graphics.

Elephants Can't Stand Ants

Jill Harness

For years, African farmers have been fighting off what just might be the world's largest pests -- elephants.

Dietribes: Brownies

Allison Keene

• By the beginning of the 20th century, chocolate (and tasty treats) were no longer just for the rich.

Brain Game: Like a Checkerboard

Happy December, everyone, and thanks for playing the Wednesday Brain Game. What's the next number in the following sequence (and why)? 1, 13, 41, 85, 145, ? Here is the SOLUTION. SOL

11 Signs, Announcements, and Disclaimers That Are No Longer Necessary

Kara Kovalchik

Can You Name the Arrested Development Characters by Their Chicken Impressions?

10 of the World's Most Expensive Beers

Lucas Reilly

Can You Name The Lyrics To The Original English Pokemon Theme?

11 Geeky Wedding & Engagement Rings

11 Stunning Cakes That Look Exactly Like Other Foods

Jill Harness

18 Stunning Black-Light-Responsive Tattoos

Jill Harness

Quiz: Big 4 Team Geographic Names

14 Creative Divorce Cakes

Jill Harness

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