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Dress up your own paper version of Yeezy.
One day in 1923, the children of Pittsburgh had the best day ever.
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Before 'Pulp Fiction,' a talking baby comedy briefly resurrected John Travolta's career.
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Chuck Yeager took to Twitter in the days leading up to the 68th anniversary of his record-breaking achievement.
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