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Friday Happy Hour

Signs in the Workplace

Friday Happy Hour

Signs in the Workplace

WWI Centennial

Bloodbath at Liège

WWI Centennial

Bloodbath at Liège

Tweeting Rainbow

Tweeting Rainbow

Brain Game

Meet Sandy & Kara

Brain Game

Meet Sandy & Kara

All the Pop Songs of TMNT

All the Pop Songs of TMNT

Brain Game

Thu for Thursday

Brain Game

Thu for Thursday

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15 Fascinating Explanations for How Things Found Their Colors

You know pencils are yellow, and nothing points to a classy entrance like a red carpet. But do you know how these items got their iconic colors? Here are their back stories.

20 Future Stars Who Appeared on 'Friends'

Daniel Bettridge

Next month marks 20 years since the debut of 'Friends.' Here are some now-famous faces who appeared in small roles on the show.

15 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About 'Valkyrie'

Sean Hutchinson

You already knew that if you had to pick one action start to assassinate the Nazi high command, Tom Cruise is the easy choice. But you may not have know some of the amazing details about Valkyrie.

11 Wild and Crazy Sandwich Mashups

Miss Cellania

Incredible Photos of the World's Scariest Hike

Robin Esrock the mag

The world's scariest hike is more than an internet meme—it's a 7,000-foot-high cliffside trail in China that will take your breath away.

The Missing Links: The Future of Food

Colin Patrick

What It's Like to Work On a Skyscraper's Antenna

Nick Greene

How Highway Underpasses are Saving Panthers in Florida

Melissa Gaskill

As of June 25, 2014, at least 12 endangered Florida panthers had been killed by vehicles. In 2013, the toll was 15 and in 2012, 18.

"The Hobbit," Soviet Made-for-TV Edition

Chris Higgins

10 Props that Have Been Used in More than One Movie

Rudie Obias

When they need to cut costs, producers will occasionally re-use and recycle props that were used in other films. Here are 10 that keep turning up in movie after movie

Why Do We Drive on the Right in the U.S.?

the mag

Miracle on Ice: The Chilling Promise of Cryonics

David Casarett the mag

It's impossible to resuscitate a frozen corpse. But that doesn't bother the small legion of cryonauts who are betting that an outlaw science will let them live forever.

As German Bombs Fell on Paris, Marie Curie Decided to Go to War

Erin Blakemore

First, Marie Curie tried to donate her Nobel Prize medals. When bank officials refused to melt them down, she donated her prize money to purchase war bonds instead.

On the Scene at the Absolutely Insane Barkley Marathons

the mag

Inspired by a flubbed prison escape, the Barkley Marathon is a ludicrously challenging 100-mile race only a handful of runners have completed. Finishing it twice? That's next to impossible.

11 Facts About the Bone-Eating Bearded Vulture

Rebecca OConnell

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