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15 Delightful Official State Symbols

Any state can have an official flag, motto, and tree. It takes a particularly delightful kind of place to have its own government-endorsed donut, dinosaur, or marine animal.

30 Cosplays from NYCC '14 So Good They Couldn't Wait for Halloween

Adam Clement

10 Discontinued Beverages Coveted by Collectors

Chris Nesi

These gone-but-not-forgotten libations still have their fan-bases, some of whom shell out pretty serious cash for these vintage potables.

Is it Unhealthy to Stand in Front of a Microwave While it is Cooking?

Alvin Ward

10 Clever Halloween Costumes that Incorporate Amputations and Wheelchairs

Miss Cellania

The Missing Links: Just A Little Jump Into the Pool

Colin Patrick

Zombieland: Rules to Survive

Can you name the rules for surviving a zombie apocalypse from Zombieland?

6 Cool, Chocolate-Scented, or Otherwise Interesting Maps of Chicago

Maureen Monahan

If you think you completely know a city, you might be looking at the wrong map.

Saving A Snake in Disguise

Matt Soniak

Common Answers to "Inside the Actors Studio" Questions

Chris Higgins

The City Nicknames Quiz

Brain Game: The Starched Brain Game

Sandy Wood

Where in the World is Kim Jong-un's Older Brother?

David W Brown

In 2001, Kim Jong-nam was busted with a fake passport while trying to sneak into Japan to visit Tokyo Disneyland. What's he been up to since?

8 Movies That Started Shooting Without a Completed Script

Rudie Obias

Typically, a screenplay is the backbone or blueprint for a movie—but occasionally, a film will go into principal photography without a finished script, with writers frantically trying to complete scen

The Time Teddy Roosevelt Got Shot in the Chest, Gave Speech Anyway

Adrienne Crezo

"But fortunately I had my manuscript."

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