Now that the space shuttle program is closing up and 585 people are laid off, what will happen to Titusville, Florida? Two very different videos show the state of the town near the Kennedy Space Center.
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Prolific TV writer-producer Sherwood Schwartz died Tuesday at the age of 94. In his honor, here are clips of the five most memorable TV shows he worked on. (via Neatorama)
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An Ontario Family Court judge summarizes a divorce case in 45 pages, which you will want to read in their entirety. Do not skip the footnotes: "A finger is worth a thousand words and, therefore, is particularly useful should one have a vocabulary of less than a thousand words." (via Metafilter)
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The Film Archive has a collection of ads from the 1964 U.S. presidential campaign, promoting both Lyndon Johnson and Barry Goldwater. If you didn't already know who won, you could probably guess from the quality of the TV commercials.
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Juan of the Dead is a Cuban zombie horror/comedy film. It's gory and bloody, and I can't wait to see the whole thing!
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Earth's 'most fearsome predator' lived 185 million years ago. Meet the pliosaur, a "crocodile on steroids," or the kind of monster Sy-Fy would build a movie around.
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From Zippo Cars to the Peepmobile: 7 Bizarre Marketing Vehicles. Ah, the perfect ride to the prom!