Back in March of 1998, the Mystery Science Theater 3000 gang paid their own oddball homage to Andy Rooney, rest in peace, with a "Rooney-off."
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Using data from a nationwide study of 7,000 people, economics professor Jay Zagorsky discovered that the "freshman 15" phenomenon is a big fat lie.
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When it comes to flower longevity, a little crushed Viagra added to the water goes a long way.
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Not every sports fan is content to stick with such old standbys as baseball, basketball, and football. Here are 10 strange but real sports you probably haven't heard of.
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When Ron Seys went to pay his 16-year-old traffic ticket, the Iowa native might have been unaware of the “no more than $3 in pennies can be used for payment" sign -- because he showed up with a giant bag of pennies.
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Some fans hope that Tower Heist will return Eddie Murphy to his glory days. Others worry that the Beverly Hills Cop has simply become hopeless.
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It's far too late (or way too early) for Halloween costume ideas, but mashing up Indiana Jones with Lego is both an adorable and creepy getup worth wearing on multiple holidays.
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Animator David A. Rose modernized the opening credits to the 1966 Batman television series by peppering in characters from Christopher Nolan's 2008 comic book blockbuster The Dark Knight.
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During this weekend's New York City marathon, Kenyan Geoffrey Mutai won the men's division with a course-record-shattering time of 2:05:06.
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The "Dadwich" contains grilled steak, swiss, cheddar, and fried onions in a sandwich shaped like a necktie.
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Today's A Google a Day: The rising population of the only immortal animal species is spreading across the globe. Where did this predator originate?