The words "occupy" and "occupation" are used every day for both citizen protests and international operations. Do we really understand what they mean and what those words imply to people who've been "occupied"?
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Comic book covers are cool, but comic book covers animated in gif form are downright awesome!
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Can you cut a piece of paper and make it look like this? How about if we gave you the answer?
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You know how the world is supposed to end on December 21, 2012? Now that it's getting close, it seems that the Maya calendar that prediction was based on was just misinterpreted.
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Can you judge a workplace by the art they decorate their office with? That's hard to say, but Buzzfeed has a mega-post of artworks and decorations found in website offices from all over -you be the judge.
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If the movie Drive were a cartoon... well, it is now. And it's only a minute long.
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How to compliment a girl the right way. Practice a little, and you could make someone very happy.
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I dare you to come up with an odder pop culture mashup than Aliens on Ice. Which is real production performed in the real world, at least once.
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Japanese astronaut Satoshi Furukawa played the perfect baseball game on the International Space Station -by himself! Watch him pitch, bat, and field all at the same time.
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Chester Alan Arthur: The Underrated President With Three First Names. He has the distinction of being the "least known" of all the U.S. presidents.