Police are investigating the discovery of an unidentified murder victim on the grounds of Queen Elizabeth's country estate Sandringham. It sounds suspiciously like a plot from a popular British TV show.
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A Supercut of Gene Shalit’s Most Delicious Puns. Each is like a very small bonus for listening to the movie reviews.
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Accomplished dancer iGlide takes a coffee break. Which, of course, turns into a performance.
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Five opinions on why the Iowa caucuses are so important. And number 6 is that it gives us something to talk about.
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This guy hooked together a Nao robot, a Kinect sensor bar, two Wii remotes, a head-mounted display, and a treadmill for the purpose of brushing his cat. All this technology only worked because the cat is extremely tolerant.
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Is this a cheap foreign knockoff of Star Trek, or a parody that attempts to look like a cheap foreign knockoff? Does it honestly matter?
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Fishing Under Ice is about ice fishing from a completely different perspective. That perspective is the fishermen standing upside down on the underside of the ice!
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In 2011, Kein Lam took 19 planes, 18 boats, and 58 buses to visit 17 countries. He recorded plenty of video and packed the entire adventure into one frenetic video.
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Three guys took up crochet as a hobby because they wanted cool accessories. years later, they turned that hobby into an industry that employs impoverished women in Uganda and Peru.
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Harry Burkhart is accused of serial arson in more than 50 Los Angeles area fires. The plot thickens as we find his mother was arrested on behalf of the German government for mysterious undisclosed charges.
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Second-Cheapest Syndrome. You don't want to get the very cheapest, but you want to save money -yet marketers have already figured you out.