China's Great Leap Backward. The presumed new leaders grew up during the Cultural Revolution, and know exactly how to subjugate the masses and get rid of their enemies.
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The Dark and Disturbing Secrets HR Doesn’t Want You to Know. However, we all suspected that chaos and confusion lies within a company's Human Resources Department. NSFW text.
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What Comes After the Hipster? We Ask the Experts. And who is more trendy than hipsters? Experts.
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A new world record bridal train three kilometers long was "unveiled" in Bucharest. They put the model into a hot air balloon to properly show off the miles of fabric.
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Have you ever wondered about the sound effects that end up in video games? Watch the sound design wizards create the screams, grunts, lasers, gunfire, and crashes for your games.
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What It's Like To Start A Gay-Straight Alliance In The South. Short answer: difficult.
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The game Space is Key has the instructions in the title: use the space key. Otherwise, it is simple to learn and very difficult to stop.
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Israel has passed a new law that prohibits the fashion industry from using models with a BMI of less than 18.5, the benchmark set by the World Health Organization for detecting malnutrition.  Advertisers must also label any Photoshopped images.
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Apple haters and pyromaniacs alike should enjoy this video of an iPad being destroyed by high-intensity flashlights. Lasers and flames and explosions, oh my!
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The Fine Brothers invite you to try Mad Men: the Game. It's based on the AMC series rendered in retro 8-bit animation and a "choose your own adventure" format.
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This summer, we may or may not find out what happened to aviator Amelia Earhart. Meanwhile, here's a timeline of the 75-year-old mystery so you can catch up.
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5 Third-Party Candidates (And What They Did After They Lost). Some made a career out of running again and again!