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The Greatest Relationship in Pop Culture History

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The greatest relationship in pop culture history: Gomez and Morticia Addams. Has any sitcom mom and pop ever been this demonstrative before or since?
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Smithsonian researchers discovered an adorable new mammal species called the olinguito. Which is kind of strange, since one has lived in the National Zoo for a year now.
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Watch a ridiculously high blob launch that may break a world record. It helps when you jump off a cliff to get it going.
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The Day Bob Dylan Introduces the Beatles to Marijuana. They were not early adopters, but they caught on quickly.
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What Did The Critics Say About Breaking Bad Before It Premiered Five Years Ago? Yeah, the show got better as it went along, but critics terribly underestimated the value of breaking the rules.
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The Art of Making a Truly Incredible Bar Mitzvah Video. The party lasts one night, but YouTube stardom is …possibly a long time.
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The Truth About Angels in the Bible. Their job is neither to grant your wishes nor tend to your well-being.
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How long is it okay to live with your parents after college? The answer depends on whether you are the parent or the college graduate.
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Recluses: Private, Exploited, or Self-Destructive? Sometimes we never know the real story, even after it's over.

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Peanuts Aren't Nuts
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Why aren't peanuts classified as nuts? Turns out, they're closer to green beans than you think. Peanuts are biologically legumes.

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What This Company Is Offering Employees Is Raising a Privacy Debate. Would you let your company implant a chip in your hand?

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Your Roomba is Spying on You. The devices have been gathering information about your home, and that data could be more valuable to Roomba maker iRobot Corp than the sales of its vacuum cleaner.

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The Legend of The Fatal Sisters: Voodoo practitioner Marie Laveau put a curse on plantation owner De Coucy, swearing his bloodline would die out, but he ignored it.

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Are Helicopter Parents Ruining Summer Camp? Kids don't mind giving up their cell phones for the week, but it really bothers parents.

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He Thought Butternut Squash was Cheese: Funny observation of the daily struggles of customer service employees and the fact that the customer is not always right.

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Why you should vacation somewhere new, unexpected, and totally out of your comfort zone.

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15 Monumental Facts About the Lincoln Memorial. One tidbit: The project took a long and winding road from idea to finished structure.

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Morning Cup of Links: San Diego Comic Con News
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The Biggest San Diego Comic-Con 2017 Stories. The latest updates from every pop culture universe.

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Freedom Ride: a glimpse into the experiences of one group of the Freedom Riders of 1961.

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"Dude, where's my car?" Parents take to Craigslist for help after ‘doofy’ son loses car at Metallica show.

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Scientific Journals Publish Bogus Paper About Midi-chlorians from Star Wars, a reminder that not all journals use peer review or even proofreaders.

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Puzzlewood, Tolkien’s Inspiration for Middle-earth. The peaceful, green, 14-acre section of Gloucestershire is truly inspirational.

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How to Turn Your Used Electronics Into Cash. Read the comments, too, for the experiences of people who have used these methods.

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The Accent Whisperers of Hollywood. An influx of global acting talent must be taught to passably sound like Americans.

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Are You Bold Enough to Play Motorcycle Soccer? It's one of several sports mash-ups involving motorbikes.

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