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Rick Marshall is a freelance writer and editor, professional geek, speedy talker, and obsessive story collector. He has served as a nerd-in-residence at Digital Trends, MTV News, IFC, and various other broadcast, online, and on-air outlets. You can find him online at RickMarshall.com and @RickMarshall on most social networks.
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An interview with 'The X-Files' creator Chris Carter.
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Along with serving as the names of two villainous eels in Disney's animated classic The Little Mermaid, the phrase “flotsam and jetsam” is often used to describe the floating debris found in the aftermath of an accident at sea. And while it might initiall
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