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The Aging Timeline Aging Timeline

Let's face it folks, while none of us ever really want to get older, we can't get enough of seeing celebrities age. It's weird, isn't it? This curious, though innate, fascination with celebrity deterioration has lent itself wonderfully to the internet in the form of Aging Timelines. If the concept of an Aging Timeline is new to you, allow me to explain. An Aging Timeline is a series of photo...

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Baby with Cerebral Palsy Takes First Steps, Proves Anything Is Possible

Having a bad day? What is it? Hard day at work? Is your significant other is upset with you? Well suck it up, because odds are you're a healthy adult human being. I think you need to learn a little something about hardships and overcoming them. Rya was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy when she was 4 months old after being born without the right hemisphere of her brain. With an incredible amount of...

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Dog Opens Can of Dog Food By Himself

There are few instincts found in animals that are as powerful as the instinct to eat, to sustain one's life by ingesting various proteins, vegetables, and other biologically needed science-things that I don't claim to really know much about. However, in these modern times, our instincts take a backseat to convenience. Let's face it folks, we are coddled, and more coddled than we, are our dogs T...

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'She Don't Like Firefly,' But Is It Worth Breaking Up Over?

I get it guys, geek culture is hot right now. Today's Gamers and Programmers are this decade's Jocks and well.. uh... Jocks. You get what I'm talking about. Mikey Mason's song, She Don't Like Firefly, is an ode to the woes when two geeks enter a relationship but have varying opinions on a much-heralded geek franchise. I totally understand the ravenous affinity for all things Joss Whedon, but Ge...

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Memeopoly - What the Web Looks Like as a Board Game

Developed during the Great Depression, Monopoly was one of the few affordable escapes which gave its players the ability to fictitiously own property. But in today's e-conomy, it's become increasingly difficult to own land in Atlantic City. Then again, why would you want to? Today, it's not land that we look to obtain, it's content. Content is currency. What more easily transferable currency is...

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