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19 Funny and Confusing Car Accidents

In a world of fast cars and distracted drivers, sometimes accidents occur. And sometimes, it's really hard to figure out how in the world they happened. Here's a few funny and confusing accidents to scratch your head over.

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10 Annoying Habits of a Geeky Spouse

Everyone has annoying habits, and a sizable part of every successful marriage is learning to live with those things each other does that annoy you. I think it’s safe to say, too, that geeks have some habits that we think are awesome, but that non-geeks find a little…less awesome. Now my wife is a geek, but she’s not as much of a geek as I am, so I asked her for some help putting together a list of ten things geeks do that annoy their spouses. She was perhaps a little too enthusiastic about helping out, but here are the results.

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9 Cutest Animals in 2012

Cuddly animals have never been more popular on the Internet. All the world media almost every day funny or cute pictures and videos of animals that melted and most constricted heart. For lovers of sweet little animals enjoy this list. Thorny old baby anteater only 30 days were brought to the zoo, "Taronga" after they found him helpless on the track near Sydney. Experts suspect that the animal, which is named Boo, fell out of his mother's bag. Individuals of this species would not leave lairs before the 45th of age.

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10 Cities Where You Can Get An Amazing Deal On A Foreclosed Home

As many as 1.25 million foreclosed homes are expected to enter the market in 2012 as the foreclosure probes end. This tidal wave of foreclosures would give opportunists the chance to get great deals on foreclosed homes. RealtyTrac is out with its report on the 10 best places to buy foreclosures in 2012. To draw up the list RealtyTrac considered the 100 largest metro areas with at least 200 foreclosure sale transactions in January 2012.

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10 Things You Need To Do If You Were Just Fired

If you were just fired, you're probably in a bit of a panic. You need a new job, but to do that you need to regain your composure and get out of your unemployed funk. Writer and investor James Altucher has been there, and offers this helpful advice for anyone suffering the stress and self-esteem hit that follows losing your job.

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Top 10 People Who Faked Their Deaths

While not common, faking one’s death is not new to the world. We’ve seen it in literature with Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, on TV with shows like 24 and in real life. This list looks at ten men who committed pseudocide, pulled a Reggie Perrin, or, in other words, faked their death for one reason or another. This list is in no particular order.

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10 Easy Ways To Eat Healthy Without Thinking About It

Your environment has an incredible ability to shape your behavior. I have written previously about choice architecture and environment design, both of which are focused on the idea that, “By making small changes to the physical environment around you, it can become much easier to stick to good habits.” And while the research studies I have shared in those articles are interesting, I thought it might be useful to list some practical ways to apply environment design to your world and make it easier to live a healthy, happy, and adventurous life.

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11 Questions You're Embarrassed to Ask About Taxes

You really shouldn’t be embarrassed about not understanding taxes, because really, who does? Exemptions, filing status and freelance taxes—if any of these have you scratching your head, we can help. We talked to LearnVest Planning Services certified financial planner Samantha Vient for answers to all your (really, not that embarrassing) questions.

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The Red Sox’ Top 5 October Moments at Fenway Park

For all of the Red Sox’ postseason success in recent years, a great deal of it has come on the road, including their World Series victories in 2004 (St. Louis) and 2007 (Denver), the completion of their comeback against the Yankees in the 2004 American League Championship Series (New York), and, a bit further back, Dave Henderson’s series-changing home run with the Sox one strike from elimination in the 1986 ALCS (Anaheim). Even their 1975 and 1946 pennants were clinched on the road (Oakland and Cleveland, respectively). The Sox clinched the 1903, 1912, 1916 and 1918 titles at home but only two of those came at Fenway Park. In the first of those four, which was also the inaugural edition of the World Series in the Modern Era, the decisive game was played at the Huntington Avenue Baseball Grounds, nine years before Fenway opened.

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31 Things You Can Do with Beer Besides Drink It

Beer is so good that you should be able to do more with it than just drink it then flush it away. I'm bathing in it now, submerged in the sweet smell of Neuzeller Kloster-Brau Original Badebier, a German brew of 16th-century origin. It's blacker than motor oil (and only slightly less viscous), but it's uncommonly delicious. In fact, after I had uncorked the bottle and sampled it, it seemed criminal to pour it into a tub of hot bathwater. This stuff is for my insides, not my outsides. But when I punch on the Jacuzzi jets, my beer bath foams into an impressive head. Had I known about this possibility before, I would be the cleanest man in North America.

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The Ten Best Twilight Zone Episodes Ever!

Back in 1959, Rod Serling created a little show called “The Twilight Zone” thinking it would be forgotten long after the series went off the air. Well, 50 years later, people (myself included) still can’t get enough of it! Now to celebrate the awesomeness of the series, following are what I think are the 10 best “Twilight Zone” episodes ever!

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American History X: 25 Things You Didn't Know About the Controversial Edward Norton Movie

It's been 15 years since the release of "American History X" (on October 30, 1998), and to this day, the movie stands as a riveting and brutal drama about the persistence of white-supremacist racism in America. It cemented Edward Norton's reputation as the premier Method actor of his generation, and it included at least one scene (the infamous curb-stomp sequence) that's been copied by everyone from "The Sopranos" to "Family Guy." Yet to this day, many viewers still don't know the often even more dramatic story that went on behind the scenes of the film, in which first-time feature director Tony Kaye fought with Norton and distributor New Line over the final cut of the film. He ultimately filed a $200 million lawsuit because he preferred to be credited as Humpty Dumpty rather than allow the studio's cut to be released under his name. Read on to learn more about Kaye's epic and absurd battles to preserve his vision (and how they led to Kaye's epic sabotage of his own career), as well as the rest of the off-camera drama behind "American History X."

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