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Top 10 Destinations Celebrities Go To

You are into meeting some celebrity? Well, regularly bumping into some of the famous people is not an easy task. They like to hide away from the rest of the world. They like going to very expensive places and it is not likely to see them in some bar or something like that, unless you are willing to pay for a adventure like this.

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Top 30 Best New Horror Movies Of 2012

Let’s take a look at the biggest and best horror movies of 2012. The scary list features the usual mix of sequels (Texas Chainsaw 3D), TV adaptations (Dark Shadows), novel adaptations (World War Z) and original fare (Intruders). We’ll go through what’s looking good and what’s looking dodgy. Here’s our definitive guide to the best new horror movies, 2012.

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The 8 Creepiest Roles Of Philip Seymour Hoffman’s Creepy Career

Philip Seymour Hoffman is the only actor I can think of that can be described as "creepy" or "a pervert," and it's meant as a compliment. He's a dependably fantastic actor who can play the lead (Capote), the bully who hates yahoo touchers, (My Boyfriend's Back), the drugged-out journalist (Almost Famous), the assistant (The Big Lebowski), the guy who gets set on fire while in a wheelchair (Red Dragon), the villain (Mission: Impossible III), and the guy who has sex with Marisa Tomei in the first scene of a movie (Before the Devil Knows You're Dead), all with equal aplomb. But mostly, he's the creepy dude. In honor of The Master, which teams PSH with director Paul Thomas Anderson for the fifth time, here are the eight creepiest roles in Philip Seymour Hoffman's creepy career.

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8 Things to Know about L.A.'s Koreatown

"Have you been to Koreatown yet?" my friend asked eagerly over the phone. It was my third week as a resident of Los Angeles, and I could no longer claim the pure shock of moving to a city so sprawling, so overwhelming, as the reason I had yet to explore its most interesting neighborhoods. But I had to answer "no." In a city as vast as Los Angeles, Koreatown seemed especially impenetrable, a huge warren of restaurants, markets, strip malls and residences. As much as I knew that it held a treasure trove of food, culture and nightlife, I was intimidated to even get started. Now, almost a year later, Koreatown is one of my favorite things about living in Los Angeles. It's like having an entire other city within a city, a gloriously foreign one at that. There are places in Koreatown where you look around and swear you are in Asia. And yet, it's also 100% Los Angeles: a strange, sprawling melting pot full of hidden delights.

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7 Surprising Signs of an Unhealthy Heart

We've all read the signs of a heart attack listed on posters in the hospital waiting room. But what if there were other, earlier signs that could alert you ahead of time that your heart was in trouble? It turns out there are. Researchers have done a lot of work in recent years looking at the signs and symptoms patients experienced in the months or even years leading up to a heart attack.

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15 Internet Annoyances, and How to Fix Them

It seems that every day we go online and there's some new type of nagging Web annoyance to deal with. In a perfect world, we wouldn't have to worry about auto-playing video ads, leaping pay walls to read the news, fake emails phishing for our bank details, or Farmville spam from Facebook. But for now, we're on our own. Here are 15 of the most annoying things on the Internet, and how to work around, ignore, improve or fix them.

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25 Most Perpetuating Weight Loss Myths

What is a weight loss myth? It is a false or a semi-false belief about losing weight. Myths evolve around a true concept, a principle. As the time goes by, the initial true concept undergoes a change and transforms to a false statement—the myth. While this change can be slight, it can affect your weight loss results. Here are the 25 most perpetuating weight loss myths you will hear if you ever try to lose weight.

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The 10 Best College Inventions of All Time

No other place exudes as much intelligence or creativity than higher education institutions. Some of the greatest inventions and most novel ideas come from students, professors and researchers of four-year colleges and universities. Without these great minds, we wouldn't have social networking sites like Facebook, or everyday items like fluoride toothpaste and seat belts.

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10 Places to See Before They Die

When it comes to the following tourist destinations, the trick will be getting there before the wrecking ball does. When a landmark plays a part in one of the greatest novels of the 20th century, you know it's important. But U.S. Route 66 (or "The Mother Road," as John Steinbeck dubbed it in The Grapes of Wrath) has hardly gotten a retirement worthy of its stature. Completed in 1932 as the first well-marked road connecting Chicago to Los Angeles, Route 66 played an important role in Depression-era migration, World War II troop transports, and some seriously prosperous post-war tourism.

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15 Awesomely Geeky Custom Motorcycle Helmets

In recent years, geek culture has risen from dank, poster-covered basement bedrooms and toy collection-strewn garages to stake its place in mainstream popular culture and even fashion. Everywhere you look, hipsters are wearing t-shirts that say things like “dork,” “dweeb” and “geek.” Nerds, it seems, have never been cooler. And what’s cooler than a nerd on a motorcycle? Why, a nerd on a motorcycle wearing one of these 15 incredibly geeky custom motorcycle helmets, of course.

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Going Nowhere: 10 Worst U.S. Cities for Traffic

Maybe Hawaii’s notorious ‘island time’ has more to do with traffic than anything else. Despite a new report indicating a 30 percent drop in traffic congestion across the U.S., drivers in Honolulu still waste 58 hours each year sitting in their cars. The study was produced by INRIX, a company devoted to traffic information and apps, which analyzed the data from some 100 million GPS-equipped commercial and passenger vehicles, traveling on an estimated 300,000 miles of roads. According to the study, drivers in America’s 10 worst traffic cities will sit idle more than 40 hours a year, on average — with Honolulu, Los Angeles, San Francisco and New York leading the way for slow going.

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10 Things Back To The Future 2 Got Right About Today's Tech

While "Back to the Future: Part 2" slightly overestimated where we'd be in 2015 — flying cars and hover boards aren't readily available after all — there's a surprising number of things that the film predicted that either already exist or are close enough that in two years it wouldn't be surprising to see them be reality. From automated servers at restaurants to video games that don't require controllers, here's the technology that the creators of "Back to the Future" correctly guessed would be around nowadays about 24 years ago.

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