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Top 10 Fictional One-Eyed Characters

In literature, film and television, many characters grace the screen with one eye. Dashing characters such as Aughra from The Dark Crystal, Long John Silver, and many others have enlightened us to the fact that you needn’t two to make a difference. But there is a difference between those who once could see through two or more, and those who were built or born with only one, and those are the folks we’ll honor and rank for this list. CHARACTERS BORN OR MADE WITH ONE EYE. Not ones who lost an eye. That list will come later. Did we miss your favorite? Name it in the comments and call us retarded.

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The Secret 7: The Top Presidential Limousines of All Time

While the historic inauguration of Barack Obama will be full of ceremony and celebration, there’s one event on January 20 that will go by with little notice. And yet that event will usher him into the world of the presidency in a way nothing else will. It will be the very first time a Secret Service agent opens the door to the presidential limousine and Obama steps inside. His new ride, a specially built beast nominally identified as a “Cadillac,” is just the latest in a long line of presidential rides stretching back to 1899 and the Locomobile President William McKinley rode in. But the Secret Service didn’t really get serious about presidential over-the-road transportation until 1939 when they acquired…well, that’s where this list begins.

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10 Lesser Known Conspiracies You’ve Probably Never Heard Of

Some of the most popular conspiracy theories include the Roswell UFO Incident, the September 11 attacks, Area 51, and The Protocols of the Elders of Zion, to the extent that all of them are considered part of pop culture. But those are just the most famous. Conspiracy Theories are a common psychic phenomenon that have invaded many parts of society. In this list we will examine in depth some of the lesser known conspiracies and hopefully we will make it to see the light at the end of the tunnel.

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Church Bells To Doorbells: 8 Churches Turned Into Homes

Churches are some of society’s most stylistically beautiful buildings. A large amount of building design comes down to functionality and affordability, so churches, built for a spiritual purpose rather than a materialistic one, tend to include elements that highlight beauty and detail. When these churches grow old, or are purchased, they can then be renovated into amazing houses that uniquely introduce religious elements into a pedestrian environment. Willis Greenhalgh Architects, known better as WG Architects, transformed this Brisbane church into a gorgeous home full of light. Built in 1867, this is a heritage site, and thus required a very delicate renovation. The unique elements of an old style church were maintained, while contemporary elements were introduced to bring the church house “up to speed.”

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33 Things You Didn't Know About The Movie Titanic

In celebration of Titanic's return to theaters, here's a collection of facts about the movie you probably didn't know.

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Top 10 Water-Sports

Water Sporting is one of the most adventurous activities. Most people prefer this over other activities and it is really interesting to engage in water-sporting indulge in water sports with your family and friends. Water sports are not only fun but also helps you stay fit and healthy. You just need to have the enthusiasm to plunge into those waters.

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5 Terrible 'Classic' Cars

Automotive journalism isn’t what it was a generation ago — in large part because of the lack of truly bad cars. Old school auto scribes were often at their best when they had foils like the Chevy Vega and Yugo upon which to exercise their poison pens. But while the truly horrible cars are gone, their legacy of quality and engineering to last a lunchtime remain in the automotive fossil record. Here are some of the all-time worst.

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6 People Who'll Inspire You This Year

Motivation is a tricky thing. We need it in every aspect of our lives: to get up in the morning and go to work, to start (and finish) that 10-page paper, to do laundry after a long day. Yet the motivation to get healthy often eludes us. It hides in the form of excuses -- excuses for why we can't go to the gym or cook a healthy meal, why we can't get enough sleep or make time for ourselves. Often we lack motivation because we lack inspiration.

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7 Tips To Keep Your Dog Safe This Holiday Season

With the holiday season now in full-force, it's important to remember the health and safety of the four-legged creatures sitting underneath the dinner table. The American Kennel Club compiled a list of easy tips to keep your pets safe during the holidays, as well as a staunch reminder that puppies don't make for good stocking stuffers. The group says the traditional holiday gift shouldn't include a family pet unless potential owners are ready for a lifetime commitment. New puppies require a great deal of time and care during their first few weeks at home. If you are considering a new addition to the family, the AKC recommends wrapping up a leash or dog bowl and then taking adequate time to research the right dog for you.

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70 Science Fiction and Fantasy Movies to Watch Out for in 2012

How did Hollywood manage to fit so many of our must-see projects into one year? 2012 features Nolan's last Batman, Whedon's Avengers, Ridley Scott's return to science fiction, Andrew Stanton's John Carter, the Hunger Games movie, and Alfonso Cuaron's space epic. And that's just scratching the surface. This year, there are 58 genre movies already on the calendar, with another dozen awaiting release dates. Here's our complete guide to science fiction and fantasy movies to watch (or avoid) in 2012.

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8 Religious Wonders To See In The U.S.

People visit Jerusalem for the rich history, interwoven religious narratives and crumbling holy walls. They visit Europe for ornate churches with painted ceilings and golden trim. They visit India for peace of mind, finding serenity in its carved and colorful temples scattered along the sacred Ganges River. But people rarely travel the U.S. in search of such sanctuaries. After all, what religious wisdom could America, a country still in its youth at 236 years old, have to offer? Although the country may not have a reputation for religious landmarks, America is home to more than just secular city halls and strip malls. Whether or not you practice a faith, visiting these beautiful and historic U.S. religious spots may provide inspiration.

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10 Things You Didn’t Know About Goodfellas

OK, fine: so maybe you already know a few things about Goodfellas. It’s certainly a film that’s easy to become obsessed with, not to mention the nostalgic frenzy surrounding the 25th anniversary of Martin Scorsese‘s iconic gangster drama that began back in April at the Tribeca Film Festival reunion panel. It’s not like cinema hadn’t humanized brutal, violent, anti-heroes in the past, especially within the realm of the contemporary crime drama, but Ray Liotta, Joe Pesci, and Robert De Niro brought an unparalleled familial chemistry to Scorsese’s take on Nicholas Pileggi’s non-fiction account through top-notch performances and groundbreaking direction that we’re still reminiscing about over two decades later.

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