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6 Telltale Signs Of Courtney Love Syndrome

Courtney Love is a fascinating creature, emphasis on creature. Her life and career have included many ups and many, many, many, many more downs, only some of which include her music. Perhaps her biggest claim to fame is being the name-bearer for the unofficial disease called Courtney Love Syndrome (CLS). Google that phrase and you’ll find tons of symptoms, each one progressively worse than the next. We have painstakingly detailed the worst symptoms below. If you suspect that might have CLS, see a doctor immediately. Also, stay away from aging grunge singers. They might be hazardous to your health.

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Married... With Children’s 20 Greatest Sports Moments

Each week, Sports On TV looks at the 20 (or so) greatest sports-related moments from television shows that aren't always about sports. This week we tackle the low-brow 1987-97 FOX classic 'Married... With Children', and honestly, it's the closest we've come to saying f**k it and just writing about sports shows. MWC featured more sports moments and guest appearances than almost any other sitcom, and even featured a sports moments clip-show in the middle of its 10th season. Instead of just finding that on YouTube and posting it here, we've put together our own list. The entire run of 'Married...' is currently streaming on Netflix, so if you read about Al Bundy punching a heavyset lady in the stomach or beating a bunch of old people at track and field and want to check it out, you can do so there.

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10 Fascinating Facts About Cats

People love their pets. Be it a cat, dog, hamster or goldfish, most U.S. residents have some kind of non-humanoid companion sharing their home. According to a survey by the American Pet Products Manufacturers Association (APPMA), however, cats win hands down when it comes to the sheer numbers that reside in American abodes. Ken Hubbard is an antique dealer with the company 2wice As Nice in Wheat Ridge, CO, a suburb of Denver. He's also the owner of two cats pictured above: both black American Shorthairs, one is known as Lace (left) and the other is Bear.

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15 Great Scenes That Were Unscripted

Everyone knows that a film has a script, and this script must be followed when being filmed. However, sometimes, unscripted things happen which make movies what they become, whether it’s made up lines, or simply new ideas. This list features 15 of the best scenes and lines that were made up by either the actors or directors and were not in the original script.

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9 Ways Geeks Have Inherited the Earth

It’s safe to say that we now live in a geek’s world. One only has to look at the way gadgets and the Internet dominate every aspect of modern existence. Geeks are essential to the normal functioning of billions of lives daily. Without them, civilization as we know it would come to a screeching halt. Just imagine a world without something like the Internet — entire businesses would freeze, failed GPS systems would delay countless travelers, unemployment would shoot up even more, and people everywhere would commit mass suicide. Although we don’t like to think of it this way, geeks are king and pretty much rule our lives whether we like it or not. Here are 9 ways geeks have inherited the earth.

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Beer Experts Say These Are The 20 Best Beers In The World

Two Stanford computer scientists have demonstrated that beer geeks have great taste. Stanford University computer science post-doc Julian McAuley and assistant professor Jure Leskovec released a paper earlier this year outlining how our tastes change as we consume more products and gain more expertise. Their theory was the more experience we have, the more we will like certain products that are less accessible to beginners.

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5 Common Misconceptions About Ray Lewis’ Murder Trial

Ray Lewis seems poised to ride into the sunset like Jerome Bettis if the Ravens win in the linebacker’s second championship game. Lewis looms large in a Super Bowl without superstars and gets the reflected glow of the big game. That spotlight exposes some gnarly fissures on him; some scabbed over scars of whispers and rumor. Self righteous types cluck their tongues to this day and mouth the word: “Murderer.” His trial was thirteen years ago, so memories faded. When facts fall out of the mouths of commentators, there is a fast and loose quality to them. I have read articles recently shaded to indicate Lewis’ implication in the murder and some that are flat out false.

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Top 10 Reasons the Newspaper is Dying

Looking back upon the heyday of the newspaper industry, images of angry cigar-smoking editors, journalists with fedoras carrying “press” cards and sharpened pencils, and little Dickensian children on the street corner shouting “Read all about it!” are evoked. That was back when nothing MORE than newspapers existed, that is in the form of competition. Yes, the paper was as cutting edge as the refrigerator back when the nation relied on its local street urchin to find out what was new in the world. Nowadays, in spite of a good many paperboys who regularly find summer employment, it’s the tech-savvy youth that are primarily responsible for the undoing of anachronistic traditions. You’d think an industry whose very purpose is to keep regular tabs on the status quo would be able to adapt to an ever-changing environment, but such was apparently not the case as an industry of old dogs failed to learn any new tricks (instead they just continued licking themselves). Here’s a look at the top ten reasons why not all traditions are timeless, and particularly why the newspaper industry is folding under itself (and being held in place with a rubber band).

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How 5 of the World's Coolest New Bridges Stay Upright

Last week, we looked at the Institution of Structural Engineers' picks for the best structures of the year. But its annual Structural Awards also has a bridge-only category, the shortlist of which is a great survey of the state of the art in bridge design. In some ways, bridge design is far more experimental than any other. The race to build further, faster, for less is still driving incredible innovations in the field, just like it did at the dawn of the suspension bridge in the 19th century. Below, take a look at five of the nominees for the highway and railway bridge category and the designs that help them defy gravity.

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7 Fake Trailers That Got Made Into Real Movies

With a headline like that you may be wondering what makes a movie trailer fake as opposed to… ah not fake? Before you conger up images of flaky actors, silicone and cardboard props, wait, that’s every movie ever made, (HA HA – notice the use of the sacred double HA), A fake trailer refers to a “real” movie trailer that advertises a film that did not exist, and was never planned to be created. In each case below, the trailer came first and only after the audience went “ape shit” did the actual movie get made. It’s a bit bassakwards, which is why it’s sooooo cool. It’s like art imitating previous but not serious art to become more art.. or life art.. or just check them out below.

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25 Incredibly Powerful Lightning Strikes

Although most of us have developed a healthy fear of being struck by lightning that prevents us from running around in thunderstorms holding umbrellas, one of nature’s scariest wonders is also one of its most magnificent, at least when viewed from the relative safety of your computer screen. Keep in mind though, your chances of dying due to a lightning strike are greatly dwarfed by some other incredibly insane ways to die. At any rate, these are 25 incredibly powerful lightning strikes, they’re beautifully dangerous.

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30 Greatest Living Geniuses in Business

The corporate world may be tricky – even overwhelming – but business degrees can help people to navigate this exciting environment. A number of high-flying entrepreneurs and CEOs have business degrees to their name, and their studies may well have given them the leg up to making that first million or even billion. Still, while knowledge can get some individuals far, a touch of brilliance also pays dividends, as many of today’s shining executive stars prove. Some have Mensa-level intelligence, others a winning management style, sharp business sense or just a good idea and the wherewithal to succeed – yet all are super smart in their own way.

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