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8 Unusual and Strange Walls Around the World

Walls have been built since ancient times, to mark borders, protect kingdoms and settlements, or keep out unwanted people. In more recent times, walls have also been built to serve as memorials and structures of art. Not all walls are controversial and divisive. Seattle's gum wall is the place for any unwanted chewing gum, a tradition which was started by people queuing for the theatre. Currently the gum on the wall stretches to several inches thick and is a slightly alternative location for wedding photographs.

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Top 10 Easter DIY Crafts

Easter is almost knocking on our doors, so what do we do to prepare for its arrival? I know that the first thing that comes to my mind is food, lots of it. Food is a major component in any holiday, as well as traditions. But our homes donít deserve a special treatment for holidays? I think they do, letís take a look at some cool ideas to decorate your home for the upcoming Easter.

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Top 10 Female Superheroes of All Time

Male superheroes are in books, movies, and television shows. Just about everywhere we look there is a superhero jumping out ready to save the day. What about the strong and powerful female superheroes? Females are often in the background of the story offering support to the main superhero, but maybe it is time to reverse these roles. Perhaps the time has come to showcase females in the limelight as the main character of the story. Women and girls want to see female superheroes in the leading roles in movies, books, and shows. Young girls could benefit from seeing a beautiful, tough, and confident woman combating evil and wrong doings in comic books or on the big screen. Older generations of females would enjoy seeing a woman portrayed as the superhero equipped to save the world on her own. Many times women feel like real-life superheroes in their personal lives, so seeing a movie or television show based on a female superhero would be captivating and entertaining.

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The 10 Most Clever Ways Bill Nye Tricked Us Into Learning About Science

he world would be a much grayer place without Bill Nye, who's of the one few childhood icons from the 1990s worth feeling nostalgic for (sorry, Binyah Binyah Pollywog). He taught us about science, yo, and in a world where you never know when you'll need to wipe the contents of a laptop clean with a magnet, it's an important topic to be knowledgeable in. Especially when it's coming from a man with a deep passion for the topic, not a 75-year-old half-deaf war veteran who doubles as the middle school gym teacher. So, in honor of the Science Guy being alive (and his amazing video directed toward evolution deniers), here are 10 clever ways Bill Nye tricked us into learning about science as kids.

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Top 7 Disruptions of the Year

Technology is like a dog; each year of it seems like the equivalent of seven human years ó at least when you get to the end of it and realize itís only been 12 months since that now indispensable service first launched. We spent 2009 documenting technologyís disruption of how we live, entertain ourselves and do business. Looking back on the year from the comfortable perch of December, here are the seven most disruptive developments of 2009.

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5 Destructive Beliefs Almost Everyone Has

Have you ever seen a friend or a loved one completely sabotage their success? Of course, we all have. As a friend, we're there on the sidelines trying to help them but they are so blind to their surroundings and so set in their ways that they are like a run away train that nothing can slow down. Thatís often a negative belief at work. If you donít believe you deserve to earn over $50,000 a year, you probably wonít. You will turn down opportunities because they seem too good to be true, and you will miss lucky breaks because you arenít expecting them. Heck, you aren't even looking for them. This doesnít mean you are stuck there for the rest of your life. Life is fluid and things change, but that change must begin with you.

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5 Things You Didn't Know About Breasts

There are far too many synonyms for breasts for us to list here; besides, you probably know most of them. But due the fact that our language is so well-endowed with reference to these funbags, we have to ask: Why are there so many slang terms for an aspect of the female anatomy that, medically speaking, is little more than an asymmetric pair of modified sweat glands? One possible answer could be that weíve created alternate terms as a means of subverting a topic thatís considered taboo. This purpose is especially applicable in America, where family values, proper neonatal care and breast frenzy have collided to form a prudish, hypocritical function of titillation. So, echoing throughout America is this sentiment: ĒDonít bare them in public if your goal is to feed an infant; thatís a distasteful turnoff."

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The Top 5 .45s for Concealed Carry

Thereís no denying the feeling of potential instilled by a handgun. And when that gun fits your hand just right, the feeling is even better. The last decade has seen a resurgence in the popularity of the .45 ACP, a round whose reputation has been built by more than a century of proven results. Here are 5 .45 ACP concealed carry pistols that push the limits of form and function.

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9 Longest Records for Surviving without Food

Food is one of the simplest and most divine of the human pleasures. Here we examine its antithesis: hunger. All the people listed below have had to, by circumstance or dedication, go through extended periods of inedia. Most seem to have taken inspiration from a higher power. Some would say that the hand of God helps the starving whilst other, more cynically minded people, might say that starvation can lead to degradation of the critical fallacies accompanied by visual and auditory hallucinations. Whatever the fact of the matter their stories present us with undeniable feats of stamina and endurance.

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15 Most Badass Female Movie Characters Of Modern Cinema

Ever since the film noir period, female characters have been growing and evolving, especially from the sociological point of view, which made an enormous impact on gender perception of modern society. Some might say that Hollywood still has some misogynistic views, however, over the last 30 years, we have been introduced to some truly incredible female movie characters and heroines. Whether they catch serial killers, hunt aliens, uncover deep conspiracies or simply seek vengeance, each of these badass stoic women have steel-like willpower and simply refuse to be shackled by feminine stereotypes.

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How 10 Shows Hid Their Starsí Real-life Pregnancies

In a way, the showrunners of The Americans have only themselves to blame. They cast Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys as Elizabeth and Philip Jennings, Russian agents in a sham marriage turned real. The actors' on-screen chemistry bloomed into a real-life connection, and, of course, led to a baby. For the latter half of the show's fourth season, showrunners Joe Weisberg and Joel Fields relied on a time-honored TV tradition: hiding the baby bump. ďCuts of her with groceries, cuts of her with a laundry basket, cuts of her with more groceries. Coats, lots of coats!Ē Fields told The Vulture TV Podcast, counting the show's attempts to cover Russell's pregnancy this season.

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20 Rare Photos Of Steve Jobs That You Probably Havenít Seen Yet

I entered into the world of blogging in late 2007. Iíve seen ups and downs in my journey specially when recession hit the market and turned things upside down for everyone. The only thing that kept me going was the fact that I loved what I did. A big credit for that goes to Steve Jobs who once inspired me during his Stanford University speech in 2005. He said ďYou have got to find what you love. The only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you havenít found it yet, keep looking. Donít settle. As with all matters of the heart, youíll know when you find it. And, like any great relationship, it just gets better and better as the years roll on. So keep looking until you find it. Donít settle. Stay Hungry. Stay Foolish.Ē As a tribute to this great man we have gathered a list of 20 rare photos of Jobs that you probably havenít seen yet.

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