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Top 10 Legendary Swords

Swords hold a special fascination for mankind. Earlier they were wood, then bronze and copper and then some were stainless steel and diamonds. The hilts of the swords are embellished and pass on through generations. They are named and are an inheritance. Swords and sword fighting have always had subtleties of romance associated to them. Keep reading to know which the ten legendary swords of mankind till date were.

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Top 10 1980s Toys

Remember when you loved Christmas? I mean, when you really loved Christmas? Sure, we all love the holidays. Itís a time to reflect, to relax, to reminisce. But thatís not what Iím talking about. Go back to your childhood and try to conjure memories of the sweet anxiety and desire that ran season-long and culminated in a sleepless Christmas Eve. It was torture then; you can only wish that you could experience such a passionate longing now. Go ahead, tell me about the damages caused by materialism and excessive consumerism. I get it. But try to remember why you too went so ape-shit as a little kid. If you were, like I was, a child of the 1980s, the answer is obvious: the toys back then (like the sugary, brain-rotting cereals) were totally sweet.

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The 10 Most Effective Horror Movie Killers

Horror movie villains love to kill people. Actually, that's a bit of an understatement. These guys enjoy murder as much as Grant Morrison enjoys causing readers to shoot blood out of their ears in confusion. Movie after movie, young, usually extremely sexually active teens practically line up to die in the most awesome and gruesome ways possible, whether by a heart-slicing stab from a machete or by a large object plowing through their innards like a fist through Jell-O. And from the safety of our couches or from sticky-floored movie theaters, we the audience get our own personal thrill from criticizing the seemingly mentally challenged victims of the kill-happy psycho as they fail at every possible decision in their attempt to escape their inevitable fate.

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The Not-So-Ancient History of 10 Thanksgiving Dishes

On Thanksgiving, more than any other day of the year, Americans sit down and eat the same meal as their neighbors and countrymen. Itís tradition, after all! But we know our history: most of the Thanksgiving dishes we enjoy today werenít at the original Pilgrimsí feast in 1621, or at least not in the way we enjoy them. How did we come up with the modern menu on so many tables?

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The 7 Most Disastrous Typos Of All Time

We've all experienced the sting of the typo. Whether it's spelling your boss Ted's name with an A and two S's in a company wide email or listing "jail" as your previous residence on a job application, they can happen to anyone, and often at the most unfortunate times. Luckily, most of our typos don't wind up changing world history. Not everyone is so lucky.

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Top 20 Science Fiction Movies of the 2000s

Considering the volume of releases, overall the 2000s have a dearth of truly good science-fiction films compared with the 1970s and 1980s. Many movies based on books that should have been better fell short: Planet of the Apes, The Time Traveler and The Hitchhikerís Guide to the Galaxy. Movies based on other source material that should have been better include Attack of the Clones, V for Vendetta, The Matrix sequels, Terminator Salvation, Transformers, and the 9th and 10th Star Trek flicks.

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Top 10 Most Horrific Parasite Infections

Most of us (thankfully) never have had to experience any of these parasites. Though there are people who are at risk everyday and have to go through these horrid symptoms and even risk death if infected, or more so, infested.

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12 Reasons Why Youíll Be Happier in a Smaller Home

Recently, my parents bought a smaller house. And this past week, while on vacation in South Dakota (yeah, I vacation in South Dakota), I got to see it for the first time. During our stay, I was surprised at how often my mother commented that ďthey just love their smaller house.Ē I wasnít so much surprised that she felt that way (I am a minimalist after all), but I was surprised at the frequency. It was a comment that she repeated over and over again during our one-week stay. Toward the end of the week, I sat down with my mom and asked her to list all of the reasons why she is experiencing more happiness in her smaller house. And this post is the result.

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The 5 Greatest and Worst Fictional Presidents

Our long national nightmare is almost overóand by that I mean after todday, there will finally be no more political ads, infinitely fewer political arguments and hopefully less people foisting their political views on you with the tiniest opening. With the nation neck-deep in today's real-life Presidential election, perhaps itís time we hearken back to those pop-culture presidents that either inspired us (not all that tough to do, in the vacuum of entertaining dramatic story arcs) or didnít (which is actually easier to do in the real world, but whatever). After all, helping to decide the leader of the free world is a stressful thing, but at least we can turn these ones off.

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The 10 Biggest Tech Innovations of the New York Auto Show

New production models and concept cars might have stolen this year's New York International Auto Show, but underneath all that aluminum, steel and carbon fiber was some impressive new technology, most of which is headed to a car near you in the coming months and years. From all-wheel drive hybrid powertrains to cloud-connected digital dashboards, the vehicles lining the halls at the Javits Center are harbingers of the future, and we've compiled the stand-outs here in the best new automotive technologies of the 2012 New York Auto Show.

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12 Controversial Issues South Park Took Head On

South Park has been making waves since its debut in 1997, and creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone havenít slowed their relentless assault on pop culture since. The show immediately gained a following, even if most viewers only cared about the bad language and method of Kennyís demise. Over the years, that following has burgeoned into throngs of loyal fans, and many of them have actually come out a bit wiser for it ó because underneath the zany antics and toilet-humor of South Park there often lies a moral to the story. These are the 12 most controversial real-world topics that South Park has dealt with head on, usually within days of their most heated real-world debates or incidents.

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7 Sweater-Clad Kitties Having Hissy Fits

Although our feline friends have plenty of fur to keep them warm in the winter, it's hard to resist dressing them up in cozy sweaters, especially around the holidays. Here are seven cats who would probably rather get a lion cut, visit the vet or have their claws clipped than squeeze into a humiliating and itchy wool sweater.

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