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Top 10 movies to avoid, worst movies of all time

Thousands of readers of the magazine "Empire" participated in the survey "The worst movie of all time", and the final result was a list of these 10 movies … [Read More...]

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Ultra realistic paintings on the wall

Passing by these amazing 3D paintings will make you almost believe that there are real people standing by the wall. The paintings are made in such a way that you would probably try to touch the girl that's leaning on the wall or maybe the old lady that's resting, because they seem so realistic. The most surprising thing is that the artist is only using his bare hands and painting to make such … [Read More...]

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Man living with a Grizzly bear

This 800 pounds grizzly bear called Brutus is Casey Anderson's best friend, believe it or not. The famous naturalist and his furry friend are inseparable from the day Brutus was a 2 weeks old cub. Casey saved the bear from an overpopulated wildlife park, and raised him with lot of attention, love and respect. … [Read More...]

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The 10 Best Optical Illusions in Photos

We love taking photos and we love optical illusions. Add these two things together, give them a shake and we have a recipe for some fantastic images that will make you scratch your head. The Vintage Optical Illusion If you thought that optical illusions were a modern thing then take a look at this classic. It is pretty simple but looks rather amazing. The Floating on the Beach Illusion It … [Read More...]

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10 Impressive Presidential Residences from Around the World

1. Presidential Office Building, Taiwan The Renaissance-baroque styled majestic building was completed in 1919 when Japan ruled the area. Technically this is the Presidential Office of Republic of China. No, not People's Republic of China, the huge country we all know. The president of this republic, also known as Taiwan, moved into the building in 1950, after ROC lost control of the mainland … [Read More...]

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8 Fascinating Megalithic Structures

Join us in the quest for some of the most fascinating megalithic structures! But first let's clear out some stuff. The term megalith has two meanings. One refers to a large stone or group of stones representing a structure. No cement or mortar is used as an interlocking system. The second meaning refers to the prehistoric period when these constructions were erected. Let's focus on 'large stone'. … [Read More...]

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Bubble Eye Goldfish – The funniest fish in the aquarium

Unique is the right word for this fish. Also known as a Suihogan, the "bubble eye" goldfish has upward pointing eyes with two large fluid-filled sacs underneath them. The bubbles are extremely fragile and will pop if a sharp object punctures them; however, they'll grow back again in the event of their undoing. … [Read More...]

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Top 10 Best “B” Movies Ever Made

There exists a fine line between the realm of “B” movie magic and plain ol’ garbage filmmaking. These films must achieve a precarious balance between low budgets, unknown (or notoriously terrible) actors and unpredictable plots to create a piece of art so interesting and unforgettable that it inspires a cult following. The below list is a brief run-down of ten of the most notable of these … [Read More...]

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Britain’s Ugliest Dog Has Found Its Luck

Meet Britain's ugliest dog, Ug. He has been adopted by April Parker and her two teenage daughters who found him in the animal shelter Mayflower where he had been ignored for a long time, probably because most people couldn't see the beauty in him. Well, April had a different opinion, and now the pooch has a loving home and gracious owners. Ug is a two-year-old pointer cross with one blind eye and … [Read More...]

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Top Ten Action Figure Vehicles of the 1980′s

Before the 1980s, vehicles were relatively scarce for action figure toy lines. This was mostly because most action figures of the era were 8”-12” tall, so in-scale vehicles were expensive, both for the producers and for the consumers. … [Read More...]

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Great Flood Predictions

Global warming is all the rage these days, and with 2012 right around the corner, more and more people are talking about the Great Flood. When most people think about the Great Flood, their minds manufacture images of Noah's Ark, the Hindu story of Manu, or the harrowing Epic of Gilgamesh. Yes, the Great Flood myth is widespread among many cultures and is mostly about a huge flood that comes and … [Read More...]

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Michael Neff’s Amazing Chalk Art and Photography

An Interview with the Artist Himself I've looked at your website, and at your little corner of Gawker.  Your chalk art fascinates me.  You use a temporary medium to capture a temporary state - the shadows that fall in the evening and at night.  What made you think of starting this project, and what was the first thing you decided to capture that way? … [Read More...]

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Prodigious Art on World Globes

Most people associate world globes with geography classes or boring teachers’ offices. We have pop culture to thank for that. In 80's and 90's TV shows, globes could be found lurking in the corners of many a fictitious teacher's office--far more than actually existed in reality. But globes are no longer as boring as they used to be thanks to artist Wendy Gold. Wendy runs a company called … [Read More...]

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Finger Monkeys – Too Small To Be Real

Ever held a finger monkey before?  What's a finger monkey, you ask. Well, believe it or not, it's a monkey the size of a human finger. They got their name because of their size and the fact that they cling to your fingers when you try to hold them. … [Read More...]