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They Didn’t Die the Way You Think They Died

May 14, 2018

Some celebrities are as famous for their shocking deaths as they were for the work they did during their lives. As it turns out, the collective knowledge of their deaths…turned out to not be true. JAMES DEAN Dean was a brooding, charismatic, and m...

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No Socks Day!

May 7, 2018

Here’s are some facts about the one thing keeping your feet from the inside of your shoes—socks. (Today is actually “No Socks Day,” but still.) Old Socks The word sock comes from an Old English word socc, part of the language since about the...

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Hope Your Friday the 13th is Better Than These

April 12, 2018

According to superstition and modern folklore, “Friday the 13th” is a day where weird stuff is destined to happen. There’s no truth to that, of course…or is there? Lighting Strikes On Friday, August 13, 2010, a boy was at  the Lowestoft Sea...

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Happy Birthday, Barbie

March 9, 2018

Today is National Barbie Day. Why? It was on this day in 1959 that the doll was unveiled to the public for the first time, at the American International Toy Fair in New York. TV-based Marketing Strategy Barbie was the first toy to have a TV-based ma...

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Finally, A ‘Pac-Man’ Game That Kids Can Enjoy!

February 20, 2018

Spinoffs have long been a part of TV and the movies. The Simpsons and Frasier launched off from The Tracey Ullman Show and Cheers, respectively, while Minions is a spinoff of the Despicable Me movies, to name some examples. The phenomenon happens in ...

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