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America’s 35 Best Hot Dogs

The hot dog is one of the few foods that’s nearly impossible to screw up. You heat it through, tuck it into a bun, squirt on some mustard, and call it lunch. But there’s a big difference between not screwing something up and turning it into a paradigm-shifting, transcendental dining experience. And there are lots of hot dog stands, restaurants, and drive-ins out there that have the power to change your life. The perennial grill mate to hamburgers, the hot dog sometimes gets the short end of the stick, charring at the back of the grill while juicy burgers are snatched up as soon as they hit the right temperature. But there’s a science, if not an art form, behind constructing the perfect hot-dog-eating experience.

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10 Lessons Learned from the Worst Gun I Ever Owned

The day I turned 21 was one of the most memorable days of my life. Not only for the legal drinks at the local Applebee’s, but for the hour-long trek to a not-so-local gun store to make the most exciting, and ultimately worst, purchase of my life—a Kimber Stainless Ultra Carry chambered in .40S&W. I took a lot of pride in choosing my first handgun. I believed I’d done my research. Being new to firearms, I made a list of requirements and handed them to my husband. He came up with several guns that would meet these requirements and off we went, stumbling through a, sadly, anticlimactic purchase.

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The 10 Worst Actors on Hugely Popular TV Shows

Has there ever truly been a perfect TV series? We'd all like to think so, and surely we could rattle off several that we consider the best of the best. But when you really think about it, almost all shows, as wonderful and popular as they are, have at least one blemish. Typically, this weak spot is an actor who isn't up to snuff with the rest of the cast of characters. After all, a character is only as good as the actor who portrays him or her, and we feel the following list gathers some of the worst offenders in the recent history of popular television.

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Top 10 Failed McDonald’s Products

In an attempt to stay on top of the game, McDonald’s occasionally tried out new menu items. Some of them become a great success while others are destined to fail before they even begin. This list looks at 10 of the worst McDonald’s products which eventually fell into obscurity or vanished entirely. Feel free to mention your own favorite worst products in the comments.

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Top 10 Brutal Killing Techniques From The Animal Kingdom

Thanks to evolution, mankind can walk upright, build massive cities and microbrew strong, tasty beer. While that's great, evolution also has a sadistic side. Killing and eating prey is a part of nature, but the way some animals go about it is just brutal. A lion's bite to the neck would be a walk in the park compared to some of these brutal killing techniques. We're not sure why so many horror writers have to invent vampires, ghosts and zombies to scare audiences. As the following 10 brutal killing techniques will prove, nightmare-inspiring fodder is plentiful in the animal kingdom. A nature documentary can be every bit as scary as the latest blockbuster.

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10 Things I Did as a Child That Kids Today Would Never Do

Kids today just ain’t the same. Yeah I said it! They’re weak. They live indoors in their perfect little plastic bubbles. They spend their days using technology and their summers in all sorts of fancy-dancy, specialty camps. Well, this post is a throwback to the good ol’ days of growing up. Back in the day, when we stayed outside until dark, Living La Vida Loca, before it was even a song — LOL.

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7 Ways to Foster Gratitude in Kids

Research has shown that gratitude plays a major role in an adult’s well-being and success, but there has been little corresponding research addressing its development and enhancement in children’s lives. In fact, until 2005, we know of no studies that examined gratitude and well-being in young children. Then, in 2006, psychologists Nansook Park and Christopher Peterson conducted an analysis of parents’ descriptions of their children’s strengths—and found that gratitude had the strongest relationship to life satisfaction. In more recent years, two long-term studies have shown why gratitude may be particularly beneficial to youngsters.

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20 Famous UFO Sightings

On the 30th anniversary of ET, Stylist looks for answers to the question - is there anybody out there? From alien abductions to lights in the sky and mysterious flying objects, here are 20 of the world's most talked-about UFO sightings.

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9 Sandwiches That Will Make Your Brown-Bag Lunch Sing

Being stuck in an office all day is detrimental to a few things — namely, our lunches and our tans. We’re here to help with the first. Prevent PB&J fatigue with these nine solutions to the boring brown bag dilemma. With any luck, it won't feel like you’re eating at your desk anymore.

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9 Gun Buying Tips for the New Shooter

For me, one of the great joys of being a firearms hobbyist is introducing someone new to the community. I have never been a professional instructor, but I consider it a public service to give my time to a new shooter to help them safely and accurately use the weapons they own or may soon own. Besides safety and marksmanship, though, there’s also helping a new shooter to economically and successfully purchase the weapons they want and need, so they can enjoy the sport with as little regret as possible. To that end, I’ve come up with a few tips for the new gun buyer on how to get the most bang for their buck when buying new guns.

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10 Tips For Finding Ammo

Can you imagine my excitement? I have 327 rounds of .22LR. That’s it. I just reviewed the new .22LR Walther PPK. I’m in the process of reviewing the .22LR ZIP. I have one of the most badass .22LR’s ever made on the way. And this trusted friend informs me that he is standing in front of several thousand rounds. And 550 are selling for less than $20. Get me 3,000 rounds, I texted back. Now. Get them now. Put them in the cart. I proceeded to explain why I needed them, though he knows. He writes reviews for, too. He didn’t buy any. In fact, he was in the car, driving away, before I figured out he hadn’t bought a single round.

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10 Deadliest Snipers of World War II

The highly skilled sharpshooters known as snipers (a term that originated in British India to describe hunters able to pick off the elusive “snipe” bird) became vitally important during the Second World War. Fighting on the Eastern Front, the Soviets, in particular, were expert marksmen — and noticeably dominate the following list. The Soviet Union was the only country that had expressly trained sniper units in the decade leading up to the World War Two, and their superiority (with the obvious exception of the top-ranked sniper on this list) is clearly displayed by the numbers beside the names of its marksmen. Expert sharpshooters such as Vasily Zaytsev — who reputedly killed 225 soldiers during the Battle of Stalingrad — proved beyond all doubt their immense value to their military forces during the war. In the aftermath, their importance was never to be underestimated.

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