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The 25 Funniest Tweets About The Debate

With its wonky arguments about taxes and health care, Wednesday's presidential debate may not have been the most riveting 90 minutes of the 2012 campaign. But the faceoff between President Obama and GOP challenger Mitt Romney produced no shortage of humor on Twitter, where observers cracked jokes about everything from Romney's perceived swipe at "Sesame Street's" Big Bird to Jim Lehrer's passive moderating style. By the end of the debate, both @FiredBigBird and @SilentJimLehrer were newly minted Twitter accounts with thousands of followers. And Twitter reported 10.3 million tweets during the debate, making it "the most tweeted-about event in U.S. politics." But many people on Twitter just thought the debate was boring.

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28 Cringe-Worthy Vintage Product Endorsements

There’s a moment in your typical advertising brainstorm when the people charged with wrestling the creative elements to the ground cry uncle, settling on a clumsy compromise for the sake of getting on with the really important business—billing their clients. Or so these advertisements fronted by some rather improbable pitchmen and women would suggest. Is a clown really going to convince us to buy tires for our cars? Did anyone ever believe Bill Gates bought his computers at Radio Shack? And don’t tell me it took a cheap brand of vodka to pry Woody Allen out of his shell.

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13 Things You Never Knew You Could Make in a Crock Pot

Cooking enchiladas in a slow cooker means less mess, which is always a good thing. Make your favorite enchilada filling and roll it into corn or flour tortillas, then put a cup of salsa in the slow cooker and put the enchiladas on top. Cover with more salsa and cheese. Repeat and create a second layer. Cook on high for four hours and sprinkle on 1/2 cup of cheese in the last 10 minutes of cooking. Serve hot and delicious.

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Jim Carrey Improvised All The Best Lines And 9 Other Things You Might Not Know About Dumb And Dumber

The original was such an out-of-nowhere tour de force of comedy. Still, if the sequel is even half as funny as the first, I’ll leave the theater sides aching and happy. We know Dumb and Dumber To picks up with Harry and Lloyd 20 years later, but what about that original road trip to the magical town of Aspen and their quest to deliver a brief case to Mary “Samsonite”? To celebrate the return of Harry and Lloyd, here are some facts you might not know about their 1994 cross-country adventure in the Shaggin Wagon.

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11 Classic Tongue Twisters

You guys are still into tongue twisters, right? I didn’t want to admit it. Even for me, it just seemed too childish. But recently a Jason Mraz-tweeted tongue twister had me delighting in my inability to enunciate “Irish wristwatch.” I texted it to all my friends. So, if you, too, are ready to admit your fondness for such puerile phonetic frivolity, please join me in celebrating 11 classics in the field.

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Top Six Celebrities Who Should Never Sing Again

Brace yourself, everybody. Not content with torturing us back in 2006 with her debut album, Paris Hilton is apparently preparing to unleash a second one. So, in her honor and as a means to prepare ourselves, here's our list of the top six celebrities who should never make music ever again. Oh, and for the record, we will defend William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy's musical attempts 'til the day we die (K-Fed's lucky we couldn't find a good version of "Popozao" though).

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Top 5 Flu Prevention Tips

It’s that time of year when I see lots of patients who feel downright miserable—congestion, aches, pains, fever, coughs, fatigue. Cold and flu season is here. While there is no cure for the flu, there are some treatments to help ease symptoms. Most people with milder flu will feel better in a few days. But for those who get very sick or are at high risk for health problems from the flu, doctors may prescribe antiviral medicines. These medicines may shorten the duration of symptoms by about a day, but must be started within two days of first symptoms to be most effective.

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22 Things Happy People Do Differently

There are two types of people in the world: those who choose to be happy, and those who choose to be unhappy. Contrary to popular belief, happiness doesn’t come from fame, fortune, other people, or material possessions. Rather, it comes from within. The richest person in the world could be miserable while a person living in the slums of a third world country could be happy and content. I have spent plenty of time amongst both groups to have seen it first hand. Happy people are happy because they make themselves happy. They maintain a positive outlook on life and remain at peace with themselves. The question is: how do they do that?

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6 Amazing Oceanic Creatures

The depths of the ocean are jam-packed with weird and wonderful creatures, great, small, hairy, ugly, colorful and alike. We were hard-pressed to pick just six, but here are some of the most amazing, and lesser known, creatures of the seas.

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Top 10 Best US Museums

Museums are a place of great interest and imagination of art people and one loves to visit a museum of any place to know the culture and different activities of a nation or a country. Museums plays a major role in presenting a nation’s collection of culture, science and technology and things of historical importance. There are a lot of museums in the World, some are very large and famous with tons of interesting collections while some are small and even depicts interests of a little state. We have collected the Best Top 10 National Museums located in US. America is very conservative in its culture, thought , religion and comprehensive knowledge at times about a thing. America has been really conscious of making great state of the art museums in each state and let people see what they have in their collection of great Museums in US.

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The 10 Greatest Soviet Cosmonauts in History

It’s almost a cliché. Most kids dream about wearing a spacesuit and launching into the mysterious, awe-inspiring realms of outer space. And with iconic heroes like Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin to look up to, it’s small wonder. Yet Armstrong, Aldrin and all the other famous American astronauts aren’t the only ones to have taken groundbreaking steps in the history of space exploration. On the other side of the Cold War divide, the Soviet Union kept itself busy as well. Here’s a look at 10 Soviet cosmonauts who realized their dreams of becoming astronauts – embarking on careers that are like the stuff of storybooks.

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10 Professional Wrestlers You Never Knew Had College Degrees

The chest-beating, body-slamming, over-the-top antics of professional wrestling don’t usually bring academics to mind. There are a fair few unwarranted stereotypes associated with the wrestling world and its fans, but many pro wrestlers have proved that their brains are just as well honed as their biceps. Don’t let the spandex and baby oil fool you – they managed to find the time to hit the books as well as the ring, earning degrees in fields as diverse as industrial engineering, political science, and criminology.

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