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Top 5 The Black Guy Did It Excuses By White Criminals

Every year, it seems as if a crazy white person commits a crazy crime and blames it on a Black person. That said, here are the top 5 “The Black Guy Did It” excuses by white criminals. This crazy, overweight, young Republican thought it would be a good idea to carve a backwards B on her face and blame it on a Black Barack Obama supporter. Too bad the police investigated her story and found out it was B.S… only after John McCain and Sarah Palin called her and offered her their condolences.

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Origami-Inspired Architecture: 14 Geometric Structures

For all the effort, skill and time it takes to produce a typical work of origami, the result can be ephemeral, limited by the delicate nature of paper. But apply the same techniques and visuals to architecture, and suddenly the intriguing geometric and mathematical qualities of this ancient Japanese art take on a sense of awe-inspiring scale and permanence. Here are 14 faceted structures, from flat pack emergency shelters to multi-story museums.

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The 7 Most Incredible Telescopes In Existence

The biggest telescope dish right now is at the Arecibo Observatory of Puerto Rico. This dish took three years to build (1960-1963) and, clocking in at about 20 acres in size, has enjoyed a 50-year reign as the largest telescope dish. The gaping depth of the bowl makes the dish much more sensitive, so scientists using the telescope can collect as much data in minutes as smaller telescopes could in hours.

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Top 10 Molecular Gastronomy Restaurants in the U.S.

Molecular gastronomy — in which avant-garde cooking techniques and equipment are used to transform flavors and presentations — may be a divisive issue within the culinary community, but there's no doubt that some chefs create molecular cuisine that is not only thought-provoking but also revolutionizes the palate. Experience the best of this exciting epicurean frontier at these Top 10 Molecular Gastronomy Restaurants in the U.S., presented in alphabetical order.

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7 Best Pump Shotguns for Less Than $500

A pump shotgun is like your old hunting truck. It might not be fancy. It might not have a lot of frills. But when you turn the key, it always gets the job done. That’s why many hunters have chosen a pump shotgun as their first shotgun, and it’s why many have chosen one as their last shotgun. A pump is simple, reliable, holds more shells than a break-action and can be had at a reasonable price. On the subject of price, you could pay a lot of money for a pump with glossy walnut and gold inlay. But that’s sort of like putting chrome rims on your johnboat trailer. A pump, rather, should be used and abused. Yes, you get a lot for your money when you buy a pump shotgun. To give you a better idea of just how much you can get, we put together this list of the best pump shotguns for less than $500. Many of these guns can also be purchased used for hundreds less, but if you’re headed to the local gun shop, here’s what five Benjamins will get you.

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The 7 Best Western-Themed Sci-Fi TV Episodes

As anyone who ever read Topless Robot's list of the 10 Greatest Sci-Fi Westerns will be quick to point out, the merging of cowboys and aliens is always a welcome thing (okay, except when Harrison Ford and Daniel Craig are involved, apparently). You see for nearly as long as sci-fi shows have been on the air, writers have been utilizing the American West as a backdrop for their fantastical tales. So much so in fact that Western episodes of sci-fi series have now become a familiar trope for TV writers to take advantage of. The reasoning for this is simple: the Old West opens up plenty of exciting storytelling possibilities that can shake up the status quo of a series. Thusly, sci-fi shows ranging from Batman to Star Trek: The Next Generation have all briefly transplanted their characters to the lawless frontier with enormous success.

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10 Tips for Staying Safe Online

The Internet is an amazing resource and it should be apparent to all that it is here to stay. There is so much information people can gather, so many tasks people can accomplish, and so many personal connections to be made that the Internet is truly a one of a kind and irreplaceable tool in today's world. But as with everything, there are ways you can get in trouble if you are not careful. Along with all of the good the Internet provides, it also provides a medium for scammer, identity thieves, and other predators. This certainly shouldn't scare you away from using the Internet, but while doing so, you should be aware of the risks. Listed below are the top ten things you can do to keep yourself safe.

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17 Free Items You Should Take From Hotels

When you stay in a hotel for a few days, there’s a good chance you spend a hefty portion of your monthly mortgage or rent budget on a single room. It may be absurd, but the hotel industry – like most other industries – has learned that people willingly hand over their hard-earned cash for accommodations while on vacation. But if you’re like me, you want to get your money’s worth. I want more than a good night’s rest for my $200. So when I leave the hotel, my bag is full of “extras” that help me save cash elsewhere. Some of these money-saving freebies are obvious, but there are others you may not even realize you can take.

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The 10 Unhealthiest Fast-Food Hamburgers

Nowadays it seems like every burger chain is obsessed with cramming as much food between two buns as humanly possible. Be it four burger patties, 10 strips of bacon, blue cheese, or even a fried chicken patty, it seems like we’ve lost sight of the sandwich that started it all: the humble hamburger. Believe it or not, there was a time when people were able to take a thin patty of beef, place it between two halves of a bun, apply a squirt of ketchup and possibly some diced onions, and call it lunch. No cheese, no mayo, not even lettuce and tomato.

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26 Fascinating Pictures of the Chicago Bean

The stainless steel sculpture named Cloud Gate opened in Chicago‘s Millennium Park in 2005. Known to most people as “The Bean”, the sculpture’s highly polished surface and odd shape makes it perfect for a fascinating photograph in all sorts of weather.

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8 Precariously Placed Cliff Towns

These quaint towns have it all – remote location, rich history, a ton of classic architecture and last but not least, incredibly breathtaking views. Nestled into cliffs, above gorges, and on top of ancient lava flows, it’s pretty amazing these cities have survived for so long.

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10 Formidable Predatory Insects

We are used to seeing insects as prey animals; everyone eats them, from birds and spiders, to humans. But there are predators among insects as well, and some of them are among Nature’s most perfect killers. I give you ten of the most formidable predatory insects… and be grateful that they don’t come in large sizes!

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