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10 Celebrities You Think Are Dead But Are Still Alive
How many times have you seen a celebrity's death report on television or the Internet and thought to yourself, “I thought he (or she) was already dead!”? Or maybe you've told a friend or family member that a certain celebrity is dead, only to find out he or she is still alive? How do you think that feels – to be a celebrity that's so low on the celebrity hierarchy totem pole, people don't even know you're alive? Sometimes, of course, rumors like this start on the Internet and just blossom inexplicably. These types of rumors can even jump-start a stalled career (just look at Betty White!) Usually, though, it's a sad state of affairs if you're popular for being dead but you're not.
Escape Into 15 Fantastic Home Theaters To WOW You!
Most us watch movies to escape for a short while. With a spectacular home theater, a person could escape by merely entering the room. Whether they were created with a huge $150K budget or as a DIY project, your mouth might drop open into a wowed “O” by these 15 fantastic home theaters.
88 Brilliant Examples of Bokeh Photography
The quality of the blur has come to be known as “bokeh”. Bokeh in terms of photography referring the area in the photo which are out of focus light to increase beautiful and dramatic image. The origin of the term is from the Japanese word “romaji” (english characters) is spelled “boke” (pronounced bo-keh) and which means “fuzzy”. For good Bokeh, ideally points and lines would blur smoothly as they fell out of focus, in the manner, for example, of a smooth Gaussian blurring. There are many ways to attack photography and some are much more expensive than others. Here in this showcase, we presenting a Stunning collection of Bokeh Photography and Pictures taken by various artists in which all pictures are linked to the author’s pages. You may want to explore further works of the photographers we’ve featured below.
16 Lego Torture Devices
Torture has been used by almost all the cultures in order to punish, or to extract truth from a suspect. It has been defined as inflicting pain or suffering, both physical and mental in order to obtain a confession or to penalize the person being tortured. While there are stringent laws against using torture these days, the ancient and the medieval ages were not so. People were burned at stakes, impaled in fields, and crucified depending on the era they belonged to. Moreover, the medieval torture devices are now legendary and an integral part of the human history. These crude metal devices made sure that the victims died a slow and excruciatingly painful death. These notoriously elaborate torture devices have been recreated in Lego by many geeks. Here are some of the best Lego recreations of torture devices. Some of them maybe disturbing, but the presence of Lego lessens the unpleasantness of it all.
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The 10 Best Box Office Bombs Of All Time
It’s always easy to kick a guy while he’s down. Especially if that guy happens to be named MacGruber. Even though the advance press for MacGruber was positive, the movie’s admittedly embarrassing $4.1M box office performance has turned most of the press sour as kitty litter and raised calls for SNL producer Lorne Michaels to stop spinning SNL skits into feature films. But great movies don’t always perform well at the box office, and I don’t care what anyone says—MacGruber is awesome. Its jokes are outrageous and unexpected. I felt what I imagine it might have been like to see Airplane for the first time. Keep reading for a list of the 10 greatest movies with the worst opening-weekend box office performances in recent memory.
7 Famous People Who Were Unemployed Before They Got Their Break
If you’ve ever been unemployed, then you know how scary it can be as those checks start to dry up. Here are 7 people who went from those government checks to much BIGGER checks in the blink of an eye.
5 Ways Not to End Up a Statistic on Memorial Day
Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial beginning of summer and, as I know from a trip one May weekend a few years ago with my daughter, a busy time for emergency rooms nationwide. (The triage nurse congratulated me for getting to the ER before sundown, because it seems that after dark is when most of the accidents that lead to ER trips occur.) So that you don’t end up a statistic on Memorial Day weekend, I thought you would be interested in these five tips from the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) on how to stay safe and healthy over the holiday weekend.
12 Simple Steps to a Blissful Marriage
One of the most common questions we hear is, "How do we make our relationship work?" The answers are complicated, varied, and, after a while, can start to sound like muddled platitudes. But these commonplace sayings get repeated because they work. With this in mind, we pulled together 12 cliches that, in fact, reveal simple, tried-and-true advice for having a healthy, happy relationship. Read on and let us know what you think.
11 More Incredibly Disturbing Moments in Kids' Movies
Children's movies are big business. Every couple of weeks, you can pretty much count on a new CGI movie to appear in theaters, nowadays usually in 3-D and more than likely with a Kids Meal tie in at a fast food chain. The majority of these films are pretty bland and the only real guarantee with most of them is that they will be out on DVD in about six months. But not that long ago, children's movies used to be darker, weirder and kind of insane. Let's face it, a sequel to Wizard of Oz that starts with Dorothy Gale in an insane asylum is not very likely to get the greenlight for production today.
Top 40 Useful Sites To Learn New Skills
The web is a powerful resource that can easily help you learn new skills. You just have to know where to look. Sure, you can use Google, Yahoo, or Bing to search for sites where you can learn new skills, but I figured I’d save you some time. Here are the top 40 sites I have personally used over the last few years when I want to learn something new.