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The Top 7 Girl Gamer Stereotypes

For Norris’ sake, we all know that girls play games. They play “hardcore” games, "casual" games, strategy games, adventure games, fighting games, mind games, games games games all the time every day. Can we stop with the “girl gamer” nonsense? Of course not, at least, not until we overanalyze every last stereotype you're subjected to. If you're lucky enough to be one of these "normals" we keep hearing about - you know, people who just enjoy playing games - be glad that you can't be lumped into a rigid category like those below. We’ve already dissected a variety of other stereotypes (with insulting illustrations!), so don’t go saying we only pick on the ladies. We love women, some of us are women. As always, we're not hating, we're just saying.

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15 Monstrous Harvesters

Custom machinery designed for harvesting vast amounts of produce very quickly, has a particularly hellish quality. This list shows the variety of designs around a common theme, each for gathering a different product: carrots; beans; spinach; coffee; lettuce; cranberries; grapes etc. But then then there are our special favorites such as the worm harvester or the machines that eat trees, including a video of the infamous spider-like walking tree harvester.

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The World’s 5 Weirdest Animal Races

Strikingly odd or unusual sporting event with the use of animals are practiced in different parts of the world. It has its own tradition where in a particular region it has gained momentum. It is a matter of fun and joy among the kids and adult who have a great time in applaud and encouragement.

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10 Celebrities Who Love World Of Warcraft

Guess what? Adrianne Curry, the very first winner of “America’s Next Top Model” and lover of all things Peter Brady, twittered recently: “Jumping into shower. Going to spend my afternoon playing World Of Warcraft butt naked & stoned. Perfect Sunday!” But most of the World Of Warcraft (WoW) geeks who twittered back were wondering whether to call bull***t on her. Because she’s a celebrity, so she can’t enjoy doing anything that can’t be taped and broadcast? Or is it because hot chicks only want to try on shoes.

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10 Incredibly Unnecessary Horror Movie Sequels

There's a difference between a necessary sequel and an unnecessary sequel. Ghostbusters 2 needed to happen. Same with The Dark Knight, same with Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, same with The Matrix: Reloaded (although in that case, we didn't know what we were asking for). When a movie leaves the audience wanting more, we're psyched when they deliver. On the other hand, Leprechaun Back 2 the Hood didn't need to happen. Neither did Jason X, King Kong Lives, nor The Birds 2: Land's End. They could have been done in one, but no, someone decided to whore those sequels until every last dollar was made. So, for your enjoyment and edification, here's 10 of the least necessary sequels to horror films that were ever made.

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18 Gadgets that Used to be High-Tech

Depending on your age, you’ve probably seen at least a few generations of technology. It’s amazing how quickly the sizes and shapes of our gadgets can change as the technology improves. The Chicago Tribune compiled a photo essay of gadgets that once were futuristic, but now might as well be from the Flintstones. Above: the fabled videodisc, predecessor to the modern DVD.

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7 Of The Most Expensive Flops In Television History

Movie bombs get all the publicity and airtime due to the gaudy amounts of money sometimes lost, but as the recent Jay Leno and Conan O’Brien fiasco proved TV is also pretty good at pissing away money. Entertainment Weekly put out a list of TV’s 50 biggest bombs in this week’s issue, but they are focused more on bad decisions. We’re more about the dollars and cents here, so we’ve put together a list of 7 of the worst flops in TV history, based purely on amount of money spent. Rankings here are somewhat subjective as it’s not always easy to tell exactly how much a TV show cost, but we think it’s a pretty good list.

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50 Brain Facts Every Educator Should Know

The brain is perhaps the most fascinating organ in the human body. It controls everything from breathing to emotions to learning. If you work with children, here are some facts that you might find helpful, from how the brain affects learning to facts about memory to interesting facts about the brain that you can share with your students.

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25 Great Reasons to Buy a Nintendo Wii

The Wii, Nintendo’s video game console, is one of the most popular gadgets among the gamers of the world. The Wii competes heavily with Sony PlayStation and Microsoft Xbox. Here are the top reasons as to why you should invest in the Nintendo Wii.

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11 Computer Things I Just Can't Get In To

I spend a ton of time in front of a computer. During a standard day, I'm in front of a computer for at least 12 hours. And that's actually down from a few years ago. Because of this deep, deep relationship between myself and my computer, I tend to give a lot of different computer- and Internet-related things a try, to see if they're going to make my computing experience better, happier, more convenient, whatever. Sometimes this works well. I gave Firefox a try, found it vastly superior to Internet Explorer, and now it's my browser. I installed the Google Toolbar and now find myself painfully reliant on it. But not everything sticks. This list is 11 computer things that I've tried to get into... but I just can't.

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Top 20 Science Fiction Movies of the 2000s

Considering the volume of releases, overall the 2000s have a dearth of truly good science-fiction films compared with the 1970s and 1980s. Many movies based on books that should have been better fell short: Planet of the Apes, The Time Traveler and The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. Movies based on other source material that should have been better include Attack of the Clones, V for Vendetta, The Matrix sequels, Terminator Salvation, Transformers, and the 9th and 10th Star Trek flicks.

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10 Amazing Free Fall Survivors

From a jumper whose parachute never opened, to a baby who survived a jet crash, meet ten unbelievable people who fell from great heights yet managed to survive.

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