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15 Banned Cartoons You’ll Never See on TV

On Monday, when I watched the previous night’s new episode of “Family Guy,” I got upset. It had nothing to do with the lazy writing, terrible jokes, or Peter being an overly cruel oaf; I’ve gotten used to be irritated at all that. I was pissed off at the animation. It was so lifeless, expressionless, and oddly static, as if the animators were more interested in background continuity than doing anything interesting with the background. So I did what I often do when I get mad at “Family Guy”: I watched Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies clips online. A childhood doesn't count unless you’ve watched a ton of cartoons starring Bugs Bunny and Foghorn Leghorn and the rest of the Warner Bros. gang, and going through them on YouTube was like being seven years old all over again, minus the bowl of Sprinkle Spangles cereal. But then I saw some shorts that I didn’t remember ever being on TV, with titles like “Coal Black and de Sebben Dwarfs” and “Uncle Tom's Bungalow.” I had come across the infamous “Censored Eleven.”

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14 William Shatner Myths and Conspiracy Theories

Excelling in television, movies, commercials, theater, and music William Shatner has penetrated every corner of the entertainment industry — it's no wonder that the man who could conceivably dominate the world has surfaced in several rumors and conspiracy theories.

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Top 10 Most Courageous Dogs

It is often said that dogs are the only animal capable of love, usually by people who have been snubbed by an overly snooty cat. However, time and time again, dogs have shown throughout history that they can not only show love, but the cold hard determination and bravery we’d come to expect from hardened soldiers. Sit and stay to read about the top 10 most courageous and brave dogs.

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10 Amazing Treetop Walkways Around the World

Treetop walkways or canopy walkways are bridges between and in the canopy of a forest, mostly linked up with platforms inside or around the trees. Early walkways consisted of bridges between trees in the canopy of a forest; mostly linked up with platforms inside or around the trees. They were originally intended as access to the upper regions of ancient forests for scientists conducting canopy research. Today they serve as ecotourism attractions, which are becoming increasingly popular around the world.

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10 Incredible Character-Defining Movie Tattoos

It’s easy to stick some cool tats on a character and enhance their presence – and we all love cool looking tattoos. It gets better when there is thought put into the tattoos, such as Mickey Rourke’s surprisingly well-researched prison tattoos in Iron Man 2. What’s even better than that is when a tattoo is not only well thought out, but also speaks worlds about that character and the story surrounding them. It’s not always possible in the context of the film – but when it is, it’s nice to see. Here are some of the tattoos I’m talking about.

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10 Green buses for Sustainable Public Transportation

Environment concerns, widening emission of green house gases, declining parking spaces and hike in gas prizes are some serious issues that are increasingly gaining ground. Government, industrial designers and intelligent minds are trying hard creating eco-friendly designs of commuting-buses in which you do not have to sacrifice your comfort. People across the world are looking for such green buses that are able to lure them towards public transport with the same level of comfort and ease that they experience in a car. And what is better, if improved traditional public transportation even goes green and come into the picture soon.

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10 Movie Sequels That Were Surprisingly Good

Everyone knows that most sequels are terrible, and that only a few are really good, and even those are only good because they're part of larger planned trilogies. (See, for example, The Godfather: Part II and The Empire Strikes Back.) But what about the middle ground? What about those sequels (or later entries in a series) that aren't just good, but are surprisingly good? The movies that actually beat the odds and turned out to be welcome entries in the story? There are more of these than you'd think, as long as you know where to look. They often aren't placed in the same pantheon as other film classics, but they're every bit as worth your time. Sadly, Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo didn't make the cut.

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15 Most Unnecessary Instructions Ever

When it comes to ripping open that brand new product you've been excited about, nothing is more of a buzz-kill than having to read a 12-page instructional manual. But leaving consumers without instructions is a huge liability for product makers, which is why brands try to make it easy for us by providing short, concise directions that get their points across without drowning us in legal jargon. Sometimes, though, product instructions are simplified so much that they become downright unnecessary -- and equally hilarious. We've rounded up some of the most unnecessary product instructions on the internet. Remember, "Better safe than sorry!"

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11 New Lives for Dead Tennis Balls - None of Which Involve Tennis

Old tennis balls may not be able to bounce around the court, but they can be incredibly handy around the house. Here are eleven second acts for the Wilsons. Just give the balls a chance.

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