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20 Dumbest Alleged Drunks

In our society, you are sober until proven drunk. Even if you're seen walking around the neighborhood naked with a beer bottle up your ass, you can't publicly be called "drunk" until the justice system has done its job. So we're not directly calling any of the individuals in this list a "drunk." But there are plenty of witnesses and authorities who allege that these special people, with their open cans of beer and penchant for spectacularly bad life choices, were intoxicated. There's an old saying that goes "God protects the children, the drunk and the ignorant." This list proves, at the very least, that the Big Guy certainly watches over the last two. Some of these "alleged" drunks shouldn't be alive. Yet they are. Here are 20 of the dumbest drunks in the history of imbibing. Remember to drink responsibly, kiddos, and more importantly, to drink smartly. For instance, if you're out partying, listen to your friends when they tell you to put down the fireworks and climb off the roof.

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10 Celebrity Couples Who Renewed Their Vows

Oh look, how adorable. LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian got married — again! For their first wedding anniversary, LeAnn and Eddie chose to do something totally unique — they renewed their vows! How romantic. There’s no better way to prove how deep your love is than to dive deep into your pockets every year and blow a wad of cash on another celebration. If I sound sarcastic, it’s because I am. I absolutely loathe this celeb-driven trend of renewing your wedding vows every dang year. Save it for when you’ve really put some muscle and sweat into making it work, okay, like a 10th anniversary. Not to put a damper on LeAnn and Eddie’s second big day, but I actually think renewing your vows ups your chances of divorce. Just click through this slideshow — four out of nine are divorced and at least one more is reportedly on the rocks. Okay, so maybe those odds are just a reflection of the current divorce stats. Whatever — save your cash for couples therapy, folks!

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7 Politically Incorrect TV Characters Who Couldn't Exist Today

The next time you find yourself sitting in front of the TV at one in the morning, cackling like Beavis and/or Butthead at whatever’s on Nick at Nite, take a moment to ask yourself if what you’re watching could even be made today without an assortment of angry groups protesting. Indeed, many of the most beloved old TV characters couldn’t even exist today thanks to their casual racism, sexism and all around Don Draperish view of the world. Some are gross stereotypes that no one could get away with today while some merely represent an outdated view of the world, but what these characters all have in common is that there is no way they could appear for the first time on TV today without getting protested or immediately pulled off the air.

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8 Foods That Fight Depression

A number of lifestyle factors can contribute to depression, but one that’s often overlooked is what you put in your mouth. “Diet plays a huge role in depression,” says Shawn Talbott, PhD, a nutritional biochemist and author of Vigor: 7 Days to Unlimited Energy, Focus, and Well-Being. Do you crave sweet, salty, and fatty foods when you’re feeling blue? You’re not alone. But, says Dr. Talbot, “If we eat better foods like lean proteins, whole grains, fresh fruits and vegetables, and fish, we short-circuit the junk food cravings and have higher energy levels and sharper mental focus.” Should you add these good-mood foods to your diet?

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20 American Cities That Are Getting Crushed By Foreclosures

Foreclosure activity climbed in 54 percent of U.S. metros in the first quarter of 2012. Overall, foreclosure activity decreased nearly 16 percent year-over-year across the U.S. and was down a marginal 2.25 percent from the previous quarter, according to the latest data from RealtyTrac. But foreclosures are expected to increase as especially in metros where the courts are working through a backlog of foreclosed properties. We drew on RealtyTrac data to show you the 20 metro areas with the biggest increase in foreclosure activity.

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11 Hardest Jobs to Get in America

From Astronauts and Astronomers… to Private Cooks and the President… here is a look at the 11 hardest jobs in America to land. The chances of giving birth to twins, dating a supermodel and winning an Oscar are all greater than getting any of these careers.

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10 Inexplicable Crimes and Disappearances

At various times, and from various parts of the world, there have been convincing reports of crimes and of assaults on people – and sometimes on animals – for which there is no generally acceptable solution. The cases described in the following list are in no particular order, as they are all just as intriguing and incredulous as each other. Many of these have no definable perpetrators, but these are all crimes that have been carried out in the most curious and perplexing of circumstances that truly defy all sense of logic and meaning.

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5 Common Misconceptions of Manscaping

In 2003, when “Queer Eye For The Straight Guy” was a cultural phenomenon, the term metrosexual became a hot topic. Thankfully, that term has become a footnote of pop culture history. But, the idea that even the most manliest of men can pamper himself still exists. One example of how a guy pampers himself is “manscaping,” or simply 21st century lingo for body hair removal. This trend was often associated with male models, porn stars, bodybuilders and even guys like Sean Combs or David Beckham, but today a lot of average Joes are joining in. And, we’re not just talking about the nether regions. It’s common for men to remove that unwanted chest and back hair, whether because they like the look or because the ladies prefer less hair.

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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 Questions That Never Got a Straight Answer on Television

One of the wonderful things about our television obsessions is, they keep us guessing. But sometimes, when someone asks a straight question and doesn't get a straight answer, it can get a bit annoying. Mysterious non-answers are a staple of television science fiction and fantasy — and sometimes it feels like people are just bending over backwards to avoid saying what they know. Here are 10 cases where television shows left us without any real answers to the questions they raised over and over. Plus we've edited together a huge video supercut, featuring a ton of scenes where someone asks a straight question, and doesn't get a straight answer.

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