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The Terrible 20: Rejected Olympic Sports

The Olympic Committee sparked some outrage amongst the hot-headed knitting community recently when it suggested that the "Ravelympics," a competitive event for knitters inspired by the forthcoming London games, was disrespectful to the hard work and athleticism required to take part in the REAL Olympic Games. Apparently, competitive knitting isn't a real sport. Today's rejected sports are tomorrow's Olympic events.

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Top 10 Depressing Movie Endings That Are Oddly Uplifting

We don’t necessarily go to the movies to cry, but it tends to happen. Well, unless you’re a manly man, in which case you likely only cry at a movie when a football star dies, or Jason Statham wrecks a beautiful car. But the fact is that there are a lot of depressing movies in the world, with unhappy endings that force us to consider our mortality, and head straight to the liquor cabinet to drown our sorrows. Of course, there’s no steadfast rule that a sad movie can’t still be uplifting. Here are ten great and depressing films with surprisingly uplifting endings.

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The 10 Biggest Misconceptions About Gypsies

Most people think that there's not much else to Gypsies other than fortunetelling and wearing a lot of bracelets. You'll quickly find, though, that most of what you know about the Romani people is wrong—and you can see up-close and personal with American Gypsies, premiering July 17 at 9pm only on National Geographic Channel.

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10 More Odd and Unusual Boating Events

Just a couple of days ago, we had 10 Strange and Wonderful Boat Races. Readers suggested other boat races, hinting that a list of ten was not enough. So here are ten more events in which you can enjoy some awesome and unusual boating, floating, and racing.

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Saved By The Bell’s 20 Greatest Sports Moments

Welcome to the first edition of With Leather's newest, least cool weekly feature ever: SPORTS ON TV, where we countdown the greatest sports-related moments from your favorite, mostly not sports-related television shows. This week's edition tackles 'Saved By The Bell', an UPROXX network favorite about early 90s southern California high school kids who get to do anything they want whenever they want and face zero consequences. The show ran from 1989-1993, but existed in one form or another before that and afterwards until 2000. I'm not too proud to admit that syndication eventually showed me every 'Saved By The Bell' episode five times over, so we're starting there. Maybe we'll get to those clips of Urkel playing basketball next week.

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10 Best Home Gym Companies

If you're like me, you much rather make your pumping iron faces in the comfort of your own home than on the open floor of your local gym. Not to mention perks like never having to wait in line, knowing that any dampness you come across is not somebody else's sweat, only having to contend with your own B.O., and the comfort of knowing that if you happen to push out a little gas as you push out that last rep, the dog is the only one that will judge you. To get the most out of your home workout, you're going to need a good home gym. So to help you get started, here is a list of the top ten best home gym companies

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Top 5 Tips To Kill Moss In Your Garden Lawn

I have a huge problem. I have just looked out of my window and found that my once lovely lawn has been taken over by big patches of green moss! This lovely poster is what my lawn should look like (I am just too embarrassed to show you an actual picture of mine). I have set about finding the best way to kill moss in my lawn, what is the best lawn moss killer and what other treatments are available to remove the moss in my garden so I can get my green, moss free, lawn back for the summer - and then find ways to keep it away for summers to come.

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10 Famous Roles Almost Played by Bill Murray

Bill Murray is an interesting case study -- He's enjoyed an incredibly successful film career that's spanned over three decades, and yet like so many comedic film actors of his generation (such as Steve Martin and Dan Akyroyd), he would never be considered to be your traditional "leading man" type. He's not classically good-looking (unless you're into that Edward James Olmos "I could eat soup out of your pockmarks" kind of thing) and more often than not his onscreen persona is defined by dark sarcasm and misanthropy. But nonetheless, there is definitely something charismatic about Bill Murray, and he brings something unique to all the roles he plays. I couldn't picture anyone nailing Peter Venkman from Ghostbusters or Phil Connors from Groundhog Day quite the way Murray did - with such snarky bravdo and charming dislike for humanity.

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Meth Labs and Selling Babies: 10 Bizarre Crimes in Walmart Parking Lots

Since the degree of difficulty in rounding up bizarre crimes inside our nation’s Walmarts is pretty low, we thought we’d instead go for the more challenging feat: all the crazy stuff that happens just outside the super-stores. Here are 10 true crimes that all took place in Walmart parking lots.

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