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15 Dumb Quotes About Nazis By Famous People

Famous people love to compare other people to Hitler and the Nazis, and this list proves that. But why can't celebrities resist making irresponsible and ignorant Nazi analogies? Here is a theory: they're dumb. That class of pampered peacocks are drooling doofuses when it comes to either history or appropriate rhetorical devices. First off, historically speaking, you'd be hard-pressed to find an organization as ruthlessly competent as the Nazis. The sheer global magnitude of their malevolent carnage is unprecedented. So give the devil his due. If you're going to compare someone to the Nazi Party, then they have some big, blood-slicked jackboots to fill. Anyone who has a basic understanding of history should know this. While we're on this topic, there is never any reason to express any sympathy for Hitler. He was a madman whose paranoia, cruelty, and arrogance overshadowed whatever talents he might or might not have had.

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Photoshop Contest: The 18 Best of SHAQ WEEK

Shark Week 2012 may kick off on Sunday, but not everyone is stretching in front of their couches and heating up their microwavable popcorn just yet. Conan O'Brien still has stuff to do. And by "stuff," we mean launch a week of his own. A better week. Shaq Week. It's the ultimate glimpse into the retired NBA star's glamorous celebrity life. Who needs sharks?

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Dog Breeds By City: The 10 Most Popular Pet Picks In The U.S.

Is your city filled with pedigreed pooches and designer dogs or is it more of a mixed-breed mecca? Care to venture a guess as to which breed is the top pick in your metropolitan region? We recently shared the breeds that are most popular by state, so this time, we decided to dig deeper into Vetstreet's data to determine just which purebred pups are most common in 10 highly populated American cities — from New York to Los Angeles, with some equally big names in between.

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10 Worst Marriage Proposal Fails

Whether you've met your other half through online dating, at work or having your eyes lock in a crowded room, there's nothing more heartfelt than a marriage proposal that goes smoothly and romantically. Sadly, there's also nothing more crushingly embarrassing than a proposal that crashes and burns, particularly in public. We list 10 lovers who popped the question when the time and place weren't right - and suffered the dire consequences.

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12 Baseball Feats That Only Happened Once

I've been a Major League baseball nut since I was about 12 years old. I will read and study box scores and baseball record books and derive the same joy other men probably derive from reading Shakespeare, Poe, or Dickens. My mind is a reservoir of odd baseball facts, statistics, and trivia. So here is a list of "only occurred once" baseball facts.

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Top 10 Ways to Boost Your Home Wi-Fi

Wi-Fi is one of the most useful and important parts of using a computer, and yet it's also one of the most frustrating. If you're plagued by slow speeds, bad reception, and other Wi-Fi issues, here are 10 ways you can power up the Wi-Fi in your home.

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13 Things A Funeral Director Won’t Tell You

Read the money-saving secrets funeral directors from across the country aren't taking to the grave with these insider tips for planning a funeral.

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Top 10 Astonishing Things You Didn’t Know About Human Dissection

Having just published a book called Dissection on Display, I feel compelled to share with you a series of astounding facts I’ve picked up about anatomizing the human body. You are probably aware that “Gray’s Anatomy” is a textbook that was painstakingly compiled by British anatomist Henry Gray, long before it was a popular television drama. You may know about the history of medical dissection (as opposed to forensic autopsy), and its dependence on execution, destitution, and exhumation for corpses on which to practice and experiment. You may even be familiar with the 200-year-old preserved dissections of anatomists Honoré Fragonard of France and Frederik Ruysch of the Netherlands. But I hope to surprise you with some of the lesser-known facts about the bloody history of exploring our internal working.

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The 25 Worst Meals in Movie History

Though movies often ignore the day-to-day upkeep of the body—you only see characters go to the bathroom if a dinosaur is going to eat them, you only see someone in bed if they're going to bone—cinema has provided us with plenty of meals to linger on. Some present food in such a sumptuous manner, you want to climb through the screen. (Raise your hand if you've ever wanted to go to prison just to eat like Henry Hill does in GoodFellas.) Other films present food the way it always ends up: bad. With vomit bags in hand, we sat down at cinematic tables to find the worst meals. Some are terrible because the food is gross, others find their awfulness in the situation.

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