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Top 10 Movies You Didnít Know Were Based on Shakespeare Plays

Itís no secret that Hollywood loves Shakespeare. The Bard was one of the most prolific writers of all-time, and his works are transcendent pieces that have always, and will continue to, stand the test of time. From Hamlet to Romeo and Juliet to A Midsummer Nightís Dream, his influence is still present in all facets of life to this day, including the movies. Some movies are pretty straightforward when it comes to honoring the Bard, while others are a whole lot more subtle.

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The 15 Best Pictures of Blake Lively

Yes, itís that time again where I give up writing for an hour so we have some pretty pictures to look at. Blake Lively is in the news right now because she secretly married Ryan Reynolds this weekend. I thought Scarlett Johansson would be pissed until I found out she and Reynolds got divorced like ten years ago. See what happens when I stop reading Perez Hilton? Lively got her big break on Gossip Girl, and has recently been making a transition to film. Sometimes with great success (The Town), sometimes not (Green Lantern), and sometimes in the middle (Savages). Iíve collected the 15 best pictures I could find of her for your viewing pleasure, at least all the ones I was allowed to print here after her recent phone hacking scandal.

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10 Deplorable Conditions

Rebeccah Lynn Ates, 35, and Vance Joseph Ates, 38, of Jay, FL., face charges of child neglect after police discovered that the couple's home, where two young children lived, was filled with garbage and infested with urine. According to police, who had responded to a domestic disturbance call in early January, 2012, the home smelled strongly of urine and there was food and garbage all over the floor. reports that Rebeccah Ates told police that the home had been in that state for a year. The children were turned over to family members.

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10 Tips for Landscape Photographers

So many times I have pointed my camera at a landscape simply because it was there and looked beautiful. This was a a trap. I had been lured me into believing that simply taking the photograph was worthwhile in itself. All I had done was hold a mirror up to nature. I had not made the photograph. The image made no statement and expressed nothing about my own perspective. Ansel Adams understood that the photographer needs to find a voice through the landscape. For years I floundered because I had nothing to convey other than the obvious beauty of the land. I realised that I had to find a way to engage with the landscape because, if I couldnít, then neither could the people who saw my photographs.

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The 20 Cities With The Happiest Young Professionals

The 20 happiest cities for young professionals, compiled by career site, is based on analysis from more than 38.000 employee generated reviews between 2011 and 2012. Young professionals, defined by CareerBliss as employees with less than 10 yearsí experience in a full-time position, were asked to rate ten key factors that affect workplace happiness, including work-life balance, oneís relationship with the boss and co-workers, the work environment, job resources, compensation, growth opportunities, company culture, company reputation, daily tasks, and job autonomy. They valued each factor on a five-point scale, and also indicated how important it was to their overall happiness at work. The numbers were combined to find an average rating of overall employee happiness for each respondent, and then sorted by location to find which cities had the happiest young workers.

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6 Sensible Things You Should Never Do in a Zombie Outbreak

If you have any kind of active fantasy life, you've got at least a vague idea of what you're going to do when society turns into zombies. Maybe you've picked a favorite weapon or a defendable location. People argue about the best zombie survival plans like it's a religion, and it sort of is, because unless something extremely unlikely happens, we will have wasted billions of hours on pointless speculation and planning.

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8 Movie Star Life Stories That Were Completely Made Up

You know you shouldnít believe everything you read about famous actors and actresses. Here are eight stars whose life stories (or significant parts thereof) were as fictional as the movies they starred in.

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20 of the Best Closing Scenes in Television

After recently taking a look at some of our favorite TV pilot opening scenes, we decided it would only be fitting to look at some of our favorite closers across history. Some are wholly satisfying for their sense of closure after a long ride with characters we came to know and love, while others are equally poignant for their ambiguity, often thanks to early cancellation. Although these are just the final moments, revisiting these scenes has been enough to make us laugh, cry, and get thoroughly freaked out all over again, and we hope that perhaps they can provide you some healthy catharsis, too.

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The 6 Worst Credit Cards For People With Bad Credit

If you have a FICO score of lower than 600, you are considered to be someone with bad credit. One way to rebuild your credit is by getting a credit card and using it wisely. Knowing this, various credit card providers offer cards designed specifically for people with bad credit. While most of these cards come with high fees, interest rates, or restrictions, some are still recognizably better than others. Instead of helping people to rebuild their financial lives, some cards do more harm than good by charging exorbitant interest rates and hidden fees.

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25 Home Remedies for Athlete's Foot

Blame the advertising man who misnamed it in the 1930s, but athlete's foot has nothing to do with athletes. It's a fungal infection of the feet. Also known as tinea pedis, or "ringworm of the feet," it has nothing to do with worms either. The Trichophyton fungus that causes the redness, itching, cracking, and scaling of athlete's foot can also infect the scalp, where it causes hair loss and scaly patches; the body, where it causes round, red, scaly patches that itch; and the groin, where the so-called "jock itch" causes itching and thickening of the skin. So what causes athlete's foot?

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