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15 Animals Highly Displeased About Being On National Television

David Mizejewski has been fascinated with wild creatures for as long as he can remember. He spent his youth romping in suburban woods, fields and marshes, observing and learning about the surprising diversity of wildlife that inhabit those areas. As a high school student studying ecology, Mizejewski began to see firsthand the clear connection between native plant communities and wildlife populations, and his passion for wildlife-friendly gardening was born. In addition to hosting Animal Planet's BACKYARD HABITAT, Mizejewski manages the National Wildlife Federation's Backyard Wildlife Habitat™ program, which for more than 30 years has inspired people to make a home for wildlife right outside their back door. David is the author of the award-winning book Attracting Birds, Butterflies and Other Backyard Wildlife, published in 2004 by Creative Homeowner.

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15 Crazy Attempts To Kill Hitler That Almost Worked

It's everyone's favorite "What if?" and "If you could go back in time" answer: killing Hitler. We all wish we could eradicate Hitler before he could order the murder of millions of people. But during his reign of terror in Nazi Germany, there were more than 40 attempts on Hitler's life, all of them obviously unsuccessful. What if one of them had worked? Because most would-be assassins attempt to plan their deed around their victim's schedule, Hitler's personal policy was to live his life "irregularly." He would routinely avoid routine, often canceling plans at the last moment

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14 Things You May Not Have Known About Marilyn Monroe

Playboy magazine named Marilyn Monroe the "#1 Sex Star" of the 20th century in 1999. People magazine named her "Sexiest Woman of the Century" the same year. She is the most written-about (over 600 books at last count) movie actress in history. Her movies, including Some Like It Hot, The Seven Year Itch, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, and Bus Stop are now considered classic and continue to be shown routinely on television and sell big time on video and DVD. We see her everywhere: on magazine covers, posters, t-shirts, coffee mugs, dolls in her image, perfume bottles, porcelain statues, and on and on. Sure, Meryl Streep is the more acclaimed actress, but when was the last time you saw someone buy a Meryl Streep poster?

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15 Movie Characters That Survived Getting Shot In The Head

The adult human skull is a hard protective shell that looks out for the brain, the body's command center. It can withstand a considerable amount of abuse, but a speeding bullet? A bit beyond its capabilities. So it's rare that a person gets shot in the head and walks away from it. Unless that person is in a movie. Take Bangkok Revenge, martial artist Jon Foo's (Tekken) new action drama, in which a young boy looks on as a team of masked gunmen shoot and kill his parents. Not ones to leave a potential witness or vengeful survivor, they pop his top as well, only instead of killing him they merely destroy the part of his brain that feels emotion, so when he's all grown and trained in ass-kicking he doesn't feel the slightest remorse for beating anybody associated with the crime to death. That is what's known in the hit man community as a fail.

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The 8 Creepiest Roles Of Philip Seymour Hoffman’s Creepy Career

Philip Seymour Hoffman is the only actor I can think of that can be described as "creepy" or "a pervert," and it's meant as a compliment. He's a dependably fantastic actor who can play the lead (Capote), the bully who hates yahoo touchers, (My Boyfriend's Back), the drugged-out journalist (Almost Famous), the assistant (The Big Lebowski), the guy who gets set on fire while in a wheelchair (Red Dragon), the villain (Mission: Impossible III), and the guy who has sex with Marisa Tomei in the first scene of a movie (Before the Devil Knows You're Dead), all with equal aplomb. But mostly, he's the creepy dude. In honor of The Master, which teams PSH with director Paul Thomas Anderson for the fifth time, here are the eight creepiest roles in Philip Seymour Hoffman's creepy career.

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10 Foods That Detox The Body

There are many techniques you can follow and supplements you can take to detox your body. One in particular is to eat detoxifying foods. Here is a list of detox foodsthat are a great addition to everybody’s diet.

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Top 10 Common Interview Questions

A job interview is one of the things that you need to get right on the first try. It is a make or break deal that will ultimately decide your career's future. People often make the mistake of coming unprepared for an interview, thinking that their resume and experience is enough to get them through. This overconfidence often leads to disastrous consequences, of course. What they do not know is that these questions are designed to accurately measure an applicant's suitability for a job. The questions look easy enough on the surface, but they require profound and well thought answers.

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Top 10 Ways to Modernize Your Old, Retro Gadgets

No gadget lasts forever, but that doesn't mean you can't turn it into something else and give your new tech an old school feel. Here are 10 awesome projects for bringing your old, retro gadgets into the future.

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The 9 Biggest Unsolved Mysteries in Physics

In 1900, the British physicist Lord Kelvin is said to have pronounced: "There is nothing new to be discovered in physics now. All that remains is more and more precise measurement." Within three decades, quantum mechanics and Einstein's theory of relativity had revolutionized the field. Today, no physicist would dare assert that our physical knowledge of the universe is near completion. To the contrary, each new discovery seems to unlock a Pandora's box of even bigger, even deeper physics questions. These are our picks for the most profound open questions of all.

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4 Things You Can Learn From Segway's Notorious Product Fail

bout 10 years ago, inventor Dean Kamen, in a much-anticipated introduction, brought his Segway to the public. Revered by the media and business-world celebrities as a total game-changer in urban planning, transportation and daily life, the public ended up a bit crestfallen at what they actually saw. It looks like a glorified scooter, and even today, it's a rare sight to see anyone other than a mall security officer or tourist group plodding along on one. So what went wrong? How did one of the most buzzed-about innovations in modern times fall so short? It's easy to see Kamen's avoidable mistakes in hindsight. Take note to make sure the next product or service you launch doesn't flop.

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