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15 Alcohol Myths and Conspiracy Theories

Ah, booze. There's nothing better after a long day than cracking open a cold one or pouring out two fingers of whiskey. But just like everything good in life, there's a dark, seedy underbelly when it comes to the hard stuff. From worms to the Illuminati, here are some of the conspiracy theories about all things alcoholic.

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14 Animals Stealing Marshmallows

September 22 -- is the first day of Fall. We all know what that means: scarves, falling leaves, football season, warm drinks (and marshmallows to accompany them). So, of course, to celebrate the season, we put together photos of animals sneaking marshmallows. Because, you know, how could we not?

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The Terrible 20: Ways To Blow A Facebook Fortune

The New York Times reports that Facebook's 250 wealthiest employees regularly gather and talk about how they'll spend their money once they're legally able to unload their stock. Word is they covet predictable stuff: boats, planes, islands -- or so they'd have you believe.

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10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About E.T.

E.T. was the heartwarming family film about the friendship between a child and a stranded alien that captured imaginations and broke the box office. It was a uniquely child friendly film told from the perspective of 10 year old boy, Elliot. You’d be surprised though, at how little you know about this sci-fi classic. When they wanted E.T. to phone home in the film, they got science and technology expert Henry Feinberg to design a device that would actually work. The communicator was made up of parts including; a Speak & Spell, a record player, a coat hanger, a tin can, an umbrella and a few other components.

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Splash Out: The World’s Most Amazing Waterfalls

The bigger they are, the harder they fall – feel the power of the planet’s mightiest and most beautiful waterfalls. Explorer David Livingstone could be accused of dampening expectations by naming these falls after England’s doughy queen: dour and staid they’re not. The locals, though, got it spot on, calling the falls Mosi-oa-Tunya – ‘the smoke that thunders’. They’re monstrously loud, and the mist rising as the Zambezi River plunges 108m into the gorge below – over 12,000 cubic metres per second at its heaviest flow – rises in vast clouds. See them from above, from below, from Knife Edge Point, from the Devil’s Pool and from Cataract View, at sunrise and by moonlight – just make sure you see them. Although flow is greatest between April and June, the best time for sunset photography is arguably October to December, when spray is not too heavy.

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9 Overlooked Technologies That Could Transform The World

We live in an era of accelerating change. Technology is changing and innovating faster than most of us can keep up. And at the same time, it's easy to get so caught up in shiny visions of the future, and not notice the astounding things that are happening in science and technology today. So the next time people ask you where the future went, tell them it's already here. Here are nine underrated or overlooked technologies that could transform the world before you know it.

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5 Life Lessons Learned By Working At McDonald's

What do actress Andie MacDowell, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos and comedian Jay Leno all have in common? They all once worked at fast-food chain McDonald's. Despite the punch lines surrounding so-called dead-end jobs at fast-food restaurants, working at McDonald's has been the launching point for many a successful career. McDonald's employees learn a lot more than how to flip burgers and work the deep fryer, said Cody Teets, a 32-year McDonald's veteran and author of the new book, "Golden Opportunity: Remarkable Careers that Began at McDonald's" (Cider Mill Press, 2012). Teets started working at McDonald's when she was 16 and today is responsible for 800 McDonald's restaurants as vice president and general manager of the company's Rocky Mountain region. Teets said there are plenty of opportunities for learning life lessons while working in the shadow of the golden arches.

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The Quick 10: 10 Controversial Stamps

You wouldn’t think something as small and mundane as a stamp would be much cause for controversy, but over the years, there are quite a few stamps that have upset more than just collectors. Here are 10 of them.

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6 Of The Best Cash Back Reward Credit Cards

Credit cards have become the preferred method of payment for many people. However, not all credit cards are created equal. Some are better than others and this is usually (though not always) reflected in the relative popularity of any given credit card. One of the most popular credit cards is the cash-back rewards credit card. These credit cards give us a discount on many of the things we buy most often, such as groceries and gasoline. If you use your credit card a lot, using a card with an excellent cash-back rewards program will stretch your spending dollars. The great thing about many of the best cash-back cards is that they have no annual fee. However, you’ll need to keep in mind that most of these no-fee cards are only given to customers with excellent credit.

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