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The 25 Hottest Adult Film Star Characters In Movies

The words "porn star" (or, for the classier film connoisseur, "adult film star") instantly generate interest. Let's put it this way: Your girlfriend asks you to take her to see the new Jennifer Aniston movie, some painfully generic romantic comedy in which she plays, let's say, a woman whose fiancé recently dumped her and is trying to mend a broken heart while entertaining a new dude. Under any other circumstances, that plot description would have you trying to convince wifey that you're either sick or stuck in the office. But what if she finished her pleading with, "Oh, and Jennifer Aniston plays a porn star"? Suddenly, you're logging on to Fandango and making sure the whip has enough gas. So when we say the new independent drama Starlet (opening in limited release today) features beautiful newcomer Dree Hemingway playing an adult film performer, it's really our way of avoiding the film's A-plot, about a young woman who becomes close buds with an 85-year-old curmudgeon who loves playing Bingo.

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10 Ways You Could Die This Holiday Season

Everyone loves the holidays. Presents! Decorations! Plus all that quality time with people you love. But the most wonderful time of the year can be incredibly dangerous. Oh, look at our pretty tree! Fire up the Festival of Lights! Nothing could go wrong here, right? Well, according to FEMA, an estimated 240 home fires involving Christmas trees and another 150 home fires involving holiday lights and other decorative lighting occur every year. Together, all this flammable foliage results in an estimated 21 deaths and $25.2 million in property damage. Put that in your Kwanzaa candles and smoke it.

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10 Floor Plans From Famous TV Homes

Every single one of us had a special show they can relay to. With new shows and movies coming out every day is really hard to have a favorite one. We’ve collected 10 floor plans from favorite TV home series and movies. Sketch by different artists. I especially loved the Batman one.

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Introducing 7 New Pistols With A Focus On Red Dot-ready Handguns

Smith & Wesson is introducing seven new handguns in .22 Long Rifle, 9mm, .40 S&W and .45 ACP, and they're all gonna be popular. The pistols include four M&Ps, two SW1911s and a new competition-ready Model 41. The M&Ps will make the biggest waves, as they represent a serious change in the world of handguns. Called CORE—Competition Optics Ready Equipment—designed to accept popular red dot sights from the factory. While there are a small number of handguns that are out-of-the-box ready to accept optics, like the FNX-45 Tactical, they're uncommon and often command a serious price premium. By introducing not one but four new M&Ps that can, with adapters, accept Trijicon RMR, Leupold Delta Point, Jpoint, Doctor, C-More STS and Insight MRDS optics, Smith & Wesson is committing to idea of handgun optics in a way that no other commercial producer has ever. These guns also have redesigned iron sights to lower-third cowitness with red dot sights.

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The 10 Grumpiest Authors in Literary History

The new art issue of The Believer features, among many treats, an excellent interview with the late Maurice Sendak by author Emma Brockes, who visited him in his home. His “legendary crossness,” she writes “was really just impatience with artifice… ‘I refuse to lie to children,’ [Sendak] said. ‘I refuse to cater to the bullshit of innocence.’ There was no roughness in his delivery. It was spiked with merriment.” Indeed, the best grumps are the ones who take some joy at their own crotchety-ness, or who at least have a sense of humor about it. Inspired (again, always) by Sendak’s joyful curmudgeonry, and since we’ve already given you the rundown on our grumpiest living writers, we’ve rounded up a list of the all-time grumpiest authors who are no longer with us.

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5 Most Common Cancer Myths

A new study from American Cancer Society researchers finds a surprising number of Americans believe scientifically unsubstantiated claims concerning cancer, and that population segments suffering the greatest burden of cancer are the most likely to be misinformed.

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6 Unconventional Uses for your Dishwasher

It takes the right mix of ingenuity and desperation to discover new uses for old tools, but whoever first tried steaming a salmon fillet in their dishwasher must’ve been drunk. For folks who are curious about what else their kitchen contraptions can do, here’s a rundown of the most unconventional uses for your home dishwasher.

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Faster Cooking and Tastier Food: A Crash Course in 7 Steps

Even if your culinary aspirations start at chicken nuggets and end at frozen pizza, you can still be smart about how you use your oven. Here’s a crash course for faster cooking and tastier food.

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Now What? Ten Things You Can Do Now That The Elections Are Over

The elections are over. Some folks are very happy with the way things turned out and some are not happy at all. I am one of those folks who isn’t all that happy about it. However, it doesn’t matter how I feel about the elections. Why? Because the elections are over. Behind us. In the past. One more time: OVER! You can’t change the results. Pissing and moaning won’t change a thing. Over analyzing what went wrong won’t do much for you either. And posting about it on facebook certainly isn’t going to help. It’s time to stop focusing on the election because the election is in the past. Many will tell you that it is now time to look toward the future. Sounds good. People have been saying that and folks sure seem to respond well to that message. I guess that’s a fine message if that is how you think. It’s not how I think. I don’t live in the past and I don’t focus much on the future. I live in the present. I understand that the only way to create the future I want is to do the right things, right now, every day.

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5 Myths About Breast Cancer

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and while you’d think everyone is aware of the disease, there are still many myths and misconceptions. The first myth is that breast cancer is the biggest killer of women in Canada. In fact, it’s not. Many more women die of heart disease every year, while the biggest cancer killer in Canada by far is lung cancer. Dr. Ann Chambers, Canada's research chair in oncology and a professor of oncology at the University of Western Ontario, helps us dispel a few more myths about the disease.

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