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The 50 Greatest Hip-Hop Songs of All Time

I was eight years old when "Rapper's Delight" made its world premiere on Philadelphia radio. It happened at 8:24 p.m. on a Thursday, after a dinner of porgies, string beans and creamed corn. Me and my sister, Donn, were sneaking a listen of the local soul station while washing dishes­ when an army of percussion and a syncopated Latin piano line came out of my grandma's JVC clock radio – what appeared to be Chic's "Good Times." The next night, I was prepared, with a prehistoric tape recorder in hand and a black-and-white composition notebook. My boy Aantar became my agent that week, scheduling performances of the song in exchange for snacks or hand-holding with girls in gym class. "Rapper's Delight" turned this future high school band geek into a superstar for the month of October 1979.

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13 Disneyland Secrets You May Not Know About

Think you know all of the Disneyland secrets? The popular theme park harbors some deep, dark, and sometimes amusing secrets that you probably don't know. Millions are blissfully unaware as they roam the amusement park in search of...well...amusement. From the so-called "Hidden Mickeys" located all over the park, to driving an actual riverboat, read on to learn the secrets of Disneyland!

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5 Famous Mutts From History

Owners of mixed-breed dogs often say their pets are inherently healthier and more intelligent than purebreds. But ask dog breeders, and they'll likely point to the meticulous testing and matching they undergo to ensure a healthy, well-behaved dog. Few studies have been done that extensively compare mixed breeds and purebreds, but one thing is for sure: Purebreds tend to get a lot more attention. These dogs often sell for thousands of dollars, and only purebreds are eligible to compete in the annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. But mixed-breeds still get their time in the spotlight. In honor of National Mutt Day check out these five famous mutts who have made their mark on history.

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10 Best Train Movies

Since the very beginning of the art form, trains have always been an important part of cinema. One of the first film ever projected for a paying audience was a film by the Lumière Brothers in 1896, called L’Arrivée d’un Train en Gare de la Ciotat (more commonly known as Arrival of a Train at a Station). It was less than a minute long and would look pretty drab by today’s cinematic standards but it was the beginning of the eighth art. In 1903, what is considered the first narrative film ever made, The Great Train Robbery was made by Edwin S. Porter and released to an unsuspecting audience. Cinema, as they might say, was born.

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What's New At 7 Hotels On The Slopes

Snowflakes are piling up at many major U.S. ski areas, and many of you are anxiously pulling your gear out of storage in preparation to hit the slopes. In anticipation of the march to the mountains, we thought you might like to know what's new at select lodgings in some of America's favorite ski destinations. It's obvious they're going all out to make your trip to the slopes one to remember. We start our journey in California with a brand new property, the Basecamp South Lake Tahoe (from $89/night), a friendly 50-room retreat that opened earlier this year in the heart of the Lake Tahoe Basin. A haven for outdoor enthusiasts throughout the year, not just ski season, it's less than a five-minute stroll from the lake and the Heavenly Gondola.

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Top 10 Vitamin Deficiencies

Until quite recently, the role vitamins play in good health was largely unknown. Explorers in the renaissance found that on ships where they ate salted meat and grain, a huge variety of diseases appeared that were cured by eating a more varied diet. People began to suspect the existence of vitamins, tiny substances which were needed to sustain good health. There have been several Nobel Prizes given to scientists who correctly identified specific vitamins, as they allowed thousands of people to avoid death from deficiencies simply by eating a certain food. Today vitamin deficiencies still occur in developing countries or in those who have restrictive diets, but centuries ago people lived in fear of these deadly deficiencies whose causes were unknown and seemed to affect people at random.

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10 Heaviest People in History

Extremely heavy and overweight individuals have appeared throughout history. First-century Roman physician Galen refers to Nicomachus of Smyrna, who was bedridden because of his weight. A wall relief from the ancient Egyptian site at Karnak near Luxor includes an obese man with folds of fat. And based on statues like The Venus of Willendorf, we can assume that humans have been overweight since prehistoric times as well. That said, over the past century, there has been a significant increase in public interest surrounding hugely obese people. And for this, we can mainly thank the media – whether it be sensationalist coverage and public weigh-ins, or the pressures of staying thin put so prominently in our faces.

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15 Desperate Celebrities Who Sold Out at WrestleMania

From video games and action figures to sweat-stained spandex and premature heart attacks, professional wrestling is huge – and never short of drama! What’s more, oversized athletes like Hulk Hogan, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and John Cena have gone on to become household names, blurring the line between sports and entertainment in the process. What’s more, oversized athletes like Hulk Hogan, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and John Cena have gone on to become household names, in the process blurring the line between sports and entertainment.

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Top 10 Cigarette Brands

Although smokers are being treated like second-class citizens in many parts of the world, smoking is still legal, and many people still smoke. They might be huddled together outside of their workplace on a cold February afternoon, or excusing themselves from a party every 15 minutes to light up, but they're still smoking, God love 'em. There are hundreds of name-brand cigarettes on the market world-wide, and even more off-brand and generic types, but everyone has their favorite brand. We've compiled a list of the top 10 cigarette brands. Most of them are primarily found in the US, but there are brands that you can get in other countries as well.

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