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Nick Offerman Reads 31 Tweets From Young Female Celebrities

Nick Offerman is an American actor, writer, and carpenter. In addition to acting, Offerman is also a professional boat builder and has a side business as a wood craftsman. Offerman makes furniture and other wooden structures such as canoes and boats at his woodshop. He is best known for his breakout role as Ron Swanson in the acclaimed NBC sitcom Parks and Recreation.

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Top 10 Weirdest Fashion Trends from Around the World

It is not the intention of anyone here at TopTenz to insult the diverse fashion sensibilities of other countries. We believe it’s up to individual nations, regions and groups of people to decide what exactly constitutes “fashion” and no one answer could ever be the “correct” one. However, that being said, you at least have to admit that wearing shirts with a cartoon Hitler on them and tattooing your eyes can and should be considered banana-split levels of uncut crazy. Read on to find out more about those and other weirdest fashion trends from all over the globe.

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Top 10 Washington, D.C. Hotels Based on Guest Reviews

Just in time for this month's presidential inauguration, a new Top 10 hotels list for Washington, D.C., based on online consumer reviews, shows us the most popular hotels in the city. The Top 10 list was compiled for USA TODAY's Hotel Check-In by ReviewPro, a company that calculates hotels' scores by crunching consumer reviews from more than 120 Web sources such as consumer review giant TripAdvisor. Only in some cases does this list and TripAdvisor's Top 10 overlap, which gives consumers a fresh, alternative look at the most popular hotels in town. "This is a list of the 'best' hotels according to guest perception," says Josiah Mackenzie of ReviewPro. "It's not necessarily a 'value for money' list, but value does tend to drive a lot of online review ratings."

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The 10 Happiest And Unhappiest Cities To Work In Right Now

If you happen to work in El Paso, Reno or Cleveland, and you’re constantly down in the dumps—don’t worry; you’re not alone. These three cities are where some of the nation’s unhappiest workers are, according to online career site It’s no surprise that most of the unhappiest places have frigid winters or sweltering summers. Unwelcomed snowstorms and dreaded heat waves can affect your happiness, but so can income, workplace environment, and career opportunities (or lack thereof). “Happiness is based on a multitude of factors,” says Matt Miller, chief technology officer and co-founder of CareerBliss. “It is clear that employees need not only a positive and rewarding work culture, but opportunities to grow within their company and their city.” This list of the happiest and unhappiest cities to work in, compiled by CareerBliss, is based on analysis of more than 36,000 independent employee reviews between Nov. 2011 and Nov. 2012.

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Top 9 Gym Pet Peeves

Getting in shape is near the top of everyone's list of New Year's resolutions. That's why the ranks of gym memberships swell by an average of 12 percent every January, according to the International Health, Racquet & Sportsclub Association (IHRSA). Unfortunately, with such a crowd comes a lot of bad behavior. When we asked readers on social media what bugged them about their fellow gym goers, we got an earful. Below, we've distilled our reader's thoughts about etiquette breaches in the gym down to the nine most common complaints. See if yours is there. If not, feel free to sound off in the comments section. And if it makes you feel any better, the IHRSA also reports that 30-45 percent of people cancel their gym memberships within six months. There's no guarantee the towel hog with poor cellphone manners will be one of the dropouts, but at least you'll soon have more room so you can avoid him.

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The 10 Best Slow Mo Kills

Austrian priest and physicist August Musger invented the concept of slow motion in 1904. He didn't realize that it would soon become one of the movie industry's most important tools. Slowing down the speed of the film to let the viewer take in every detail can add a ton of drama and excitement to a shot. Especially a killing shot. Dive through film history to share the best slow mo kills of all time.

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8 Simple Tips to Save Energy at Home

Saving energy can be very useful for you: you save money while protecting the environment. People don’t know many ways to do so, and here’s a list of eight highly efficient ways to Save Energy at home.

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Ten Outrageous Anti-Gun Journalists

The media agenda against guns is nothing new. But recent mass shootings have encouraged supposedly neutral journalists to push for gun regulation instead of reporting the facts surrounding the tragedies. One thing the media seldom mention is that both the Newtown and Aurora shootings occurred in gun free zones. In the Clackamas Town Center Shooting in Oregon, however, a gunman was stopped when someone with a concealed carry permit intervened. There were only two casualties in this shooting which received little media attention. If this incident was mentioned, the concealed carry part of the story was almost completely ignored. Some journalists have gone after after the NRA, calling for them to labeled “terrorist organizations” or lamented that they “yield too much power.” Others simply attacked any pro-gun advocate they had on their program. Still, a few went straight for the Constitution, with calls to “repeal the Second Amendment” or revise it. Many tried to imagine a world without guns … forgetting that even without guns, violence would still exist.

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9 Amazing Military Technologies of the Future

The technological revolution in modern warfare isn't just a matter of super-lightweight uniforms, night goggles, and ultra-computerized weaponry. Consider the unmanned aerial vehicles better known as drones. Barely a blip on military blueprints a decade ago, drones now make up half of the U.S. Air Force fleet. And with the next generation of drones will come an eye-popping array of weapons and equipment designed to support and protect troops on the battlefield and on secret missions. Here are nine military technologies being developed through the Defense Advance Research Projects Agency (DARPA) and other parts of the military, working with defense contractors and other private companies. They all have the potential to change the face of war.

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9 Marriage Problems That Are Actually Good for Your Relationship

Every marriage has its uh-oh moments that leave you questioning your compatibility as a couple. While some behaviors, like cheating, are obvious deal-breakers, other seeming threats can actually have a positive impact on your relationship. Below, nine marital mannerisms that may seem ominous but truly can be good, according to experts. Plus, what to watch out for so things don’t go too far.

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