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15 of the Trashiest People to Ever Become Famous

Celebrities are just like regular people, only with tons and tons of money. Despite their acting or singing talents which brought them the spotlight to begin with, celebrities’ personalities don’t always shine so bright. Here are some of the trashiest people to ever become famous.

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Six 1980’s Shows That Should Still Be On TV

Burnt out on your Arrested Development DVDs (C’mon!) and dreading the end of LOST (though you still have no idea what’s going on)? Turn back the clock to a time of scrunched hair, neon color schemes, and eight bit arcades! Though its reputation for campiness is well deserved, there were some awesome shows gracing the major broadcast networks back in the 80’s. Here’s a guide for those of you inspired by Hot Tub Time Machine and want a blast from the past.

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8 Signs You’Re About To Get Broken Up With

Let’s face it, sometimes men aren’t that great at reading the signs that their relationship is in trouble. We have a tendency to run a bit on the oblivious side when there are glaring holes in our relationships. Sometimes it’s our better-half ignoring us for not giving them enough attention or subtle hints that we are screwing something up; men will periodically miss some very clear-cut signals that our relationship is on the rocks. However, if you start to get any of the following signals, it may already be too late.

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10 Uber-cool Cufflinks For The Auto Nerds

All self-styled gear-heads with fat pockets and a considerable penchant for everything auto will fall for these cufflinks made out of the car parts, bike parts, fighter jets parts etc. These auto-o-ly amazing yet stylish cufflinks are simply awesome for your lucrative eyes to miss.

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Top 10 Ways to Declutter Your Digital Life, 2010 Edition

We live out so much of our modern lives on personal computers and web servers—yet so much of it is messy and over-stuffed. Clean up your email, fix your files, and tidy up your digital life with these 10 tips. We last delved into the "digital life" in July 2007, when Gina tackled this very topic. We've seen, and even created, new tools since then—and, to be honest, that page isn't looking so hot at the moment. So, in keeping with the conclusion of our Ultimate Clutter Cleanout, we decided to craft a new list of tools we think helps makes a life of 1s and 0s, computers and creation, feel much less frantic and disorderly.

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7 Animals You'll Never Believe Are Venomous

We all know that snakes, insects, and wasps can be venomous but what about a poisonous bird or turtle? The stigma we have for creatures who pack a poisonous punch is reserved mostly for slithering reptiles or ominous spiders. However, venomous creatures run the gamete from insect to mammal.

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5 People You Know Who Cheated On Their Taxes

Thousands of people cheat on their taxes every year, and some of them get caught, but most of them get away with it. What you may not realize is that these tax cheaters walk among us. They are our teachers, doctors, and the stupid old person trying to drive in front of you on the way to work. Here are 5 Tax Cheaters that you already know.

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10 Ways to be a Healthier, Maybe Even Sexier Geek

Summer approaches, and if you’re like me, the life of a geek tends to make thoughts of stepping out in front of other people in your bathing suit a little terrifying. Wii Fit aside, many games (*cough*DragonAge*cough*) play to our obsessive sides, and make it so easy to spend hours with our rear ends parked on the couch, which doesn’t exactly help when it comes to losing weight. But if there’s one thing we geeks are good at, it’s attaining knowledge. We know how things work, scientifically, right? So being fit should be easier for us than the general public… or something.

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10 Websites That Make Browsing Wikipedia More Fun

This article covers several useful and powerful Wikipedia search engines. Put in a search with a keyword into a regular search engine and there’s a high chance a reference from Wikipedia will pop up at the head of the results. Wikipedia has become a virtual ‘Encyclopedia Britannica’ for a lot of us. I would rate Wikipedia as one of the best examples of social co-operation that you will ever get to see. Wikipedia is social web at its finest and freest. As Wikipedia co-founder and promoter Jimmy Wales had said long back – “Imagine a world in which every single person on the planet is given free access to the sum of all human knowledge. That’s what we’re doing.” Wikipedia is also being increasingly used and cited by schools, colleges and scholars. So, let me also ask you here – how do you use Wikipedia? Not for what, but how exactly do you browse through it?

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10 Things You Don’t Know About Starbucks (But Should!)

Starbucks is the coffee icon people either love or love to hate. The Seattle company opened its first shop in 1971, and all these years later, the coffee giant is still brewing up addictive drinks and venti-sized controversy across the globe.

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7 Ways to Save on Baseball Games

These days, it seems as though the only people who can afford to take themselves out to a ballgame are the millionaires on the field. The average ticket for a Major League Baseball game now costs $26.79 — up 1.7 percent from a year ago, according to Team Marketing Report’s 2010 Fan Cost Index. (The New York Yankees charge an out-of-the-park average of $51.83.) Tack on parking, concessions, and souvenirs, and you’re talking about a billfold-snapping average of nearly $200 for a family of four. That’s not peanuts. But you can shave the cost of a stadium visit by 50 percent or more just by making a few smart moves.

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