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St. Patrickís Day: Top 5 Best Drinking Game Ideas

Happy Saint Patrick's Day! Today we celebrate the patron saint of Ireland by partying and drinking! Here are the best ideas for drinking games on St. Paddy's Day. Click on for 5 fun ideas for games to play today as you party with rules. Games can be played with two or more people. Just remember to drink responsibly, know your limit, and to never drive after playing any drinking game!

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6 Tips to Make Busy Season Gun Shopping Easier

As TTAG has pointed out on a few occasions, manufacturers and dealers are predicting sales to jump around election day. While gun sales are definitely rising right now, the industry hasnít seen the levels of the widespread panic buying that was reminiscent of late 2008. Still, itís wise to prepare yourself for a significant increase in demand. Here are a few tips to navigating through the crowds that Iíve picked up working as a sales employee for a high volume retail and wholesale operation.

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Top 6 Silent Badasses

Silence is golden. And it can kick your ass too. Donít you hate it when you meet a sexy girl and she ruins everything by talking? Me too, especially when the talking leads to her informing me that sheís my cousin. Hollywood is kind of like that, ruining perfectly awesome characters with stupid one-liners. Thankfully, some characers in movies, comics and the wonderful world of professional wrestling are able to maintain their badass personas by staying quiet. Here, we pay homage to badass characters that never utter a word.

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10 Spectacular Radio Telescopes around the World

Take a whistle stop tour of some of the most spectacular radio telescopes in the world and find out about what actually goes on there. On almost all of the continents these giants command the landscape as they survey the skies. Radio telescopes can be found the world over. They are used in radio astronomy, the science of studying, at radio frequencies, celestial objects such as galaxies and stars as well as more difficult to understand phenomena such as Masers and Pulsars. They also collect and track data from space probes and satellites that we have shot up in to the atmosphere and space. Here are some of the more significant and Ė in terms of design Ė beautiful radio telescopes in the world.

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25 Facts You Always Believed That Actually Arenít True

You probably thought the Earth revolves around the Sun right? Read on to see how wrong you are. These are 25 facts you always believed that actually arenít true.

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9 Cities Running Out of Water

Severe drought continues to threaten the water supply of large parts of the Western U.S. According to a group that monitors drought conditions, Lubbock, Texas has averaged the worst level of drought since the beginning of 2011. Based on data provided by the U.S. Drought Monitor, a joint program produced by academic and government organizations, 24/7 Wall St. identified large U.S. urban areas that have been under persistent, serious drought for months.

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25 Facts About The Fall Of Detroit That Will Leave You Shaking Your Head

It is so sad to watch one of America's greatest cities die a horrible death. Once upon a time, the city of Detroit was a teeming metropolis of 1.8 million people and it had the highest per capita income in the United States. Now it is a rotting, decaying hellhole of about 700,000 people that the rest of the world makes jokes about. On Thursday, we learned that the decision had been made for the city of Detroit to formally file for Chapter 9 bankruptcy. It was going to be the largest municipal bankruptcy in the history of the United States by far, but on Friday it was stopped at least temporarily by an Ingham County judge. She ruled that Detroit's bankruptcy filing violates the Michigan Constitution because it would result in reduced pension payments for retired workers.

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The 12 Coolest Personifications Of Death

Deep down we're all a little afraid of death. It's one of the few big question marks still around for humanity. What happens when you die? Does it hurt? Do you go anywhere? Does it all just go dark? To try and understand death, humans have personified it in an effort to try and glean some glimpse of insight into the process. This process has created innumerable personifications of death, from vengeful reaper to a goth chick who's actually pretty cool and just about everything in between. We put together a list of the coolest, weirdest and best versions of Death, basically the versions we hope are completely off base or are dead-on accurate (puns!). You might recognize a couple Deaths from our Awesome Afterlives list a few weeks back -- because when you have an afterlife, chances are you have a Death that brought them there. But still, this list is all about the reapers, grim and otherwise.

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10 Kamikaze Tech Mergers of the 21st Century

For a time it seemed as if tech companies were the geese that not only laid golden eggs but also made those eggs into delicious omelets that could give people superpowers. Combining tech companies to breed even more successful geese can seem like a surefire winner. Alas, business is business, even on the internet, and the 21st century has seen some disastrous tech mergers, leaving feathers all over the place and egg on the CEOsí faces.

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Top 12 Hottest Famous Girls Caught Shoplifting

In honor of Black Friday, here are the twelve hottest celebrities that we all wish we could give the five-finger discount to. Here are the twelve hottest famous women who were caught shoplifting, even though they're insanely, filthy hot (and rich.)

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5 Things the FBI Doesnít Want You To Know About Its Secret Surveillance Techniques

The FBI had to rewrite the book on its domestic surveillance activities in the wake of last January's landmark Supreme Court decision in United States v. Jones. In Jones, a unanimous court held that federal agents must get a warrant to attach a GPS device to a car to track a suspect for long periods of time. But if you want to see the two memos describing how the FBI has reacted to Jones - and the new surveillance techniques the FBI is using beyond GPS trackers - you're out of luck. The FBI says that information is "private and confidential." Yes, now that the Supreme Court ruled the government must get a warrant to use its previous go-to surveillance technique, it has now apparently decided that it's easier to just keep everything secret. The ACLU requested the memos under the Freedom of Information Act - which you can see FBI General Counsel Andrew Weissmann waving around in public here - and the FBI redacted them almost entirely.

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Your Toy Story-3 18 Easter Egg Guide

Toy Story 3 is now in theaters and, like any Pixar film, it's filled to the brim with inside jokes. We've listed as many as we can find below, but it's up to you to spot the rest. Keep checking back, because we'll be updating our list as more eagle-eyed readers let us know what they managed to spot. One fun egg, not pictured, is a cameo appearance by the original film's villain, Sid Phillips. Keep your eyes open, because you'll notice him by his trademark skull t-shirt. Also, the Pizza Planet Truck, which first appeared in the original Toy Story and has made a cameo in nearly every Pixar film, is back again providing a bumpy ride to some traveling toys.

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