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The 10 Most Iconic Mustaches In Sports

Each November, men across the country retire their razors and participate in Movember. They grow mustaches to raise awareness and funds for prostate and testicular cancer research. In honor of Movember, we are celebrating the greatest bushel of whiskers to ever grace athletic playing fields worldwide.

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The 12 Biggest Car-seat Mistakes Parents Make

With the kids back at school and parents’ schedules more hectic, mid-September is a good time for a reminder of proper car-seat safety. September 15-21 is also Child Passenger Safety Week. The child safety experts at AAA have identified the following 12 common car-seat mistakes parents make, as well as corrective action parents and caregivers can take.

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7 Girls You've Dated And Their Videogame Console Equivalents

You never forget your first time. Back then, you didn’t care how “edgy” or “cool” a girl was, you just wanted to have fun. Pure, sweet, innocent fun. Sure, she wasn’t the hottest girl you’d ever date, but she had personality. Like all first loves, you thought it would last forever, which is why it was such a surprise when you dumped her for...

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Top 10 Villains Who Fell to their Deaths

Films and literature are full of those wicked characters who act against the protagonist and other good-natured people. Most stories need at least one character with evil deeds and intentions behind their name to make the story worthwhile. Nonetheless, in the end, the villain invariably faces retribution and the hero is saved. In this list we will discuss some of the nastiest baddies who have tormented both pages and screens and discuss how they met their demise, for the focus of this list, in the form of taking a tumble.

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12 Things You Might Not Know About Wyatt Earp

One of my all-time favorite films is Tombstone (1993), the greatest Western ever made -in my opinion (and with all due respect to the great John Wayne, who I love and am a major fan of). Tombstone being my favorite Western, I developed an interest in the film's central character, Wyatt Earp. I have recently read my first proper biographies of Earp, and man, this guy just blows my socks off! What a fascinating, bigger-than-life character, right out of a great Western novel. I have read hundreds and hundreds of biographies and autobiographies of men and women of every possible stripe, but this guy is, without a doubt, one of the most incredible characters I have ever read about.

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The Real People Behind 10 Fashion Houses

With all of the hype behind fantastically expensive one-named designers, I think we sometimes forget that somewhere down the line, one individual person actually opened up a store and probably never dreamed their clothes would sell for thousands of dollars (with a couple of exceptions, as you'll see). Here are the stories behind some of those one-named designers.

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America's 5 Meanest Airlines

Simply put, flying can be a stressful activity. A lot of the time it begins with the airports: dizzying parking garages, overpriced food and a series of long lines have a way of making even the most serene travelers a little bit agitated. And that's even before the airplane leaves the ground. So it's easy to see how poor service from an airline can put the finishing touches on a ruined day -- long check-in lines, flight delays, lost luggage, baggage fees and general rudeness have a way of doing that. Not to mention the scary food (at least it used to be free scary food). Based on the Airline Quality Rating (AQR) Report, which covers 18 domestic carriers, here is a list of the airlines that could stand to do the most work on making their customers happy. The report's conclusions are based on surveys of airline industry experts, with positive and negative values assigned to different elements in airline quality. Several common complaint areas were factored in -- including on-time arrival, mishandled baggage, delays and involuntary denied boardings -- the scores of which were then calculated to produce an overall quality score. We also took a look at a number of other sources, including the American Customer Satisfaction Index and the Air Travel Consumer Reports by the U.S. Department of Transportation. Regional airlines are ranked separately because of their tendency to score lower.

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7 Countries With the Healthiest People

They live well into their nineties and often times up break the hundred year mark. Their existence is healthy but the underlying reasons are often cultural. In fact, it’s not just that individuals take care of themselves; it’s a country-wide phenomenon that’s based on lifestyle choices. Why are certain countries home to the world’s happiest, healthiest people on Earth? What do they eat? What daily habits are different from other societies? I set out to answer these questions and along the way I found some striking similarities between these fit nations, spread far and wide across the globe.

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The World's 18 Strangest Military Bases

The world's hodgepodge of military bases run the gamut from hazardous mountaintop forts to seemingly impenetrable underground bunkers. Then there are bases on remote islands tracking objects in deep space and high-tech laboratories probing the most lethal microbes in existence. The design of a base needs to address the immediate needs of a military while still being versatile enough to remain useful as threats and technology evolve. We tracked down some of the most interesting active military facilities and spoke with Brad Schulz, vice president of federal architecture at HNTB, about why they're notable.

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Four Of The Strangest Things Ever Eaten by Dogs

Dog food can get quite expensive, but Joe the chocolate lab had what probably is the priciest meal ever recorded: $800 worth of dollar bills! That actually ain’t so bad when compared to what Marley the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel ate: Or the engagement ring eaten by Luciano the Rottweiler (it was recovered by sifting through Luciano’s um, "deposits").

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5 Halloween Crafts So Easy It’s Spooky!

Whether you’re hosting a haunted Halloween party or looking to spook-ify your front porch for trick-or-treaters, there’s one item that can help you do it all: the classic Ball brand mason jar. This Halloween, skip that trip (or four) to the party store and create your own ghoulish Halloween décor with minimal supplies. You can make and reuse these Halloween crafts annually, bring the Halloween crafts into the office to decorate your desk or even fill the jars with candy and give out to guests at a party.

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25 Appetizing Thanksgiving Dinner Plates

I can’t wait for my Thanksgiving meal tomorrow, so I’ve been looking at pictures of other peoples’ Thanksgiving dinner plates all day. I guarantee that this gallery of Thanksgiving food will make you incredibly hungry, so you’d better have something to eat nearby. Although, if it’s not turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, green beans, sweet potatoes, and tons of gravy, then it probably won’t satisfy you anyway. Get ready for Thanksgiving by checking out these 25 appetizing Thanksgiving dinner plates.

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