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T-Rex Didn't Even Need Its Stupid Baby Arms

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  1. Entertainment

    #FollowFriday: Aaron Sagers (@aaronsagers)

    It's Friday, so it's time for our weekly #FollowFriday segment where we tell you who to follow on Twitter. This week it's entertainment writer and television host Aaron Sagers!

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  2. Weird

    Just In Time To Ruin Easter: Jelly Bean Milk and Springtime Eggnog

    Easter is a confusing holiday, guys. As if religion and a bunny who hides chicken eggs aren't complicated enough, apparently there's also a veritable cornucopia of truly weird seasonal dairy drinks to guzzle in celebration. Most alarming? Jellybean Milk and Easter Nog.

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  3. Weird

    New Business Lets You Smash Stuff to Vent Your Frustrations

    Breaking stuff is a great release, and that's what Tom Farrenkopf of Boise, Idaho is banking on with his new business, Das Breakroom. He's charging people to come break stuff with sledgehammers, baseball bats, and other "instruments of destruction," as he calls them.

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  4. Science

    How Your Body Fights Viruses: An Animation [Video]

    Okay, wait. Your body doesn't fight viruses with an animation. Otherwise Osmosis Jones would be required viewing for all biology classes, and nobody wants that. But as this TED-Ed video explains using easy-to-understand visual metaphors, the way your cells create antibodies to fight off invading viruses is pretty ingenious.

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  5. Weird

    Nessie Lives! Loch Ness “Monster” Pictures Taken By Apple Maps

    Exciting news for "Nessie" enthusiasts: the plesiosaur (be she myth or be she monster) apparently lives! "Credible" images of the elusive beast have been taken for the first time in a year and a half, but you might need to be a Mac fan to find her.

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  6. Science

    T-Rex Didn’t Even Need Its Stupid Baby Arms

    We've all had a good laugh at the Tyrannosaurus Rex's tiny little arms. Well the joke's on us apparently. New research shows that T-Rex didn't even need its stupid little baby arms anyway. Turns out its neck did all the work.

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  7. Entertainment

    Dan Harmon Talks Six Seasons and a Movie, Donald Glover’s Return, and More With Hulu’s The Morning After

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  8. Science

    3 Million-Year-Old Hidden World Found Under Greenland Glacier

    80% of Greenland is covered in an icy tundra that formed almost three million years ago, but apparently there's a lot more green hidden by the inhospitable landscape than previously thought: scientists have found an "antique" world 10,000 feet beneath the ice's surface and remarkably preserved by the country's natural ice box.

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  9. Entertainment

    A Bunch of Hilarious People Did a Table Read of Space Jam Last Month and We Are So Mad We Weren’t There

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  10. Gaming

    Everyone Wins In Super Mario Remade With Nine Cats

    Lucky YouTuber 9 cats has, as the name suggests, nine cats. But does he keep that plethora of kitties to himself? No, he uses them for the good of humanity and graces the world with videos like this. Sadly, no fireballs here. Only adorable furballs. Nine of them.

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  11. Space

    SpaceX Is Launching Robonaut’s Legs and More Supplies to the ISS Today Starting at 2:15PM ET

    Robonaut's transformation to Doctor Octonaut was delayed on Monday when a helium leak forced SpaceX to scrub their ISS cargo launch. Fortunately, they're going to get another shot today, and you can watch the live coverage from NASA and SpaceX starting at 2:15PM ET. The launch is scheduled for 3:25PM ET.

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  12. Tech

    [Product Review] The Rokit Boost Rectangle Is a Bluetooth Speaker That Seems Bigger on the Inside

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  14. Weird

    Canada Is Working Hard To Bring The World A Pizza Cake

    Boston Pizza is a Canada-based chain that makes third-rate pies but first-rate hybrids of pizza and politics. As part of "their Pizza Game Changer" promotion you can vote right now for a hypothetical weird food innovation you want to see at a parlor near you. If you have strong feelings about Pizza Cake (as you should) then make your voice heard!

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  15. Entertainment

    New Jersey Community College Suspends Professor Because His Daughter Wore a Game of Thrones T-Shirt

    I think we can all agree GoT is not a safe show to watch with your kids. So, upon hearing that a community college recently suspended a professor over a GoT shirt his young daughter was wearing in a picture online, the mind reels at the possibilities. Just what could have been on that t-shirt? Headless Ned Stark? A bunch of naked women?

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  16. Entertainment

    Community Report Season 5 Episode 13 “Basic Sandwich”

    Last night was part 2 of Community's season(?) finale, and it hit predictably hard with the self-referential, "we're constantly on the edge of destruction but who cares?" stuff. Seriously, save Greendale, everyone. We're only one season away from completing the first half of six seasons and a movie! Here's how the fifth season wrapped up.

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  17. Uncategorized

    Geekolinks 4/18

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  18. Entertainment

    Start Your Day off in a Nerd Rage by Watching Everything Wrong With The Desolation of Smaug

    Remember when you were young, and you just liked movies because they were fun? Me neither. There's nothing more fun than pointing out problems in movies, so let's all let CinemaSins point out all the reasons we should be annoyed at The Desolation of Smaug, because we're a bunch of overcritical nerds, and we like it that way.

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  19. Weird

    Dog Barking at a Video of Itself Barking at a Video of Itself Barking at a…

    Are you attached to your flimsy grasp on sanity? Then don't watch this video of Holiday the dog barking at a video of herself barking at a video of herself barking at... probably the realization that reality is a facade and we're all just part of someone else's dream.

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  20. Weird

    Watch a Red Hot Ball of Nickel Bring Fiery Death to a Bunch of Peeps for Easter or Whatever

    Sunday is Peeps Appreciation Day, and YouTube's famous Red Hot Ball of Nickel is appreciating the hell out of them the only way it knows how: hot, fiery destruction. What is it about watching this flaming ball of metal destroy things that we love so much? Don't question. Just watch some Peeps get messed up.

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  21. Entertainment

    Prepare for Tonight’s Community Finale by Watching Joel McHale Scream at Billy Eichner and Play in the Mo’Lympics

    Community's finale is tonight, and hopefully that will be season finale and not series finale. #SaveGreendale, guys. So, here's Joel McHale being hilarious with Billy Eichner on Billy on the Street. The Mo'lympics are entertaining on their own, but stick around to the end to see the two have an incredible insult shouting match.

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  22. Tech

    Someone Made a Black Market Search Engine That Looks Just Like Google

    Google is great and all, but Grams, a Google look-alike search engine that offers a listing of reliable sources for illicit materials, is the most comprehensive way to find all things illegal. Drugs, weapons, Vampire Blood (probably), it's all there. Or, you know, that's what my friend told me.

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  23. Weird

    12 Of The Weirdest Wikipedia Articles You Can Listen To

    Available audio versions of large texts can be very useful for blind and visually-impaired readers, which is why text-to-speech software is so popular. You know what, though? That's not Wikipedia's style. They'd rather get people to record themselves reciting articles about whatever they want -- which makes for some strange subject material.

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  24. Weird

    Suntory Whiskey’s New Ad Campaign Uses 3D-Sculpted Ice

    There's a new ad campaign for Suntory Whiskey by Japanese agency TBWA/Hakuhodo that shows the whiskey served over intricate, precision-drilled 3D ice sculptures. It's beautiful to watch the drill create such a complex shape, and then have that shape drowned in whiskey.

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  25. Science

    Scientists Discover Female Insects With “Inflatable,” Spiny Penis

    In the animal kingdom, gender is decided along different rules from just who has what kind of situation going on in their pants, and science has found the first animal that has a penis on the female members of the species instead of the males. The female penis also does a lot more in the way of function than ones you might be more familiar with.

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  26. Science

    Meet Kepler-186f, the First Validated Earth-Sized Planet in the Habitable Zone of a Red Dwarf

    We now know what NASA's big Kepler announcement it. It's still going on, so we'll be updating this post. What we know now is that this is the first validated Earth-sized planet in the habitable zone of a star other than our Sun. That's a big deal.

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  27. Entertainment

    True Friends Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen Play The Newlywed Game [Video]

    "The Newlywed Game" is a fun cruel exercise where couples compete to see how well they really know their partner. Sir Patrick Stewart and Sir Ian McKellen aren't a romantic couple, but they do have an enviable friendship -- although judging from this video, they definitely wouldn't win in a relationship trivia smackdown.

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  28. Science

    Internet Use Could Help Depressed Retirees Because the Internet Is the Best

    If you're retired and feeling depressed about it, try using the Internet more! At least, that's according to new research published in The Journals of Gerontology, Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences. It says Internet use gave retirees a better chance of avoiding depression than their offline counterparts.

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  29. Gaming

    Live Preview of Wolfenstein: The New Order Straight From Bethesda at 2:00PM ET [Replay Added]

    The classic Wolfenstein is getting a sequel from MachineGames, and they're giving everyone a preview of all the Nazi-shooting fun today on Twitch. Unlike a lot of modern shooters, Wolfenstein is going to focus entirely on its single-player campaign set in an alternate 1960s where the Nazis won World War II, and it looks bananas.

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  30. Space

    Watch Live as NASA Makes Kepler Planet-Hunting Mission Announcement at 2:00PM EDT

    NASA is going to be making an announcement about the Kepler planet-hunting mission's latest discovery. The Kepler telescope is being used to find potentially habitable planets. Our guess is they'll be announcing new planets or one that happens to be very interesting. In this case interesting means habitable.

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  31. Weird

    So Maybe Jelly Belly Might Not Be The Best Candy To Bring To Your Next LGBT Rally

    You'd think a company famous for offering a rainbow of colors would be supportive of diversity, but sadly that may not be the case with Jelly Belly. Yesterday it was revealed that Chairman Herman Rowland Sr. made a hefty donation to an initiative to stop trans students from using bathrooms or joining sports teams based on their gender identity.

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