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  1. Entertainment

    Three Years of Selfies Create One Really Impressive Time-Lapse Lip Sync [Video]

    A UK teen took a picture of himself every day for three years to create a time-lapse video for Queen's "Don't Stop Me Now." He wound up with a pretty amazing result, but we're a bit preoccupied with the fact that he just happened to post the multi-year project during the selfie olympics. Is he on some kind of Queen-themed time traveling mission?

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  2. Entertainment

    Bohemian Rhapsody: Star Wars Edition Is the Most Charming Parody Video You’ll See Today

    This Star Wars parody of "Bohemian Rhapsody" certainly isn't the first or only one of its kind, but there's something about it that we can't resist -- and it's usually so very easy to resist silly parody songs. The acting is hammy, the effects aren't great, and the lyrics aren't perfect, but there's just something about it we love. The Force maybe?

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  3. Weird

    One of Queen’s Swans Found BBQed Near Windsor Castle in England

    You ever tell somebody a weird piece of trivia you know only to have it become a weirdly viral piece of news the next day? Because yesterday in an editorial meeting I happened to mention that it's illegal to eat a swan in England because they're all technically property of the Queen, and now we're finding out that somebody tried to do just that.

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  4. Entertainment

    Previously Unreleased Michael Jackson and Freddie Mercury Duets Are On Their Way

    Freddie Mercury, one of the most famous frontmen of, well, ever and Michael Jackson, the man who showed us all that being born cute and talented is no guarantee of enduring sanity, recorded three tracks 30 years ago that were never released, because -- really -- Michael Jackson showed up to the studio with a llama.

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  5. Science

    Physicists Propose Way to Test If Our Universe is a Computer Simulation

    Science may, at long last, have devised a way to answer the question posed by timeless philsopher Freddie Mercury: "Is this the real life? Is this just fantasy?" A team of physicists at the University of Bonn believe they have a way to test whether or not we're all living in a computer simulation by seeking out the edges of the lattice work that would underlie such a simluation. Which is pretty interesting work except for one thing. If we are living in a simulation, we definitely don't want to know it. Just let us live the lie.

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  6. Entertainment

    “Optical Illusion” Freddie Mercury To Follow In Holographic Footsteps of Tupac

    Brace yourselves: In the wake of Tupac's surprising and widely-discussed "holographic" performance at Coachella, there are now plans to bring another famous celebrity back from the grave to rock once more. Brace yourselves again: It's Freddie Mercury. Really though, neither of those things should be a surprise.

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  7. Weird

    If This VW is a Rockin’, It’s Because We’re Covering Bohemian Rhapsody Inside

    I'm not really a Queen fan, but the Porkka Playboys have made me care about said band and their epic, operatic rock ballad Bohemian Rhapsody more than ever before. Not only because of the Playboys' deadpan earnestness, or their unique instrumentation (accordion case drumset and melodica, to name a few), but because the entire song is performed within the confines of a ca. 1980 VW Polo. Can't get enough covers of rock songs by a Finnish band in a strange locale? Don't worry, the Playboys also performed The Ace of Spades in a sauna (nothing obscene, but NSFW-ish). (via Neatorama)

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  8. Entertainment

    Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” Rage Comic [Video]

    The rage comic, turned into a video set to Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" by reddit user friend168, is exactly what it sounds like: The entirety of "Bohemian Rhapsody" told with rage faces. The full image can be viewed here, but the comic set to the music video is a lot more fun since Freddy Mercury's vocals sound better in real life than they probably do in your head.

    (via reddit)

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  9. Entertainment

    Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” on Slide Whistles

    YouTube user Joe Penna, otherwise known as MysteryGuitarMan, has released what is quite possibly his best video yet, Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" performed with slide whistles. This video showcases why he is so popular on YouTube: I mean, there's a kazoo.

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  10. Entertainment

    ASL Interpreter Rocks Out to “Bohemian Rhapsody” in Sign Language [Video]

    ASL interpreter Sam Farley's sister secretly recorded him rocking out to Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" in sign language while he was driving. He should keep his hands on the steering wheel! But also, it is an epic jam rivaling Wayne's World's. Check it out:

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