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Director John Ford defined the Western genre. His films captured masculinity at its finest and the harsh and rugged terrain of the wild west. If it wasn't for him, the world wouldn't..
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Who needs words when you have the emoji? These expressive little icons have come along way, and comprise of far more than the standard yellow smiley of yesteryear; but where do..
The Greatest Road Trip Movies Ever Made
Road trip films are about more than just getting from point A to point B. These films, excuse the obvious metaphor, are vehicles for self-discovery. They can also include a wide..
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Westerns. They're not for everybody, but the genre is a staple of great American cinema. There's nothing like a steely outlaw who restores justice to an unruly town. The western..
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Did you know that the iconic Popeye is about a century old? Yep. Popeye has been around and still lives on. From a simple comic strip to animated series, live-action blockbuster..
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Tetris, possibly the world's most well-known video game took the '80s by storm. It was introduced on June 6th, 1984 by the Moscow's Academy of Science USSR and instantly spread..
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As technological inventions often take a kind of a snowball effect, it's sometimes hard to pin a specific discovery on one person. When it comes to the invention of the internet,..
The Most Insane Stunts Since Evel Knievel
Ask any extreme sports junky out there, and Evel Knievel was probbaly the man who inspired them. As the father of crazy stunts, Evel (born Robert Craig Knievel Jr.) performed fearlessly,..
How a Turkey Surplus Became Responsible for The American TV Dinner
In 1953 a leading Omaha-based frozen-food company, C.A. Swanson & Sons found themselves in a little pickle: Their railroad cars were packed with 520,000 pounds of turkey. Unable..