Five Actors You Totally Forgot Were in X-Men Movies

There have been ten X-Men films released since the year 2000. Unless you're a comic book fan from way back, it's hard to keep up with which ones you've seen, much less who is in them all. And considering the film series is 17 years old, some of the actors who appeared in the earlier films went from unknown to well-known in that time. Check out five of those actors and relive some of the "aha" moments from the X-Men series at TVOM. 


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Vintage Photos Of Big And Beautiful Hairstyles From The 1960s

Americans were way more in to "big" in the 60s- big cars, big collars and big hairstyles, but in order to live large folks had to put in work. Can you imagine washing one of those giant 60s street boats by hand?

People probably washed their cars about as often as women washed their hair, which according to my grandma was about once or twice a week, which is one of the secrets to big hair.

In order to create their picture perfect beehives, bouffants, pompadours and blowouts they had to backcomb their hair for maximum volume, a time consuming practice that would be reserved for a special occasion today.

But many of the women in these vintage photos maintained their crazy hairstyles daily, and they should have been given a trophy for their dedication to coiffed hair. Or perhaps a bobblehead would have been more appropriate?

See 30 Hair Styles From The 1960s That Will Boggle Your Mind here


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Why Chimpanzees Are So Strong

Great apes include gorillas, orangutans, bonobos, chimpanzees, and humans. While chimpanzees are the smallest, humans are the weakest. Chimps are much stronger than humans, even accounting for physical condition, meaning they are stronger than our top athletes.

Pound-for-pound, chimpanzees are 1.5 times stronger than humans at pulling and jumping tasks, according to new research published today in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. This strength is not the result of the chimpanzee’s physical form, its range of motion, or a newly-discovered dedication to bench presses and deadlifts, but instead, the product of how the fibers in chimp muscles are distributed. Because chimpanzees are our closest-living primate relative, these findings are offering new insights into human evolution—and why’re we’re such weaklings.

See, the human world never really had a chance against Caesar and his followers. Read more about this research at Gizmodo.

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Getting Dressed in the 1700s

You've seen tons of portraits of 18th century women like Martha Washington and Marie Antoinette, and while you know what their clothes look like, you probably have no idea how much work went into putting those dresses on. 

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This video shows just how complex it was to dress like a proper women of the 1700s and why any woman with the money absolutely had to have a maid to help dress her. One thing women didn't fuss with back then though -underwear, which is why the woman starts in her dressing gown.

Via Mental Floss


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Paper Airplane Research Review

The following is an article from The Annals of Improbable Research, now in all-pdf form. Get a subscription now for only $25 a year!

Glimpses at some of the relevant papers
compiled by Bertha Vanatian,
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BonDurant’s Better Plane

“Folded Paper Airplane,” U.S. Patent #4377052, issued March 22, 1983 to James BonDurant for:

A folded paper airplane formed of a blank of sheet material having a downfold line extending along an axis of the sheet, a pair of transverse cuts near a rear edge and forming a tail piece, a pair of fuselage forming upfold lines extending from the midpoints of segments of the forward edge to a point adjacent the intersection of the downfold line and the transverse cuts, a pair of cockpit forming downfold lines extending from the midpoints, a pair of set of at least two successive upfold lines extending from the same midpoints, and a pair of wing forming downfold lines extending from the leading edges of the resulting wing surfaces near the cockpit to terminate at the other distal ends of the transverse cuts.

Paper Airplanes in Water

Detail from Feng et al.’s study of paper airplanes in flowing water.

“On the Aerodynamics of Paper Airplanes,” Ng Bing Feng, Kng Qiao Mei, Pey Yin Yin, and Jörg U.
Schlu╠łter, 27th American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Applied Aerodynamics Conference, June 2009, San Antonio, Texas. The authors, at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, report:

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A Man and His Pineapple

It's not easy to grow a pineapple. It's more difficult in some places than others, but redditor vlone17's dad finally harvested one of his own. He was so proud, he had a portrait made with it. Without his shoes on. The original thread at reddit had a lot of information about growing pineapples, but people had fun with the portrait, too. JimRug thought he'd look good as a Snapchat sticker.

Then aledlewis gave it the old switcheroo.



Bahet went meta with it.



Which Daxter614 took even further.



An entire string of Photoshoppers piled on to give us this silliness.



All the fuss made Dad's day, and is enshrined at their home for posterity. 


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World's Okayest Dad - Being The Best Is Overrated


World's Okayest Dad by geekchic tees

It's okay to be the okayest, it really is, and in this world of people who are total losers but eternally claim to be "the best" it's actually refreshing to see someone willing to admit their skills are limited. But for some reason people think that all parents are either deadbeats or striving for perfection, and then their kids grow up thinking they have to be perfect too and the cycle of self doubt continues. So check your ego and embrace your okay side, because people who claim to be the best are the worst!

Show the world you're comfortable with your level of okayness by wearing this World's Okayest Dad t-shirt by Geekchic Tees, and aim straight for the middle.

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Auto Nom

When you think of autonomous cars, you think of Google and Elon Musk and the idea of trucks with no drivers hauling loads down the highway. But why not think of the fun these cars can have?

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Oh hello lovely machine, emancipating yourself from function... You look adorable, you know? Yes dear, you were built to be autonomous, it said so in the campaign brief.
No rush – getting from A to B was never an exciting idea to begin with, for your kind. Dance yourself clean, pull your metal frame apart and let the sun burn through your circuits. Ride your autobiography, guided by the beauty of your code.

Director Julius Steinhauser of f°am Studio in Germany brings us Autonomous Rolf, a Mercedes Benz with a mind of its own, and a sense of fun that even the laws of physics cannot stop! -via Nag on the Lake 


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Fun Robot

In my experience robots aren't any fun to hang out with because they try too hard to please humans and they don't get any of my jokes, but robot friendship experiences may vary.

It's cool if you want to hang out with a robot, I definitely won't judge, but watch out for robots who drink beer- because the booze has fried their circuits, so they may go a little haywire. Such shocking behavior! (Comic via Poorly Drawn Lines)

-Via Geeks Are Sexy


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One Tree, 365 Days

Italian photographer and conservationist Bruno D'Amicis set a camera up in a forest in the Apennine Mountains, trained it on one beech tree, and let it record for an entire year. This video contains clips of that recording that show the diversity of wildlife that passed by, stopped to mark their territory, scratch their back, or take a bite.

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The song is "Have You Ever" by Brandi Carlile. You can see D'Amicis wildlife photography at Instagram. -via Tastefully Offensive   


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Artist Creates Characters Based On The Faces He Sees On Inanimate Objects

Pareidolia is a ten dollar word for the psychological phenomenon that makes us see faces on inanimate objects- it's something we all experience from time to time, and you're weird if you don't see faces on stuff.

Illustrator Keith Larson claims he experiences pareidolia more than most, which led him to start drawing the faces he sees on stuff and sharing his drawings via Instagram.

The little character faces Keith sees on furnaces, doorstops, bathroom stalls, dryer doors and ice machines are quite funny looking but may become a bother- because they can't be unseen. So get ready to meet a bunch of new friends!

-Via Bored Panda


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Things That Make You Feel Old

We were in an antique store when my kid runs up to me and says, "They have one of those phones with the round thing on it! Show me how it works!" I suddenly felt ancient. Those moments happen more and more often these days. My dentist, with his white hair and his decades of experience, mentioned how old he was when Star Wars first came out and revealed he is much younger than I am.



Cracked collected image macros from their readers that illustrate 26 of those moments that remind you of how much time has passed since you were young. I'm sure you'll relate to at least a couple of them.


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What Dogs Would Say If They Could Call 911

(Via @Reverend_Scott)

Clever dogs have been known to call 911 when they or their humans are in trouble, and their call to 911 actually ended up saving their owner's lives.

But you shouldn't encourage your dog to call 911 whenever they smell danger because they might start tying up the emergency lines while you're at work.

Reverend Scott likes to imagine what a dog's call to 911 might sound like on his Twitter feed, and his scenarios seem spot on to me!

-Via Laughing Squid

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The Sprinkler

Here's a tip: just because you are proud of the lush, green lawn you worked hard to achieve, doesn't mean the neighbors feel the same way. They could be totally oblivious to the bare spots in their yard. I know I would be. I think have a nice lawn (through no effort of my own), but certain neighbors might disagree. I never put down seed or fertilizer, because that would just mean mowing more often. And the only part of my lawn that gets sprinkled is right around the vegetable plot. Every neighborhood has at least one guy like this one in the latest comic from Chris Hallbeck at Maximumble


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Things Got Awkward When Ellen Caught An Audience Member Stealing Swag

Ellen DeGeneres likes to make her audience's day by giving them free stuff when they come to see her show, but she also likes to prank people so audience members who see a table full of free stuff had better watch out.

Or I should say audience members who get greedy when they're told to take one free item should watch out, because things might get really awkward when their greediness is revealed on the show.

Watch as a greedy gal get shamed in front of a live studio audience- and is forced to sit in "Ellen Jail" for the rest of the show.

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-Via 22 Words


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Five Awesome Bomb Disarming Scenes in Movies

If you've ever wondered what the sensitive task of disarming a bomb would be like, it's probably nothing at all like action movies depict it. That said, there's little else that will get an audience's adrenaline going. In movies, there's almost always a timer attached, which adds considerably to the tension. It's life and death at stake! Relive those intense bomb scenes with videos from movies you may or may not have seen at TVOM.


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Awesome Fan Art Offers A Detailed Look At Finn And Jake's Tree Fort

Adventure Time takes place in a post-apocalyptic world, and yet the heroes Finn and Jake don't live like wastelanders- they live in a sweet Tree Fort with many of the amenities of a modern home.

They've got a BMO that plays movies and games, a full kitchen, a fireplace to keep the Fort warm when the Ice King puts a chill in the air, a really cool elevator and a few storage rooms for their treasure hoard.

But rather than me telling you all about Finn & Jake's awesome Tree Fort why don't you take a look at this amazing illustration by Max Degtyarev and check the whole place out for yourself!

See full size illustration here

-Via GeekTyrant


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Make It Sew - Picard And A Yard Of Jacquard

Make it Sew by 8BitHobo

Captain Picard is the type of man who is always looking to learn new things during his trek, acquiring new skills and becoming more well informed about the things that bind all beings in the universe. But Jean-Luc has always been hopeless when it comes to crafting, so he must turn to his Number One for help with such matters. And Riker is always there to help, whether Picard is telling him to "make it glow", "make it flow" or "make it sew" because Will Riker's got mad skills, yo!

Add some punny style to your geeky wardrobe with this Make It Sew t-shirt by 8BitHobo, and you'll become the "Number One" star of your own geeky universe.

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The 2017 World Taxidermy Championships

Every year, the world's top animal stuffers and fish carvers meet up to show off their skills and compete for cash prizes.  Emily Graslie of Brain Scoop works at the Field Museum in Chicago, but she was excited to attend the World Taxidermy & Fish Carving Championships in Peoria last month. Warning: contains dead animals.

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Graslie can't contain her enthusiasm as she wanders among freeze-dried fish, animals made from completely different animals, recreations from scenes in nature, creatures in funny poses, and animals the judges had to look up to see what they're supposed to look like.  -via Mental Floss


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If You Can't Stand the Heat, Stay Out of Arizona

Summer in Arizona is always pretty miserable, but the current heat wave is particularly awful. Temperatures have been getting as high as 120 degrees, which means asphalt can get up to 160 and car interiors can reach 200.

Those extreme conditions aren't just bad for people, they can also ground planes and destroy property. Over on The Daily Buzz, you can see a collection of pictures showing just how hot it is in Arizona. It's enough to make you enjoy the warm weather outside wherever you live -unless, of course, you actually live in AZ.

So see the Grand Canyon state in all its melty misery here.


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Operation Tracer: The Secret Plan To Bury Soldiers Alive Inside The Rock Of Gibraltar

The Rock of Gibraltar, which guards the entrance to the Mediterranean Sea, is honeycombed with caves, tunnels, and chambers. After World War II, a rumor spread about a secret military installation in which six men spent a year sealed inside during the war. It was just a rumor until the chamber was found in 1997! Over the next ten years, the real purpose of the chamber came to light. It was Operation Tracer.

Rear Admiral John Henry Godfrey, the Director of the Naval Intelligence Division of the British Admiralty, suggested that they establish at Gibraltar a covert observation post which would remain operational even if Gibraltar fell into enemy hands. This observation post would be located in a hidden chamber within the Rock of Gibraltar with two small openings to watch for movements on the harbor. Six men were selected to be sealed inside the cave, and while there were enough supplies to last one year, there was to be no way out of the chamber, and if any men were to die they were to be embalmed and cemented into the brick floor. Only if Germany was defeated within the first year would they be released.

The cave was built, and six men were trained, but Operation Tracer was never put into service because Hitler turned his attention away from the Mediterranean. Read about the plans and see pictures of the cave at Amusing Planet. -via Metafilter

(Image credit: Flickr user Rob)


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What It's Like To Be Submerged Inside A Giant Water Balloon When It Bursts

People often cringe at the thought of a balloon bursting, and some people get so freaked out when a balloon pops near them their fear is dangerously close to becoming a full-blown phobia.

But judging by the stunts they've done in the past The Slow Mo Guys have no fear of balloons bursting, and Dan is so into balloons he's willing to hang out inside a giant water balloon while it bursts.

It's probably best if those who have globophobia don't watch this video, but everyone else should celebrate the start of summer by watching this stupid stunt video!

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-Via Geeks Are Sexy


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It Was All a Dream!?!?

The following is an article from the book Uncle John's Weird, Weird World: EPIC.

In 1997, when Roseanne viewers learned the ninth and final season was a fictional account of the family written by Roseanne, they were fuming mad. Why even tell a story if it never happened? More often than not, there’s a real-world explanation for why shows pull this stunt.

SHOW: Dallas (CBS, 1978–91)

DREAM: In the final episode of the seventh season in May 1985, Bobby (Patrick Duffy) is run down by a car and killed. A year later in the eighth season finale, Bobby’s wife Pam (Victoria Principal) wakes to the sound of running water. She goes into the bathroom… and there’s Bobby, alive, taking a shower. His death—along with the entire eighth season—had been one long dream of Pam’s.

REALITY: Bobby was originally killed off because Duffy was bored with the role and wanted to leave the show. But he was also a big ratings draw, and Dallas dipped from #2 to #6 the following year, so producers begged Duffy to come back. Because he couldn’t find any better work, he did. (Never mind that Bobby’s return demolished logic—for example, several characters who left the show during the dream season, and who therefore didn’t really leave, remained gone.)

SHOW: Married…With Children (Fox, 1987–97)

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Why Olive Oil is Awesome

For a long time, I thought the only difference between olive oil and standard vegetable oil was the price. But would you ever find yourself dipping bread into plain vegetable oil, even with spices added? Olive oil is special, and Reactions, from PBS Digital, is here to tell us why.

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In this video, we get a chemical explanation for olive oil's benefits, plus glimpse into the manufacturing process and some advice on using your oil. My advice: Start any meal by sautéing onions and garlic in olive oil. After that, it really doesn't matter what you add, it will be good.

We dish up more neat food posts at the Neatolicious blog

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The Lonely Lady- Worst Film Of All Time Or Trash Cinema Masterpiece?

Bad movies far outnumber the good, but to earn the title "worst film of all time" you've gotta really smut it up, leaving viewers feeling forever unclean by taking trash cinema to the bottom of the heap.

As far as I can tell The Lonely Lady isn't quite that bad, since it doesn't include gratuitous gore, racism, animal abuse or any of the other trashy elements filmmakers love to include to shock the audience.

But the film does include Pia Zadora as an aspiring screenwriter who gets literally and figuratively screwed by showbiz, and Ray Liotta appears as a rapist in one of his first roles.

According to Christian McLaughlin of Dangerous Minds The Lonely Lady is smutty enough to make audiences feel dirty after watching, but his grandma actually bought him a ticket to the movie back in '83 so how bad can it be?

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Now, nearly 34 years after its initial release in theaters, The Lonely Lady is available on Blu-ray from Shout! Factory so you can decide for yourself whether it truly is "the worst film of all time".

But, in case you're still wondering what to expect, here's a taste:

8. Pia’s brilliant writer character is named “Jerilee Randall.”  Jerilee Randall!

7. Jerilee’s attempt to get her indecently too-old, impotent and obscenely hairy-backed husband hard by cooing “Gently, gently”. 

6.  Instead of the luscious bi-sexy babes of Cinemax, the lesbos here are all repulsive predatory gargoyles, like the long-breasted bikini-clad matron in the hot tub who purrs the horrendously looped pick-up line “It’s wonderfully relaxing!” 

5.  The lesbian Italian movie star (who tricks Jerilee into a threesome with her toad of a husband) is cross-eyed, but her nipples point in different directions, too.

4.  Post-threesome, Jerilee is so disgusted with herself she showers with her clothes on and promptly suffers a nervous breakdown. 

3.  The best nervous breakdown scene EVER, in which the keys of Jerilee’s typewriter become the faces of her tormentors, before rising from the keyboard into a swirl of mocking sound-bytes and cheesy shattering optical effects. 

Read 'The Lonely Lady': Worst Film Of All Time Or Filthy Masterpiece Of Trash Cinema? You Decide! here


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The Forgotten Man Who Transformed Journalism in America

Younger people may know about Walter Cronkite or Edward R. Murrow, but hardly anyone born after 1970 remembers Lowell Thomas, or even knows about him. He was the first superstar journalist of the broadcast era. Thomas brought global news to so many Americans through an era that saw the development of radio, newsreels, typewriters, airplanes, and TV -and he embraced each new technology. That helped him become the biggest broadcast news personality of his day, and the size of his audience caused him to take journalism very seriously. Professor of journalism Mitchell Stephens has a new book out called The Voice of America: Lowell Thomas and the Invention of 20th-Century Journalism, and talked to Smithsonian about how Thomas changed the profession.    

Sensationalism was a major part of journalism in the early 20th century, but Thomas helped reshape this. How did he manage that?

The early 20th century was a time when a lot of people “improved” stories. It was a less fact-obsessed world than the one we live in and therefore a less accurate world. Lowell was a pretty sensational journalist in Chicago himself. Lowell got caught making something up in Chicago, but he learned a lesson.

When he got his great gig, hosting what at the time was a network radio newscast, he was aware of the responsibilities that went with it. He helped pioneer a more sober style of journalism. Lowell quickly realized that there were people among his hundreds of thousands and then millions of listeners who would write letters and complain to his network if he got things wrong. Because [the radio broadcast] had so many listeners and he was such a dominant figure, what happened there also spread to other iterations of radio, then TV, then newspapers. Lowell contributed to the fact obsession that journalists have today.

Read the rest of the interview at Smithsonian.


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Artist Creates Miniature Versions Of The Places He Visits In His Dreams

Have you ever woken up after a vivid and realistic dream to find you can't get that dream out of your head?

Those memories of our time in the dreamlands are so clear they almost feel real, and even though our bodies never leave the bed our dreams take us to places so realistic we feel like we actually went there in person.

Miniature artist and photographer Vatsal Kataria uses his talents to create models of the places he has visited in his dreams, then he takes perfectly lit pictures of the models to recreate scenes from his dreams.

See more from I Recreate Miniature Versions Of Places I See In My Dreams here


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Make a Difference

Now that was easy, wasn't it? Too bad such a small effort is too much for so many. Just a simple affirmation of what you already think can go the distance to make someone else feel good. And look at the last panel- it will do you good, too! This is the latest from Lunarbaboon.

There are plenty of other comics at Lunarbaboon that you don't see here, so if you enjoy them, you might want to bookmark the site. Or you could check out artist Chris Grady's book, Lunarbaboon: The Daily Life of Parenthood


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Sons Of Melmac - Cat Me If You Can


Sons of Melmac by MarianoSan

Life can be hard for aliens in America, and their struggle to live freely among the hairless apes naturally makes them feel disgruntled and forces them to band together for the good of their species. So the aliens took a note from that one biker TV show and started their own motorcycle club called the Sons Of Melmac, which they named after ALF since Willy let them hold their meetings in his garage.

Get geared up for some alien adventure with this Sons Of Melmac t-shirt by MarianoSan, and show the world you're a member of the coolest alien MC on the planet!

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How To Make Air Powered Blood Squibs For Gunshot Special Effects

Squib is a fun word to say, and squibs are fun to talk about because their name sounds so funny people can't help but ask "what the hell is a squib?!" when they hear it said aloud.

But filmmakers know squib isn't just a funny word- it's the secret to making gunshot effects look realistic on camera.

This tutorial video by John P. Hess of Filmmaker IQ shares a brief history of the squib and shows us how we can make our own air powered blood packs on a backyard movie budget.

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-Via Laughing Squid


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