Cops Will Pull You Over for Literally Any Reason

Blue lights flashing in your rearview mirror will always make you nervous, even if you've done nothing wrong. This young lady had to roll her eyes, because it's probably happened to her before. Will she get a ticket this time?  

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There are some things about living in a small town that you just can't get away from, until you get away completely. -via reddit

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Famous People Who Are Pure Madness On Social Media

Social media has allowed us all to put our thoughts, feelings and favorite memes out there for the entire online world to see which, as we all know, is both a good and bad thing.

For the average person this social freedom allows them to rant, share pics and thoughts from their day and basically act like they normally do with their friends, but for celebrities social media gives them the chance to go bonkers.

Norm Macdonald is a bit of a goofball, so you'd expect his Twitter feed to be full of jokes and funny observations, but instead he uses the power of the tweet to dump hours of sports play-by-plays on his followers:

Is it a joke? Is Norm drinking heavily again? Nobody is really sure, but I guess if you hate comedy, love sports and don't have a TV or a radio then Norm's your guy!

But if you prefer social media feeds related to food then you might enjoy the Instagram account @onionringsworldwide, which was started by the singer Lorde as an inside joke.

There you'll get to see "every onion ring I encounter, rated" and absolutely nothing about Lorde or her music, which may actually expand her fanbase to include chefs and foodies who respect her opinions on onion rings.

Plus Lorde isn't above eating onion rings "from the service stop Burger King near Hatfield", now that's what I call adventurous eating!

See 5 Famous People Who Are Pure Madness On Social Media here (NSFW language)

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PJ McQuade's Geeky Valentines for 2018

Artist PJ McQuade makes new geeky greeting cards for every occasion, every year, and his 2018 Valentines are now available at his Etsy store CastleMcQuade. They feature your favorite pop culture icons, many of whom would be completely unexpected in a romantic Valentine, but they work. Even evil villains have one great romantic line, or one that can be altered for the occasion. For example, Gollum's Valentine says, "You're Precious To Me." FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper (from Twin Peaks) says, "You're a Damn Fine Cup of Coffee!" (That one is new for this year, along with Kylo Ren) You could probably guess the quote from Ian Malcolm on the Jurassic Park Valentine, which comes with a illustration of two dinosaurs falling in love inside, too. If you can't decide which one is best, you can get a collection of 17 different Valentines, and he'll even customize the selection!  -via Geeks Are Sexy

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Watch A Guy Drop A £30,000 Bottle Of Champagne In A Nightclub

People with way too much money who don't know the meaning of the words "savings" and "frugality" like to drop a bundle on expensive bottles of booze at nightclubs so they can look really cool to their fellow clubgoers.

But to their credit these people normally drink the booze they've just dropped a bundle on, unlike the clumsy guy in this video shared by Ibiza Club News who fumbles a bottle of champagne that cost him £30,000 like an absolute idiot.

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Later when his kids ask him why they have no college fund he can tell them that in his younger days dad was the kind of guy who literally threw tens of thousands of pounds away while livin' that flashy nightclub life. Sorry kids!

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NO PIZZA! - Dinosaurs Versus The Pizza-Geddon

NO PIZZA! by Alexander Medvedev

Many humans think of pizza as the greatest food product on the planet, and to them the thought of giant pizzas raining down from the sky sounds like a delicious gift from the heavens. But dinosaurs hated pizza storms for one main reason- they're the reason the dinosaurs went extinct! Apparently the herbivores had bad allergic reactions to the pepperoni and cheese so they started dropping, and the carnivores couldn't stop eating all that yummy pizza so they essentially ate themselves to death. Well, I guess that's more fun than having your world destroyed by a meteor...

Teach people about the tastiest apocalypse ever with this NO PIZZA! t-shirt by Alexander Medvedev, it'll help you rewrite the history books and make your fellow pizza fans want to eat you all up!

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Cats Play Hungry Hungry Hippos

If we were to tell you cats were playing Monopoly or Scrabble, you wouldn't believe it was real. But the game Hungry Hungry Hippos has just the thing to enthrall the whole clowder: marbles!

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Watch a group of rescue cats in Sao Paulo, Brazil, play the children's board game. Or, to be more exact, one is playing while the others watch, fascinated. It's going to take a while before he finishes his turn and lets the next cat play. -via Tastefully Offensive 

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Research About Hot Dogs, French Fries, and Other Nonsense

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!

Improbable theories, experiments, and conclusions
compiled by Dirk Manley, Improbable Research staff

Slingshot-delivered, Microchip-laden Hot Dogs to Gulls
“High Predation on Small Populations: Avian Predation on Imperiled Salmonids,” Ann-Marie K. Osterback, Danielle M. Frechette, Andrew O. Shelton, Sean A. Hayes, Morgan H. Bond, Scott A. Shaffer, and Jonathan W. Moore, Ecosphere, vol. 4, no. 9, 2013, article 116. The authors, at the University of California, Santa Cruz, the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration, and San Jose State University, report:

PIT [passive integrated transponder] tags were inserted into miniature hotdogs (Hillshire Farm Beef Lit’l Smokies) and tossed out with a folding slingshot to maximize the number of different individual gulls that ingested tags.

Detail from the study “High Predation on Small Populations: Avian Predation on Imperiled Salmonids.”

Increased Gravitational Acceleration in Potato Deep-Fat Frying

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The Coldest City in the World

Yakutsk, Siberia, has a population of 280,000 people, even though the temperature hovers around 40 below zero for several months of each year. The reason a city of such size even exists that close to the Arctic Circle is because of the minerals beneath it: a fifth of the world's diamonds come from mines near Yakutsk, and the area is rich in natural gas, oil, gold, and silver, too. Photographer Steeve Iuncker visited Yakutsk and witnessed the challenges that come with living in serious cold.

Case in point: Iuncker noticed that locals tended to visit one another a lot, but for only a few minutes: “They would come in, take off their first layer, drink hot tea, and have a toast with jam before bundling up again and stepping outside. It was as if their neighbors’ abodes served as relay points along their journey.” Like them, Iuncker had to adapt his working habits to the elements. His camera, a twin-lens Rolleiflex, afforded him only 15-minute shooting periods. After that the winding mechanism would freeze, and the film risked cracking. Which was just as well; by then his fingers were numb.  

Read about Yakutsk and see two galleries of images at National Geographic. -via Mental Floss

(Image credit: Flickr user Maarten Takens)

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Never Bet Your Money On Another Man's Game

He's a 44-year-old man from Austin, Texas. His wife and his friends made fun of him, and that led to a bet. He bet that he could put out a legit hip-hop song and make at least ten dollars from it. He took the name Spinach Dippa. Here he is, rapping' about eating at Applebee's, his German mechanic, and running up his credit cards.

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You can buy the song (for 99 cents) through his website, and half the proceeds will go to the Boys and Girls Clubs of America. The other half will go toward fulfilling his bet. -via Tastefully Offensive 

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From Yosemite to Bears Ears, Erasing Native Americans From U.S. National Parks

Artist George Catlin traveled to the American West and painted Native Americans in their homelands, before the land was carved up into towns, farms, and ranches. He envisioned land set aside to stay in the condition in which he found it, complete with the settlements of the tribes who lived there. His idea of allowing outsiders to come in and see the Native Americans was exploitive at best, although what ended up happening was hardly better. They were almost completely displaced.  

Today, the foundational myth of America’s National Parks revolves around the heroic preservation of “pristine wilderness,” places supposedly devoid of human inhabitants that were saved in an unaltered state for future generations. This is obviously a falsehood: Places like Yosemite were already home to thriving communities that had long cherished—and changed—the environment around them. Catlin’s paintings are vivid reminders that the vast expanses of our western frontier were not empty, but rather brimming with human cultures.

Though the National Park Service prevented wholesale industrialization, they still packaged the wilderness for consumption, creating a scenic, pre-historical fantasy surrounded by roads and tourist accommodations, all designed to mask the violence inherent to these parks’ creation. More than a century later, the United States has done little to acknowledge the government-led genocide of native populations, as well as the continued hardships they face because of the many bad-faith treaties enacted by the U.S. government. This story is an elemental part of our National Park system, the great outdoor museum of the American landscape, but the myth continues to outweigh the truth. How did the National Park Service evict Yosemite’s indigenous communities and erase their history, and can it come to terms with this troubling legacy today?

While the latter is a theoretical question, the story of how the National Park system grew while completely discounting those who lived there is told at Collectors Weekly.

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The Time Terror Birds Invaded

You may laugh when you first look at the Terror Bird, but these monsters were ten feet tall and weighed over 300 pounds as they made their way into North America to terrorize those who lived here. But this happened five million years ago, so there's no need to fret. They were pretty awful to the tasty prey of the time, though.  

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This could very well be a monster movie, but it's one episode of the PBS Digital Studios series called PBS Eons that looks at many different animals -and even plants- that no longer exist. -via Mental Floss

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Librarians Recreate Sexy Kardashian Magazine Cover

Kardashians are known for being loud, flashy and ostentatious, while librarians are known for being modest and subdued enforcers of quiet, so it's hard to imagine what would bring such disparate groups together.

Well, believe it or not the thing that brought the Kardashians and the librarians together is that sexy cover from The Hollywood Reporter at the top of the post.

This cover inspired the digital and communications manager from the Invercargill Library in New Zealand, Bonnie Mager, to team up with her co-workers and show the world that smart is sexy- by recreating the cover photo with librarians instead of Kardashians.

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The Story of Ronnie the Donkey

There is nothing more heartbreaking than losing a child. Robin Birdsong founded Enchanted Farm Sanctuary after she lost her baby son. Ronnie the donkey came into her care after he underwent the trauma of losing a child, too. It took lots of time and love for the depressed donkey to start living again. Five years later, he is the king of the sanctuary, and helping Ronnie helped Robin to heal, too.

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You'll want to have a hankie ready for this video. -via Metafilter

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Nintendo Switch Vs. Cardboard Crafts

Nintendo has been one of the most innovative and original companies in the video game industry since the very beginning, and their commitment to creativity means the best is yet to come.

But when Nintendo came out with the Labo kits for the Switch they took both the gaming and crafting worlds by storm, and as you can see in this comic by Lolnein Comics those old fashioned crafting supplies don't stand a chance!

-Via Geeks Are Sexy

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The Right Book

I once had three, yes, THREE children at once who all hated to read, because it wasn't easy for them. Reading becomes easy only with practice, so the challenge was to find the one book for each child that they couldn't put down. It turns out that the same strategy works for adults, too. Dad already reads well, but to get him motivated, it takes an exceptional story. Chewbacca Riding Dragons Fighting Wizards will do just fine ...who could resist that? This is the latest comic from Lunarbaboon.

Oh yeah, each of the books that sparked a love for reading in my kids are ones they consider trash now as adults, but it worked, and that's what matters. So I am grateful to Stephanie Meyers and other YA authors for what they've done.

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That's No Moon - Rebel Bunnies On The Run

That's No Moon by Captain RibMan

The rabbits of the Rebellion used to look up at the night's sky and stare at that beautiful moon beaming down at them, but ever since the evil ermine Empire had destroyed their home planet those poor little bunnies had been forced to hop from planet to planet in a war for survival. The loss of their home had hurt but it had also made them stronger, and as they took the fight to those stinking Sith rats the rabbits of the Rebellion became a force to be reckoned with, and their days of being preyed upon felt like such a long, long time ago...

Share a different view of that war in the stars with the world by wearing this That's No Moon t-shirt by Captain RibMan, featuring a mashup that'll make you feel like a kid again!

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See 130 Years Of National Geographic Covers In 2 Minutes

National Geographic magazine is known for their breathtaking cover photos, but did you know they didn't start using a cover photo to help sell their magazine until the 1959? Before that it was just a bunch of text describing each issue's contents, which didn't do much to help them become one of the most popular and successful magazines of all time.

This year National Geographic is celebrating their 130th anniversary, so they created an amazing timelapse video showing how far their cover photos have come from 1888 to 2018.

It shows not only how important the cover photos became for the magazine's image, it also shows how far nature photography has changed since the mid-20th century.

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-Via Laughing Squid

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The High-Tech Gear Olympians Will Be Wearing

When the Winter Games open in PyeongChang, South Korea, on February 9, many of the participating Olympic athletes will be wearing hi-tech clothing from the most innovative minds of their respective nations. These include aerodynamically-textured speed suits, training uniforms with biometric sensors, and most importantly, coats with programmable heat. Even color has been harnessed for what advantage that can give a team, whether it's for a psychological boost or to hide performance flaws. See seven of these clothing innovations in a slideshow at Smithsonian.  

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Meet The Welsh Willy Wonka

When adventurous eaters want to put really weird tasting chocolate in their mouths they don't visit Willy Wonka, they visit Liam Burgess- the chocolate maker some are calling the Welsh Willy Wonka because of the bizarre flavors he comes up with.

Want to chew on a hunk of chocolate that tastes like an old book? Liam's got a chocolate bar for you that has all the flavor of an old leatherbound edition without all that pesky reading!:

“I’m not sure I want to put this in my mouth,” jokes the interviewer in the amusing clip below. Burgess reveals that ‘Old Book’ is made up of “leather essence, cigar tobacco, frankincense, patchouli, smoked sea salts” and maintains, “it smells [just] like an old book.”

Liam started his company NOMNOM Chocolate out of a camper on his mom's property at age 18, and now he has taken over "the Abandoned Chocolate Factory" in his hometown of Llanboidy and employs several of his friends full time.

And if you're keen to invest in Liam's wild chocolate adventure you can buy a "chocolate brick" in any flavor you'd like and help him build up his company brick by brick. And he does mean any flavor at all, because Liam and his team love a challenge!

-Via DesignTAXI

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Escalator Illusion

Let's take a ride on the escalator at Le Bon Marché in Paris! The escalator didn't look like this until Argentine artist Leandro Erlich (previously at Neatorama) got hold of it recently. His illusion art is now on display all over the French department store.

Erlich has paid homage to the City of Light’s changing skies by filling its windows with wispy cloudlike shapes. Surreal cloud formations will be projected on a giant screen erected under the store’s glass roof. Meanwhile, a bank of fake elevators promises to further scramble visitors’ perception.

“I am mainly interested in transforming elements that you believe can’t be transformed, can’t be different. It’s about the utopia of presenting the possibility of transforming what exists into something else, and this action invites us to imagine reality in a different way,” the artist told WWD.

The exhibition titled Sous le Ciel (Under the Sky) will be on display until February 18. Read more about the art installation at WWD. -via TYWKIWDBI

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Dashcams And Doorbell Cams Capture The Big Michigan Meteor Of 2018

An extremely bright meteor lit up the night sky above southeastern Michigan on January 16th, 2018, and thanks to all the dashcams and doorbell cams out there this freaky astronomical event was caught on video.

Here's dashcam footage of the meteor from Jalopnik reader Mike Austin:

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NASA has since confirmed that it was actually a meteorite, more specifically a small asteroid that burned up as it entered our atmosphere:

NASA officials had a simple explanation, saying a meteoroid entered Earth’s atmosphere about 8:08 p.m.

“It was definitely a meteor,” Bill Cooke, lead for NASA’s Meteoroid Environment Office at the Marshall Space Flight Center in Alabama, told The Washington Post.

Cooke said the fireball was caused by a small asteroid about one to two yards in diameter, moving at 28,000 mph. When it entered into the atmosphere, he said, it heated up and began to melt away, producing the bright light that people saw.

Here's how it looked to Dan McGhee from Ypsilanti's doorbell camera:

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Like a flare made of space stuff...freaky!

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10 Things You Didn’t Know about The King’s Speech

The 2010 historical drama The King's Speech centered on King George VI of the United Kingdom, played by Colin Firth, as he worked to overcome a speech impediment in order to address his subjects during World War II. Despite the limited scope of the plot, The King's Speech was a box office hit in both the UK and the US, and won four Academy Awards and seven British Academy Film Awards. Let's learn more about The King's Speech.      

9. The writer asked the queen mother to write this story about the king.

She insisted that he not write the story while she was still alive as the memories were too painful. The writer respectfully followed her wish.

7. Colin Firth sought out his sister to help develop his stammer.

His sister was also a speech therapist, he was attempting to develop the  stammer and figure out the treatment for it.

Read more tantalizing tidbits about The King's Speech at TVOM.

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160 Characters

Victoria Mapplebeck found her old Nokia phone and charged it up to see what data it contained. There were 100 texts from a man she dated for some time. Those, along with a Christmas card, two emails, a set of baby pajamas, and a paternity test were all she had left of her son's father. So she made a short film with the texts piecing the story together.   

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“It felt like a digital hit and run,” Mapplebeck said. “I began this project with a personal story, but perhaps it also explores a universal story—one in which we increasingly expect more from technology and less from each other.”

Read more about the film at The Atlantic.

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The Plundering Politician

The following is an article from the book Uncle John's Bathroom Reader Plunges Into History Again.

Boss Tweed was possibly the most corrupt politician in U.S. history. Here's how he got into office and how the good guys brought him down.

The Society of Saint Tammany, founded in 1789 in New York City, is named for Tamanend, a chief of the Delaware tribe. It started out as a patriotic and charitable organization, created by tradesmen who weren’t allowed to join the more exclusive clubs that the wealthy belonged to. As wave after wave of new immigrants arrived in New York City during the 1800s, Tammany gave them a helping hand with food, shelter, and jobs.

Meanwhile, the Tammany politicians were building an enormous base of support by organizing immigrants into a voting bloc. By the time Boss Tweed came along, the society had evolved into a well-oiled political machine that was known as Tammany Hall after its headquarters (aka its “wigwam”) on East 14th Street.


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Wiry Cat Leaps Around In A Most Hilarious Way While Attacking Grocery Bags

When cats chase something moving really, really fast they spin around so quickly they look like they might twist themselves into a pretzel just like in the cartoons.

But those spinnin' kitties ain't got nothin' on a cat doing that weird shocked, four-legged springy jump thing they do when they're startled or feeling extra frisky. It's enough to make you cry or wet yourself with laughter!

Case in point- Taylor, the frisky kitty in this video, either loves to play with plastic bags or is absolutely freaked out by them, and either way his crazy leaping made me bust a gut!

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-Via Laughing Squid

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Lisbon's Parque das Nações

Intrepid travelers Mike Powell and Jurgen Horn are spending 91 Days in Lisbon, Portugal. They tell us about a modern marvel they visited that contrasts with the world famous classical architecture of the city. The Parque des Nacões (Park of Nations) was built for the 1998 World Expo, designed by renowned architect Santiago Calatrava.

The Estação do Oriente serves an appropriate entrance for the Parque des Nacões, where the architecture is unapologetically forward-looking. The 1998 World Expo was a major deal for Lisbon; with the theme of “Oceans, A Heritage for the Future”, the city welcomed 143 participating countries, built a new metro line, and constructed the breathtaking Vasco da Gama Bridge — still the longest in Europe.

The new structures built for Lisbon's World Expo are all still in use as they were built, although many have been repurposed in creative ways. There's an aquarium, a concert hall, a casino, sports arenas, and public parks. See lots of pictures of the gorgeous Parque des Nacões at Lisbon for 91 Days.

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Skeski - Beauty Is In The Eye Of The Beholder

Skeski by Ilcalvelage

The dark-minded Skeksis will never be thought of as an attractive species, nor will they be seen as friendly and approachable like the sweet Gelflings, but when they look at themselves in the mirror they see a fine crystal-lovin' creature too Skeksi for their shell! Unfortunately for their species the Skeksis are only attracted to themselves so they're bound to disappear soon enough, since self-obsession generally leads to dying alone!

Show the world that physical beauty is only skin deep with this Skeski t-shirt by Ilcalvelage, featuring a funny design that'll make your fellow fans cackle with delight!

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Strawberry Smiggles The Ruckus Hoors Light Quid Pro Quo

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The Wild World of Time Travel Truthers

We've become obsessed with the concept of time travel. It's a great area to explore in science fiction, setting up all kinds of possible plots and paradoxes. It also feeds into our desire for a do-over in our own lives. And it holds out the possibility of meeting great people and doing great things that are only possible in the past or in the future. Or just getting a peek at things we don't know about. However, some people take time travel more seriously than others.  

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Not Exactly Normal looks at how time travel entered our culture and grabbed us, never to let go. -via Digg

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Pissed-Off Actors Whose Demands Radically Changed Movies

Some filmmakers are so stubborn they refuse to let an actor give them any input on the project, and on the flip side some great directors have taken suggestions from their actors to create something great together.

And then there are the "suggestions" made by pissed-off actors demanding things go, which seem to be the most radical and controversial changes you can make. But did they make the movie better? Eh, not really.

Harrison Ford made sure J.J. Abrams killed off Han Solo in The Force Awakens because he has hated the character since Return Of The Jedi, maybe even since the very beginning. I wonder what he had to do to J.J. to get him to agree?

Angelina Jolie made a similar demand while filming Wanted, insisting her character commit suicide in the end after "learning the true nature of her work", which would have been a fine ending if not for the love of money.

Wanted made big bucks at the box office, but her suicide plan had ruined any chance the studio had to make a sequel and cash in on the curving of bullets once again, and Angelina refuses to return their calls re: Wanted to this day...

Read 6 Pissed-Off Actors Whose Demands Radically Changed Movies here (NSFW language)

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Chimpanzee with a GoPro

Kimbang the chimpanzee came into foster care when her mother was killed by poachers. She's now four years old and training to live in the wild on her own. Her caregivers put a GoPro camera on her to monitor how she selects which foods to eat, but what they got was a dizzying ride through the rainforest canopy. And selfies.   

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The perfect soundtrack for this is the song "Son of Man" from the Disney movie Tarzan. After all, Kimbang is learning how to be an ape just like Tarzan did. This clip is from a three-part PBS series Animals with Cameras that will air on Wednesdays starting January 31st. -via Laughing Squid

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