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What is that inside joke you ask? My sister was really tiny when Spaceballs came out, and she wasn't supposed to watch it but she was fascinated with Barf. One day I let her watch a bit when my parents were home, and she kept calling Barf a kitty. I told her not to tell my parents that I let her watch the movie, but one day on our way home from school my mom asked what movie we wanted to rent and my sister yelled "Cat Barf!" We all died laughing, and from that day forward Cat Barf has always stuck with me ;)
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The medical need is a totally valid point Steven, but the Thudguard isn't for handicapped children, it's being marketed as something every parent needs to protect their toddler's head when the kid learns to walk. Here's the link to their site, where you'll see this isn't a medical helmet, it's a helmet worn just in case the toddler falls:
http://www.thudguard.com/

Medical necessity is one thing, but being an overconcerned "helicopter" parent and strapping a helmet on a toddler's head that doesn't medically need a helmet is going a bit too far in my opinion.

Glad to hear the kid you mentioned is doing well, and of course I would never discount the medical need for a helmet. Just making a point about a company trying to mass market helmets for toddlers "in case they fall".
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Stupid inside joke on my part, but you're the first person who noticed Krystal so good job! I edited the article to avoid further fan furor, and I agree that a cat would have tried to take center stage, although that would have made a hell of a film! Interesting how they arrived at his final makeup too, eh?!
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It may be even more of a shocker to you that these quotes were probably written by their fellow female students. Here are some links to images from yearbook staffs around that same era:
http://www.jackcountytexas.info/Misc/images/Yearbooks/Perrin/Perrin1946-0013.jpg
http://saludaalumni.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/yearbook-staff-1948.jpg
http://www.donovankoeberl.com/1947YearbookStaff.jpg
http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~txnavarr/schools/emhouse_high_school/The_Pirate/1947/Full_Scans/1947_Pirate_Pg047.jpg

Notice anything these yearbook staffs have in common? They're made up of mostly women!
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Actually Stephen it's Stotch, so we were both wrong! BTW does watching every single episode of the show since it began plus playing every South Park video game ever made and seeing every other thing Trey Parker and Matt Stone have ever made, including Book Of Mormon, qualify me as a "true fan"? Because it probably should...
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Yeah, over six years ago Miss C posted an article about the same photo series. I think something that was posted six years ago but is really cool bears reposting, and thanks for reading Neatorama for so long that you actually remember that article from 2008 Nathan! That was before my time -;-
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Sorry if my post offended you Jonnette, but I don't know a thing about hair care, or how Do-rags are used in ethnic hair care regimen. I'm Mexican and none of the women in my family, or in my life for that matter, have ever had to use accessories like scarves and do-rags to care for their hair, other than covering their heads sometimes when they go out.

Thanks for sharing your knowledge about the actual purposes served by a do-rag, I edited the article and posted your comment (aside from the somewhat rude "how uninformed are you?!" bit) so that others may learn from my mistake. Who knew commenting on "ethnic" hair care products would be like walking through a minefield?!
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Well Alice, I'm Mexican hence the last name of Santos, and don't really know anyone who has to wear do-rags as part of their hair care regimen. Knowledge of different hair types, and the accessories used on hair, isn't exactly what I'd call common knowledge. If I were you I'd be more embarrassed about calling your hair a "Jewfro", which isn't a very racially sensitive thing for a self proclaimed "white" person to say!
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It came from the same brilliant minds who bring you The Onion, a super informed group of people who like to share super informative articles with the less informed, like myself. I learned a lot about sexy type stuff from this article, and now I have some great conversation points for my next dinner party!
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It's a silly comedy article from the folks that bring you the Onion. If you don't dig the Onion then you probably won't dig the humor in this article. It's not really a "click farm", it's super informative!
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Bronson Caves is #18 on LA Weekly's list. From the site:

Famously known as the entrance to the Batcave from the 1960’s Batman TV show, Bronson Caves in Griffith Park has also been used in horror films such as Cabin Fever, Army of Darkness, The Hills Have Eyes Part II, 1956’s Invasion of the Body Snatchers, Roger Corman’s Attack of the Crab People, and dozens of other B horror pictures.
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Sadly this is more of an advertisement for a Halloween costume store than an actually researched and detailed chart, as any faithful Marvelite would know.

We don't normally post these blatant advertising infographics on Neatorama because they're just glorified print ads, and the fact that this cheesy ad features the movie costumes but is missing many of the costumes that appear in the comic (like the non-symbiote black suit, the strange Bagman suit, and the stealth suit just to name a few) just proves how little the creators cared about doing their research.

If you actually want to see all the suits Spidey has worn over the years check out this post from IGN:
http://www.ign.com/articles/2014/04/30/a-visual-history-of-spider-man-costumes
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Wow, you really need to grow a sense of humor Andrew! Why so serious? Are you taking acting classes hoping to be a celeb yourself someday? I was clearly joking around, but I guess humor just doesn't compute with you. And as for the Tom Selleck pic- cutout or real person=same thing
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