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SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA - MARCH 12: A bank employee counts U.S. dollars banknotes at the headquarters of the Korea Exchange Bank March 12, 2003 in Seoul, South Korea. The dollar began stronger against the won amid a bleak economic outlook and the growing concerns over the North Korean nuclear crisis, closing at 1,245 won per dollar, up 15.10 won. (Photo by Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images)
SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA - MARCH 12: A bank employee counts U.S. dollars banknotes at the headquarters of the Korea Exchange Bank March 12, 2003 in Seoul, South Korea. The dollar began stronger against the won amid a bleak economic outlook and the growing concerns over the North Korean nuclear crisis, closing at 1,245 won per dollar, up 15.10 won. (Photo by Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images)
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Can We Really Go “Paperless?”

Can we really operate efficiently with everything stored in some computer file? Shouldn’t there be some kind of “hard copy” somewhere?

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See Adults Trying to Ride Kids’ Toys

It sure is fun to ride a big wheel; any 5-year-old can tell you that. But when a grownup tries to do it? Well ...

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Watch These Cats With Gambling Problems

Gambling can become an addiction, one that affects us all. Even cats.

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Watch People Getting Nailed by Huge Waves

Beach season has begun, so it's time to remind everyone that oceans are powerful forces of nature.

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Watch These Cats Battling Vacuum Cleaners

Cats have many enemies — dogs are the obvious one, but they have several other rivalries as well.

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BANYUWANGI, INDONESIA - MAY 25: A worker carries a shark at Muncar Port on May 25, 2014 in Banyuwangi, Indonesia. Indonesia has become one of the major exporters of meat and shark fins in the world, producing 640 thousand tons per year. The Indonesian government is tightening regulations for the fishing of sharks and manta rays, which are now included in the list of Appendix II of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES). (Photo by Robertus Pudyanto/Getty Images)
BANYUWANGI, INDONESIA - MAY 25: A worker carries a shark at Muncar Port on May 25, 2014 in Banyuwangi, Indonesia. Indonesia has become one of the major exporters of meat and shark fins in the world, producing 640 thousand tons per year. The Indonesian government is tightening regulations for the fishing of sharks and manta rays, which are now included in the list of Appendix II of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES). (Photo by Robertus Pudyanto/Getty Images)
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Friday Fun Facts About Sharks

Confession time. The movie “Jaws” scared the heck out of me and I lived in the middle of the US at the time. I was nowhere near the ocean.

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Watch These Kids Eating Warheads for the First Time

Ah, we can remember the first time we tried a Warhead. Especially our cheeks, which have never been the same.

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(Photo by Chris Hyde/Getty Images)
(Photo by Chris Hyde/Getty Images)
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Memorial Day 2014

Amazing, as it might seem, no one seems to know when the first national Memorial Day occurred.

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Watch Cats Getting Stuck in Jars

Cats love to squeeze into tight spaces: barely open drawers, the gap between the wall and the couch, and, of course, cat-size jars.

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Watch These Jugglers Doing It Wrong

Juggling is really hard, so maybe adding fire and chainsaws and knives and stuff like that isn't such a great idea for the non-expert.

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