Friday, January 31, 2014

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A Few Facts You May Not Know About Franklin D. Roosevelt.

Cutting a headline down to 140 characters for Twitter can yield some odd gems. Here’s a doozy.

Charlie Daniels’ “The Devil Went Down To Georgia” is a Southern allegory.

You may have thought it was ketchup, but the biggest-selling condiment in America is …mayonnaise!

An Absurd Device to Add Dialogue to Silent Films. (via Boing Boing)

The 10 Worst Super Bowl Halftime Shows We’ve Had To Suffer Through. Remember these to lower your expectations for Sunday’s show.

Amidst the traffic jam in Atlanta that trapped some people overnight, many took it upon themselves to help out. Here are 13 stories of true Southern hospitality.

A State-By-State Look At The Future Of Legal Marijuana. Legalize it, and you, too, might send a team to the Super Bowl.

Gorgeous, Digitally Manipulated X-Ray Photographs of Animals and Flowers. Arie van’t Riet’s artworks will make you long for spring.

College football players are looking to unionize. The powerful NCAA is determined to make sure that doesn’t happen.

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