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    A massive dust storm over Lubbock, Texas has shut down roadways and made most travel impossible.

    Image by Lubbock Avalanche-Journal, Zach Long / AP

    Image by Lubbock Avalanche-Journal, Zach Long / AP

    Image by Lubbock Avalanche-Journal, Zach Long / AP

    Image by Lubbock Avalanche-Journal, Zach Long / AP


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    As the Christmas premiere of Les Misérables approaches, backlash swells like students building a barricade. Instead of letting the negative drag us down, let's remember why we were excited in the first place.

    Hugh Jackman as Jean Valjean.

    Hugh Jackman as Jean Valjean.

    Finally, a sexy Jean Valjean. A VILF, if you will. Unlike other Hollywood A-listers who get shoved into movie musicals, Jackman actually has the musical theater background necessary to pull this role off.

    Source: images.allmoviephoto.com

    Anne Hathaway as Fantine.

    Anne Hathaway as Fantine.

    She's been desperate for a leading role in a musical ever since she sang her way through a Saturday Night Live hosting gig. And whatever doubts we may have had about her, she crushed "I Dreamed a Dream" in the trailer.

    Source: dailyfill.wpengine.netdna-cdn.com

    Things don't end well for Fantine.

    Things don't end well for Fantine.

    So if you hate Anne Hathaway, this is the movie for you. Enjoy your schadenfreude, jerks.

    Source: images.smh.com.au

    Taylor Swift is not Eponine.

    Taylor Swift is not Eponine.

    Remember when we almost let Taylor Swift ruin this movie? But we didn't. We got Samantha Barks instead, and she is great, even if she isn't a top-earning pop star. She's got personality and fire, and she can actually act. Which is kind of important.

    Image by Kevin Kane / Getty Images


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    Time-travel with us to last century, when Coke still had cocaine in it and ladies weren't allowed to lunch alone!

    1912 was a good year for things that are bad for you.

    1912 was a good year for things that are bad for you.

    Source: ebay.com

    This was the year Richard Hellmann, a German deli owner, started mass marketing his wife’s mayonnaise. It was also the year Life Savers and the Whitman's chocolate sampler were introduced.

    Most important new junk food: The “Trio," three different kinds of cookies from the National Biscuit Company, since renamed Nabisco. Two Trio members — the Mother Goose biscuit and the Veronese biscuit — have since gone to cookie heaven. But then there was...the Oreo. They were sold by weight and cost 30 cents (!) a pound.

    You could finally wander the aisles of the grocery store yourself, searching unsuccessfully for beans.

    You could finally wander the aisles of the grocery store yourself, searching unsuccessfully for beans.

    Image by Getty Images

    At least in California. The first self-serve grocery stores opened up on the West coast that year, though they were far from widespread. Before that, if you were rich, you sent your servant with a list and had the shopkeeper deliver the goods to your mansion. If you were poor you went yourself and lugged the groceries back to your tenement.


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    OM NOM NOM!

    Source: youtube.com  /  via: dailyotter


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    Your holiday wish list just got a little longer. (NSFW-ish)

    This sleeping bag with legs.

    This sleeping bag with legs.

    Source: reddit.com

    Whatever this onesie is.

    Whatever this onesie is.

    Source: annaknitsetc.blogspot.com

    This fab cat sweater.

    This fab cat sweater.

    Source: angelameiquan

    And this matching couch.

    And this matching couch.

    Source: 2artville.com


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    Now this is holiday spirit.


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    Does the One Ring emit radiation? Does it just hate Hobbit hair? Either way, this recently surfaced photo of Elijah Wood is disconcerting.

    The make-up test for was a scene Jackson never filmed. Similar to when Galadriel revealed what she would look like if the ring came to her, the sequence would have shown Frodo had he given in to the Ring's seductive power.

    Source: geektyrant.com


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  • 12/19/12--17:56: The 17th Cat Of Christmas
  • Santa cape cat is here to make the holiday season bright.


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    Pitch Perfect , one of BuzzFeed's favorite movies of the year , might be getting a sequel . Here's my wish list for Pitch Perfect 2: Pitch Perfecter .

    Fat Amy inspires a body positive movement.

    Fat Amy inspires a body positive movement.

    Fat Amy's enthusiastic embrace of her curves should encourage other young women to own their sizes. The end result: more fat people in a capella.

    Source: si.wsj.net

    Beca starts spelling her name correctly.

    Beca starts spelling her name correctly.

    Try "Becca" or "Becka" or some other name entirely. I don't really care. It just has to be a legitimate spelling.

    Source: comicsworthreading.com

    Aubrey and Chloe try dating.

    Aubrey and Chloe try dating.

    There's something more to that friendship, right? It's time for these women to shake free the shackles of society's constraints and explore what they've been repressing. And if it doesn't work, Aubrey can rebound with Cynthia Rose.

    Source: hollywoodreporter.com

    Jesse does this several times.

    Jesse does this several times.

    It's a little excessive, but nobody minds.

    Source: http://25.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_mbnc63XD701qlhtnyo1_500.gif


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    Ditch Instagram and get a real instant camera. And no, I'm not talking about Polaroid.

    Source: fujifilm.com

    Instagram might not want to sell users' photos, but the recent uproar over its terms of service might still make some people squeamish over what it really means to upload the most memorable moments of their life to a site like Instgram.

    Buuuut maybe they still want to take shots that evoke the spirit of what Instagram was trying to create: photos that are easy, fun, instant, almost immediately tinted with a layer of nostalgia. Just go IRL Instagram: A Fujifilm Instax Mini 50S instant camera. It's like a Polaroid, but better. In Wirecutter's assessment of instant cameras, Fujifilm's Instax cameras are the best ones you can buy.

    While Wirecutter recommends the Instax 210 because of its larger film format and high image quality, I think the best route to go for most people is the Instax Mini 50S: The Instax mini cameras are way, way more compact — small enough to be everyday cameras, unlike the bulky 210 — and the 50S is the nicest of the minis, with more advanced features than the 25 or 7S. And I love that the photos they produce, using Fujifilm's Instax mini film, are roughly the size of credit cards, which seems to hew even closer to the spirit of mobile photography than the 210's twice-as-large Instax Wide format photos.

    The 50S runs around $100, and 10 packs of Instax film are about $15. Which is pricey, at over a dollar a shot. But just think of how cooooool everyone you take a picture of will look. That kind of cool isn't cheap; it just looks that way.


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    X-ray artist Hugh Tuvey took radiographed pictures of wrapped up Christmas packages. Here are the results.

    Source: visualnews.com

    Source: visualnews.com

    Source: visualnews.com

    Source: visualnews.com


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    The Knicks embarrassed their Brooklyn rivals tonight in Madison Square Garden. Maybe the Nets should've tried to sign Jeremy Lin?

    The Nets lost to the Knicks tonight 100-86, but it didn't even feel that close — the Knicks just killed the Nets across the board, taking a 2-1 lead in the season series. If you want a quick representation of how the game felt for the Nets, look no further than these two GIFs.

    First, we have star center Brook Lopez airballing a barely contested hook shot from the paint.

    First, we have star center Brook Lopez airballing a barely contested hook shot from the paint.

    Second, we have small forward Gerald Wallace, one of the Nets' most tenacious and well-rounded players, spinning into the paint and... airballing a one-handed put.

    Second, we have small forward Gerald Wallace, one of the Nets' most tenacious and well-rounded players, spinning into the paint and... airballing a one-handed put.

    You can see Wallace grimace at the end of the GIF. Understandable, because that shot was really, really bad.

    Things got so rough that the MSG crowd taunted the Nets with their own signature cheer. You can hear it below: "Brooooklyn, Broooooklyn."

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    Kanga was abandoned in a field. He has no idea he is different from other dogs and was in the shelter for 8 months until…

    Special thanks to Golden Retriever Club of Greater Los Angeles Rescue

    Source: grcglarescue.org  /  via: facebook.com


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    I'm on the squash bandwagon now.

    THIS. IS. SQUAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAASH.

    THIS. IS. SQUAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAASH.

    World Squash TV has a video promoting a bid to get squash included in the Olympics, and frankly, it is thrilling. The video is narrated by two international squash champions and SUPERSTARS:

    Ramy Ashour of Egypt;

    Ramy Ashour of Egypt;

    and Nicol David of Malaysia.

    and Nicol David of Malaysia.


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    Theory: video game glitches are actually demons from an unseen underworld, where nothing clips properly, you can never quite jump high enough, and the physics make absolutely no sense. Think about it.

    This is exceptionally well done, from Corridor Digital.


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    On Wednesday night, Miss USA was crowned the new Miss Universe, beating out 88 other women.

    Miss USA finds out she is one of the final 16 contestants.

    Miss USA finds out she is one of the final 16 contestants.

    Image by Julie Jacobson / AP

    Miss Mexico is named a finalist.

    Miss Mexico is named a finalist.

    Image by Julie Jacobson / AP

    Miss Venezuela reacts with a little skip as she is named a finalist!

    Miss Venezuela reacts with a little skip as she is named a finalist!

    Image by Julie Jacobson / AP

    Eventually the contest is narrowed down to five finalists...

    Eventually the contest is narrowed down to five finalists...

    Image by Julie Jacobson / AP


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    I mean, sure, why not?

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    The hover board wins every time. An awesome video compilation from Eclectic Method .

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    A video captures all those times (good, bad, chilling and inspiring) that united us this past year.


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    His album Pluto 3D blurs the line between club bangers and heart-crushing, hyperemotional confessionals.

    Image by Earl Gibson III / Getty Images

    Future’s Pluto 3D is one of the year’s best rap albums, which is kind of a weird thing to say since he barely raps on it. But that’s the thing: He doesn’t have to. The album is the logical continuation of Future’s appearance on YG’s “Racks”, so it’s full of Auto-Tuned hooks and pop-oriented spins on Atlanta’s Bricksquad sound. But Pluto builds artistically on the sound as well. Future’s no longer comparable to T-Pain, the gold-and-sequin-covered elephant in the room when it comes to Auto-Tune. He’s still making radio-oriented rap, but throughout, it has a melancholy, almost tragic undertone. Even at his most boisterous, Future veers closer to Kanye’s sad robot 808s and Heartbreak territory. But that’s not exactly right either. Because, for all its sci-fi futurism, Pluto doesn’t have the cold and clinical aesthetic detachment of Kanye. You can picture Kanye in the lab, turning himself into the saddest sad robot when he made 808s. In Future’s case, he’s more like a sorry scientist attempting to build the perfect party bot.

    Future crafts raucous anthems about money, cash, and hoes that sound as earnest and pained as Michael Bolton’s ballads. His ballads, as it were, are frenetic and propulsive. There’s a song on the album called “You Deserve It,” which I had to listen to about five or six times to figure out whether the titular “deserve” was an admonition or braggadocio. (It’s the latter.) The emotional plumb line on Pluto 3D is as screwed and wavy as Future’s Auto-Tuned voice. It’s as if Future’s goal was to destroy your expectations for what sort of messaging and feeling you can draw out of rap tropes. The centerpiece love songs — “Astronaut Chick,” “Neva End,” “Turn on the Lights” — go as hard as the bangers, and the bangers reach a Bacchic frenzy that culminates in the sort of emotional climax you’d normally associate with the sublime.

    The album’s production provides much of its emotional thrust. Future has an impeccable ear for beats, tapping some great Atlanta production talent like Sonny Digital, Will A Fool, and the estimable Mike Will. Every song sounds like it’s coated in stardust, but they never simper. The album has a hard, ratchet backbone that’s responsible for its propulsion.


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