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Obese Dachshund Sheds 50 Pounds, Poses For Hot Dog Calendar

Obese Dachshund Sheds 50 Pounds, Poses For Hot Dog Calendar

This pup underwent quite the transformation.

Obie the dachshund, from Portland, Oregon, first made headlines in 2012 when he weighed a startling 77 pounds and his new owner set out on a quest to help him lose more than half of that. Nora Vanatta, a certified veterinary technician who rescued him from his previous owners, put him on a strict diet and exercise regimen. It worked and Obie now clocks in at a healthy 23 pounds. To celebrate, Vanetta has released a 2015 calendar chronicling the pup’s journey. Read more on Huffington Post Weird News…

Robin Williams’ Son Zac Speaks In New People Interview

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Robin Williams is featured on the cover of the latest issue of “People” magazine. This week’s issue centers around the late actor and comedian’s son Zak in a new interview. Williams took his own life on August 11, 2014 after it was revealed that he was battling cancer as well as Parkinson’s Disease.

It’s been four months since the legendary actor committed suicide and for his children, it still stings. Robin’s oldest son Zak said, “I miss him all the time. Often I see something or if I’m watching a film, I think, ‘Oh man, he would have appreciated this’ or ‘He would have gotten a laugh out of this.’” Read more on Celeb Dirty Laundry…

Sony Hackers’ “Christmas Gift”: An Eerie 9/11 Threat

Sony Hackers "Christmas Gift": An Eerie 9/11 Threat

The so-called Guardians of Peace have apparently released the beginning of their promised and also so-called “Christmas gift,” and it consists of the personal emails of Sony Entertainment CEO Michael Lynton and a dark threat for anyone with plans to go see the Christmas release of The Interview. Read more on Newser…

15 Awesome Board Games You Should Gift For The Holidays

15 Awesome Board Games You Should Gift For The Holidays

With the holidays approaching, families and friends all around the world will be congregating in houses, apartments and cabins to eat, drink, and be merry. Inevitably, they’ll make their way to the living room and play a board game. Unfortunately, most of them will be playing things like MonopolyClue and Risk, but, even apart from the fact that they celebrate unfettered greed, murder and warfare, take it from a games scholar — these games are actually terrible. The fact is, there are much better and more enjoyable board games being produced every year that are actually worth your time and money — you’ve just never heard of them yet. Read more on Ask Men…

4 Stupid Ways Everyone Deals With Breakups

4 Stupid Ways Everyone Deals With Breakups

Ahh, l’amour. Or, as the French call it, “le humpy jumpy.” It’s a funny thing us humans do to each other, getting all stupid in love with one another, touching tongues, watching Jennifer Aniston films, and feeling this intense longing for the presence of someone else in a way that curiously wanes over time and sometimes even turns into resentment. But the reasons for how and why we love are not important for us just now, no, we’re going to focus on what happens when that love is gone and we’re all mopey and shitty and depressed. Read more on Cracked…

5 Studies That Prove Racism Is Still Way Worse Than We Think

5 Studies That Prove Racism Is Still Way Worse Than We Think

There is a bitter debate over racism these days — specifically, whether or not it still exists in a way that actually matters. The argument against goes something like, “Sure, there are neo-Nazis and KKK and YouTube comment sections out there, but we’ve got a black president, for Christ’s sake! Racism has been banished to the craziest fringes of society.”

But science says that’s just not true — the prejudice persists, we’re just less aware of it, and there’s tons of proof that we’ll get into starting … now. Read more on Cracked…

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