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The idea of a "traditional" circus may seem weird, but over the years we've certainly seen innovation within the industry. Not all circuses rely on clowns and elephants to keep their offbeat audiences intrigued.
Anything called an error can't be good. But if it doesn't directly affect the score of a game, then why does it even exist? And how do you make one?
Despite its simple setup — a few posts and several discs that form a pyramid — the game known as Towers of Hanoi can be hard to solve without the right solution.
Just in case you think there's a group of folks who get paid to wander movie sets while clutching dolls, let us set you straight. Dolly grip is one of the most demanding film jobs out there.
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Between sports practices, computers and televisions, old-fashioned family time doesn't always happen every day. Here are some great ideas to get the family off the couch and spending time with each other.
Whether the bad guy is a blood-crazed carrot-man or an identity-stealing shape-shifter, The Thing is a cultural icon that just won't die. How much do you know about this classic 1950s sci-fi flick and the two films it spawned?