Suprisingly Badass Fact About the Potato

Suprisingly Badass Fact About the Potato

"Greetings, fellows! 'Tis I, your illustrous friend, Sir Potato!"

For everyone who missed the memo, August 19th is national potato day, before you go off and Google it, no, we’re not making that up.

Although most people see ground apples as dirty clumps of starch so unappealing to the human palette they can only sneak into our diet wearing a shiny plastic disguises or fried overcoats, they’re badass as all hell.

Don’t believe us? Well did you know that … (more…

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20 Albums Every Christian Teen Owned In The ’90s

20 Albums Every Christian Teen Owned In The ’90s • by @RobFee

Two things they didn't have in the '90s: Those headphones. (credit: Thinkstock)

I grew up in the ’90s and a big chunk of that was spent listening to Christian music since I grew up in a religious home. I find every day that, while I felt like the minority, so many people also grew up listening to the same albums as me. While some artists were much better than others, there was some surprisingly good music. Here are 20 albums every Christian teen owned in the ’90s.

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Personally, we wouldn’t have it any other way. 

Personally, we wouldn’t have it any other way. 

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3 Moments When Pro Wrestling Got Real (Part 3)

3 Moments When Pro Wrestling Got Real (Part 3)

What good can come of a middle-aged man wrestling a teenager?

In pro wrestling, if things are done according to the script, it’s known as a “work.” When a wrestler goes off-script and/or goes into business for themselves, it’s known as a “shoot.” Shoots can happen either in a match or even in an interview, and they can happen for any number of reasons. Sometimes a shoot is justified; other times, someone just wants to be a dick. Either way, the shooter…

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Death Becomes Her in ‘Red Hood and the Outlaws’ #34

Death Becomes Her in ‘Red Hood and the Outlaws’ #34

Well, we figured out how we want to die.

Red Hood and the Outlaws has never suffered a lack of quality artists but this issue is downright resplendent in its pulchritude. Every component of the art: layout, linework, figurework, shading…the inks, the colors…DC should stick this art team on a big event and watch the sales roar.

Seriously, that is a piece of advice we are stopping the preview to give you, the DC Comics folks.

Okay, so…

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Common ancestor!

Common ancestor!

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