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10 Sound Pieces of Life Advice From R2-D2

Image: Flickr, Gordon Tarpley R2-D2 may be known for his many gadgets and skills, but we don’t give the droid enough credit. Sure, he’s loud and clunky, but Artoo’s communication skills have been overshadowed by C-3PO’s ability to speak fluently in so many forms. But he’s so much more than that. Regardless, R2-D2’s vast knowledge […]

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Investment Advice for the Child in Every Adult

Having to deal with the harsh realities of life — such as debt, budgets and the 9-to-5 slog — can often feel like the nail in the coffin of your childhood dreams. But just because you’re an adult doesn’t mean you can’t apply fairytale principles to your grown-up problems. In this comic, Grant Snider of […]

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Clark Kent on the Demise of Newspapers

Investigative reporting just isn’t what it used to be. Blame it on Twitter. Comic written by Larry Lambert, illustrated by Jerry King. More Comics From Jerry King Don’t Invite FBI Agents to the Summer BBQ Unfortunately, FBI agents have a hard time distinguishing between types of grilling. Comic written by Larry Lambert Tarzan and Vine […]

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These 22 Parents Are So Pumped That School Is Finally Back In Session

googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘VN_PG_DTBT_ATF’); }); All school year long, kids everywhere anticipate the last day of classes. Parents, on the other hand, couldn’t be less thrilled. It’s officially back-to-school time and all across the country you can hear the ceremonious clinking of wine glasses. As if being a parent wasn’t hard enough during the school year, […]

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23 Times Neil DeGrasse Tyson Was So Sassy It Hurt

Astrophysicist with attitude. 1. On the end of the world: In 5-billion years the Sun will expand & engulf our orbit as the charred ember that was once Earth vaporizes. Have a nice day — neiltyson (@Neil deGrasse Tyson) 2. On measuring the length of blood vessels: Just an FYI: If you removed all veins, […]

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I’d Rather Have One Good Friend Than 100 Sh*tty Ones

Tumblr At some point — I think it begins in elementary school and is largely exacerbated in middle school (when you’re desperately trying to score those Bar Mitzvah invitations) — we start collecting friends like Pokémon cards (the special-edition kind that talk behind your back). A few years and a few dozen friends later, you […]

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