‘Chevy Guy’ Wins World Series of Awkwardness

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Did you watch the final game of the World Series? No? Well, aside from know that the San Francisco Giants beats the Royals 3-2 in game 7, this video is all you need to see.

Rikk Wilde is a Chevrolet representative who was tasked with presenting the World Series MVP trophy to Madison Bumgarner. And to talk about… "technology and stuff."

Crash Test Dummies Getting Fatter Thanks to ‘Murica

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Crash Test Dummies Getting Fatter Thanks to ‘Murica
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Well it's official, we have a reached a new low in America's obesity epidemic.

Humanetics, the Michigan-based company that manufactures crash test dummies, will now be making fatter 270-pound models to better reflect the current population, compared to the previous 167 pound versions which were created in the '80s.

"The dummy is a little taller because the population is now taller — but to be frank, it's all in the butt, thighs and midsection because that's where the weight gain has occurred," said Humanetics CEO Chris O'Connor.

Good job 'Murica!

Photo of the Day: Squirrel Tries to Steal Pumpkin?

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Photo of the Day: Squirrel Tries to Steal Pumpkin?
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British photographer Max Ellis tricks squirrels into posing and interacting with various props by encouraging them with carefully placed treats.

Leaked Clip From Marvel's Age of Ultron Hints at Civil War

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Captain America: Civil War in which Tony Stark and Steve Rogers go head to head for the rights of superheroes is set for May 6th, 2016, but they may get started a year early in Avengers: Age of Ultron.

Links of the Day: What You Might Have Missed

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Links of the Day: What You Might Have Missed
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Name Calling of the Day: Someone at the White House Called Israel's Prime Minister "Chickens*it" [The Atlantic]

Nurse Who Doesn't Have Ebola Takes Bikeride, World Watches [NYT]

South Park Imagines a Future Filled With Drones [South Park Studios]

How NOT to Decorate Your Lawn for Halloween [WZTV]

This is What T-Pain Sounds Like Without Auto-Tune

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T-Pain, the musician who popularized auto-tune to the extent where he even had his own iPhone app for it, is now showing the world in a concert for NPR, that he can in fact sing without the help of technology.

"People felt like I was using it to sound good," T-Pain told NPR. "But I was just using it to sound different."

Based on this performance, he should probably ditch the auto-tune more often.