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Cautionary Tale of the Day: Long story short, some punk stole threewords.me creator Mark Bao's laptop a couple months back.

This past Friday, Bao managed to access his lifted laptop's browser history remotely. He stumbled on some Photo Booth photos the perp snapped of himself, to which Bao quipped on Twitter: "Wo

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Steven Seagal Supercut of the Day: It's well-established that Steven Seagal has broken more than his share of bones during his illustrious bone-breaking career, but just how many bones has Steven Seagal broken? FilmDrunk's Oliver Noble investigates.

inb4 I find this humerus.

[filmdrunk.]

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Things That Are Real of the Day: If you must believe in something, believe in Pole Fitness for Jesus.

[stoollala.]

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Web Series of the Day: Mikala Bierma is a bit disappointed that her gay best friend Tyler Coates isn't as sassy as advertised.

Two more below:

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Supercut of the Day: Cast members of The Secret Life of the American Teenagera caught playing the Super Troopers' Cat Game with the word "sex."

[hyst.]

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Badger Song of the Day: 8 years after the original Badger Song burrowed its way into the inner recesses of your brain, Jonti "Weebl" Picking returns to the scene of the crime with an unnecessarily necessary dubstep update to the infamous flash cartoon that started it all.

[b3ta.]

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First Look of the Day: Happiness Is a Warm Blanket, Charlie Brown -- the first Peanuts special since the passing of legendary Peanuts producer/director/animator/voice actor Bill Melendez -- will be released on DVD next Tuesday.

The 44-minute special is based on Peanuts strips written by creator Charles Schulz in the 196

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