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Debunked Myth of the Day: So, was Ice Cube's "good day" Jan. 20th, 1992, as Donovan Strain's research indicates, or Nov. 30th, 1988, as a rival theory suggests? If you ask the man himself, he'll say both. And neither.

Moviefone recently spoke with the Are We There Yet? star

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About That Gulf Of America Bill of the Day: It seems we're slowly inching towards a time in American politics when only bills introduced as overt attempts at attention-getting will get any attention.

Following in the footsteps of state Sen. Janet Howell of Virginia and state Sen. Constance Johnson of

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I, For One, Etc. of the Day: 50-foot spider caught on camera attacking NASA's Space Shuttle Atlantis.

As for the spider-swallowing myth? False.

[reddit.]

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This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things of the Day: The Smoking Gun goes two-for-two this week with myth debunking.

First, the site pointed out the (fairly obvious) weaknesses in the viral "sh*tty tattoo" story (namely that everything in it was fake). Now, with a bit of sleuthing, it discovered that "Bennett" -- the wannabe gangstar of overnight-sensation site "

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Learn 2 Skepticism of the Day: This is not Dr. Dre. This clip is from a TV show called Child's Play that first aired in 1982 -- when Dre was 17 years old.

Still funny, tho.

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