Debunked Myth of the Day

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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

About That Gulf Of America Bill of the Day

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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

I, For One, Etc. of the Day

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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.]

This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things of the Day

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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 "

Learn 2 Skepticism of the Day

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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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