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Via: Chicago Tribune
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Jay Jones of the Chicago Tribune lucked into finding what could be the secret recipe of "11 Herbs and Spices" that make up Kentucky Fried Chicken. What do you think, could this be the real deal:

Apparently white pepper was super rare back in Kentucky in the 50's, so that was a HUGE secret back then.

Who knew anything white was kept a secret in Appalachia?

If you try it, let us know how it compares to the real thing.

Via: TheLogical Lowdown
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This Youtuber found a hidden feature in the extras of Prison Architect that allows you to wander through your prison creation in 3D. One of the developers of Prison Architect commented on how long it took to make the discovery.

via @IcepickInTheory

Hey, that's much better than the 23 years it took to find the secret menus in Mortal Kombat

Via: YourMKArcadeSource
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Access to secret menus sometimes called Ed Boon or EJB menus (after co-creator Ed Boon) have finally been found. It only took 23 years... 

This wasn't discovered in the past two days, as the man in the video says, but they were still found very recently. According to Eurogamer these menus were found late last year by the folks at a website called The Cutting Room Floor as they looked through the classic game's code. 

According to the video description, anyone can access this special menu on Mortak Kombat 1, 2 and 3 using these instructions:

The code is P1 Block (x times) then P2 Block (x times) then P1 Block (x times) etc...


P1 (5), P2 (10), P1 (2), P2 (1), P1 (2), P2 (3), P1 (4)


P1 (5), P2 (10), P1 (2), P2 (8), P1 (2)


P1 (5), P2 (10), P1 (3), P2 (1), P1 (2), P2 (2), P1 (3), P2 (4)

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Just a few weeks ago, Jerry Seinfeld, Jason Alexander, and Larry David were all spotted hanging around the restaurant made famous by their award winning sitcom. Originally said to be a location for Jerry's web series, he recently (and vaguely) revealed that this secret project will be a Seinfeld reunion of sorts.

After giving an extremely vague interview to WFAN's "Boomer & Carton" show, producer Al Dukes pressed Jerry further which suggested the possibility of this reunion project to air sometime during the Super Bowl.

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