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  1. The Con Gone By: Check Out the Little Baby Beginnings of San Diego Comic-Con

    The little con that made it big.

    We all know San Diego Comic-Con, right? That giant, sprawling event that draws masses of fans and creators to a single city for a single weekend every year. The one with the exclusive trailers and exclusive toys. The one where badges sell out and hotels fill up faster than you can say Allons-y! Would you believe it was once just a small affair?

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  2. Things We Saw Today: Why Did Nobody Tell Me There Are Official Pacific Rim Bomber Jackets?

    WANT.

    And at $184.99, I can totally afford one! If I don't buy food for a month. That's feasible, right? The official Legendary site has Gipsy Danger, Crimson Typhoon, Cherno Alpha, and Striker Eureka.

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  3. How Do They Get the Caffeine out of Decaf Coffee Beans? Your Coffee Questions Answered

    Still leaving the most important question: why?

    While the rest of you were taking the day off, Mental Floss debuted a new video series today called The Big Question. In its first episode, Craig Benzine explains how decaf coffee is made despite the difficulty inherent with the caffeine being part of coffee beans. Sadly, he never answers the bigger question of why anyone would ever drink decaf.

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  4. Update: Sex Geckos on Russian Space Satellite All Reported Dead

    This isn't very sexy at all.

    If you, like us, have been gleefully following the story of the fornicating gecko-filled satellite that briefly lost contact with Earth a few months ago, then we've got bad news for you: According to Roskosmos space agency, all the geckos on the satellite have gone to that big lizard orgy in the sky.

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  5. Three-Minute Video Shows 500 Years of Women in Art

    Oh, silly me, I didn't realize men could only paint Madonnas!

    I expected this video to awe me with the evolving ways in which women have been depicted in classical art, but to my admittedly very untrained eye, not much seems to have changed over half a millennium. As Jezebel points out, it's just pretty white woman after pretty white woman here—aside from forehead proportions, not much seems to have changed.

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  6. Marvel’s EIC Apologizes For Any “Mixed Messaging” That Spider-Woman Butt Cover Might Have Caused

    We can't imagine what those mixed messages might have been.

    So, you might have heard that Marvel is releasing Spider-Women #1 in November. You may also have heard that the first issue will have a variant cover by Milo Manara which is, to say the absolute very least about it, precariously bootylicious. We (and many other people) were pretty upset about it - and Marvel is finally speaking out.

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  7. Dorkly Reminds Us Why Hufflepuff Is Puffin’ Awesome

    Not that I needed a reminder. 'Puff Pride!

    Dorkly asks: What would Harry Potter's life have been like if he'd been sorted into the other Hogwarts (and one non-Hogwarts) houses? Aside from having a lot more tonsil hockey. Also, because it's a holiday weekend where not much is happening, and I'm curious: What Hogwarts houses do you guys belong to? Can be self-identified or Pottermore, I don't care. As you may be able to guess from the headline, I'm Hufflepuff—or, as I saw it described on Tumblr one time, "the world's friendliest mafia."

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  8. Check Out The New Promos For Agents of SHIELD Season 2

    Ohhhh, Lola.

    Season two of Marvel's Agents of SHIELD is on its way, and while these promos don't seem to have any of the awesome guest stars we know are on the way, they do have Melinda May kicking ass and Phil Coulson being awesome. We'll take it!

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  9. Large-Scale Hack Lands Stolen Nude Photos Of Jennifer Lawrence & Other Celebrities Online

    The internet is a cesspool, but at least we'll always have cat videos.

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  10. Study Says Social Media Is Making Us Unhappy and Distrustful

    I bet they just want the publicity, though.

    The written word has a lot of drawbacks in missing out on tone and intention, which makes it soooo easy to pick up on stuff like sarcasm, you guys. On the Internet, it also has the drawback of trolling, and it turns out these problems seem to be causing social media to make people miserable.

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