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Danny Gallagher is a freelance writer, reporter, humorist and all around nice guy living in Texas who is a regular contributor to TheFW and has also contributed features, essays and stories to Maxim, GameTrailers, Aol, TruTV's "Dumb As a Blog," Cracked, Mental Floss, CBS' "Mancave Daily and Spike. He also likes puppies and cookies. He can be found on the web at www.dannygallagher.net and on Twitter @thisisdannyg.
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15 Signs You and Your Neighbor Are the Modern Day Hatfields and McCoys

The History Channel mini-series 'Hatfields & McCoys' brings back two of the darkest and bloodiest families in American history, which is pretty bad considering that list also includes the Trumps and anyone who went hunting with Dick Cheney.

Still, there must be another reincarnation of these two feuding families someone out there in suburbia. We've all harbored grudges against our neighbor at one point or another. Here’s how to tell if you are 

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Category: Humor, Lists, TV
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Do We Really Need Band-Aids with Augmented Reality?

Devices like the iPhone and the iPad have done some amazing things for society. They have given us portable computers we can access from just about anywhere. They allow us to check our stocks, review bank accounts and pay bills all at once.

But on the other hand, not all of its uses are very productive, or useful, or even make any sense. Take, for instance, the latest innovation in bandage-related augmented reality. As in you point your phone at the bandage, and it plays you a little cartoon.

Really.

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Science May Help Bring Us One Step Closer to Communicating with Dolphins

Legend has it that humans and dolphins have long possessed some unspoken kinship. And now, we may be very close to actually being able to communicate with them.

Scientists are unveiling new findings at the Acoustical Society of America meeting in Hong Kong that could help them develop a special speaker that can take the cries and shrieks of dolphins and translate them into our human languages.

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Category: Amazing, Animals
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Bill Murray Offers a Tipsy Tour of the ‘Moonrise Kingdom’ Set

We can't imagine what it must be like to be Bill Murray. The man bleeds "awesome," even with 'Garfield' on his resume.

The legendary movie star gave a set tour on YouTube of his new film 'Moonrise Kingdom,' directed by his pal Wes Anderson who he also worked with on 'The Life Aquatic,' 'The Royal Tenenbaums' and 'Rushmore.'

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13 Ways ‘House’ Should Have Ended

'House,' the adventures of the TV doctor with the worst bedside manner, came to an end after eight seasons last night. (Finally, Dr. Phil can reclaim his title of TV's least likable doc.)

Of course, like all TV finales that attempt to close the book on a long-running series of stories and (presumably) beloved characters, there were more than a few surprises in how they brought the show to its inevitable conclusion. Here's what we think should have happened. 

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The 10 Grossest Things People Found in Their Food

Last week, a kid in Michigan ordered a roast beef sandwich from a local Arby’s and got the surprise of his life when he took a big bite out of it and discovered a piece of a human finger bouncing around his mouth.

The truly horrifying fact is that it’s far from the first time this kind of thing has happened. Here are some other equally disgusting things that have been found in restaurant food or even brand name foods that could be sitting on a store shelf or a kitchen near you.

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Oldest Woman to Scale Mount Everest Scales Mount Everest Again

You can't keep a good woman down. Apparently, neither can the mighty Mount Everest.

Tamae Watanabe, 73, of Japan broke the world record by becoming the oldest woman in history to climb the world's highest mountain. She decided that breaking the world record once wasn't good enough for her. So she climbed it again.

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