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Top Books Of 2012

Smolder by Stephenie Meyer: Meyer reprises her Twilight-series success with this book: 283 pages of variations on the phrase “smoldering vampire eyes” Proof Of Heaven by Eben Alexander III: Following a near-death experien...

Top TV Shows Of 2012

The Big Bang Theory: This sitcom about a group of scientist friends earned strong ratings as Americans were way too lazy to change the channel every single time it came on TV Breaking Bad: Viewers couldn’t get enough of Walter’s...

Top Movies Of 2012

Men In Black 3: The third installment in the popular franchise answers the question “What would happen if there was a third Men In Black movie?” What To Expect When You’re Expecting: Cameron Diaz discovers the cat f...

Top Movies Of 2012

Men In Black 3: The third installment in the popular franchise answers the question “What would happen if there was a third Men In Black movie?” What To Expect When You’re Expecting: Cameron Diaz discovers the cat f...

The Onion's Other Top Newsmakers Of 2012

Greg Ogletree: The Man Inside The Mars Rover NASA employee Greg Ogletree, the man seated inside the Mars rover Curiosity, inspired the nation this year when he successfully touched down on the Red Planet and began driving the vehicle across its surface. ...

Casual Fan Ready To Introduce NFL To His Parents

HAZEL PARK, MI—Claiming that this season has been pretty entertaining, casual football fan Reggie Butler, 29, told reporters Sunday that he was ready to introduce his parents to the NFL, predicting that his mother and father would probably enjoy all...
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