Keep Your Head Above Water
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IgNobel Prizes Salute The Silly In Science
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Singer-Songwriter Rosanne Cash Plays Not My Job
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'Style Rookie' Tavi Gevinson Plays Not My Job
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Actor Jason Bateman Plays Not My Job
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Primatologist Jane Goodall Plays Not My Job
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Actor Henry Winkler Plays Not My Job
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A Broken Record, And Other Sounds Kids Don't Know
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When you sit down to play Risk: Legacy, you're not starting from scratch — the game refers back to previous matches. Hasbro game designer Rob Daviau says the new version of Risk plays around "with the assumptions of what a board game should and shouldn't be." Hasbro hide caption

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New 'Risk' Game Remembers Where You Left Off
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Where In The Blanks Are The Answers?
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Comedian Marc Maron Plays Not My Job
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'Batman' Video Game Aims To Get More Of Your Cash
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