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What's That (Vowel) Sound?

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Not My Job: Consultant James Carville Gets Quizzed On Couples

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Mind Your Ps And Qs

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Play The Blame Game

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Not My Job: Comedian Jeff Garlin Gets Quizzed On The IgNobels

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A close view of the packaging of Grand Theft Auto V at the midnight opening at the HMV music store in London on Tuesday. It made history with a record $800 million in sales on its first day. This version continues to generate controversy over its glorification of violence, drugs and its demeaning portraits of women. Leon Neal/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Female Fans Love New Grand Theft Auto Despite Demeaning Content

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Host Ophira Eisenberg plays to the crowd at The Bell House. Steve McFarland/NPR hide caption

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Carlos Mesquita (left) and Filipe Preto invented Vem aí a Troika (Here Comes the Troika), a satirical card game that pokes fun at Portugal's economic crisis and its creditors. Lauren Frayer hide caption

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With A Card Game, The Portuguese Get Back At Their Creditors

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Not My Job: Writer Mark Leibovich Gets Quizzed On Louis XIV

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The Last Film I'd Want To See

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"I don't want a waiter to lecture me, and have to explain to me how to eat something. It's like, 'Dude, stop.'" Bon Appétit magazine editor-in-chief Adam Rapoport. Courtesy of Adam Rapoport hide caption

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Adam Rapoport: Good Eggs, Bad Apples

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