Graffiti Artist May Have Been Done In By Pumpkin

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That'll Do, Pig: Neil's Not A Hog After All

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What Employees Will Say To Get A Sick Day

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New Venezuelan Ministry Focuses On 'Supreme Social Happiness'

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Row Over Stilton Could Cause A Stink

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Norwegian Town Uses Mirrors To Try To Come Into The Light

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Collector's Rare $10 Bill Could Be Worth $500,000

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Geene Courtney models a scarf, skirt, bracelets and a crown made from hot dogs, frankfurters and kielbasa in her role as Queen of National Hot Dog Week, circa 1955. Hulton Archive/Getty Images hide caption

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Man Goes Deer Hunting In Wal-Mart Parking Lot

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Vincent Schaefer, one of the General Electric scientists who worked on Project Cirrus in the 1940s, makes snow in the lab using dry ice. General Electric hide caption

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Scary Halloween Display Prompts Police To Get Involved

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How Did The Chicken Cross The Road? In Style

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DIY Halloween Hacks

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