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The Usual And Unusual Celebrity Suspects

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Janis Joplin, Judge Reinhold and Suzanne Somers? Take a look at these celebrity mug shots — the good, the bad and the ugly.

Jane Fonda


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True, the haircut is a bit Carol Brady but Fonda’s makeup is impeccable. Take away the number plate and you’d never know this was a mug shot taken when she was arrested for kicking a police officer in November 1970 in Cleveland for having a lot of pills in her possession.

Suzanne Somers


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Her volumized hair and winged out eyeliner are so chic. They’d look just as good in a mug shot today as they did in 1970 when she was arrested for writing bad checks.

Paris Hilton

Paris Hilton
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Proof that Hilton was ahead of the braid trend: her mug shot from 2010, when she was arrested for cocaine possession.

Janis Joplin

Janis Joplin
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Love the natural waves and the maxi dress; perfectly hippy-chic for this mug shot, taken after the singer was arrested for disorderly conduct.

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The End of An Era: 20 Best Saturday Morning Cartoons Of All Time

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It’s the end of an era, and the Saturday Morning Cartoon phenomenon is unfortunately officially dead.  Shedding some light on this occasion, our top 20 Saturday morning cartoons list will make you look back and remember what it was like to wake up early every Saturday morning with your cereal and orange juice, kicking it back on the good old living room couch and tuning into these cartoons at their scheduled times. Without further adieux, here is our list of the best Saturday Morning Cartoons ever.

Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!


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Scooby Doo is a Great Dane who joins four California high school students (Fred, Daphne, Velma and Shaggy) on many quests to solve strange mysteries. Each mystery is current and unusual and involves the group stopping someone from wreaking certain havoc on the world.

Looney Tunes


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Originally named after Walt Disney’s then-concurrent musical series Silly Symphonies, Looney Tunes initially showcased Warner-owned musical compositions through the adventures of cartoon characters such as Bosko and Buddy. Later, following the animation studio’s addition…

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Do You Remember Stuckey’s? Here’s A Look Inside Our Favorite Road Trip Stop

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If your family ever took one of those summer road-trip vacations, you likely encountered Stuckey’s somewhere along your route. An oasis for highway travelers of any sort, Stuckey’s offered a place to rest, gas up, or have a 99-cent breakfast. If you had a sweet tooth, they had plenty of their famous pecan rolls on hand. If you needed a quick souvenir, they offered a wall-to-wall assortment of trinkets, from rattlesnake earrings to coffee mugs, Mexican rugs to t-shirts. Stuckey’s was a welcome sight to many a weary family.

To whom do we owe our thanks? That would be W.S. Stuckey, a traveling pecan salesman from Georgia. In the 30s, both his business and America’s roadway system were flourishing and the entrepreneur sensed opportunity. He opened his first roadside stand in 1936, along a well-traveled route in Eastman, Georgia. He wanted to sell something other than raw pecans, so his wife whipped up a batch of her delicious pecan log rolls. A year later, he had to replace his stand with a full-sized store to help meet the demand. Soon after, a restaurant was added.

The time was right to expand, and Stuckey’s began dotting the landscape, in Georgia and beyond. The sugar shortages of WWII put a damper on business in the 40s, but the company bounced back, and then some, once the war was over. Franchises began popping up all across the country, now paired with Texaco which made them a one-stop shop along the highway. By the time the 60s rolled around, there were over 350 Stuckey’s scattered across the country.

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Guess The Grown Up Child Celebrity?

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Ten More Random Unknowns Of The Things We Use Daily

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A compilation of some of the secret and hidden features on items we use on a day to day basis.
Bet you didn’t know why there’s a little hole on airplane windows. Or what things you can do with a soda bottle that you probably never knew?

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#1668 – 1992: The wild, wild P*lace

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