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The ‘bionic men’ of World War I

July 1, 2014 |

Thomas Schlich says the mutilation — and survival — of soldiers in WWI led to major gains in the technology of prosthetic limbs, producing the forerunners of our modern prosthetic designs. – World


‘Men of the Strip’ Star — Nate Estimada Dealing With Depression Before Suicide Plunge

June 23, 2014 |

Nate Estimada — the “Men of the Strip” star who committed suicide Wednesday — had been suffering from depression before he drove off a cliff … TMZ has learned.Multiple sources tell us it was clear something was wrong with Estimada during his…


Nate Estimada Dead — ‘Men of the Strip’ Star Dies After Suicide Plunge

June 21, 2014 |

Nate Estimada — one of the stars of the male revue “Men of the Strip” — committed suicide Wednesday by driving his car off a cliff … law enforcement sources tell TMZ.Our sources say the 24-year old Estimada drove his Mustang in a mountainous…

If The NHL Was Narrated (Badly) By British Men…

June 9, 2014 |

“Mary Poppins, look how small the goals are — the size of a matchbox, guarded by an overzealous beekeeper!”

After reading that, what would you think was going on here?

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Chuck Lorre jokes ‘Mom’ is a chance ‘to apologize’ for ‘Two and a Half Men’

June 3, 2014 |
“Two and a Half Men” may be a hit sitcom, but not everyone is a fan of the raunchy humor or former star Charlie Sheen. And now, creator Chuck Lorre is apologizing for unleashing the CBS comedy on the masses. Well, sort of.

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Jon Hamm moves from ‘Mad Men’ pitches to baseball pitches

May 14, 2014 |
Jon Hamm’s handsome face is a TV staple, as he won a Golden Globe for his breakthrough role as Don Draper on AMC’s “Mad Men.” And while he’s appeared in movies — “Bridesmaids,” “Friends With Kids” and “The Town” among them — it’s that small-screen persona for which he’s best known.

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‘Mad Men’ Review: Everyone’s Out Of Place In ‘The Runaways’

May 12, 2014 |

Don’t read on unless you have seen “The Runaways,” the fifth episode of “Mad Men’s” final season.

“This is the best place to be right now.” — Megan

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‘Mad Men’ Review: All In ‘A Day’s Work’ For Don

April 21, 2014 |

Do not read on unless you have seen “A Day’s Work,” Sunday’s Season 7 episode of “Mad Men.”

Some wounds are so deep that they never go away, and you have to re-learn to how to accept them and maneuver around them again and again.

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‘Mad Men’ Ad Scan: An Legendary Creative Director Dissects Freddy Rumsen’s Accutron Spot

April 16, 2014 |

VideoFor all its existential trappings, Mad Men is ultimately a workplace drama about mid-level ad agency.  And that’s the one thing that Don Draper and Friends are good: creating compelling spots To see how this year’s ads, and adaptations of vintage ads, would hold up under real ad agency scrutiny, we […]
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‘Mad Men’ season premiere answers (most) burning questions

April 14, 2014 |
The first half of "Mad Men’s" final season got off to a quiet start Sunday — but at least Don Draper had more to say than he did in Hawaii in last season’s premiere.

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