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Young Christoph Waltz Singing In A Unitard Leads The Evening Links

15 precious seconds of adorable German-language insanity.

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Image via YouTubeWatch young master Waltz in all his brightly-colored, super-peppy glory at NextMovie.

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Watch young master Waltz in all his brightly-colored, super-peppy glory at NextMovie.

Vermont: home of maple syrup, ski slopes, and the country's healthiest attitudes towards sex.

Photo courtesy of ShutterstockThat's right. Details at YourTango.

Photo courtesy of Shutterstock

That's right. Details at YourTango.

"Hey, you guys have any idea why our warmup pants are covered in candy stripes?"

Gather round and Lost Lettermen will tell a tale rich in Indiana Hoosier basketball lore.
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Gather round and Lost Lettermen will tell a tale rich in Indiana Hoosier basketball lore.

So Rhode Island legislators want to make fried calamari the official state appetizer.

Photo courtesy of ShutterstockWhich, given these 13 other bizarrely specific official state symbols that The Week found, isn't actually that weird at all.

Photo courtesy of Shutterstock

Which, given these 13 other bizarrely specific official state symbols that The Week found, isn't actually that weird at all.

This is one of the single most stunning frames from this week's episode of 'The Walking Dead.'

Image via Imgur courtesy of Warming GlowBut man oh man, you gotta see it as a GIF. Check it out at Warming Glow and prepare to be hypnotized.

Image via Imgur courtesy of Warming Glow

But man oh man, you gotta see it as a GIF. Check it out at Warming Glow and prepare to be hypnotized.

You'd be happy too if Forbes had just named you the third-richest person in the world.

Meet Amancio Ortega, reclusive Spanish billionaire, at The Fiscal Times. Sorry, Warren Buffett.
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Meet Amancio Ortega, reclusive Spanish billionaire, at The Fiscal Times. Sorry, Warren Buffett.

People didn't always like 'Seinfeld,' either.

Photos courtesy of NBC and HBO via The Atlantic WireThe Atlantic Wire has a brief, fascinating history of TV backlash.

Photos courtesy of NBC and HBO via The Atlantic Wire

The Atlantic Wire has a brief, fascinating history of TV backlash.

A drunk 62-year-old Ohio man was charged with vandalism after shooting a police robot that had entered his home.

Get the whole story at Motherboard. Yeah, this is gonna end well for humanity.
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Get the whole story at Motherboard. Yeah, this is gonna end well for humanity.

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