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Linda Sirois, Facebook

Maine Grandmother Gives Birth to Her Grandson — Find Out How

It’s the typical American story. Daughter is becoming a first-time mom, and her mother wants to be supportive and helpful to her child. But that’s where our story takes a 21st century twist. What happens when a wannabe mother has a health condition that makes it dangerous for her to get pregnant? Enter first-time grandma. Literally.

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Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook
Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook

Mark Zuckerberg Meets Facebook’s Oldest, 101-Year-Old User

While there might not be a spot in ‘The Guinness Book of World Records’ to praise Facebook’s oldest registered user — maybe there should be.

On Monday, Florence Detlor, the social network’s oldest registered user, celebrated her 101st birthday by crashing in on Mark Zuckerberg and his crew of hackers, nerds and programmers at Facebook’s California headquarters.

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Guinness World Records
Guinness World Records

World’s Oldest Person, Besse Cooper, Turns 116 Years Young

Some might find the 116th birthday marker to be a little daunting. However, if you are healthy and lucky enough to be one of only eight people to celebrate it, we are positive the ride has been one for the books.

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imgur

Photos Confirm That Tom Hanks Is Still Awesome

We’ve all been pretty certain for quite some time that Tom Hanks is awesome. We can now, beyond a shadow of a doubt, assert that claim.

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Columbia Pictures
Columbia Pictures

See ‘The Baby-Sitters Club’ Kids Then And Now

If you were a girl growing up in the ’80s or ’90s, you probably read ‘The Baby-Sitters Club,’ an almost 100-book-strong series of novels from Ann M. Martin that focuses on a collective of junior high school students who run an unlicensed child care business in their spare time.

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Warner Bros.

See the Kids From ‘The Goonies’ Then and Now

A reoccurring theme of movies during the mid-’80s was that of scrappy kids beating the odds. Daniel-son had to defeat the Cobra Kai in ‘The Karate Kid’ and the teens of Calumet, Colorado had to fight off most of the communist block in ‘Red Dawn.’ But probably the biggest underdogs were ‘The Goonies,’ a band of misfits from the goon docks of Astoria, Oregon who had to outlast a fugitive family to find the amply booby-trapped treasury of 17th Century pirate “One-Eyed Willie” and prevent their parents’ homes from being turned into a golf course.

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Columbia Pictures
Columbia Pictures

See the Orphans From ‘Annie’ Then and Now

All the orphans from the movie ‘Annie’ lived a hard knock life — considering audience members really only gave their two-cents to the title character — and were always looking forward to tomorrow. By the end of the flick, it looked like they had a brighter future, but what really happened to those orphans from the 1982 movie ‘Annie’?

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eBay

10 Magical Items Banned From eBay

The moment we found out eBay is banning magical items was the exact same moment we found out you can buy magical items on eBay. Of course! Why didn’t we think of this sooner?!

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Meme Generator
Meme Generator

Here Come the ‘Shark Week’ Memes

Finally, Shark Week is here! For some reason America has a fascination with the week-long Discovery channel brainchild. It’s a time to celebrate sharks, their lifestyle and a chance to act intelligent because we watched the Discovery Channel the night before.

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Michael Steele/Ezra Shaw, Getty Images
Michael Steele/Ezra Shaw, Getty Images

The 8 Most Amazing Olympic 2012 Moments

In the 16 days of Olympic competition, the world celebrated tremendous victories and experienced devastating defeats. But more importantly, we saw the sorts of qualities that embody the true spirit of the Olympic games; perseverance, bravery, and dedication. N

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