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10 Pieces of Fake News and Their Sources from Before 1978
This current election has brought the idea of fake news from the dusty racks along supermarkets to the mainstream. For many growing up in the 80s and 90s, when one heard "fake news," they thought of the National Enquirer, with articles "confirming" not only Elvis' continued survival into the present, but also that he, in actuality, was an alien from Alpha Centauri. Obviously, a ridiculous story.
Easy Cookbooks for Kids
For kids, good food can be magical—so that makes the cookbook an eldritch tome of untold power. Parents can prepare tons of dishes for their kids to make them smile, make them happy, but, after awhile, kids may want to learn how to make those foods themselves. They may watch you in the kitchen, creating something amazing, and say "I want to do that." Or, perhaps, you want your child to learn the safest way to work in the kitchen early in life. Or you want a new family bonding project! Whatever the case, finding the right cookbook to inspire your kids in the kitchen can be hard, so here are some books guaranteed to turn your kids into a little culinary master.
Nightmarish Monsters in Science Fiction (Inspired by Lovecraft)
Many consider HP Lovecraft to be one of the greatest horror writers, despite the fact that many people are only familiar with his works because someone posted a pic of Cthulhu on Reddit once. When Lovecraft wasn't writing letters brimming with overt racism, he wrote stories--many of which are easily among the greatest pieces of sci-fi horror of his time. A whole list could be dedicated to just listing his short stories...