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Mysteries Of The Orient

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This one's not so much a joke as it is an appeal to whatever shreds of human decency still cling to Pope's psyche. Please stop. There isn't enough bleach in the world for me to ever be clean again; you win, so please... please...

NSA-Holes

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I've never trusted snapchat, but up until now it was due to my overpowering fear of ghosts.

The Sweet Reward

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Halloween was fun, but now that that sweet and spooky sugar high has worn off, it's back to reality. Good thing we didn't overdo it last night, right guys? Guys?

#BearFacts: Halloween Edition

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After the wild success of the US Fish & Wildlife Service's BearFacts initiative, millions were left demanding more, and Uncle Sam once again came to WNV to inform the public, and we delivered in our typical highly effective and well-researched fashion.

A Different Kind of Wonder

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Wonder trade is an interesting social experiment. Generous players try to send out useful or rare Pokemon, while others try to pawn off shitty ones in exchange. Sometimes shirking your responsibilities as a trainer has karmic repercussions though, and there's always gonna be someone out there shirking a little harder than you...

The Only Realistic Outcome

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Carpentry really isn't our forte, and that is especially apparent in this 66% true story about Scawt's recent move to a new apartment.

GTA V

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The question of whether video game violence causes real violence is a popular one lately, thanks to the all new Grand Theft Auto V. Here at WNV, we try to be fair and give both sides a ch- nah who am I kidding. It's a stupid question.

#BearFacts: Volume 1

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Did you know that bears are the only reptiles that can use swords? Neither did we, until we read this helpful infographic that was definitely produced by the US Fish & Wildlife Service, the first part in a continuing series where we take a look at one of nature's most mysterious forces: the majestic bear.

To-Do List

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Today we take an unprecedented look into Pope's daily life. We see his priorities and how he manages his complex schedule in order to get done the things that most need doing. And pancakes. Lots of pancakes.

Making Friends in Class

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Our college days may be well behind us now, but the lessons we learned will be with us forever. Take this one, for example. The best way to handle new friends at an unexpected hour.