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- After announcing price hikes for their annual passes, Disney is looking at using 'variable pricing' for their parks, which would make certain days more expensive depending on demand—kind of like Uber's surge pricing!
- Looking for the perfect lamp for your bedside table or swingers' retreat? Try this butt-lamp that turns on when you give it a spanking.
- A man survived a bear attack by remembering that his grandmother told him bears have bad gag reflexes, and shoving his arm down the bear's throat.
- If you haven't stopped by Clifton's Cafeteria in real life yet, here's a virtual tour.
- Some diners at the very austere Texas Roadhouse chain decided to deliver a passive-aggressive note to a mother with a screaming child. Whoever they are, they have horrible penmanship.
- If you feel like gothing it up and revisiting the fashion of Beetlejuice's Lydia Deetz, L.A. Magazine has a modern guide to her style.
- David Bowie has a new song out called "Blackstar." It's for the credit sequence in the show The Last Panthers, a British crime about stolen diamonds.
- Mike Klimo is a man who spent two years writing a 20,000-word essay on how the Star Wars prequels aren't terrible.
- Chris Pratt and Anna Faris' son named a baby penguin at the Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle. The name he chose is that of a different bird: an eagle.
- A costume company decided to rank literature's scariest monsters. Using the monsters' looks, abilities and intentions, they determined the wicked spider-clown IT was the scariest of them all and Jules Verne's giant squid the least.
- And finally, here are some dogs taking each other on walks.