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The most common misconceptions, debunked

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The Thinker Statue

Let me Google that for you

The thinker, right before he looks up and says "well, actually..."

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hat unassuming search bar offers the answers to so many questions, all without the judgment we risk when asking our know-it-all. These are our greatest myths, verified by the volumes of compatriots who also seek an answer to that eternal question: Does a duck’s quack echo?

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