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A Heartbreaking Moment You Probably Missed From The London Olympics [Video]

The Olympics are always a forum for amazing stories of victory, defeat, overcoming obstacles and also succumbing to them.  There have been several of these amazing moments so far in the 2012 London Olympic Games.  But, the following story of defeat and heartbreak has been absent from major American media.

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It’s A Bird, It’s A Plane… It’s Something That Just Crushed Your Car

If someone you know is ever this lucky, tell them that they should play the Lotto. Deep in Germany's Black Forest, Heidi Huber, happened to be a part of something you normally only see in the movies.

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Linkin Park perform Rolling in the Deep at Germany fan club!
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Linkin Park Perform Adele’s ‘Rolling In The Deep!’ [VIDEO]

Adele may be on sick leave for a bout with laryngitis, but that hasn't stopped other artists from covering her hit tunes!

During a fan club event in Germany last week, Linkin Park rolled out an acoustic version of the vocally challenged songstress' smash hit, Rolling in the Deep!

What better compliment than to have another artist or band choose to randomly cover one of your songs, right?  So far this year, Adele was the first artist to sell a million copies of her 21 album and she continues to have the best-selling album overall.

Watch and listen to how Chester Bennington and Mike Shinoda musically interpret Rolling in the Deep.

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(marc kjerland, Flickr)
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US Named Funniest Country; Germany Named Least Funny

Maybe we should work on exporting some knock-knock jokes.

The US has been named the funniest country in a Badoo.com survey of 30,000 people from 15 nations around the globe, while Germany - long known for its poor sense of humor - kept up the stereotype by finishing at the bottom.

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Boy Finds 24-Year-Old Message in a Bottle, Responds

Nearly a quarter of a century ago, a young German boy named Frank Uesbeck wrote a message, stuffed it into a bottle and threw it out to sea. This year, he finally received a reply.

The bottle was discovered by 13-year-old Daniil Korotkikh, a Russian boy who was walking along the beach with his parents when a glint in the sand caught his attention. There, he discovered a corked German beer bottle with a piece of paper inside. Fortunately, Korotkikh's father was able to read German and translated the message.

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