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Pictures From The Spanish Flu 100 Years Ago Shows Similarities In Managing Pandemics

100 years ago, the Spanish Flu was sweeping its way across the globe, infecting and killing millions. The guidelines were much like the ones we have today during the pandemic we're living through now - stay home and wear protective gear in public. Thankfully, lockdown is a lot more bearable nowadays and people are finding all sorts of ways to entertain themselves. But these pictures show that a pandemic is a pandemic is a pandemic and if they did it way back then, we can get through it now. Hang in there, people! 

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CUT asked 100 people to show us their best impression of Chewbacca, the iconic sidekick of Han Solo in the Star Wars saga. The result is simply hilarious…



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When 100 people Were Asked to draw 10 famous logos Based On Their Memory

Branded in Memory is an interesting experiment created by Signs.com, which asked 100 people to draw 10 famous logos, in order to analyze how well we are able to retain the details of these images that we meet almost daily.

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