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17 Amazed Police Officers Share Stories Of Their Encounters With Criminal Masterminds

These criminals are criminally genius. But even their oversized brains weren't enough to get 'em out of getting caught (usually). Gotta send props to the raging fool who wolfed down his bank robbery note in a moment of panicked crisis. If this list got you going, check out our other one on cops biggest "oh shit" moments over here!

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Bold Woman Gets Professional Revenge on Unfair Sexist Boss

Getting pushed out of your job by your predatory boss is grounds for some absolutely epic revenge. And this woman got it. If you wanna read another story of revenge in an unfair corporate environment, then check this guy's story out.

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21 Embarrassed People Share the Dumbest Thing They Ever Did to Impress Their Crush

We don't know where it comes from, but sometimes when you see someone you like, there's a certain, primal urge to impress them in the most idiotic ways possible. It's incredibly stupid, but for a lot of us, if a hot person is walking down the street, our next logical thought is "I bet she'd like to see how high I can jump." Here's a collection of the dumb things people tried, which for the record, sometimes worked.

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17 Achievements That Sounds Great but Aren't

Sure, you can be technically correct in saying that you work for the CIA if you work for the Clam Inspector's Association. These high achievers pulled the ol' switcheroo.

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A new record has been set by a participant in the New York City Marathon. Jimmy Jenson is the first person with Down syndrome to cross the finish line, the Today Show reports.

The 48-year-old from Los Angeles completed the race along side his close friend, Jennifer Davis. The two met 12 years prior through a program called Best Buddies that connects those with intellectual disabilities with those without.

After completing the marathon in just over eight hours, Jenson stayed at the finish line to encourage runners behind him to not give up and to finish the race.