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As Pixar producer Galyn Sussman and former Pixar CTO Oren Jacob explain, somehow, someway, someone entered a Linux delete command into the console of the drive carrying the entire Toy Story 2 film by mistake. Parts of the film began to disappear, and the backup drives didn't work. Thankfully, the studio ended up receiving help from a very unlikely source!

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In a fascinating case of WTF, this news channel's weather report graphic began with a few frames depicting what can only be described as some sort of odd demon man. I mean, I've heard the weather term "hot as hell," but this is pushing it!

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As a part of Adobe's "Creative Days" program, Photoshop masters set up camp at a bus station and modified pictures of waiting commuters in real-time. You'll want to see their reactions to getting 'shopped on the fly!

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Why watch the commercials on Superbowl Sunday when they're all on a YouTube a week in advance? In this one, Matthew Broderick reprises his iconic role to skip work and drive his CR-V. Honestly, he should have gone with Cameron's Dad's 1961 Ferrari, but hey who am I to judge. --New Guy Nick

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Cell phone video was taken of this irrationally angry Starbucks employee when she began yelling at a customer and accusing her of stealing a cookie straw. The customer said this began when she was distracted trying to open a Starbucks app on her phone to pay and didn't answer quickly enough. According to the Daily News , Starbucks has apoligized through social media, saying that the employee has been let go. 

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It happens so fast but the reporter, Alex Savage, managed to jump out of the way in the nick of time. He posted a follow up video on Facebook assuring everyone he was okay and crediting his photographer, Chip Vaughan, with shouting the alert that saved his life.

Close Call!! Almost got hit by a car live on-air, heart still pounding.

Posted by Alex Savidge KTVU on Tuesday, March 8, 2016

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Last Friday, Wisconsin news anchor Jennifer Livingston received an email from a viewer attacking her weight.

This morning, she responded to him on the air:

To the person who wrote me that letter — do you think I don't know that? That your cruel words are pointing out something that I don't see?...

Livingston went on to point out that October is National Bullying Prevention Month, and that she hopes the incident will raise awareness of bullying behavior, which is "passed down from people like the man who wrote me that email."

If you are at home and talking about the fat news lady, guess what? Your children are probably going to go to school and call someone fat.

Impressive.