Reading While Eating for February 21: Better Know a Dictator

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One year-old gorilla Uzuri eats a salad at the zoo in Duisburg, Germany, February 18, 2011.

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Celebrate Presidents’ Day with lip dubs by bros and hipster-watching games.

Historical Footnotes: Americans take Presidents’ Day to remember the greats, like Lincoln and Washington. But what about the others? Take a look at the top 10 forgettable presidents. (TIME)

A Dictator’s Life: Conflict in Libya has all eyes on Moammar Gaddafi. Is he truly “the last supervillain?” (LIFE)

Reel Rage: A Latvian man shot a fellow moviegoer to death — because he was chomping on his popcorn too loudly during a screening of Black Swan. After this, NewsFeed will think before we order at the concession stand. (Telegraph)

Culinary Creation: Talk about a sweet birthday. This dad built his son an Angry Birds-themed birthday cake — that was actually playable — complete with carbon-copy birds and pigs. (Gizmodo)

Nothing Is Sacred: Judging from this outtake from Family Feud, in which one family was so terrible at the game they had to start over, we can’t even count on game shows to be real. Consider our dreams shattered. (The Daily What)

Latest, Must-Play Game: Though they’d hate to admit it, hipsters are everywhere. Now you can document their ubiquitousness by marking down each time you see an instance of hipsterism–think mustaches, iPhones, PBR–with Hipster Bingo. First one to win, gets a sense of smug satisfaction. (BuzzFeed)

Must See: Bros Icing Bros is so yesterday. What’s the current trend,  you ask? Bros Singing Katy Perry With Other Bros. These shameless frat boys from the University of Arkansas belt out “Firework” with a distinct passion — and some solid choreography, too.