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Powerball on-air talent Sam Arlen, right, is given a countdown before the start of the drawing at the Florida Lottery on Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2012, in Tallahassee, Fla. The numbers drawn in the $579.9-million game were: 5, 16, 22, 23, 29 and Powerball of 6.

Congratulations! If you are one of the two ticketholders who will split last night’s record Powerball jackpot, here’s some advice for you — and a few cautionary tales. (

Reality Check:  A new study finds that people who watch reality television are neurotic attention-seekers — not unlike reality stars themselves, perhaps. (NBC News)

Thing We’re Thankful for Today: Bill O’Reilly explains “Gangnam Style” for us. Thank you, Bill O’Reilly. (YouTube via BuzzFeed)

…And Speaking of Gangnam Style: Here’s a video of some prisoners in Thailand doing the “invisible horse dance.” What’s it going to take to kill this meme, anyway? (New York Magazine)

Swimming in Style: A survey of awesome aquarium architecture. (Flavorwire)

Joe Biden Goes to Costco. And the Internet is there. (The Week)

May the Force Be with Him. Ewan MacGregor is totally down for the new Star Wars movies. (

Nuke the Moon: In the 1950s, it apparently seemed like a good idea. (CNN)

Awful, but Pretty Hilarious: An outfit called HoboJacket is encouraging folks to donate warm outerwear featuring the logos of your rival school/team to the homeless. (The Daily

Happy Birthday, Pong! To honor the 40th anniversary of the world’s least interesting groundbreaking video game, here’s 10 things you probably didn’t know about Atari. (Mental Floss)

Today’s Craziest Optical Illusion: Sure, this looks like a real Rubik’s cube, but it’s actually a visual trick known as anamorphosis. Bonus: You can download and print all the materials you need to do this at home. (YouTube via BuzzFeed)