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The report shows that whites, blacks, grays and silvers made up 74 percent of the cars put on the road last year, and silver has gradually falling out of favor among car buyers since the year 2000. Greens and blues, which held the top spots in the 1950s and 60s, aren’t even among the top-five color preferences in 2014. Brown, which had a good run in the 1970s, is now also absent from the top-five list.
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Don’t be fooled by stories about 19th-Century movie audiences losing their s–t because they thought that footage of a moving train was going to run them over. Early cinema could get bizarrely hardcore and hardcorely bizarre, even by today’s standards. In fact, many of the very earliest films still manage to put modern horror movies to shame. For instance …