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Look, Tom Hanks doesn't really need to work these days.

He's done plenty in the last 30 years to bring America charm and delight in a big, friendly package.
Even though it it looks like he's got some movies coming down the pike he hasn't acted in one since 2013's Saving Mr. Banks.

So, he's got time on his hands.

This was evidenced by his unexpected appearance answering questions all over Reddit earlier this week.

Well, apparently, he had some more questions that he wanted answers.

Stephen Colbert is in a different, though still not less-inquisitive, boat.

After months of build up, his show is finally chugging along at a steady clip and he's probably starting to get into the routine of the whole affair.

Focused so intently on the goal, once its accomplished, he's probably feeling a jet lag of emotions rushing at him, calling into question where he is and what he's doing.

So the two decided to lay back on a blanket and ask those questions to themselves.

It's very funny.

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What happens when Jimmy Kimmel Live asks Hillary Clinton supporters what they think of Donald Trump's tax plan disguised as Clinton's platform?

They prove to be idiots, that's what.

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Someone took a big sip of Go-Go Juice and decided that it would be a good idea for Honey Boo Boo to make her music debut.

This person is a monster that should be forced to eat a big bowl of sketti.

Boo Boo is joined by her sister "Pumpkin" and "viral video artist" Adam Barta (no one has ever heard of this man) for one trainwreck of a music video.

The chorus encourages everyone to do the *Honey Boo Boob Bop. *Please don't do the Honey Boo Boo Bop.

On a more encouraging note, Mama June and Sugar Bear both appear in the video dancing awkwardly together! Could the flame of love be rekindled? If not, love is dead and there is no hope.

Back to the Future DeLorean golf cart.
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We've got to go back — to the golf course!

With the quick approach of Oct. 21 2015, which is the final date in Back to the Future 2, it seems like many people are looking to commemorate the event.

A team led by David and Vicki Heykants, John Perrin and Lucas Evanochko created this beautiful contraption to auction of for the Red Deer College's 30th Annual Golf Classic.

As they say in the videos description:

During a time of hoverboards and PhunkeeDucks, it only makes sense that we see a DeLorean golf cart.

...The only things missing are the gull-wing doors.

Detailed on the team's website, they show off the flux capacitor and the Mr. Fusion power source in the back. This thing has everything.

Take a look at a video of the whole beautiful thing:

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