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We realize there's only so much time one can spend in a day watching new trailers, viral video clips, and shaky cell phone footage of people arguing on live television. This is why every day The Atlantic Wire highlights the videos that truly earn your five minutes (or less) of attention. Today:

The Atlantic's Megan Garber points us to the first video of the day, where "In 1995, a group of fifth graders at the Ray Bjork school in Helena, Montana produced a PSA advocating the Internet -- ostensibly, to the adults who controlled their connection to it."  The result? Well, the kids prophetically called it when they championed cats, shopping, and whatnot some 17 years ago: 

Now that the Olympics are over, we can focus on Shark Week. And in honor of this glorious time of year, The Huffington Post compiled the best shark attacks from movies... ever. We're thankful someone did. We'll give this a NSFW tag, only because your boss may be wondering what you're stupidly giggling at: 

Also, this video (thank you Reddit) of a man traveling 160 miles to retrieve his stolen bike by way of an undercover sting is one reason we will never ever mess with bicyclists. It's fine, ride on the sidewalks, have the right of way: 

And finally ... NASA and We Know it (no, according to their YouTube description, they aren't actually NASA nerds, but whatever). 

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