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 Banned Books Week!
Banned Books Week!
Get out there and read them! "Everything useful I learned, I learned from banned books"

You'd be surprised what books are banned, and for what reasons. All books should be read, thought about, and appreciated, even if we don't agree with what they say or the stance of the author. picked by bcgrote 3 months ago
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 "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" inspiration dies
"Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" inspiration dies
The woman who inspired the iconic Beatles song "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" has died. Lucy Vodden, a childhood friend of John Lennon's son Julian, died aged 46 after losing a fight against the autoimmune disease lupus. picked by suebe 3 months ago
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 Roman Polanski 'held in Zurich'
Roman Polanski 'held in Zurich'
Film director Roman Polanski has been taken into custody on a 31-year-old US arrest warrant, Polanski admitted unlawful sex with a 13-year-old girl in 1977, but fled to France before sentencing. picked by ruthstark 3 months ago
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 Recipe Puppy
Recipe Puppy
A search engine designed to find food recipes based on the ingredients you enter. picked by suckersklub 3 months ago
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 Face Recognition Test
Face Recognition Test
Kind of fun--I scored a 95% on recognition, but only 69% on being able to place them in the right place.... picked by prish 3 months ago
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About Plime
Plime is an editable wiki community where users can add and edit weird and interesting links. Users earn karma when other users vote on their actions. The more karma you have, the more power you have at Plime.

 When Good Manners Get Left at the Gate
When Good Manners Get Left at the Gate
"...She put it on her lap and proceeded to unwrap it, and — I kid you not — it wasa huge hunk of cooked bacon. I know there are liquid restrictions. Aren’t there bacon restrictions, too? picked by nateebiinature 3 months ago
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 The Beatles ARE Bigger than Jesus
The Beatles ARE Bigger than Jesus
At least they are on Google. picked by suebe 4 months ago
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 NY Post - PWND!
NY Post - PWND!
The Yes Men have done it again with a special online edition of the NY Post. A million print copies were also distributed. Video in comments picked by suebe 4 months ago
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 Wolf Blitzer Lost On Jeopardy: And the CNN Situation Room host sucked.
Wolf Blitzer Lost On Jeopardy: And the CNN Situation Room host sucked.
If you've watched Wolf Blitzer struggle to ask relevant questions of interviewees or just fill up time with cliches and nonsense you might've gotten the impression that he is not very bright. picked by Bornbad 4 months ago
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 George Clooney: I Would Rather Have a Prostate Exam Than a Facebook Page
George Clooney: I Would Rather Have a Prostate Exam Than a Facebook Page
“I would rather have a prostate exam on live television by a guy with very cold hands than have a Facebook page.” picked by Bornbad 4 months ago
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 Manure is dumped on Clarkson's lawn
Manure is dumped on Clarkson's lawn
Climate campaigners have dumped horse manure on TV presenter Jeremy Clarkson's front lawn in protest against his views on global warming.

The activists from environmental group Climate Rush unloaded the bag-loads of manure at his home in Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, with a banner which read "this is what you're landing us in". picked by davethefish 4 months ago
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 Women really can't keep a secret
Women really can't keep a secret
Ever wondered how long a woman can keep a secret?
Researchers found that they will typically spill the beans to someone else in 47 hours and 15 minutes. picked by karenben 4 months ago
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 Megalopolisomancy, Or Why All Cities Are Haunted
Megalopolisomancy, Or Why All Cities Are Haunted
Your city seethes with ghosts. Its impossibly twisted streets stream with magic, and its chimneys exude smoke of a decidedly hallucinatory nature. Why do modern, urban places feel as if they are home to so many unexplainable, otherworldly forces? picked by Bornbad 4 months ago
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 Obama calls Kanye West a "Jackass"
Obama calls Kanye West a "Jackass"
Well, I suppose what's considered news to some... picked by Pazez 4 months ago
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 Quite Possibly The Greatest Game On The Net
Quite Possibly The Greatest Game On The Net
Tetris is okay. Tetris 3D is a bit better. 3D Tetris in Sterogram format? Now that is a winner. For those who can see such images will find this version of the classic Tetris quite impressive picked by 2manyusernames 4 months ago
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 Make: Halloween Contest 2009!
Make: Halloween Contest 2009!
It's here, boys and geeks, the biggest DIY Halloween contest there is! This year's contest is sponsored by Microchip, and together we've got rad prizes to give to the best in microcontroller Halloween projects. picked by Bornbad 4 months ago
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 London 2012 Olympics may be shown in 3D, says BBC chief
London 2012 Olympics may be shown in 3D, says BBC chief
Roger Mosey, the director of the BBC's 2012 Olympics operation, said the BBC was looking at using new technology to cover the sporting event.

'We could, and I believe should, capture some of the games in 3D,' he told the IBC technology conference in Amsterdam. picked by kakana 4 months ago
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 `M-A-S-H' writer Larry Gelbart dies at 81
`M-A-S-H' writer Larry Gelbart dies at 81
Larry Gelbart, the award-winning writer whose sly, sardonic wit helped create such hits as Broadway's "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum," the films "Tootsie" and "Oh, God!" and television's "M-A-S-H," is dead. picked by Bornbad 4 months ago
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 In praise of the sci-fi corridor
In praise of the sci-fi corridor
Corridors are fascinating things. Think about
it - every sci-fi film you've ever seen has
some sort of action-packed chase through
corridors. They are the future! picked by Bornbad 4 months ago
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 Really, really more than you want to know.
Really, really more than you want to know.
Over-sharers:
Why do some people seemingly fail to realise
that their web-based musings are actually being
read by others? picked by Bornbad 4 months ago
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 The Beatle Movies That Never Happened
The Beatle Movies That Never Happened
Prior to the initial wave of American Beatlemania back in the early 1960s, the Beatles’ manager, Brian Epstein signed the band to a three-picture contract with United Artists. A Hard Day’s Night and Help! quickly fulfilled two-thirds of their obligation. picked by kakana 4 months ago
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 America’s Food Revolution
America’s Food Revolution
In a 1769 letter to the naturalist John Bartram, Benjamin Franklin observed that while lots of people like accounts of old buildings and monuments, “I confess that if I could find in any Italian travels a receipt for making Parmesan cheese, it would give me more satisfaction than a transcript of any inscription from any old stone whatsoever.” picked by Bornbad 4 months ago
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 John Lennon: The Lost Interviews
John Lennon: The Lost Interviews
John Lennon did many brilliant things in his life, but arguably one of his most inspired acts was his deliberate destruction of the Beatles in 1969, just 40 years ago this month. It didn't seem that way then, but if Lennon hadn't done that, I doubt that you'd be reading this today. Lennon froze them for ever at their peak. picked by suebe 4 months ago
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 Learn Something Every Day
Learn Something Every Day
Read it again ^ picked by suebe 4 months ago
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 Divers Find Coney Island Bell Lost in 1911
Divers Find Coney Island Bell Lost in 1911
Back on May 27, 1911 Coney Island was doing worse off than it is today, with Dreamland Park in flames for a full 18 hours, burning to the ground and never again being rebuilt as it was. But a piece of the glory days was just found underwater; local divers are bringing up a piece of the past: a massive 500-lb bell that sunk to the ocean floor with the rest of the pier. picked by suebe 4 months ago
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