Morning Cup of Links: Naptime!

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California experienced 300 earthquakes in one day. None were all that powerful, but what might come next?
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The Best Of The Internet's Reaction To The Botched "Ecce Homo" Painting. I think I like how Mr. Bean used it the best of all.
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Nobel Laureate Elie Wiesel Speaks of His Fear of Being the Last Holocaust Witness. His life's aim is to make sure we don't forget, or repeat.
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In 1997, a pilot for made for a series called Justice League of America. Footage of the show's introduction makes it clear why it never made it onto your TV.
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Women in Togo are refusing to perform their conjugal duties to protest their president, but Do Sex Strikes Ever Work? For the answer, let's look at their history.
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A new study says music is way more depressing now. Hipsterism is to blame.
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When you mashup the films The Expendables 2 with Toy Story 2, you'd better use the video from the animated film. They did, and it works nicely.
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Take a Tour Inside a Creepy Abandoned Soviet Submarine. Imagine spending days or weeks submerged in this tube of steel and nuclear torpedos.
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Iron Sky, the movie about Nazis hiding on the moon, looked like a sure winner so future viewers donated to the cause. Now that it's out and not all that great, contributors are whining that it's not what they expected.
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The identity of the Navy SEAL who wrote a book about killing Osama bin Laden has been leaked, and al Qaeda wants him dead. Also, he may have committed a felony by writing it without Pentagon approval.
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7 Simple Rules For How To Take A Nap. I find a good two hours sleep in the afternoon enables me to laugh at people who work normal schedules.

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August 28, 2012 - 1:19am
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