Weekend Links: Disgusting Cartoon-Themed Snacks

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From my friend Alexis, "a strange, well-written, utterly chilling story with a haunting central image: that of a Japanese prodigy performing to an American audience on Nov. 11, 1945, months after Hiroshima was bombed, the music of a composer, Mendelssohn, who was banned by the Nazis, on a violin -- a mysterious possible Stradivarius, likely stolen -- that was gifted to her by one of Hitler's most evil henchmen." Settle in!
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These NBA Doppelganger GIFs are pretty terrifying(ly accurate).
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It's been a while since a Robot Revolution Update, but never let your guard down! Constant vigilance! The latest: a robot with swagger.
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The Most Disgusting Cartoon-Themed Snacks from Your Childhood (well, if you're a Gen Y kid. Are we still called that?) Which have you eaten?
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This was everywhere this week, but in case you missed it, here's the story behind the Recycled Newspaper Prop, including even more pics of it being spotted on TV and in movies.
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Things to Make You Feel Old: photos from a Malcolm in the Middle cast reunion. Breaking Bad fans, can you really ever look at Bryan Cranston the same way? I truly can't.
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Platoon, played out with toy soldiers.
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Online jigsaw for those who really want some time to kill -- boards range from 49 to 117 pieces. I've never been good at jigsaws, has anyone completed one of those crazy 3D ones before? It's always intrigued me. And then what do you do with it? Destroy it? Quite zen, really …
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Stay tuned - more links tomorrow! In the meantime send your submissions to FlossyLinks@gmail.com

September 22, 2012 - 5:14am
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