Morning Cup of Links: Killer TV

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Science Proves Those Dumb Interview Questions We All Hate Were Stupid All Along. But Human Resources will continue to use them because they get a kick out of seeing you squirm.
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What if the show Dexter were a Saturday morning cartoon dedicated to science? You'd have Dexter's Laboratory, which is as good as any current animated series.
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Elvis Presley: America’s Secret Weapon in the Cold War. He may have been considered a danger to America's youth, but the military knew East Germans idolized him as well.
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There were no computer-generated effects in the 1973 film The Exorcist. See some newly-found test footage of the levitation effect tried out on young Linda Blair.
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The Brilliantly Colored Graffiti Murals of El Salvador. Not only a feast for the eyes, but most have political or cultural significance.
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10 Things We Learned From The Walking Dead season three opening episode. Contains spoilers for those who haven't seen it, and animated gifs of the best parts for those of us who have.
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See the all-singing, all-dancing zombies! It's The Walking Dead: The Musical, which contains NO spoilers.
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M&M, Milky Way, and Hershey's Kisses get freaky flavors for Halloween. Before you buy them to try them, read the taste-test reviews of this year's pumpkin and white chocolate flavors.
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Pizza Hut realizes its latest political tie-in promotion might not be the greatest idea. "What could be more American than using our electoral process for product placement?" (quote)
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10 Pumpkin Sports. Harvest your pumpkins and join in the fun!

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October 16, 2012 - 1:03am
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