Morning Cup of Links: New York Mad Hatters

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Senator George McGovern, the antiwar 1972 presidential candidate, died Sunday at age 90. TIME mines the archives for a glimpse at his life and career.
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As of yesterday, the Catholic church has seven new saints. Here's a guide to the holy class of 2012.
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Cat Special Forces is a compilation of cats whose reach exceeds their grasp. The music makes it.
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Alice in Wonderland came alive at the third annual Massive Mad Hatter Tea Party. The ultimate opportunity for Victorian/steampunk/fantasy/literary cosplay.
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The terrifying velociraptors in the movie Jurassic Park were real guys inside suits. See how they came up with the technique from concept to film.
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20 Incredibly Bizarre Vintage Halloween Costumes. Then as now, you'll have to ignore comfort if you want to win a prize.
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Saturday was International Sloth Day. It's not too late to celebrate by watching videos of rescued baby sloths growing up on camera.
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Two Polish guys drive a car through a Tesco department store. You can do this in places where cars are actually smaller than store aisles and doors.
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Spring Break in Libya. Chris Jeon was bored with his summer job, so he joined the revolution.
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Who Was Dr. Frankenstein? Mary Shelley had plenty of possible inspirations for the character.

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October 22, 2012 - 1:06am
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