Morning Cup of Links: The Tin Horse Highway

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A profile of Sgt. Kimberly Denise Munley, the hero of the Ft. Hood shooting. "She had the training; she knew what to do. And she had the courage to do it — by doing it she saved countless people's lives."
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6 People Who Faked Their Own Death (For Ridiculous Reasons). What may seem to be an easy way out of a difficult situation only made things much worse. (via Gorilla Mask)
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In the days leading up to the annual bush races, the locals in Kulin, Australia construct fanciful horses out of all kinds of materials to entertain those who travel the highway leading to the Jilakin Racetrack. This has become known as The Tin Horse Highway.
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Catblogging, 1940s Style. Now I know how to pick up a cat during an air raid. (via YesButNoButYes)
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How can someone be in "critical but stable condition"? In plain English, those words are opposites, but in medical terminology they make sense -to medical professionals.
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Illustrator Paul Rogers puts together six drawings of iconic images from a classic movie. Your challenge is to name the movies from the drawings.
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9 Times They Probably Should Have Stopped The Presses. Newspaper and magazine lead times occasionally cause embarrassment, if not downright horror.

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November 8, 2009 - 11:04pm
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