Morning Cup of Links: Stanford's Secret Weapon

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Dustin Diamond might learn a thing or two from reading this new book by Todd Bridges.
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It's been a bad week for people who like to commit crimes without getting pummeled in the process.
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When it comes to football recruiting, Stanford has a secret weapon.
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When I look at the mascots for the London Olympics, all I can think about is the Altered State of Drugachusetts.
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One member of Twitter's Suggested User List details the downside of being a social media celebrity.
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This is really cool and amazing, but it also feels like the beginning of a sci-fi movie that ends badly for all of us.
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If you're a believer in the old axiom that there are no stupid questions, prepare to change your mind.
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You know the story—you stop by the store to pick up a pig face and some assorted reptiles and they only have one register open. At least I assume that's the way it is in a Chinese Walmart also.
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It's going to take one heck of a garage sale to unload $600 million worth of stolen paintings.
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And, with the weekend upon us, we'll tip back 5 Drinking Stories That Put Yours to Shame.

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May 21, 2010 - 1:01am
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