Morning Cup of Links: The Nazi-Mocking Dog

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Editor's Note: Miss Cellania is taking a well-deserved week off. She'll return next Monday. In her absence, our good friend Colin Perkins will be guest hosting the Morning Cup of Links. Make him feel welcome!

Science finally gets around to confirming that it’s perfectly OK to wear a pair of jeans everyday for more than a year without washing them.
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A Sports Illustrated columnist recently undertook a titanic assignment: finding, contacting and understanding his fiercest internet critics.
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Botanical Paperworks makes recycled paper embedded with wildflower seeds. So, now you can put those unwanted memos in the garden rather than the trashcan. (Via The Daily What)
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I feel like this is destined to end up in a commercial: "Our phones are tough enough to withstand the conditions inside a crocodile’s stomach.”
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Mike Mitchell is the quickly becoming the graphic designer to the stars. Last year his “I’m With Coco” graphic made him famous – and last week he received a thank you note from Zach Galifianakis for his entry in Gallery 1988’s awesome ode to comedians.
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AOL Weird News has this amazing tale of Jackie, the dog that mocked the Nazis.
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The Black Hole is an entertaining short film. And I'm sure there is some sort of lesson to be learned here too.
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Tomorrow night, President Obama will give the State of the Union address. Here's the brief history of the State of the Union, including which president talked the longest.

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January 23, 2011 - 11:35pm
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