Morning Cup of Links: Jedi Kittens

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Jedi Kittens. I don't understand why it took so long for someone to make a video that combined a light saber battle and cute kittens.
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The Awl dissects the editing process of one Wikipedia entry: Lolita. The over 2,000 edits give us a glimpse into the collaboration of Wikipedia editors.
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Retro Back-To-School Swag We Still Want. Those of us who don't have to go back to school always get nostalgic this time of year, particularly when confronted with neat school gear.
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The War of 1812: The Movie. College Humor imagines what it would have been like if the participants understood the conflict just as well as we do.
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You wouldn't think to assign high expectations for a movie named My Idiot Brother, but if this review holds water, it will be the movie to see this weekend.
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The Cirque de Legume is a sort of a circus in which the props are vegetables. Watch and decide: entertaining or weird?
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The Top Ten Jokes of the Edinburgh Fringe have been selected. There must be something in the delivery, since they seem a bit flat when you read them.
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New York city police have been spying on Muslim neighborhoods, with the help of the CIA. The FBI, the city's lawyers, and the public have a problem with this.

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August 26, 2011 - 1:03am
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