Morning Cup of Links: Cats in Space!

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Manufactured outrage is just another example of political theater. The things that shock, offend, and enrage public figures (and their fans) only do so as long as the headlines serve their purposes.
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A spaceship of cats and their trusty robot explore the final frontier. Then an enemy appears, which leads to battle!
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AMC is considering six ideas for new TV series. Which one(s) do you think should they run with?
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Texas A&M has left the Big 12 and joined the Southeastern Conference. That was news to me, but at least I know which states the original SEC teams come from.
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The 21 Absolute Worst Things In The World. Even if that's an exaggeration, you'll admit that you hate these things.
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I Think My Draw Something Partner Might Have Been Kidnapped. When a game turns real, your cluelessness could be fatal (NSFW text).
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Several transgender people talk about how people like themselves are portrayed in the media, past and present. The struggles of the very few role models had a profound effect on people who identified with them.
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The Invention of the American Football Helmet. This historic video reassures us that the current generation of numbskulls is not the first.
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Ted Nugent has always said exactly what he thinks, and usually his fans eat it up. But his remarks about President Obama at the NRA’s annual convention Sunday have now earned him an investigation from the Secret Service.
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A vague law now in the legislature in Tennessee could lead to unintended consequences. It may soon be illegal for teachers to mention kissing, hand-holding, and other "gateways to sex" activities.
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8 Prolific Female Serial Killers. They say she's a rare breed, but you'll think differently after reading this list.

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April 18, 2012 - 1:15am
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