Morning Cup of Links: The Onion Challenge

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Today LIFE.com is featuring previously unpublished photos of Hitler's Bunker and the ruins of Berlin.
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Anchorman director Adam McKay wants to remake the 1974 Bill Cosby slapstick comedy Uptown Saturday Night.
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A young man from the Bronx proves his bravery after eating a whole onion on webcam. With jelly.
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The Gill Sans font was first drafted at some time between the years 1928 and 1933. It looked like this.
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Albuquerque police charged this hot dog vendor with aggravated assault after he ran over a competing hot dog vendor with his own hot dog cart.
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Duncan Hines was no chef. He just traveled so much for his day job that he became a dining expert on the open road.
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Scientists in Wales discovered after recent tests that chewing gum may cause short-term memory loss.
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A swarm of jellyfish-like invertebrates managed to shut down a nuclear power plant in California.
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Researchers at Northwestern University claim left-handers are the result of an inherent "competition in human evolution."
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Got 20 minutes? String theorist Brian Greene gives a pretty compelling argument why a multiverse might exist.
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Lego fans are pushing for this fan's Back to the Future III model to become an actual play set.
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In case you missed it: The nine best moments from the White House Correspondents' Dinner.

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