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Morning Cup of Links: Bears Falling from Trees

In Arkansas last week, a bear fell out of a tree and onto a children's bouncy house. Now the big guy has his very own Twitter account.
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BTW, that Arkansas bear is not to be confused with the one who was photographed as he fell from a tree in Boulder, Colorado.
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In Texas, high school girls made a pact to not hit the tanning beds before prom night.
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An international airport in China has cheerleaders in order to "bring more convenience to passengers in the summer-autumn air season."
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Just how many civilizations exist in the Milky Way galaxy? Carl Sagan seems to have a pretty good idea.
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German fast food lovers, behold The Pretzelnator: McDonald's all-beef patty with ham and two cheeses served in a pretzel-like bun.
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A Pennsylvania teen was sent to juvy hall after urinating on $36,000 worth of school-owned MacBooks.
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Steve Jobs played FDR in a crazy short film Apple produced in 1984.
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I'd love nothing more than to have my Twitter feed printed on custom toilet paper. That's certainly where it belongs.
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Ashton Kutcher shilled for Pop Chips in an ad that the culture police isn't very pleased with. Pop Chips swiftly issued an apology.
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In Simon Cowell's new biography, we learn that, at age 33, the television mogul moved back in with his parents for a stint.
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The search engine Million Short skips the first one million results you might find on Google or Yahoo! and, instead, takes you to the bottom of the Internet barrel.

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Finding Art in Everyday Sights
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Artist Paul Gledhill "draws on" everyday sights for inspiration. See more on Instagram.

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Can You Find the Money in Santa’s Sack in This Hidden Image Puzzle?
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A hidden-object image features rows of Santas carrying sacks.
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Vouchercloud, a website and app for online deals, brings us this holiday-themed test of your vision just in time for Christmas. Hidden among all the identical Santa Clauses carrying sacks of presents, one financially-savvy Santa is carrying a big sack of money. Can you figure out where he is? (Warning: Spoilers below.)

Spot him yet? If you’re stumped, check out the solution below. If this one was a breeze for you, try out a few more hidden-object puzzles here, here, and here. Or if you’re looking for something with a little more real-life relevancy, try to figure out where the snake is in this photo. Happy hunting!

A hidden-object image features rows of Santas carrying sacks with the solution circled in red.

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