Morning Cup of Links: Daily Disneyland

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Employee training films are a treasure trove of weirdness. "Absurdly gory, shoddily made, and sometimes unintentionally hilarious, these are so outlandish it’s hard to imagine that anyone ever took them seriously."
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The Science Behind 9 Big Diets. Before you select your new regimen, see what the experts say about its effectiveness.
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Two dozen cemeteries in the Louisiana coastal areas are not-so-slowly washing away. Erosion and the damage from hurricanes over the past few years are ruining centuries-old graveyards.
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Here are 12 Amazing Satellite Images from the U.S. Geological Survey's Earth as Art gallery.
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Jeff Reitz and Tonya Mickesh received annual passes to Disneyland as gifts, and as they were unemployed, they went every day. It turned into an obsession that lasted an entire year.
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The Surprisingly Manly History of Hot Cocoa. Far before chocolate milk became a kids' staple, cacao was a manly beverage, reserved for warriors.
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Vince Gilligan Offers 9 Clues On The Ending Of Breaking Bad. But the writers still haven't decided exactly how the series will end.
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Swimmers Beneath the Waves Captured in Incredible Underwater Photography. That'll make you want to go swimming in January!
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Angels of Death: 6 More Medical Murderers. Is there no end to health care providers who get away with murder?

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January 4, 2013 - 12:08am
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