Morning Cup of Links: Discovering Birthday Cake

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Evan began a lifetime of giving when he was seven years old and saved his allowance to donate to a cat shelter. That brought him more joy than all the candy his money could have bought.
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In 1882, Oscar Wilde spent a year in the U.S. He made quite an impression and returned to England with various opinions on America.
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Did you hear the one about the guy whose iPhone was stolen and used by the thief to get online dates? He made a date to get it back.
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A child's first birthday cake is a glorious treat. But no one trusts them to eat with a proper fork, so the photographs are glorious, too.
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The citizens of El Paso spent decades trying to shut down a dangerous copper processing plant. They were successful, but now they want to preserve its smokestacks as a monument.
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Mesmerizing Hand-Drawn Animations Made With White-Out. Artist Jake Fried puts many layers on one canvas, which results in simply astonishing video sequences.
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A Michigan firefighter took a year of helmet-cam footage and presents the highlights of 2012. Terrifying and heroic, with some NSFW language.
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Walt Disney thought the 1946 film Song of the South would be his masterpiece. But Disney hasn't let it out of the vault in decades.
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13 delightful images of balloon sellers from around the world. No matter where you are, balloons bring a smile to your face.
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8 Successful People Grateful They Got Canned. Sometimes, life forces you to change direction and become what you were meant to be.

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January 7, 2013 - 12:06am
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