Morning Cup of Links: The Wit of Dear Abby

Pauline Phillips, the original Dear Abby, passed away at age 94. In tribute, here are ten of her best columns from years past.
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Did you hear about The Guy Who Secretly Outsourced His Own Job To China So He Could Watch Cat Videos? It was a sweet gig while it lasted, but since he wasn't a CEO, it eventually caught up with him.
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Designer Matteo Civaschi of Studio H-57 made a series of movie pictograms that spell out the entire plot. But you've certainly seen these classic films, so enjoy the short graphic versions.
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Oh no! Wall Street banks and financial services are cutting back on bonuses this year. The average Goldman-Sachs employee has gone from $660,000 a year to a mere $400,000 in 2012.
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I'm sure you've played basketball by tossing laundry in a hamper. It's even more fun when you have a friend to make your bank shot into a layup.
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10 Feature Films You Didn’t Realize Started As Shorts. You can bet that soon all film pitches will be done this way.
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Canadian architect and artist Philip Beesley created an entire artificial forest from a variety of materials, from laboratory equipment to feathers. And some of it even moves, giving it the illusion of life.
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The Ultimate Loyalty of Grieving Dogs. Meet a dozen of them who stood firmly by even after their masters' death.

January 18, 2013 - 7:05am
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