Morning Cup of Links: F. Scott Fitzgerald, Movie Critic

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When The Great Gatsby was first made into a movie in 1926, F. Scott Fitzgerald walked out of it. And why not -he already knew how it ended.
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Imagine that the special effects crew just decided to leave early one day right before the show is broadcast without finishing their work. That's apparently what happened to this Turkish TV show.
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The 5 Most Earth-Friendly Cities In America. The criteria for this list was the number of green events, which point to an environmentally aware citizenry.
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Susana Trimarco's work has saved hundreds of women from human traffickers. But she still hasn't found her own missing daughter.
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Tilly the River Otter teaches her nine-week-old baby Molalla how to swim, by dunking him in the water repeatedly. He'll get the idea eventually.
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Photographer Andy Prokh documented his daughter's lifelong relationship with her cat LiLu. The pictures of these best friends are funny and adorable.
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The father of a 13-year-old girl ran his own sting operation to catch a predator. That's one guy who won't be stalking little girls on Facebook anymore.
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Is going gluten-free healthier for everybody? Maybe, but you have to make up those nutrients somewhere else.
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The Buttered Cat paradox. If a cat always lands on its feet, and a slice of toast always lands butter-side down, what happens when you tie them together?

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