Morning Cup of Links: Pre-ordering Alot of Books

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Allie Brosh

Her blog hasn't been updated in two years, but Allie Brosh has been doing alot. Her book Hyperbole and a Half: Unfortunate Situations, Flawed Coping Mechanisms, Mayhem and Other Things That Happened will go on sale in October, and is already at #10 at Amazon due to pre-orders.
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Jason Collins of the NBA became its first player to let the world know he's gay. The public response to his announcement guarantees he won't be the last.   
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Bunny shaming is now a thing. A cute thing. At least we've learned that bunnies and exposed electronic cables do not mix well.
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The Weather Channel's stunt for Tornado Week is a Twitter-powered tornado that blows air on their poor interns on camera. Tweets with their hashtag will increase the force of the wind.
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See what's going on deep beneath Manhattan as the long-awaited Second Avenue Subway line is dug. The $17 billion project is scheduled to be completed in 2016.
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6 People Who Apologized For Their Own Movie. George Lucas is conspicuously absent from the list, but he is mentioned by others.
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Watch Jason propose to Christina with a remote-control helicopter. He must've had confidence in the pilot, as the diamond ring was attached to the 'copter.
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4 bizarre plastic surgery trends that somehow exist. In case you want to go under the knife to fix things no one notices.

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