Morning Cup of Links: Rude Customers at McDonald's

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Community blogs in China have reported a few accounts of customers at Mini-McDonald's who continue to exhibit "overly familiar behavior" at the service counter. 

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In 2011, Christopher "CJ" Woodring applied for a post-production assistant gig at Steven Spielberg's Dreamworks. They didn't respond to his application, so he made a video. Now, according to his friend, CJ is banned from working at the film company for eternity. 

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R.I.P., Jiroemon Kimura, the world's oldest man who died this week at the age of 116.

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All these controversial stories coming out about government surveillance have sent George Orwell's classic 1984 skyrocketing on the Amazon charts. (I just wish the same would happen for Francis Ford Coppola's The Conversation.)

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A Ph.D. student at the University of Bristol laughs off previous medical claims that marijuana usage factors into mental psychosis.

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M. Night wrote She's All That. Q.T. is responsible for the It's Pat script. Check out four more ghostwriters for blockbuster movies that you would have never imagined. 

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Podcaster Marc Maron is approaching his 400th episode of WTF, but he spent the wealth of a recent interview talking about his prideful (and baneful) cat mastery

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A French girl tours Williamsburg, Brooklyn, and pays a visit to a Columbia University professor to unearth the true meaning of the word "hipster."

June 13, 2013 - 5:00am
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