Morning Cup of Links: Frying Eggs on the Road

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Stop frying eggs on the road! Death Valley officials are tired of cleaning up your cliché breakfast.
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Lieutenant-General Sir Adrian Paul Ghislain Carton de Wiart is the most interesting man on Wikipedia. They've never made a movie of his life because the script would be too unbelievable.
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If you're having trouble waiting for the royal baby to be born in Britain, here's something to tide you over. Six-year-old Prince Hisahito is third in line to be Emperor of Japan, and he is adorably photogenic.
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Somaliland: The East African Country That Isn't. It's more stable, progressive, and peaceful than its neighbors, but cannot get diplomatic recognition.
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Dial your phone numbers carefully. If you get it wrong, you may end up speaking to someone who can't wait to screw with your business or your life.
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In A Perfect World, These Would Be The 48 Acting Nominees For The 2013 Emmys. Even in an imperfect world, some of them may make it.
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Thousands of people have died in the Arizona desert after crossing the Mexican border. Read the story of two, whose bones were found years later.
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Are memories all stored in the brain, or elsewhere? The planarian worm shows evidence of memory even after its head is chopped off and regrown.

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