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Morning Cup of Links: So You Want to be a Farmer…

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Did They Strike A Pose?

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Sex and sports have long been intertwined, so it's not a shock that some pretty famous athletes ended up posing sans uniform (and underwear). But some of the names might surprise you. Can you tell which of these athletes made the transition to Playboy/Playgirl model?

In 1972, Nick Nolte was the cover model on the packaging of Clairol's Summer Blonde hair lightener.

In 1972, Nick Nolte was the cover model on the packaging of Clairol's Summer Blonde hair lightener.

Morning Cup of Links: Ellen's Record-setting Tweet

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5 Questions: Big Deal

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5 Questions: How Dry I Am

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5 Questions: The Moor of Venice

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5 Questions: "Mum"s the Word

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Brain Game: This Is the End

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Roy Roger's <em>Trigger</em> was Maid Marion's horse in the Errol Flynn version of <em>Robin Hood</em>.

Roy Roger's Trigger was Maid Marion's horse in the Errol Flynn version of Robin Hood.

5 Questions: Auto Parts

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5 Questions: "-ile" Say It Again

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<em>Casu marzu</em> means "rotten cheese" in Sardinian and is commonly known as "maggot cheese" because it actually contains live maggots. The cheese is only okay to eat if the maggots are still alive. A comforting thought, right?

Casu marzu means "rotten cheese" in Sardinian and is commonly known as "maggot cheese" because it actually contains live maggots. The cheese is only okay to eat if the maggots are still alive. A comforting thought, right?

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