Morning Cup of Links: The Flintstones' 50th

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The income gap between rich and poor in U.S. is at a record high now. However, Americans can't see it (or face it), whatever their income level. (via Metafilter)
A Third of ‘Extinct’ Mammals May Still Be Alive. After all, their ability to hide from predators is what enabled them to outlive the dinosaurs.
The weirdest phobias that were ever named. If you suffer from hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia, you won't want to read this list. (via Dark Roasted Blend)
Meet the Micronium, the world’s smallest musical instrument. You know its tiny when the musician has to wear a clean suit and play through a microscope!
Inside ThinkGeek, Where Mythical Meat Can Make Millions. The secret is to know your customers -and give them caffeine.
The TV series The Flintstones premiered 50 years ago today. The groundbreaking animated series left some heavy fossils on our pop culture landscape.
Three bubbles that burst. Anything that inflates too fast is liable to splatter everywhere when you least expect it.

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September 30, 2010 - 1:05am
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