Criss Angel walks through glass, and someone on the internet offers an explanation of how.
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Extra! Extra! Read all about it: Spiders are getting bigger! (May cause anxiety for arachnophobes).
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Underwater photo contest winners

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Speaking of the ocean, the secrets of a monster wave revealed with this amazing slow-mo video.
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From the Annals of the Ridiculously Cute: a slow loris loves getting tickled. I wonder if there is such a thing as slow loris slow mo. It would probably be imperceptible to the human eye!
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For those who long to talk to their computer, a new invention may pave the way. To me, this sounds a lot like what Ask Jeeves was supposed to accomplish (but never really did).
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After hearing reports last week that two men who reportedly had swine flu were, in fact, just hungover, this "informative" website is made all the funnier. (Thanks Kolja!)
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Wisdom may be drawn from many places. The answers to life's deepest questions may come from unexpected locales. Such as, for instance, a urinal.
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Need to get your quote on? Flossy friend Larry provides a video link to the 100 Best Movie Lines (or at least most recognizable movie lines) in 200 seconds. How many of those films have you seen?

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Bringing the outdoors in with a glacier sofa and a peacock chair, for the adventurous. (Many thanks to Jan for that find)
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Are using goats as lawn-mowers the green approach to grass care? Anything's possible in Chicago. (Thanks Daniel!)
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Ah good, a new way to pawn off responsibility: the anger gene is found! (Maybe she's born with it / maybe it's anger gene)
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From the Annals of the Ridiculously Cute Part II: Flossy reader Ben has sent in a short video on his little rock star kid. The final pose is worth the wait.
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Calling all Trekkies: "On his English sitcom "Spaced," Simon Pegg affirmed the geek truism that only the even-numbered Star Trek films are decent, and the rest are crap (or words to that effect)." So does the odd/even rule hold up? Find out and weigh in!
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A nice reminder that Wikipedia is not the fact source we all secretly pretend that it is.
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To fill your "aw shucks!" moment of the day: a picture of a tiny puffer fish! Yes, the photog did toss him back into the ocean afterward.
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Finally, the weirdest thing found on the internet today: keyboard cat (Courtesy of my friend Declan)

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