Babies are small and cute and cuddly ... except this baby. You do not want to cross him at the wrong moment (although a moment later, don't worry about it!)
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Very cute foreign commercial of a bird at home (I love the cuckoo clock).
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Score one for the human race - elephant amputee gets permanent prosthetic leg.
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Stressed? Bored? Uncertain? Here are a few pearls of wisdom from the Dalai Lama to keep in mind as you live each day.
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Mmmm, slime molds!
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This is a really great resource for musicians and composers - free staff paper PDFs (with plenty of variations). You can also make some chic wall decorations with sheet music if you feel so inclined!

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Cracked.com takes on Indie music - with (predictably) hilarious results.
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From Jan, some fun with safety graphics. Well, not fun so much as "what exactly are they trying to convey here?" The results of not following the safety guidelines are clearly not fun at all!
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Getting sick of all the hype around Twitter? Call TweetleJuice!
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A collection of amazing photos taken at just the right moment ...
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From Yvonne, a funny video response to the video "how to open a banana like a monkey." In this version - how to open (And eat) a banana like a gorilla.
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Afraid of scary music? It could be better keep your eyes open. Apparently, closing your eyes could make creepy music even scarier. I definitely avert my eyes, if not close them, during scary music moments in movies!
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Speaking of scary ... NPR presents a photo essay, "Absence Of Water: Abandoned Pools"
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Ah, l'amour. In fact, nothing says romance like glowing, flashing, musical condoms, n'est-ce pas?
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A great showcase of the Funniest Signs From Town Hall Protests. Remember kids, always proofread your protest signs before you go pubic ... I mean public.
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A chart about the perils of being a Bad Drunk vs. the occasional splendor of being a Good Drunk.
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Hmmm ... prepare! "Zombies would most likely wipe out humanity if they really existed," claim scientists. (Zombie pic ensues, you have been warned!)
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Maybe pointless but also oddly entertaining: Virtually splice animals together.
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Really cool concept - a performance piece that interacts with your browser screen.
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