The ultimate couch potato accessory: a universal remote that doubles as a bottle opener (surely having liquid and electronics so close together isn't a great idea ...)
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From RJ, behold! "King Mindon of Burma wanted to leave something to posterity.  As a book lover he thought that literature was one of the most valuable elements of an enlightened society so he planned to leave a book behind him.  Not any old book though "“ this would be the largest book in the world."
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In the category of "Just Because:" a very loud rabbit.
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After sending this link for Canned Unicorn Meat to some friends (thanks to another friend, Preston), one replied "Someone take Allison's computer away.  She just found ThinkGeek and is clearly not ready for it." Whaddya mean? I've been ready for it my whole life!
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Here's how our friends at CollegeHumor celebrated April Fools' Day.
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A thoughtful article that explores whether Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld Comedy's Lennon and McCartney, as well as what The Marriage Ref can teach us about creative partnerships.
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Find out where you milk comes from by using the tracking codes on your containers - apparently my sour cream is from Iowa! (no surprise?)
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What's in a name? I can't tell you, but I do now know what's in a number: here are 13 famous numbers and their stories.
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From the Annals of Nostalgia: the best McDonald's superhero happy meals.
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Finally, enjoy this absolutely amazing card trick (and see if you fail like I did at the hand thing before it)
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