Think about it: when someone hugs you, it lasts about three seconds. But it's not just a rule for hugs -almost everything we do happens in three-second durations! (via J-Walk Blog)
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Portraits from the most stylish goth weddings. They do look a bit hot, however.
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Why do so many sales, parties, and ads say "the big game" when they mean the Super Bowl? Because the NFL aggressively tries to enforce their trademark name, even when they are wrong.
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How not to launch a boat. Still, the boat came out better in the end than the crane that launched it. (via Breakfast Links)
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10 Foods You Can Allegedly Make In A Coffee Maker. The only problem I see if that the coffee maker would be temporarily unavailable for coffee-making. (via Gorilla Mask)
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Paul “Bear” Vasquez, the guy who went nuts over seeing a double rainbow, swoons over other things in this New Zealand Vodaphone ad. It's catchy, but darned if I know what they are trying to sell.
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Now we have statistics that track the outcomes of the cases in each of the first ten seasons of the TV show Law & Order. Not only that, but they are compared with what was actually going on in New York City at the time -the NYC murder rate and the politics of municipal law enforcement. (via Metafilter)
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Stupid Questions: Great Moments in Super Bowl Media Day History. Since they say there are no "stupid questions," let's just call these "highly entertaining questions."

Even if you don't follow the game, the reporters can be downright entertaining.