Spent is a role playing game where you negotiate life as a poor person. The choices and results can seem random and capricious, but that's life for millions of people. (via Fark)
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A 100-year-old men's club in Alabama has been renovated and converted into a home. With some of the original fixtures and furnishings, it's a one-of-a-kind historic property I'd love to live in. (via Everlasting Blort)
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The Gippsland Lakes are a chain of lakes in eastern Victoria, Australia. A combination of fire and floods changed the conditions of the water and led to the proliferation of a new species of dinoflagellate, which glows in the dark when you disturb it. (via Monkeyfilter)
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If social media were a high school, we could slot all the sites into well-known stereotypes. Ethan Bloch has already done that, and designed a yearbook already.
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The Anchoring Effect gives you a number you can use to begin comparisons. Whether that number is a useful statistic, a random number, or a deliberate manipulation, it will affect your perceptions and choices.
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Lucy Lou is a bitch, but she's also the mayor of Rabbit Hash, Kentucky. She beat out a jackass, a possum, a cat, lots of other dogs, and even a human to win the 2008 election, and has handled her duties admirably.
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The Top Ten Passwords. Don't use these unless you're trying to hack into someone else's account. And don't do that, either.