Here's a manly link for a manly day that may come in handy - how to open a beer with anything.
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Put your reading glasses on - this Ultimate Field Guide to Subatomic Particles is one of the best, most accessible articles I've ever read on the subject. A must!
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File this under "they don't make 'em like they used to" -- beautifully intricate locks. I would love to have a lock like this on my door, wouldn't you? Or does it just beg to be burgled?
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Humor can be found in unlikely places, sure, but among compliance officers? Indeed, the Comic Strip in Manhattan recently held an "America's Funniest Compliance Officer" contest. What's next, funniest tax man?
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Ok, some of you may think this is cheesy but I just love these "Reflections" pieces - remember who you were and how far you've come!
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Nerve catalogues 15 Stories About The First Concerts We Went To, including "In Catholic school at the time, I literally prayed nightly, in earnest, for Smashing Pumpkins tickets." What were your first concert, Flossers? I went to see Bob Dylan when I was about 9. My mom said to me at the time, "you'll never regret going," and I never have!
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Inspired by the photo of the couple kissing amid rioting in Vancouver, LIFE has catalogued some other strange places to kiss...
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I'll admit, I'm easily impressed by creative packaging, and if I walked into a store featuring these 30 bizarre designs I would be seriously, seriously tempted (except for the milk because I doubt it would pour well!)
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Happy Father's Day to all the dads out there! (including mine, who doesn't have a computer but I'll say it anyway!) And a big thanks to everyone sent in links this week, particularly Holly - remember to send your submissions to FlossyLinks@gmail.com, and if you're on Twitter follow me (@FlossyAlli), where I sometimes link to stories such as how the Twitterverse has renamed America.