Link of the Day: Caveat Emptor Always Applies

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Marketing Ain’t Product

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Link of the Day: Don’t Let This Happen to You

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Satire – Mark Zuckerburg Wastes Entire Afternoon Responding To Facebook Comment

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Link of the Day: I Never Question Anything out of Harvard

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Satire – Harvard Study Shows Mainstream Media Caters To Low IQ Liberals

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Link of the Day: Satire – Antarctica Ice Berg Breakoff Spells Climate Change For California

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Antarctica Ice Berg Breakoff Spells Climate Change For California

I admit to having trouble telling the true and false statements apart in this one.

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Link of the Day: On the Upside, Not a Gun Control Nut

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Satire – Australia Elects Kangaroo Prime Minister

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Link of the Day: Basically, a Primitive Version of Iron Man, Smashing His Way Through to Rescue the Innocent

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Jug Life: A History of the Kool-Aid Man

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Link of the Day: It Was a Code. It Just Said… “They’re Hurting Us. Get Me out.”

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Satire – Top Symbologists Say Trump’s Tweets Indicate He’s Being Held Hostage

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Link of the Day: #6 Keep Government Out of Healthcare

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5 Simple Ways to Save Thousands of Lives (Nobody Does)

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#5 fascinates me, and – re:#3 – I didn’t know that it’s possible to overdose on Tylenol.

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If You’re Really Good, the Opening and Ending Scenes Can Be Exactly the Same

[How to End a Movie] (Viewer #729,850)

I’ve seen a lot of movie endings, and what this guy says about them makes sense. Especially for the better movies.

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Link of the Day: Number Seven Really Surprised Me

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7 Hot Facts About Mercury

I had no idea about that “can’t fly to Mercury and just start orbiting the planet” thing. I’ve watched so much Star Trek that I consider achieving standard orbit to be something so simple that even a wet-behind-the-ears academy ensign could do it right on day 1 of a new assignment.

I forget our probes don’t come with impulse engines and infinite fuel.

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Link of the Day: 6 Ways to Tell the MSM Is Bamboozling You

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Discovering Truth

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Link of the Day: If You’ve Got 10 Hours, There Are Worse Ways to Spend a Day

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The original Planet Of The Apes series became more daring from movie to movie

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Link of the Day: I’d Forgotten About “Spaceballs: The Flame Thrower”

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The 100 Greatest Props in Movie History, and the Stories Behind Them

There are a few swears in there, so you’ve been warned.

Another warning: this is a very long list, so you might want to just jot down some numbers on your first pass so you know which ones you’ll want to come back to. Otherwise you could be there for hours.

My favorites were 57 and 6

You can share your favorites in the comments, if you’ve a mind to.

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Link of the Day: I’ll Take Anything That Gets Us Out of Obama’s Hole

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Satire – Trump Promises Supporters ‘America Will Go Out On Top’ When World Ends Next Year

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Link of the Day: Satire – North Korea Agrees to Trade Away Nuclear Weapons for Krispy Kreme Franchise

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North Korea agrees to trade away nuclear weapons for Krispy Kreme franchise

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