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Steve Monaco has your Monday Movie Quiz at Couch Pundit.
Gigantic pyramids, possibly 5,000 years old and very similar to Egyptian ones, have recently been discovered in the Ukraine.
A graduate student from the University of Central Florida is missing after he was pulled underwater by a large sea turtle about three miles north of the Sebastian Inlet.
With little government oversight, an abundance of cheap medical school labor, and easy access to cadavers and organs, at least 10 Chinese body factories have opened in the last few years to supply models for exhibitions like Gunther von Hagens's "Body Worlds."
MINNESOTA BLOG OF THE DAY
Lapis is a St. Paul liberal who blogs on local and national politics, the minimum wage, health care, and light rail transit at Broken Nails.
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Candy Addict has compiled the Top 10 Grossest Candies
Courtesy of Robot Chicken: 8 Mile starring Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd
FREEDOM OF SPEECH
"I'm not welcome there. People there don't look at the fact that I knew right from wrong. They look at the fact that I put an Iraqi before an American."
-- Military policeman Joe Darby, who sent the CD of Abu Graib prison photos to the Army's Criminal Investigation Division that triggered the abuse scandal, on his hometown of Cumberland, Maryland
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