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All of our best collected links for the last few days Before They Were The 2012 SI Swimsuit Rookies Aniston & Rudd Get Rough for GQ Paris Gets Caught In Her Headlights Bombshell McGee Flashes Lotsa Ink Cats in Olivia Munn’s Boobs Kate Upton SI Swimsuit Edition Pics Britney Spears Brings the Sexy Back Scarlett […]


A Drool-Inducing Gallery Of Monster Energy Girls Ricki Lee Coulter Nearly Commando A Kickass Lingerie Football League Brawl Courtney Stodden’s Metamorphosis Tony Romo Got His Wife Pregnant The Many Deaths Of Steve Buscemi, A Supercut Bruce Willis Expecting 4th Child Mountain Goats Singing The Mountain Goats Amy Winehouse’s Death Report Jessica Simpson Is on the […]


  Today’s fun links from around the web Moammar Gadhafi Looks Dead Portland Police Arrest Tillamook Man At Occupy Portland, Say He Showed Them Bags Of Marijuana 20 Gruesome Zombie Tattoos Man, 91, beaten with pool ball The 10 Worst Songs of the 1990s Caution: Exotic Animals Beyonce’s Deflated Bump Again Boy plays Angry Birds […]

Site of the Day: Lifehacker

When I first heard of Lifehacker I thought it was for people who were into computer hacking. Boy was I wrong. Lifehacker is a great blog for anyone looking to streamline their life, Lifehacker provides tricks and tips for getting stuff done. Whether you need tips to help with time management or a shortcut to […]

Cool, Sexy, Funny, Informative Links

Our daily whenever we freaking feel like it collection of some fun links for you. Scarlett Johansson Is Big in Russia Extra Strong Bikini Straps (Now why would you need those?) ‘Mythbuster’ wannabe arrested for shooting neighbor’s home while testing the ballistic stopping power of phone books. Goopy Paltrow Gives Up the Goods Jack LaLanne […]

Site of the Day: Remembering Pearl Harbor

World War II was a defining moment in American history. But America wasn’t even planning on joining. That changed on the morning of Dec. 7, 1941. The Japanese launched a surprise attack on Pearl Harbor. It killed 2,402 American military personnel. And it severely damaged America’s battleship fleet. It is important that we as Americans […]

Site of the Day: MapCrunch

Map Crunch is a fabulous site that links to random Google streetview images. You can spend hours here, here are some of the views I have come across in a few minutes of surfing this morning. This is an incredibly fun site to kill time on. Some amazing things can be found on a trip […]

Site of the Day: Mixoloseum

Wow, this is an amazing resource for those who mix drinks (mixologists) or just those who like to imbibe (me!) You can search by name, ingredient, or category of drinks and learn all kinds of stuff about drinks and how to make them.

Site of the Day: 12 Events That Will Change Everything

This is a special rich-media presentation of the feature, "12 Events That Will Change Everything," which appears in the June 2010 issue of Scientific American. What dramatic new events are in store for humanity? Here we contemplate 12 possibilities and rate their likelihood of happening by 2050. Some will no doubt bring to mind long-standing […]

Site of the Day: Vancouver Film School Projects

Vancouver Film School students graduate with a portfolio project or demo reel designed to demonstrate their creative and technical abilities to potential employers and collaborators. These pieces are often the key factor in our students getting hired by internationally renowned companies like Pixar, Lucasfilm, and Electronic Arts. This site is a selection of outstanding student […]