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Morning links for Tuesday, June 30

June 30, 2009

This is too funny.  Office guys engage in a facebook status-off.  Via urlesque Iphone commercial parody. The good news?  Crocs might be on their way out.  The bad news?  Croc lovers might be converting to these.
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In the Weeds: Side of Ranch

June 30, 2009
In the Weeds: Side of Ranch

My job search is focused in Johnson County for one simple reason. I’m tired of filing tax returns in two states. We moved a few miles from Missouri to Kansas late last year, and while all the snobbery in me says the majority of interesting food is on Twain’s side of the state line,...
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Horror Whore: Shuttle

June 30, 2009
Horror Whore: Shuttle

Shuttle is a satisfying ride Color me naive, but I found this movie entirely enjoyable.  It is extremely rare that I stumble upon a film that I don’t know anything about.  I was trolling some horror web sites, when I saw an ad for this movie.  Intrigued, I scribbled the name of the movie...
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Morning Links

June 29, 2009

This is absolutely hilarious and perfect for monday morning.  Commercial for I.F.H. Mondays restaurant. A delightful spoof of The Dark Knight. RIP Billy Mays.   Yet another death over the weekend.  The Huffington Post has a collection of some of his best videos.
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How to Write a Randy Newman Song

June 29, 2009

By Nat The first thing to do is devise a narrator—one who in absolutely no way at all resembles Randy Newman. In the song “Rednecks,” for example, Randy assumes the role of an anti-Semitic Southerner singing about the North’s perception of The South. In “Political Science” he’s an uber-jingoistic American who wants to teach...
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Human Nature

June 26, 2009

By Sara My Father taught me how to moonwalk when I was eight (no light task for a man who claimed he couldn’t dance and was wearing crocheted slippers at the time). I swiped my Mother’s “Thriller” cassette shortly after she opened the insert to point out how ‘cool’ Michael looked with his tiger...
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Shoe Me

June 26, 2009
Shoe Me

Never Board of Shoes By Sara Of course, this is me we’re discussing so all things must revolve around me and my tastes in shoes. Pumas were my first fascination, those little cats were adorable yet feisty looking, right up this Allie Cat’s-er-alley. Next came Adidas and the Bad Boys who always seemed to be sporting...
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Movie Review: My Sister’s Keeper

June 26, 2009
Movie Review: My Sister’s Keeper

Don’t say I didn’t warn you After viewing this movie, I found myself in quite a pickle.  Do I recommend that you, the reader go see this movie because it was quite good?  Or do I save you from the fate that befell me, namely a near-complete mental breakdown while watching it?  I’ll let...
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Michael Jackson dead at 50

June 25, 2009
Michael Jackson dead at 50

By Shannon You’ll notice there is no RIP before his name.  That  is not an oversight on my part, but deliberate. There is clearly no debate that Michael Jackson was indeed “The King of Pop”, and that he was a pop culture icon the likes of which we may not ever see again.  Over...
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RIP Farrah Fawcett 1947-2009

June 25, 2009
RIP Farrah Fawcett 1947-2009


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