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May 31, 2013

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Sam

The pipe cleaner wolf is really good. (Unlike the giant homemade Kinder egg.)

Anna

A gallery of quality literature.

I'm torn between Perverted Passions and Women and Vodka.

jdm

Creepy video, but that's me, I'm thinking many people will find it hilarious. Also, it seems significant that the comments were disabled at YouTube; you don't often see that.

AC1

http://www.flickr.com/photos/42080330@N03/8692552338/

Now I know where Fallout3's art direction came from.

rjmadden

Home-made giant Kinder Surprise goes horribly, horribly wrong.

It looked doomed to fail from about step four. Full marks for perseverance though.

Simen Thoresen

Chicken Yodeling http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yO7MWuJ7zLA . Weirdly that's not a googlewack.

And yeah. The egg was just very, very sad.

-S

Jason

"Beetle sphere". Yeah, but can he make an ashtray out of it?

http://8bitx.com/steelstearling/the%20tick/02/25.jpg

Sam

David, more on the Guardian's "data-driven" coffee shop...

"The Guy Newsroom relocated to trendy Shoreditch this morning to sample Guardianista barista’d coffee in the heart of hipsterdom… We planned to write our Sun column in what is effectively the Guardian’s embassy in Tech-City. One fundamental teething problem – there is no WiFi."

http://order-order.com/2013/05/31/easy-to-mocha-wifi-is-latte-for-guardiancoffee-launch/

David

more on the Guardian’s “data-driven” coffee shop...

Oh my. The home-made giant Kinder egg is looking pretty good in comparison. It really is pure essence of Guardian. But hey, if they can sell, oh, around 30,000 coffees a day, every day for the next five years, there’s still a chance they could offset the Guardian’s losses.

What?

Anna

One fundamental teething problem – there is no WiFi.

LOL. Who would have guessed the smartest people in the country would screw it up?

David

Don’t laugh. It’s “the future of open journalism.”

Or, to paraphrase one of the many, many tweets mocking the place… “In a desperate bid to remain solvent, the Guardian has launched a satirical coffee shop.”

rabbit

It must be frustrating for the polar bear to see all of those tasty appetizers displayed on the other side of the glass.

rabbit

I, for one, am sick and tired of space aliens laying waste to our cities.

Darleen

I first read "Sharknado" as "Snarknado"

"Enough said," indeed.

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