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Damn Interesting: A Russian Drilling Rig finds (2 miles below Antarctica,) a Pristine Pocket of Liquid whose Ecosystem was Separated From the Rest of the Earth Millions of Years Ago. .. (damninteresting.com)
266 points posted 5 hours ago by sid13 32 comments
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"God may destroy America over Hindu prayer in the senate" - GOP Head of Freshmen Congressmen (crooksandliars.com)
323 points posted 7 hours ago by abudabu 159 comments
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Reddit answers it's own questions [PIC] (img505.imageshack.us)
posted 1 hour ago by Corgana 20 comments
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"The people can always be brought to the bidding of the leaders [to war]...All You Have to do is Tell Them They Are Being Attacked, And Denounce the Pacifists for Lack of Patriotism, and Exposing the Country to Greater Danger." - Herman Goering at the Nuremberg trials (snopes.com)
203 points posted 6 hours ago by sid13 38 comments
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Lion Reunites with Humans rearers after years in the wild (liveleak.com)
612 points posted 12 hours ago by spliffy 107 comments
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Meet: Alex White Plume. The DEA invaded his land, cut down his hemp crops (twice) and slapped him with an injunction. (thepostvacuous.com)
88 points posted 2 hours ago by alternetnews 16 comments
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Are you ready for parenthood? Here is a checklist. (stanford.edu)
138 points posted 4 hours ago by dimacq 80 comments
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The Type of Spam Nigeria Receives (funny!) (linuxgazette.net)
138 points posted 5 hours ago by keenerd 20 comments
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This is a patriot (Photo) (image.bayimg.com)
216 points posted 8 hours ago by qgyh2 143 comments
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The Daily Show: President Bush In His Own Words (bravenewfilms.org)
98 points posted 3 hours ago by slowdive 17 comments
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One of the BEST illusions I've ever seen in my life. (coolfunnyvids.com)
71 points posted 2 hours ago by jlam1 17 comments
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Krugman: Very Scary Things - What's been happening in financial markets over the past few days is something that truly scares monetary economists: liquidity has dried up. (alternet.org)
100 points posted 4 hours ago by smacfarl 47 comments
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Subtalk [Pics] (thecleverest.com)
353 points posted 11 hours ago by neoronin 62 comments
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Opt out. Don't visit or link CNN.com, MSNBC.com, or FoxNews.com. Don't let them insult your intelligence any longer. -I've linked Reuters.com as a tolerable alternate. Suggest your own alternates please. (reuters.com)
62 points posted 3 hours ago by fangolo 46 comments
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Hobbit homes sprouting up around Wales (environmentalgraffiti.com)
121 points posted 7 hours ago by inghamb87 48 comments
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9/11 Workers Rip Rudy Over Ground Zero Gaffe (tpmcafe.com)
65 points posted 4 hours ago by democracy101 6 comments
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Java's new() is faster then malloc() (www-128.ibm.com)
207 points posted 10 hours ago by drfunky69 134 comments
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Confessions of a Vegas Bathroom Attendant (thebachelorguy.com)
46 points posted 2 hours ago by Kimura 6 comments
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Why do Redditors constantly vote for this site? All it does is steal other people's stories and add Adsense. (reddit.com)
127 points posted 8 hours ago by ekal 150 comments
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The miniOne looked just like Apple's iPhone, down to the slick no-button interface. But it was more. It ran popular mobile software that the iPhone wouldn't. It worked with nearly every worldwide cellphone carrier, not just AT&T, and not only in the U.S. (popsci.com)
66 points posted 5 hours ago by bithead 27 comments
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The Other Side of Urbanisation [Images] (archibase.net)
74 points posted 6 hours ago by WarOFF 31 comments
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Ebert Review: No end In Sight (Forcing Bush & the Neocons to Watch the Nightmare They Created) (rogerebert.suntimes.com)
34 points posted 2 hours ago by Desaparecido 14 comments
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Death by Playing Cards (gargles.net)
100 points posted 8 hours ago by garg 31 comments
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A Gentlemen's Duel (CGI Video of steampunk mecha battle, funny) (youtube.com)
89 points posted 8 hours ago by yellowking 20 comments
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2.5 billion years ago, there was a planet whose atmosphere was mostly methane with very little oxygen, and whose oceans were so rich with iron that they bore a green tint. Then a disaster happened that so transformed its climate that nearly all life on the planet perished. And guess what—you're on that planet right now. (damninteresting.com)
33 points posted 2 hours ago by boredzo 8 comments