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  1. The BBC Investigates Booth Babes At International CES [VIDEO]

    Consider the Following

    Last year, the BBC delved into the great Booth Babe debate at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas and decided to do a follow-up to see if anything had changed. It hadn't. While Booth Babes, attractive women hired to promote a product at a convention, are always a hot topic, some consider their inclusion at CES to be especially problematic considering it's a professional trade convention. What do you think? Should these models be removed from the equation, should men be added to even things out, or do you not see their inclusion as an issue at all? (via Bonnie Burton) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  2. Things We Saw Today: C-3PO, Drawn in One Continuous Line

    Things We Saw Today

    We dare you to try what Sam Hallows did: draw the famous droid in one line. One line. You can take breaks. (via Global Geek News)

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  3. Things We Saw Today: Tons and Tons of Toy Story Treats

    Things We Saw Today

    All of these things are either truffles or cupcakes by pastry chef/genius Ana Fuji. But how could you ever eat them? (via That's Nerdalicious)

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  4. Things We Saw Today: Booth Babes Get a New Spin

    Things We Saw Today

    Hmmmmm, these booth babes are finally taking their turn in the spotlight. About time. Rock Paper Shotgun's facetiously named post turns the camera on the dudes who turn their cameras on booth babes.

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  5. Suicide Girls Banned from Comic Con, But Booth Babes Are Totally Fine

    The LA Times is reporting that members of the internet community Suicide Girls will be banned from having a booth at this year's San Diego Comic Con for the first time in four years, and, though the information is murky on both sides, we're inclined to agree with their assessment. Comic-Con International claims that it saw evidence that adult DVDs were being sold to underage con-goers, while Suicide Girls maintains that they educate all of their con workers about proper procedure, and "instruct all girls who are present at conventions to check IDs for anyone who looks under 30. We have a large sign up at our booths that says 'You must be 18+ with ID to purchase.'"

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