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  1. Amazing Parents Develop Ninja Pizza Girl Game Based on Their Daughters’ Real World Delivery Experiences

    Ninja pizza: pizza that vanishes quickly, without a trace.

    The idea behind Ninja Pizza Girl is simple: the developers' daughter is a kung fu-practicing pizza delivery girl in reality, and they wanted to make a game that showcased that real life experience in a fun way and also addressed real world issues we've all faced. The game looks to do just that by having you deliver pizza parkour-style and fight some pretty unconventional villains—garbage-throwing, insult-slinging peers.

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  2. YouTube Star Issa Rae Developing Lady-Led HBO Comedy Series with Larry Wilmore

    Cautiously Optimistic

    Issa Rae was inspired by her own experiences when creating her 2011 webseries The Mis-Adventures of an Awkward Black Girl, but wasn't motivated to finally get out there and do it until she read an article about the absence of black female nerd characters in television and movies, and the fact that her fame began with the Internet is only one reason why it's pretty cool that HBO appears to have taken an interest in her talents.

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  3. 9-Year-Old Chess Expert Makes Us All Feel Unaccomplished

    Supergirly

    Chess is a game that takes years of planning, hard work, and skill to master. It is notoriously the pursuit of the brainy and usually is thought of as a nerdy boys' club. That, however, is not the case for this incredible player. Nine-year-old Carissa Yip (of Massachusetts) is a chess expert, but not only that: She reached the level of expert "at a younger age than anyone since the chess federation began electronic record-keeping in 1991." Impressed? Hit the jump for more amazing facts about this tiny chess champion.

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  4. Artist Draws Superheroes Based on Little Girls Dressed as Superheroes; We Squeal

    Supergirly

    Undergrad biology student Alex Law's new blog, Little Girls are Better at Designing Superheroes Than You (or BetterSupes.tumblr.com) is a blog after our own hearts. Law finds photos online of proud little girls dressed as their favorite superheroes, which are sometimes necessarily modified from the original design, and then draws superheroines with uniforms based on their costumes. It's adorable. Law notes that this is something he can only do in his spare time in between other projects, so updates will be few and far between. But there's already more than enough to geek out over.

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  5. Game of Thrones’ Emilia Clarke Wants To Wear Her Daenerys Wig All The Time, Do Meth On Breaking Bad

    Winter Is Coming

    We all know wigs play an important role in HBO's Game of Thrones but they apparently also play a role in anonymity for the actors.  So much so Emilia Clarke, who plays Daenerys Targaryan on the series, goes completely unrecognized. Even at HBO events. See what the actress had to say about her trademark white blonde wig and the two other hit shows she'd love to guest star on. 

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  6. Things We Saw Today: The S.H.I.E.L.D. Pilot Wrapped

    Things We Saw Today

    And somehow, this thing still has to get approved before it becomes a real series. (SuperheroHype)

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  7. HBO’s Girls, But With Robots

    i'll just leave this here

    First an HBO series, and then what? Soon enough robots are going to want out of the cleaning services and into jobs that we actually respect a person for doing. And then they'll want to vote!

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  8. Afghanistan’s First Co-ed Skateboarding School [VIDEO]

    Girls Just Wanna Have Fun

    Skateistan was created by Australian skateboarder Oliver Percovich a few years ago after children on the streets of Kabul, Afghanistan saw him using his board. And with that, skateboarding hit Afghanistan. But it didn't end there. "Skateistan's development aid programs work with growing numbers of marginalized youth through skateboarding, and provide them with new opportunities in cross-cultural interaction, education, and personal empowerment programs," explains their website. "In Kabul, Skateistan's participants come from all of Afghanistan’s diverse ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds, and include 40% female students, hundreds of streetworking children, and youth with disabilities. In our skatepark and classrooms they develop skills in skateboarding, leadership, civic responsibility, multimedia, and creative arts, exploring topics such as environmental health, culture/traditions, natural resources, and peace." Take a look at this short video they put together then watch this short film for more information. (Upworthy via Kate Kotler) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  9. Things We Saw Today: A Bicycle Built for Eleven (Timelords)

    Things We Saw Today

    Nine: always bloody furious. (Fashionably Geek)

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  10. Things We Saw Today: Zombie Bunny

    Things We Saw Today

    For Easter: a zombie bunny by Ruben Martinez! We don't recommend leaving out any live carrots. Or people. (via The Zombie Research Society)

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