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Things We Saw Today: One Hula Hoop to Rule Them All
by Rebecca Pahle | 5:00 pm, October 19th, 2012
That’s either a really big One Ring or a really tiny Sauron. (Neatorama)
- Female Senatorial candidates were asked in a debate whether they’d read 50 Shades of Grey. Because apparently that’s relevant somehow. (The Frisky)
- Hollywood is making a Family Circus movie. On the plus side, there’s nowhere to go but up. (Geekosystem)
- What if The Fantastic Four were written by H.P. Lovecraft? (via Tor)
Good thing the TARDIS has a pool. (TDW Geek)
- Malala Yousafzai, the 14-year-old education rights advocate shot by the Taliban, is recovering fairly quickly in the British hospital she was airlifted to after the assassination attempt. (Jezebel)
- Today is National Mammography Day. (Londonderry Patch)
- HarperCollins has debuted a video series where various writers and friends of Neil Gaiman‘s, including Lemony Snicket and Neal Shusterman, will read the author’s Coraline a chapter at time. Check out chapter one, read by Gaiman, at Mouse Circus. (via Tor)
- The Dark Knight Rises cinematographer Wally Pfister called the cinematography in The Avengers “appalling.” Hark! The opening salvo in the Great Marvel vs. DC War of 2012 has been fired! No? It’s just one cinematographer commenting on the work of another? Oh. Carry on, then. (Comics Alliance)
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