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Things We Saw Today: Something Better Than a Cat

Things We Saw Today

Look, we have nothing against cats. But when we see a really ambitious and tiny turtle trying to eat something as big as itself … well, show us a cat trying to do that. (at Diary of a Death Starlette)

Think Geek is selling this enlightening and not-at-all-traumatic book about how when your mom turns into a zombie, it is your moral obligation to kill her (again). (via io9)

  • Nostalgia Time: Remember Full House, the ABC sitcom about a delightfully blended family living in San Francisco, made up of a widower, his sexily Greek brother-in-law, his goofy best friend, and his three blonde, blue-eyed daughters? Well, if you’re wondering how a Greek woman (the daughters’ mother and sister of the aforementioned sexy Greek man — that was John Stamos) could defy the odds and give birth to three children bearing none of the dominant traits associated with people boasting Greek heritage, then you’re not the only one who is suspicious. If it is Punnett squares that you seek, you will not be disappointed. (at Wolf Gnards)
  • This is a vintage Tokyo subway ad featuring Superman. Slipping on gum. Translation: “Don’t throw chewing gum on the platform.” More at How to Be a Retronaut.

    Could this woman be the next featured player on Saturday Night Live this season? Mary Faber is a Broadway performer currently starring alongside Daniel Radcliffe in How to Succeed in Business and has a strong NYC improv background. Lorne Michaels says he isn’t hiring or firing anyone this season, but if they can find someone strong (or, perhaps, non-white), then why not? View her audition tape at The Apiary.

    And, finally, the yip yip aliens at Dragon*Con. (via Neatorama)

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