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Thursday, September 13, 2007

Daily Web Crawl

Posted By on Thu, Sep 13, 2007 at 11:45 AM

Your daily guide to what they're whispering about in the next cubicle.


Stay in school, or hustle pool.
  • Stay in school, or hustle pool.

Stay in school, or hustle pool.

HERE About a Son director AJ Schnack reveals to Annie Zaleski the soundtrack to his life on A to Z.

Ian Froeb auditions to be the next star reporter at the Evening Whirl.

KSDK might be "Where the News Comes First," but arcade games evidently come next. From Frogger to Pac Man, KSDK's Web site has a new section with all of the old-school games. What they really need is the Oregon Trail.

Where can a pool hustler go to learn sweet moves like this one?

And apparently Sugared Harpy didn't need to take the quiz on yesterday's post -- she decided to pass on the gas (with oily spots) and keep her 30 pounds.

THERE Watch the FCU (Fact Checkers Unit) get the facts on Bill Murray. If only fact-checking was really that exciting.

If you haven't seen Kanye's rant yet, know that it's probably just another marketing scheme to boost record sales.

Ah, if only these people had the Internet when they were young. Maybe things would be different. (Via boing boing)

EVERYWHERE On a slow news day in the blogosphere, Chris Crocker parodies and personal attacks are bound to run rampant.

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