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Tuesday, October 9, 2007

Daily Web Crawl

Posted By on Tue, Oct 9, 2007 at 10:04 AM

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

HERE Ian Froeb brings home the "extra-long" bacon from America's Drive-In.

On A to Z, Keegan Hamilton explains the Midwest Avengers' show cancellation, and Annie Zaleski falls in love all over again.

If you watched the Ross Kemp On Gangs videos posted here yesterday, you probably noticed the fourth part wasn't truly the end. Part five (uploaded yesterday morning) rightly concludes the compelling episode.

Take a walk through a dangerous intersection at Urban Review STL.

We must warn you -- there's a naked vlogger in town.

THERE No Trash Week is upon us! Uh, does it count if we just forget to take out the trash for a few days? (Via Treehugger)

How easily you can be replaced, Merry Maids.
  • How easily you can be replaced, Merry Maids.

The Monkey-matic 3000 does double duty as lovable companion and Merry Maid.

Someone's always got to outdo the rest of the trend whores. (Via Engadget)

EVERYWHERE Today Michael Devlin faces more charges. Malcolm Gay covered the Devlin bust for Riverfront Times back in January.

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