2011 Sendai earthquake,Fukushima Daiichi,Nuclear Crisis,Photo Series
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Photo Series of the Day: The first photos of the so-called Fukushima Fifty -- the fifty heroic nuclear reactor employees working around the clock to prevent a meltdown at the Fukushima Daiichi power plant -- have finally emerged.

An additional 150 workers have since joined the original fifty, of which five are believed to

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Worst Arcade Ever of the Day: Spotted in Russia: A tow truck equipped with a giant claw crane.

[videosift.]

2012 Presidential Electio,equality for all,Fred Karger,LGBT rights
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Political Progress the Day: Fred Karger, a retired political consultant from California, announced on his official website that he will be in DC today to officially file paperwork with the Federal Election Commission, making him the first to announce his commitment to Presidential candidacy --

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Music Video of the Day: Blitzen Trapper's number one fan Rainn Wilson wants nothing more than to join his favorite band on stage, but they heartlessly turn him down.

His rejection-handling skills could use a tune up.

[blogtown.]

How About That,Liz Taylor,Mel Gussow,rip
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How About That of the Day: Mel Gussow, the New York Times critic who penned the Gray Lady's Liz Taylor obituary, passed away in 2005.

[@ditzkoff.]

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Interspecies Altercation of the Day: A snake meets its match.

[sayomg.]

Dear Blank,Letterpress Cards,Please Blank
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Letterpress Cards of the Day: Jared Wunsch and Lisa Krowinski @ Sapling Press have teamed up to turn choice submissions from the sometimes-hilarious, sometimes-douchey, always-entertaining Dear Blank, Please Blank into a set of letterpress cards.

Each 4-1/8 x 5-3/8 cotton paper card costs $4.50 + shipping. New

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