Single-Serving Site of the Day

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Only the French could dream up B00bstagram, a site devoted to Instagram-filtered chest pics that was purportedly created to raise awareness of breast cancer. Fret not -- most pics are more risqué than the one that accompanies this post. Don't miss the Archive, and don't forget to sign up for RSS.

[gizmodo]

Single-Serving Site of the Day

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Welcome to "a random sampling of history's most clueless predictions."

Among the best: "Who cares about a little terrorist in Afghanistan?" That was U.S. Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz in April 2001, responding to concerns about al-Qaida.

[theweek]

Tit-For-Baptism of the Day

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Tit-For-Baptism of the Day: Causing a stir online today is a new website that invites users to posthumously convert Mormons to homosexuality.

The single-serving site is a rather candid knock at the common Mormon practice known as "vicarious baptism" or "proxy baptism," which involves the baptizing of a living person on behalf of someone who has passed on.

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Single Serving Site of the Day: Things not going your way? Make everything OK.

(Warning: May cause someone, somewhere in the world, whom you don't know, to die.)

[reddit.]

Single Serving Site of the Day

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Single Serving Site of the Day: "Internet K-Hole" -- a fascinating, seemingly unceasing time capsule of random, caption-less snapshots and Polaroids from the 60s, 70s, 80s, and 90s.

The lack of context that makes this collection far creepier than it would otherwise be.

(NSFW, the good ol' days.)

[mefi.]

Single-Topic Tumblr of the Day

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Single Topic Tumblr of the Day: Awesome People Hanging Out Together.

Augmented by a lively MeFi thread full of context, background, and additional goodies.

Above:

Clockwise from left: Charlie Chaplin, Marlon Brando, Sophia Loren, producer Jerry Epstein, and Chaplin’s son Sydney Chaplin.