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Today on The Daily What Geek: The evolution of PC games

Elsewhere on the Internets:

  • Busted: A lettuce-stomping Burger King employee, by 4chan
  • Upheld: The Boy Scouts' ban on openly gay troup leaders and scouts
  • Frisked: The man with the world's largest p*nis, by the TSA
  • Signed: Johnny Depp, for Wes Anderson's next movie
  • Awesome: An NYC bus driver, who caught a 7-year-old girl who fell from three stories up
  • Clarified: Louis C.K.'s support for Daniel Tosh in the aftermath of his rape joke
  • Richer: Canadians, than Americans, for the first time in ages

Lunchtime Learning: Where Do Seedless Watermelons Come From? Lunchtime Leisure: Heroes Rise (via) Lunchtime List: The 10 Greatest Young Adult Series Of All Time

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Today on The Daily What Geek: Darth Vader interviews himself... as a child.

Elsewhere on the Internets:

  • Arrested: At least 12, after a drunken river rafting adventure devolved into a drunken brawl
  • Greeted: Hillary Clinton, with shouts of "Monica, Monica!" upon appearing in Egypt
  • Denied: A Comic Con fan, by Michelle Rodriguez, when he propositioned her at a fan panel
  • Deceased: Donald J. Sobol, the author who created Encyclopedia Brown
  • Required: Masturbation, discussion of past sexual abuse, to pass "human sexuality" class at Western Nevada College
  • Amazing: A coffee ad from 1652, which claims that drinking the brew doesn't make you poop

Lunchtime Learning: 10 Ways You Can Use Your Smartphone For Science Lunchtime Leisure: Didi's Adventure (via) Lunchtime List: The Most Awesome Cats In Art History

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Today on The Daily What Geek: All the latest from Comic Con

Elsewhere on the Internets:

  • Banned: Politicians, from speaking at this year's 9/11 memorial ceremony
  • Happening: The long-rumored Twins sequel, according to Arnold Schwarzenegger
  • Increasing: Plastic surgeries, in the age of social networking
  • Protested: A ban on outdoor grilling, in a suburb of Pittsburgh
  • Horrific: A University of Washington student's suicide, over chronic blushing
  • Engineered: A non-browning apple, currently under review
  • Debated: Whether David Letterman spoiled the ending of The Dark Knight Rises

Lunchtime Learning: Why Does Getting Hit In The Testicles Hurt So Much? Lunchtime Leisure: Perspective (via) Lunchtime List: The 35 Best Tumblr Pics From 1990

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Today on The Daily What Geek: All the latest from Comic Con

Elsewhere on the Internets:

  • Investigated: The psychology of Bronies
  • Awesome: AMC will stream Breaking Bad online for free for Dish customers
  • Predictable: A South Carolina funeral home has added a Starbucks
  • Fitting: Christian Bale and Nicholas Cage will play Nikola Tesla and Thomas Edison
  • Controversial: GM's new "love it or return it" offer
  • Accused: Romney, of getting booed on purpose in NAACP speech, "to appeal to white racists"

Lunchtime Learning: How One Dad Got Lawn Darts Banned Lunchtime Leisure: TRI (via) Lunchtime List:  The 20 Best Arrested Development Recurring Jokes And Inside Gags

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Today on The Daily What Geek: The new Marvel box set will blow your mind

Elsewhere on the Internets: 

  • Linked: DNA at an Occupy Wall Street protest, to a 2004 unsolved murder
  • Released: One of 169 Guantanamo Bay detainees
  • Apologetic: Daniel Tosh, after he was criticized for saying that all rape jokes are funny
  • At War: Old Spice and Taco Bell, over "fire sauce"
  • Finally: The MLB stadium guide to craft beer
  • Named: A new language, after Stephen Colbert
  • Controversial: California's high-speed rail plan

Lunchtime Learning: A Brief History Of The Wife-Carrying World Championships Lunchtime Leisure: Lee Lee's Quest 2 (via) Lunchtime List: The Creepiest Twins On Film

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Today on The Daily What Geek: Things Batman WON'T be saying in The Dark Knight Rises

Elsewhere on the Internets:

  • Pitiful: Death threats directed at Brad Pitt's mom for her criticism of Obama
  • Spotted: A 5-month-old baby, smuggled in baggage at a UAE airport
  • Deceased: Dennis Flemion of The Frogs, at 57
  • Official: The first-ever Internet Cat Video Film Festival
  • Sold: A tremendous video game collection, for $1.2M
  • Compiled: The 20 best pics of women and bacon

Lunchtime Learning: Why The Metric System Might Be Screwed Lunchtime Leisure: Sun God (via) Lunchtime List: 24 Spoiled Brats Complaining About Their Maids On Twitter

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Today on The Daily What Geek: Michael Fassbender will co-produce and star in an Assassin's Creed movie

Elsewhere on the Internets:

  • Won: $157,000, by OxFam, in a bet that Federer would win a 7th Wimbledon title by 2020
  • Settled: Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes' divorce, already
  • Outraged: Hamid Karzai, who wants Taliban members who executed a woman in public arrested
  • Launched: Legalize Love, a campaign by Google targeting countries where homosexuality is illegal
  • Detained: An alleged al-Qaida militant, for stalking the London Olympics venue

Lunchtime Learning: How 5 Pop Culture Apocalypse Scenarios Could Happen Lunchtime Leisure: Spin Spin Episode 1 & Episode 2 (via) Lunchtime List: The 20 Most Beautiful Museums In The World

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Today on The Daily What Geek: Introducing X-Men director Bryan Singer's upcoming web series, H+

Elsewhere on the Internets:

  • Fooled: A deadbeat dad, lured home after 19 years with the promise of a role in a Jennifer Aniston movie
  • Won: The war against airbrushing in Seventeen magazine, after a campaign by a 14-year-old reader
  • Declared: Internet access to be a human right, by the U.N.
  • Weak: The latest jobs report, released today
  • Sweet: Pearl Jam lets a long-time fan create the setlist for their Amsterdam show
  • Declined: His old job, by the lifeguarder who was fired for saving someone
  • Captured: The title of world's most expensive whiskey, by a $460,000 bottle

Lunchtime Learning: Why Do Flamingos Stand On One Leg? Lunchtime Leisure: Super Cartographer (via)

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