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

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Hey, I was gonna eat that.
  • Hey, I was gonna eat that.

Hey, I was gonna eat that.

HERE Paul Friswold still has Macbeth on the brain.

Ian Froeb wonders if 8 p.m. reservations qualify as late in this city.

Christian Schaeffer makes a guest appearance on A to Z to recap the Kilo Riley show in CoMo.

Queen Mediocretia* of Suburbia dispels the myth that she single-handedly destroyed Noah's Ark, that once spectacular recently destroyed St. Charles restaurant.

Open house season is here for many school districts, and Angie at Fluid Pudding gets a bit randy at hers (or at least tries).

THERE Now you can get the closest view ever on Google Moon. Google opted to delete the cheese-zoom feature, even though it was much more fitting. (Via Mashable)

Have a water ring on a wooden surface that you can't get out? It’s easy; just mix mayo and cigarette ash??? Sick. Click here for more tips. (Via lifehaker)

It was an honest mix-up.

EVERYWHERE It's probably best for everyone to have a hearty laugh about the political hubbub of the past few weeks (yet still cry on the inside).

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