Daily Web Crawl



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

HERE Ian gives an idea of what to expect in this week's review.

Find out what RFT contributor Mike Appelstein has to say about the new Joy Division biopic on A to Z.

Two women discover the magical qualities of a soap dispenser in the Saint Louis Art Museum's restroom.

Maria at Planting Georgia Peaches in St. Louis knows Victoria's Secret.

If you don't recycle, keep these folks away from your Dumpster.

For once, someone's glad to be out of toilet paper.

Make houseguests feel like they're hallucinating with wacky wallpaper.

THERE It's true, Internet Thug. You can't get shot online -- but that doesn't mean someone won't try. (Via Crunk & Disorderly)


Never has law enforcement looked so cute.
  • Never has law enforcement looked so cute.

Never has law enforcement looked so cute.
Only in Japan: Police vehicles patrolling school areas get new and super-cute emergency lights.

How many people receive postcards from St. Louis each year?

Appear godlike at the next weightlifting session. (Via Core77)

And it's not spam that concerns some editors-in-chief -- it's those damn press releases. (Via Boing Boing)

EVERYWHERE Happy Halloween!


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