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

HERE Food writer Michael Ruhlman gives Gut Check some love.

My Bloody Valentine reuniting? A to Z clues you in.

St. Louis Blues + five goals + ticket stub = free Taco Bell free generic tacos? What a joke.

In other sports news, the Cards are getting sued for spreading a nasty rumor -- over a text message, no less!

This is Frippy in the fall.

Lo-Fi Saint Louis gets efficient at the Green Homes Festival hosted by EarthWays Center (RFT's pick for Best Place to go Green).

www.lolrudy.blogspot.com

Nooo, he's not LOL-worthy!
  • Nooo, he's not LOL-worthy!

Nooo, he's not LOL-worthy!
THERE MySpace-a-holics beware: Aside from the endless, annoying offers for free Macy's gift cards posted by "friends," one wrong click on Alicia Keys' page (and maybe others) could leave you vulnerable.

OK, now LOLcats have officially become passé.

At A.V. Club's Tolerability Index, discover what's more unbearable: Wendy's strange-white-dude-in-red-wig commercials or network television's new video site Hulu.

NBC wouldn't pay for its writers' Emmys? WTF. (Via Perez Hilton)

What were these spam messages peddling? Draw your own conclusions. (Via Core77)

And you thought J. Lo was high maintenance -- these diaper-clad yogis do some serious daycare downward dog. (Via Neatorama)

Get uninvited to every social event with this disturbing and dandy guide. (Via Shiny Shiny)

EVERYWHERE Benazir Bhutto under house arrest.

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