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Orbox -- A Web Flash Puzzle Game

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Orbox is a little Flash puzzle game where you have to figure out how to get from one place to another through various obstacles. You use the arrows to go to the directions you want.

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United States/U.S. Obesity Trend Continues to Climb; A map from 1985 to latest.

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Yahoo! News shows a graphical United States (U.S.) map from 1991, 1995, and 2003, showing the obesity trends among U.S. adults. Quite disturbing.

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Tax returns (and other files) exposed by Limewire and other P2P clients...

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Tax season is here and April 15th is near for U.S. citizens, and this was a good timing for those who do taxes on their computers. Gracie's Broadband Reports security forum thread mentions Michelle Malkin's article on people's tax return information being exposed to the public due to P2P programs like Limewire and eMule. The problem is not the software, it is the way user share their folders/directories.

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Ant's Top Picks from Viral Videos & Ads (3/26/2005)

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Viral Videos & Ads posted about 20 new TV commercials/spots/advertisements today. Only six of them were worth mentioning because they are funny and/or cool:

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Mass-mailed malware has peaked after 6 years from Melissa virus...

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Broadband Reports posted a CRN article about researcher saying mass-mailed worms have reached their peak.

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Bill Gates' current nightmare in his dream...

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UserFriendly posted a funny cartoon of Bill Gates' nightmare in his dream. It is about

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Do you believe in Jesus Christ?

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Photograph of the Day: Giant Chocolate Easter Egg!

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Yahoo! News posted a photograph of a giant chocolate Easter egg made by Belgian chocolate-maker, Guylian, in a bid to establish a new world record in Sint-Niklaas.

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Photographs of structures made out of pennies and without glues.

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Pennies - Pictures of Pennies shows amazing structures being built with special pillars. All penny columns are ten high. Watch the built process and the aftermath of being taken down.

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A guy arrested over 900 times for alcohol intoxication, and he's quite happy.

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Henry Earl was arrested 900 times for alcohol intoxication, and he was quite happy when he got his mugshots taken since 1992. There are currently 62 photographs, and I am sure that number will keep rising! I wonder if he is trying to be in Guinness World Records or something.

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Octopus species that can walk with two arms!

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Yahoo! News reports two little species of Indian Ocean octopus can tuck up six of their arms while running on the other two, U.S. researchers reported on Thursday. They can use their other six arms to disguise themselves from predators, either as rolling coconuts or clumps of floating algae, the team at the University of California Berkeley and Universitas Sam Ratulangi/Sam Ratulangi University in North Sulawesi, Indonesia found. The discovery, published in Friday's issue of the journal Science, discredits theories that walking requires hard bones and skeletal muscle, as octopuses have neither. The story has a streaming video clip as well.

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Photographs of the Day: Thrifty Drug & Discount Store's Exotic Plant Names and Pac-Man Grenade

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Blue's News posted two funny links with photographs:

  1. Pac-Man Grenade: Wakka, wakka, KABOOM!
  2. Exotic Plants: Plant signs were up at Thrifty Drug & Discount for three days before they were finally removed (including the day after Thanksgiving, traditionally the biggest shopping day in the U.S.).
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Which "Lost" character are you?

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This Zap2it test will tell you which character you fit with in ABC's Lost TV series.

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Delivery -- A Short CGI Movie

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Compfused.com posted a link to Till Nowak's Delivery that is a short movie (8 minutes and 43 seconds). There are no talkings. Be sure to grab the best quality and biggest file if you can download it.

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Easter has been canceled for this year...

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Oh, that poor furry bunny. How sad. :(

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World of Warcraft Music Video: Amish Paradise

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There is a funny and awesome Weird Al's Amish Paradise music video spoof (3 minutes and 22 seconds) from World of Warcraft that someone made.

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A Vampiric Panda in World of Warcraft?

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WorldofWar.net posted an amusing screen shot of a vampiric panda

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Move over, Karaoke. Joke-e-oke is here!

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/. report a Wired News story about a new wave in participatory entertainment with Joke-e-oke. The premise behind Joke-e-oke is that, at some level, everyone wants to be a comedian. It's a form of entertainment software that allows people, momentarily, to realize this ambition while emulating the classic comedy routines of their favorite comedians.

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U.S. Army Humvee and Panther Tank Casemods

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Stormeren made two cool P.C. case mods related to war vehicles: U.S. Army Humvee (English/Danish texts) and Panther Tank (Danish only).

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Quiz/Game: What Dog Are You?

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From Rajah Sulayman's Forumpolis thread, he posted a link (click on the link for the game/quiz) to "What Dog Are You?" It says, "There's a dog inside all of us, waiting to be let out. This game is based on a computer called SUKA built in 1975 by Russian scientist Mikhail Volkonsky and now housed in the London Science Museum." There are ten questions to answer and should only take about five minutes to complete.