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By now you've probably seen the poll, but this is the first story I've seen that goes into more detail. The poll results don't count in Mattel's decision as to which doll to make, says Julia Jensen, spokesperson for Mattel. "It's not going to impact to a scientific degree the next doll we create."
SomeOne writes \"New children\'s book from Coulter -- it\'s on my Christmas list to prevent leftist indoctrination of my children.
The Full Story, from Salon.
\"If you don\'t like it, you must be a liberal.\" \"
Jeffrey Allan Beeler writes \"A friend of mine let me know about
I would be interested to know if this has happened to any librarians.
We have had guerilla theatre but not a musical.
If you\'ve ever had the urge to stand up in a crowded library and sing about how much you love it, this one is for you. One of the funniest things I\'ve seen on the web in a long time, it\'s worth the time it takes to download.
Prangstgrüp is several students from Columbia University whose activities lie somewhere between highly sophisticated pranks and performance art. One of there more recent happenings was the staging of a musical number during a busy study time in the library.
Courtesy of today\'s memepool
SomeOne QuickSumitted This One that takes a look at book warning labels.
"Not recommended for anyone under the age of 100. Take in small doses and consult your physician before doing so. Side effects may include dizziness, soreness, self-righteousness, spraining, bruising, gloom & doom, fire & brimstone, shaking, dementia and all around insanity."
Reuters Says After a year of painstaking scientific research, the world\'s funniest joke was revealed on Thursday.
In a project described as the largest-ever scientific study into humor, the British Association for the Advancement of Science asked Internet users around the world to submit their favorite jokes and rate the funniness of other people\'s offerings.
More than 40,000 jokes from 70 countries and two million critiques later....\"Two hunters are out in the woods\"...
Charles Davis sends us a link to a
British Book-sniffing enthusiast\'s homepage. It\'s difficult to tell exactly whether this is intended as humor or not, but it\'s certainly odd. Note that the fine print on the first page reads, in part, \"And remember, the tree is our friend, don\'t trust axemen, or librarians!\" I wonder why not?