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Friday, February 29, 2008
Happy Leap Day, everyone! Alternatively, according to Wikipedia, you can call this Bissextile Day. Wikipedia also says that women are "permitted" to propose marriage during leap years. Oops, I was two years off. Sorry, Bunny.

Not only is it Leap Day, but it's also Friday, and that means...links from others!

From Cassandra: the secrets of our own solar system are pretty interesting, and a theory about Venus gets its own story. Also: a plaza older than the Giza Pyramid has just been discovered in Peru; scientists have figured out how Mayans got that blue pigment they used for decoration -- and for human sacrifices; and, for something completely different, Roger That Cards offer all sorts of snarky commentary for the outspoken.

Holly sends in a news story about Boy George and asks, "Is he in court more than out these days?"

From Bunny: how to make Hanna-Barbera's Wacky Races cars out of paper, and a goofy quiz asking you to discover which spice you are. (For the record, he was cilantro and I was basil.)

Have a spiffy weekend, everyone! See you Monday.


Jinnet @ 2/29/2008 : comments: 1
Comments: 1

10:20 AM  
Anonymous Cassandra: I'm garlic. Which is good, I LOVE garlic-cannot get enough of it-much to the disgust of my coworkers.

Is it lunchtime yet?



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