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Geekbook | 5 Things You Should See

I understand the Macy’s Parade went well; no “balloon incidents,” with the wind and all. Not sure about this Air Jordan cucumber thing. Yes, I see it, but don’t all cukes generally look something like this? Holden Caulfield’s cameo and three unpublished J.D. Salinger stories found their way online. This book sold for $14 million. And, Bitcoins are taking over.

This flash mob is so 2012. Why are people watching it now? Oh, I see. You’ve got to fight for your right to parody. That cute little girls and engineering story from last week — turned sour. President Obama flashed his executive kicks during Iran negotiations. And that pardoned turkey — probably won’t be around long. Fist bumps are healthier than handshakes.

From then on, teachers were effectively granted equal status with doctors and lawyers. Old Blackberry feature seems insane now. I guess I’m a little scared of self-driving cars. What’s the traditional gift for the 81st anniversary? Yeah, 81. 19 hours on a plane — nope. Speaking of planes, what’s that thing?

2,053 nuclear explosions. How to fight a baby. I can’t stop laughing at this. A sperm whale exploded (oops, no link).

5 Things You Should See

1. Katy Perry Tweets ‘RIP’ to Teen Girl Who Sang Viral Cover of ‘Roar’ 


2. 5-Year-Old Boy Gets A Surprise Worthy Of The Superhero He Is


3. Beautiful documentary shows how dad beat cancer to walk his daughter down the aisle


4. Martin Luther King’s condolence telegram to Jacqueline Kennedy


5. Fifth Graders Defend Pee-Wee Football Water Boy

Music – Deadmau5, Ghost ‘n Stuff (Radio Edit)

Words – “Some nights the sky wept stars that quickly floated and disappeared into the darkness before our wishes could meet them.” – Ishmael Beah

What’d I miss? Email me your favorite stories and images.

by Jeff Howland

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