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Friday's finally here and it's almost time to trample some of your coworkers on your way to the exit. Here's a small dose of internet goodness to pass the time until you can make your escape.
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Friday's finally here and it's almost time to trample some of your coworkers on your way to the exit. Here's a small dose of internet goodness to pass the time until you can make your escape.
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Friday's finally here and it's almost time to trample some of your coworkers on your way to the exit. Here's a small dose of internet goodness to pass the time until you can make your escape.

1. The right is of course claiming this scalp, saying that it's proof Obamacare was a failure. Sure, the rollout was plagued by issues, but if 7-million people signing up for health insurance is a failure we need more failures like it from Washington.

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2. And by "suspicious incident," they mean "potential sexual assault."

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3. Well, this would certainly explain why Jesus volunteered to die.

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4. You know, sometimes a community has to come together and make the collective decision to step into the strike zone and take one for the whole team. In other words: Shut up -- this is the nectar of the gods we're talking about.

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5. Step One: Read Glenn Greenwald's Twitter feed carefully.

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6. Speaking of which, hacky's back in town.

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7. So many good ones on this list. But #10. That could very well have been the most lovely, powerful and moving six-and-a-half minutes of television ever created. It's rare that TV rises to the level of poetry -- but it did it here.

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