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Friday LinkFrogging - 4/15/11
Greetings from the Land of 'Geek kids.

Today would normally be Tax Day, but since Washington, D.C. is closed down for Emancipation Day (?) you've got until Monday to "render unto Caesar."

Until then, why don't you let us take your mind off all that with some links and cheesecake.

This week's selection is the very rare double dip.  True, we've been featuring two pictures of our weekly selections for some time now, but today, for only the second time ever, we'll be featuring two different ladies.

Why?

Simple really. 

Scream 4 opens today and as Wes Craven attempts to resurrect his Ghostface slasher franchise, we thought we'd do our part by featuring the ladies most associated with the franchise.

First up, above, say hello to Courtney Cox.

The former Friend and current resident of Cougar Town (make your own joke.  They do.), Ms. Cox plays intrepid reporter Gale Weathers in the series.  She's been stalked by the Ghostface killer and David Arquette.  She escaped the killer, but got knocked up and cheated on by Arquette.  I don't think that would have happened if she'd stuck with Bat-Man.  He's single-minded that way.

Recently, the paparazzi caught her in the nearly obligatory "nip slip" while on vacation.  Never one to miss an opportunity, David Letterman asked about the incident while showing the picture on his show earlier this week.  Good thing he's a friend of Bat-Man.

That's Michael Keaton kids.

 Up next, we've got Neve Campbell.  Ms. Campbell plays Sidney Prescott, the de facto heroine of the Scream movies.  She also spent some time with the Salinger five and practicing her Craft.  Still, perhaps her most famous non-Screamy cinematic moment is likely her pool makeout with former cheesecake/Mrs. Sheen, Denise Richards in Wild Things.

That's why they make the Google kids.

On to the links.

 Venom whiskey ad.

 And primordial Muppets shilling coffee.

 Recent UFO footage compilation.

 Kids being conditioned to be perfect means of production.

 Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter…shooting has started in NOLA.

 A very funny man explains it all.

10 child stars who became broken adults.

25 things you didn't know about Dave Grohl.

The Shat goes metal.

The worst beverage in America.  Take that Four Loko!

Join S.H.I.E.L.D.  Flying car not guaranteed.

Biggie's death not such a mystery anymore.

Mick Jagger and David Bowie planning comedy rock movie. 

I guess the video for "Dancing in the Streets" doesn't count.

Nicolas Cage's stolen Superman comic recovered.  No word on Penance Stare for thief.

And finally, 6 insane versions of famous cartoons that nearly got made.  (NUMBERED LIST HAT TRICK!)

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