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Friday LinkFrogging - 10/26/12
I'm a firm believer that sometimes the universe throws you signs.

When the universe takes time out of its busy day being all universal to show you some hidden thread I think you should pay attention and give that thread a little tug.

You never know what good may come of it.

Earlier this week, whilst pondering this feature, as I often do, and thinking of giving it a Halloween bent, the universe stepped in and said no, don't go that way, try this instead.

There on my feed was the announcement of the debut of the new video by Gaslight Anthem.



Please note the video's heroine.

She also appeared in an ad on the right bar of my Facebook page.

Well, given such potent signs, I decided the universe knew better than I and I changed directions.

It is, after all, the Adams way.

Please say hello to this week's cheesecake, Elisha Cuthbert.

Ms Cuthbert first appeared on most of our radars as Luke Wilson's underage hookup in Old School.  After that, she appeared in 24 as Kiefer Sutherland's oft endangered daughter, Kim.

After that she starred in the vaguely Risky Businessey, porn star next door flick, The Girl Next Door.

And, just so I can still work in my Halloween angle, Ms. Cuthbert has also appeared in the Paris Hilton vehicle House of Wax, as well as the stalker/torture flick, Captive.

Ms. Cuthbert is currently starring in the ABC ensemble comedy, Happy Endings.

In addition to all of that, Ms. Cuthbert is a huge hockey fan and is engaged to Toronto Maple Leaf, Dion Phaneuf.

Let's hit the links.



Ding Dong...the Yankees are dead.

Fourqueltology.

Breaking Bad meets Taylor Swift.

And now, the most HATED movies of the 90s.

What if the universe rewarded actual acting talent?

Ten comic book deaths that still (mostly) matter.

Colorizing the history of art.

Antarctic lake visited for first time in 20-million years

Shaolin monk drills own head

Moog factory tour

Brief visits with great drummers

Supercut of TV characters in Halloween costumes.

And finally, The Paul Lynde Halloween Special – 1976

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