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I’ve enjoyed several of the odd team-ups that Super-Team Family: The Lost Issues have put together, and when they decided to do one with Captain Carrot you know I had to share it with all of you. I’ll also agree with the blog that Captain Carrot and His Amazing Zoo Crew would be perfect for DC Nation’s animated shorts, or even their own animated series (think Justice League meets Tiny Toon Adventures).

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Because everything needs to be more like Star Wars

Twitter Star War

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Dark Roasted Blend has a nice collection of futuristic designs from the 40′s, 50′s and 60′s (with a couple relatively new concepts thrown in as well).

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Photo Timeline

by Cap'n Carrot on April 5, 2012 · 0 comments

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If you’ve got some free time this morning check out Photo Timeline. Put in a subject, select a date, and get up to four pictures from that year to the present. Pretty cool.

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There are characters we fall in love with. The perfect mix of actor and writer that breathes magic onto the screen or inside the television. One of those characters is Castle‘s Kate Beckett. Continue reading Awesome Characters – Detective Kate Beckett

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What screams Valentine’s Day more than an infographic? Nothing this side of Star Wars, I say! Check out this fun infographic from Ultimate Coupons that shows what your Valentine’s Day gift says about your relationship.

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At least that’s what the Geek Zodiac tells me, and who am I to disagree?

[via Walyou]

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Cracked has a humorous collection of honest album covers that’s worth a quick look.

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Arby’s has introduced its new $2.99 Grab-N-Go Meal Deal which allows customers “to go behind the counter at any franchise location and grab as much roast beef as they can with their bare hands” for $3. We’re pretty sure this means we’ll have to do the Four Color Freak-Out at the local Arby’s from now on as Bobby has decided to move into their lobby.

Oh Onion, this is why love you.

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Mighty God King has put together a fun collection of covers from Atari 2600 games which are a little more truthful than I remember.

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