Longer needles needed for fatter buttocks, from Yahoo! News, courtesy of Josh.

Item from Engrish.com, courtesy of Josh.

Cyclists team up in sport, life: Salem now home for dynamic duo, from The Boston Globe, courtesy of Robin and Josh.


Gimme an Rx! Cheerleaders Pep Up Drug Sales, from The New York Times.

Advice for Friends of Cyclocross, from the 20 Jan 1921 issue of Le Miroir Des Sports, courtesy of Brad.


In the Line of Fire, from The New York Times, courtesy of Rachel.

The Way We Eat: Dream Machine, from The New York Times.


Kazakhstan threatens "Borat" with court, from Yahoo! News, courtesy of Brad.


The Delicate Job of Transforming a Geisha, from The New York Times.

'Gulag' leak from CIA men, from the Sunday Times, courtesy of Mark A.

A Wal-Mart-Brand Symposium: Academics and PR Coexist at Conference on Social Impact, from the Washington Post, courtesy of Mark A.


Is Maureen Dowd Necessary?: The Times op-ed columnist adds nothing to the debate between the sexes, from Slate.

The Word We Love To Hate: Literally, from Slate, courtesy of Alison.

Daily Show: Corddry - Double Vision. "Rob Corddry would love to report on Scooter Libby, but there's a giant ball of tin foil to look at."


Experts say US is losing war on terror, from Reuters courtesy of Josh.

A New Weapon for Wal-Mart: A War Room, from The New York Times.

On Target, from The Boston Globe Magazine. "So what's the big difference between Target and Wal-Mart? We welcome one to a prime corner of Downtown Crossing but cold-shoulder the other."

Two Koreas to Compete as Single Nation at Olympics, from The New York Times.

On Gravity, Oreos and a Theory of Everything, from The New York Times.

But Will It Stop Cancer?, from The New York Times.

Scientists Link a Prolific Gene Tree to the Manchu Conquerors of China, from The New York Times.