Also in today's Dotted Lines: Minnie Driver reads severely inappropriate racehorse names.
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Minnie Driver reads racehorse names that were rejected for being too inappropriate. What's wrong with Ben Timover?
There's a new largest-known prime number, and it's only 17 million digits long.
- Transmogrify your desktop with these amazing Calvin and Hobbes wallpapers, combining photography and Bill Watterson's original art. You can thank redditor kr007.
A frat at Duke is under fire for an Asian-themed party. Nope, nothing racist about these pictures …
Meet the eight senators who opposed the Violence Against Women Act.
Celebrate H.R. Giger's birthday with, uh, xenomorph dubstep.
This is cool: long exposures of couples sleeping, by photographer Paul Schneggenburger.
How eight of the strangest place names in Canada got their monikers.
Surf legend Herbie Fletcher turns wreckage into art.
- What does progress look like? How about this West Point cadet taking his boyfriend to the formal?
Meanwhile, here's a guy crashing a flash mob—and making it way funnier.
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