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Bureau Chiefs News

Adam Warrock has released his first music video over on Angry Asian Man in support of his annual donation drive (he releases free music all year and only asks for money once). Check out the sweet minivan in the video!

RJ White is restarting The City Desk!

Check out You Chose Wrong, a Tumblr from Andrew Weiss dedicated to horrible endings of choose your own adventure books.

Did you know that the next season of the Variants had a successful kickstarter?

Mike Sterling presents some superhero bookmarks from 2006.

It is collectible Card Game Week for Dave Lartigue.

In manga blogging news, I’m co-hosting this month’s manga moveable feast on the great Takehiko Inoue.

Write More Good has the premium used price of two cents!

But you still have to pay at least six dollars for Matt Wilson’s Supervillain Handbook!

Valentimes Day

Check out MSNBC’s Technolog for an account of The nerdiest lovers’ spat Twitter has ever seen.

Under normal circumstances, those who witness a lovers’ spat are often left feeling awkward and as if they intruded on an incredibly private moment. But somehow everything changes once Twitter gets involved — especially if the bickering parties are the grammar gods behind the Associated Press (AP) Stylebook and their counterparts, the funny bunch who runs the @FakeAPStylebook parody Twitter account.

Check out the full story here!

FakePewResearch profile and interview on the Daily Dot

Head over to the Daily Dot for a profile of FakePewResearch and comments from Bureau Chiefs Ken Lowery, RJ White, and David Wolkin.

“Did you know that 33 percent of puppies never get hugged?

Or that the top baby names for 2011 were Edward, Harry, Dylan, Chase and Sealteamsix?

If you do, chances are you are one of the more than 13,800 people following @fakepewresearch, a hilarious new parody Twitter account from the minds behind @fakeapstylebook. The account parodies the Pew Research Center, a think tank established in 2004 as a subsidiary of The Pew Charitable Trusts, known for its public opinion polls and social science research.”

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