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The Daily Word in Quebecois student protests, oral contraception for men, the comic sans song, and John McAfee's action film worthy life in Belize

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John McAfee, founder of McAfee Anti-Virus is in hiding in Belize.

A Washington Post writer says Dan Quayle was right about Murphy Brown.

The Comic Sans Song.

A dude reassembled a 1925 MG that was discovered buried in pieces underneath a cattle barn.

Remembering the Easy-Bake Oven.

Some Canadians are facing a Kafkaesque post-9/11 problem in proving their citizenship.

Hawaii responds to AZ Secretary of State Ken Bennet's Obama birth certificate request by asking Bennet to prove who he is.

Young man with purpose squatted in AOL's headquarters for two months.

Steve Miller Venn Diagram.

There's going to be a Philip K. Dick festival.

There are huge student protests happening in Montreal and there is a lot of banging on pots....

Bill Murray stars in a film about walking in slow motion.

Crass Serbian seeks wife.

This mean homophobic woman defines "lowest common denominator."

Former Alibi arts&lit editor John Bear has a blog.

An oral contraceptive for men?

On this day in 1927, the fifteen millionth Model T rolled off the assembly line.


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Tomé Mud Play

Throw that pot!
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Throw that pot!

Get your hands dirty during a day of clay at the Tomé Art Gallery. Then be blindfolded and throw a pot. (On a wheel, of course. Kinda like in Ghost.) The blindfolded-pot-throwing contest is just one of the cool things happening. Gallery potters will lead visitors through multiple experiences, such as constructing clay animals. Learn how to make an olla! Don't know what that is? Find out! Experts in specific kinds of clay firingespecially raku and horsehairwill explain what those are, and visitors can glaze and fire some premade vessels. The demo day ushers in the gallery's annual show, which runs May 20 through 29, and features work from more than 10 professionals, as well as students from ongoing pottery classes. Works ranging from functional stoneware to sculpture will be on display.

Having a good time at demo day
Heidi Snell/Visual Escape Images
Having a good time at demo day
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