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Quick Clicks: Around the Web

  • Ex-jailbirds Snoop Dogg and Martha Stewart talk mizzashed potizzies; check out Snoop's five tips for fatherhood:

    Martha is so "gangsta", says one of her commenters. [The Martha Blog]

  • PETA puts out a parody of popular Wii game Cooking Mama; their version is called "Mama Kills Animals". It didn't make us want a tofurkey, but it did remind us to get Cooking Papa to do a little more work this Thanksgiving. [PETA]

    Plus: Majesco, maker of the original Cooking Mama, responds! [Wired]

  • Suri Cruise is more influential than the Jolie-Pitt children, according to Forbes. Suri put out the following statement through her publicist: "Nyah-nyah-nyah-nyah-nyah-nyaaaah!" (Just kidding about that last bit.) [Momlogic]
  • Does genetically engineered corn (which may account for as much as 85% of the corn crop in this country) increase your chances of infertility? The Center for Food Safety worries that it might. [Gourmet.com]
  • In South Korea, 93% of all students graduate from high school on time. Compare that with the U.S., which is one of only two countries where the percentage of high school graduates is lower among younger workers than among their parents. (The other is tiny little Estonia.) [USA Today]
  • Banning fast food commercials would reduce the number of overweight children in the U.S. by 18% and decrease the number of overweight teens by 14%, says a new study. [NYTimes]

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