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    Backpacker Bill Passman decided to get a tattoo of a world map on his back, then he began filling the map in as he travelled…After a trip that took him through Africa (with a stop in Canada, apparently) he was able to make a lot of progress filling in his tattoo…the images jump more.
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    Valentine's Day cards by New York based illustrator PJ McQuade(etsy). More images jump more.
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    'Dream Jobs' by Grant Snider.
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    John Raya created these fabulous mashups. STAR WARS. National Football League.
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    Redditor atrubetskoy constructed a map that shows approximately how much snow is required to cancel school in the various parts of the U.S. Big pic.
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    This Daldis Dress is Whovian Cosplay At Its Best (Fackbook)
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    Netherlands-based photographer Arie van’t Riet applies his background in radiation physics to create colorized X-ray photographs of plants and animals. Awesome!
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    'The Diagram of Dogs' from Pop Chart Lab, big pic!
    "Think you’ve got a sharp-ei for dog breeds? Bone up on your bow-wow know-how with this delightful Diagram of Dogs! Delineating nearly every standard pure-bred pooch, from toy pups like the Brussels Griffon to working dogs like the Alaskan Malamute, to well-known K-9 classics like Golden Retrievers and Terriers. Dog lovers of every preference are sure to spot their favorite canine compadre in this pedigreed presentation of man’s best friends–a taxonomical treat that’s best in show."
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    These are frozen trees and cars during an ice storm in Geneva, Switzerland. The water in the background is the Léman Lake.
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    According to a study out Wednesday from the American Bible Society, which conducted a study to find America's most Bible-minded cities - defined as a combination of how often study participants read the Bible and how accurate they think it is, reported TIME Magazine.
    A random nationwide sample of more than 46,000 adults, queried through online interviews and telephone, showed that the Bible Belt is alive and well: Cities in Tennessee, Alabama, Virginia, Missouri and Louisiana are in the top 5 most Bible-minded, whereas cities on the East and West coast are at the bottom of the list.
    The study also found an inverse correlation between the size of the city and "Bible friendliness," noting that "Of the top 25 Bible-minded markets, only three have a population of greater than 1 million households: Charlotte, N.C.; Nashville, Tenn.; and Dallas."
    Here are the top and bottom 10 lists:
    The 10 Most Bible-Minded Cities
    Chattanooga, Tennessee
    Birmingham, Alabama
    Roanoke/Lynchburg, Virginia
    Springfield, Missouri
    Shreveport, Louisiana
    Charlotte, North Carolina
    Greenville/Spartanburg, South Carolina / Asheville, North Carolina
    Little Rock, Arkansas
    Jackson, Mississippi
    Knoxville, Tennessee

    The 10 Least Bible-Minded Cities
    Providence, Rhode Island / New Bedford, Massachusetts
    Albany, New York
    Boston, Massachusetts
    San Francisco, California
    Cedar Rapids, Iowa
    Buffalo, New York
    Hartford/New Haven, Connecticut
    Phoenix, Arizona
    Burlington, Vermont
    Portland, Maine
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    It got so cold so quickly in this Norwegian bay that it froze a bunch of fish swimming in it. In the image above, taken by Ingolf Kristiansen from the tiny island of Lovund in central Norway, a dog stands on the frozen surface. “I've never seen anything like it. It has not happened before here as far as I know,” he told NRK, the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation.
    So, how cold is too cold? 17.96 degrees Farenheit, apparently. Though it was “only” -7.8°C (18 °F), a sharp eastern wind was enough to freeze a large quantity of fish in place. The below is image of a moose froze in a Norwegian body of water.
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    A collection of fantastic photos showing ordinary objects that have been imaginatively transformed (presumably by an artist named Victor Nunes) recently popped up at the Facebook page, “Victor Nunes Faces.” He makes recognizable forms with media such as fabric, foam, and food. Nunes also sees existing forms in mundane objects like nuts, scissors, and popcorn and doodles the ideas in. More images jump more.
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    This dress pictured was her entry for a contest held by Taco Bell. It's made of 130 taco wrappers and 12 sauce packets from that restaurant, by AvantGeek(deviantart user).
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    HalloweenCostumes has created an infographic that shows the iconic Lara Croft in Tomb Raider, has evolved since debuting in 1996, the fully image aftre more. Big pic.
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    Mashable has created a map showing what each US state wants according to Google Autocomplete. New York wants “your guns... big pic!
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    Snow White by Jeffach. Cool
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    French photographer Malo dressed his three-month-old daughter up as a boxer, a butcher, a fisherwoman, a doctor... to imagine her in different occupations when she grows up. Cool photograph! More images jump more.
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    Snow White gone bad… by CartoonGirls(deviantart user).
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