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Today's Featured Article - Mughal Road

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The Mughal Road is a road in the portion of the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir not under foreign control. It is a way to get between the state's two capitals, Srinagar and Jammu, other than the highly overrated Jammu-Srinagar National Highway (part of NH 44, which was NH 1A before all the numbers were changed).

As state government alternates between Srinagar and Jammu depending on what time of year it is and whose theaters have higher-rated musicals and fewer shoulder-launched grenades, the Mughal Road is an attractive option for government workers desiring a less straight and less modern route than NH 44, with fewer tourist amenities. (more...)

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  • ... to the untrained ear, John Aglethorpe's Ode to the Monotony of Life may simply sound like one continuous, monotonous tone, but the song is actually composed mostly of alterations between the A sharp and B flat notes tied together?
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    • ... and since it's 5PM, I'll be headed for home?
  • ... that a live action version of Steamboat Willie is set for release next summer?
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  • ... the song Harder Better Faster Stronger by Daft Punk is a giant "That's what she said" joke?
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July 5: X Day, Day After We Kicked the Brits Ass Day (Southern US)

  • 1565 - Pirates mark an "X" on a beach to mark the spot where they bury treasure. When they return, the wind will have changed it to a "v" and they would fail to find it.
  • 1687 - Isaac Newton (pictured) discovers gravity after being hit on the head by a falling fig.
  • 1689 - After outbreak of falling fruit, Isaac Newton officially changes gravity to 7.
  • 1884 - John Singer Sargent paints the Portrait of Madame X but is fired for spelling her name wrong.
  • 1946 - The bikini is introduced in Paris. Later, no bikini atoll is the trend.
  • 1967 - The first kidney transplant made of Lego bricks ends in tragedy.
  • 1968 - The X from outer space destroys Tokyo. Weary residents already have construction equipment ready before it hatches.
  • 1998 - Aliens fail to turn up and fry everyone to a pink crisp. Godzilla offers to do so instead but is politely refused.
  • 2001 - Cultists get seriously pissed off with yet another no-show.
  • 2003 - Aliens turn up, but not the right aliens. Bloody mocking tourists.
  • 2004 - No one turns up as no one expects the aliens. And, yup, they don't.
  • 2005 - The longest fart in world history is recorded. It is not produced by an alien.
  • 2007 - Deal or No Deal? Aliens decide to take the money and not show up.
  • 2010 - The Church of the Subgenius hijacks the Anniversaries July 5 page. The massive improvement is noted.
  • 2155 - Aliens almost show but miss a left and land on Venus.
  • 2156 - Aliens finally turn up and land in Tokyo but flee due to a Gundam statue that lights up at night.

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