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…Dwight has a Soul Pancake?

Soul Pancake

Dwight Schrute, aka Rainn Wilson, is “sick of spirituality having to be hippy-dippy, airy-fairy and uber-precious”.

Instead, he wants to take on life’s big questions, de-lamify talking about God & religion, and stop being idiots & judging each other.

Though what Soul Pancake is going to be all about is still mostly a mystery, and it’s still tough to tell how serious this site is going to be, you can at least start by uploading your “spatufist” to the site (the symbol of Soul Pancake), and see what others have done with their spatufist.

[Soul Pancake]

…Doritos wants to send you on a quest?

The Quest

Doritos has released a mystery flavor that it calls simply “Quest”, and if you can guess the name of this mystery flavor, you may soon find yourself $100,000 richer.

By logging on to SnackStrongProductions.com, you can begin your quest by guessing the name of the mystery flavor. Once you solve that first mystery, you’ll unlock “the untold mysteries” where “great wealth awaits the bold and adventurous”. Apparently one of “the clever, swift and keen will rise to meet the challenges and compete for the golden ARTIFACT worth $100,000”.

The games are very Myst like, and it’s actually a pretty cool idea for a chip maker, so be sure to check out The Quest and see if you can figure out what the mysteries might be.

[SnackStrongProductions.com]

…It’s Movie Monday: Nowheremen?

Nowheremen

Nowheremen is a social reality game where players “solve interactive puzzles and treasure hunts across various mediums.”

    What is revealed is an intricate web of deception – exposing our modern security efforts, recruiting techniques, and the true nature of the world we live in.

The story centers on the fictional disappearance of Derek Francis Border, and began in September of ‘07, though the video series didn’t premier until January 22 of ’08.

New episodes premier at 2:22 PM EST each Tuesday, so be sure to tune in and see if you can solve the mystery.

[Nowheremen]

…F*** is f***ing overused?

Fuck War

Certain words in the English language carry more weight than others, and the four-letter variety are often reserved only for special occasions.

So why do we curse?

Is it because we can’t think of anything better to say?

Or is it because there isn’t anything better to say?

An interesting article in The New Republic, called “What the F****?”, delves into this mystery, and takes a look at the reasons why we curse, why we regulate it, and what we should do about it.

What do you think?

Is it fucking time to set fuck free?

[The New Republic – What The F**** – Why We Curse]

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