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Joey Hi-Fi's Weirdness Rodeo

Welcome to the Weirdness Rodeo - wonder and strangeness, courtesy of Joey Hi-Fi.
You can follow Joey on Twitter at @JoeyHiFi and admire his work here.

"Star Wars Speed Dating". Worth watching just for the first few seconds.

Zambezia won Best Children's Feature at Anima Mundi, Rio. [Anima Mundi]...'s the trailer [YouTube]

The "Star Wars Speed Dating" vid made my day. Worth watching just for the first few seconds.

What a porcupine sounds like. I thought it was a baby at first. This may be the cutest thing you see all day. [YouTube]

Holy hell. "The Most Terrifying Fast Food Employee in Japan". Sadako from The Ring serves milkshakes. [Kotaku]

Size comparison of SF's "greatest machines & monsters". Some glaring omissions, but still interesting. [Popsci]

An infographic of Alfred Hitchcock's obsessions [Guardian]

7 fiction authors whose careers were extended by ghostwriters. Includes Asimov and Lovecraft. [AV Club]

Elon Musk's Hyperloop: How will it work? [Mail & Guardian]

"Experts conclude tree drawing believers outside cathedral drips with bug excrement, not God's tears." [WPTV]

Vid featuring 60 fascinating scientific facts "that show why the world is awesome". Brilliant. [io9]

Lady Battle Cop. I wonder If the Robocop remake will be better - or worse - than this? [YouTube]

Holy FX2: the deadly art of illusion! A trio of robbers used special effects masks to disguise themselves as white. [io9]

The Judge Dredd fan film Judge Minty is fantastic. A old Judge takes 'law to the lawless' in the Cursed Earth! [YouTube]

Google Maps has an Incredible Doctor Who easter egg featuring the TARDIS. Amazing. [Jalopnik]

Slipcased edition of Doctor Sleep [Hodder]

New This American Life episode is engrossing. Involves a mysterious phone no. & refugees held hostage in the Sinai desert. [This American Life]

The Necronomikini: A Necronomicon inspired bikini [Bad Ass Digest] [Er... SFW, but not tasteful.]

Dolphins have their own names. Distinctive whistles that they use to identify themselves. Fascinating. [Time]

Googled the word "literally" lately? We now live in a world where "literally" now means "figuratively". [Neatorama]