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Friday, July 11, 2014

Link Round Up: Cool Things we Found on the Internet This Week

Posted By on Fri, Jul 11, 2014 at 2:43 PM

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Happy Friday! Have a look at what we're reading, viewing, and gawking at on the internet. We'll see you back here on Monday.

No matter how much you like Marilyn Monroe, we bet you're not as big as a fan as this couple, who for their wedding -- 60 years to the day -- recreated Marilyn Monroe and Joe DiMaggio 's wedding. Here's to hoping theirs lasts a lot longer. (7x7)

A couple weeks ago we mentioned the hot felon, who after his mugshot went viral, started the process of becoming a model. Well, now there's the Hot Cop of the Castro. (Facebook)

The future of architecture is on your plate. (Modern Farmer)

Be prepared to say "awww" for the next minute: This video of a birthday party for a hedgehog and his hamster friends may be the cutest thing you watch all day. (Digg)

And if you've read Wild, you know (many) parts of this film will be hard to watch (but you'll see it anyway):

For events in San Francisco this week and beyond, check out our calendar section. Follow us on Twitter at @ExhibitionistSF, Mollie at @MollieM10, and like us on Facebook.

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