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'AOTS' Monday, March 02

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Posted March 2, 2009 - By Eugene Morton
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Time to delve back into the worlds we may be too afraid to go and with today's WTF we're checking out a new internet-driven fetish called mucophilia, or the extreme love of mucus, where people get off on sneezing, nose-picking, and nose-blowing.
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The new LG Versa is the successor to the successful LG Voyager and this time it's even thinner, has a detachable QWERTY keyboard, a 2 Megapixel camera, web browsing, stereo Bluetooth, and a realistic price tag. But is it the phone for you?
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Singer Surprise, Espiderman, Espiderman 2, Sleepwalking Dog, Andy Rooney Complains about February, Camels in Subaru.
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Layla has got your Monday Feedness and it's all about the White House pulling Obama's YouTube address from YouTube, some dude accidentally leaking secret schematics on Obama's helicopter, and other non-Obama related news.
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From scary robotic housecats to electrocuting mouse traps and door-hanging neck straighteners, these frightening gadgets may be things you want to unattack for once.
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You may be surprised to find out that Fifty Cent's new first person shooter, 'Blood on the Sand,' is actually really good and Adam Sessler of X-Play is dropping by to tell us why you'll be playing it for hours if you get your hands on it, too.
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Want a bionic hamster? Interested in playing rock-paper-scissors with a robot? Maybe you're looking for a virtual reality floor that moves in reverse to compensate for your movement through an environment. It's all in Robot News.
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We're unrolling a new segment called 'As Seen on TV' where we pit two similar products against each other to see which is really the best and which stands up to the standards set by the infomercials that promote them.

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