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Easter links

Why does the date of Easter move around?

The Unauthorized Biography of the Easter Bunny.

10 Facts About Easter More Interesting Than the Chocolate.

Videos of violence against marshmallow peeps, including peeps vs. .50 Caliber Rifle Parts 1 and 2, plus Artworks Made From Peeps.

A Brief History of the Cadbury Egg.

Peeps on Television: 20 Shows Starring Marshmallow Peeps.

DIY jello shots made from decapitated chocolate Easter bunnies, plus Wine and Easter Candy Pairings.

In New Zealand, where rabbits are considered a major crop-destroying pest, they celebrate with an Easter Bunny Hunt.

Here’s a supercut of movie bunnies.

Prepare to be offended (or don’t click!): Easter cards from The Onion.

ICYMI, Wednesday’s links are here, and include the possibility that ancient Greeks sailed to Canada, creepy photos of Easter bunnies with kids, the evolution of the microscope, and how to win at Rock Paper Scissors.

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