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Monday Links

German man went to court, won the right to pee standing up.

Why do sneezes come in twos and threes?

Death-defying photos of skyscraper construction workers goofing around.

Scots, wha hae — yesterday was Robert Burns’s birthday. Here’s a bio, poems, Burns Supper instructions, and lots of haggis.

Gallery of awkward mascots.

The origin and trademarking of “Couch Potato.”

ICYMIFriday’s links are here, and include 100-year-old PSAs on movie-theater etiquette, repairing a $12 million Monet after it was punched, processing 31 rolls of undeveloped film taken by a WWII soldier, and the history of horsemeat eating in America.

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