The Common Good

Links of Awesomeness: November 12, 2012

What good could you do with $100? These people were asked the same question, and were then given that money. It's a great video. [via Upworthy]

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This ain't no joke. The Party Python is 100% real, 100% delicious, and 100% for sale. Vat19

If you ever want to get in a bar fight, you can count on these 10 bets you will always win to get the ball rolling. 

Wes Anderson meets Star Wars courtesy of Conan O'Brien. Glorious. [via Laughing Squid]

Why get a bunch of gummy worms when you could just get one giant, eight-foot-long gummy snake? That's why Vat19 invented The 26-Pound Edible Gummy Party Python. It's 306 servings of gummy goodness. [via Laughing Squid]

The international trailer for the new film Hitchcock is out. The movie is set to hit theaters Nov. 23. [via Paste]

Which U.S. cities have the most popular music scenes? Thanks to The Atlantic, we can quantify the answer.

Sometimes people do really cool photo projects that play with ordinary life. Jordan Matter did that with dancers. It's awesome. [via Laughing Squid]

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