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Multi-link Monday

Last week was a crazy week in the entertainment world, with the loss of Kurt Vonnegut, the firing of Don Imus, and the identification of Larry Birkhead as Anna Nicole Smith's baby daddy. We'll miss you, Mr. Vonnegut. The other stories can go away now. Let's move on to our five time-sucking links to start the week off right.

• No one likes those motivational posters, right? (Except maybe Michael Scott of "The Office.") But we love Demotivators, motivational posters for cats (here's another one), and "Star Trek" versions. And here's a page that has one for almost any topic, including crunk, blogging and MENSA. If you're a creative type, you can even create your own.

25 great "Calvin and Hobbes" comic strips. They were all great, really, but these are the cream of the crop. I almost forgot about the ones where Calvin envisions himself and Susie Derkins as "Rex Morgan" style drawings.And the whole series about Calvin finding an injured raccoon put a lump in my throat. (Via Ultimate Insult.)

• Easter's over, but did you know each state decorates an egg and sends it to the White House? You can look up your state's egg, plus see all the others, online. Some of them are really impressive (California, Maine, New York, Nevada). Some are rather lame (South Carolina, Mississippi, Delaware, Maryland). And some make you scratch your head and say "huh?" (Louisiana, North Dakota, Tennessee, and most of all, Wyoming.)

Animal Makers rents all kinds of animal props from TV and movies, including the "Lost" polar bear and Salem, the black cat from "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch." (Via Boing Boing.)

• Reader-submitted link, from Vicki:"Here's an interesting site for your Multi-link Monday: The Brick Testament.com. It's the Old and New Testaments rendered in Legos. The 'Reverend' seems to favor the R-rated versions of the Books, and it's doubtful he's an official member of clergy."