Topless Robot titters at the seven unintentionally perverted toys that will ruin our children;

Our pal Jeff Vrabel sifts through the Cubs’ season-ending wreckage;

Yann Arthur-Bertrand’s stunning Earth from Above exhibit is coming to New York;

Our friends at Bullz-Eye (including a few of your humble Popdosers) relive their first concert experiences;

Our own Jeff Giles acts as your guide through Rotten Tomatoes’ look back at Bill Murray’s best movies;

Gmail adds a new feature designed to help prevent you from e-mailing under the influence;

A Lehman Brothers gym member speaks for thousands when he cold-cocks former CEO Richard Fuld on the treadmill;

Pete at Ickmusic waxes rhapsodic about Roy Orbison’s “In Dreams”;

J at Thinking About… laments the passing of Mother’s Cookies;

PC World digs up 100 “incredibly useful and interesting” websites;

The Onion’s A.V. Club wants to know what your pop culture deal breakers are;

Ken at Gaper’s Blog dedicates his latest volume of The Unheard Music to our pal Joe Henry;

Funky16Corners posts some deliciously funky Jimmy Smith;

Has it been four years already? It must be vote-stealing time again — and Greg Palast is still following the stories;

…And “Weird Al” Yankovic returns with “Whatever You Like“:

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