Links: The entirety of Ulysses will be re-Tweeted in one day

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This year, the organizers of Bloomsday, an annual celebration of the works of James Joyce, are putting together a retelling of Ulysses via Twitter. On June 16, volunteers will take to Twitter to re-cast the 265,000 word novel, 140 characters at a time, over the same twenty-four hour period the novel takes place. Pour a glass of Irish whisky and tune into your Twitter feed to @11ysses on June 16 for the epic undertaking in its entirety.

Just when you thought Rebecca Black was the epic nadir of horrible, pre-fabricated internet pop star, along comes Tonje Langeteig with her soon-to-be-hit, "I Don't Wanna be a Crappy Housewife." The video provokes a multitude of questions — is this an elaborate prank by Jennifer Coolidge? Does she not want to be a housewife in general, or is her problem with housewives of low quality? What the hell is up with that random talk/rap interlude? And, most importantly, is this real life?

Generally, one doesn't link summer with the idea of supernatural horror as an allegory for the creeping insanity that threatens to consume us all. But for those that do, enjoy this Cthulhu weenie roaster. Survey the beautiful hot-dog-cooking visage of the darkest Elder God.

I don't know about you, but my yearbook is more an expensive reminder of awkward sexual endeavors than a cherished memento. For some people though, it ends up being a glorious clusterfuck of gang signs, drug use, and students remembered as "black girl."

You don't have to be a New Yorker to appreciate a public-transportation horror story. In either case, experience New York vicariously through this compilation of twenty of the most ridiculous events to grace public transit in the Empire State.