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We're not sure how it's Thursday already; however, Thursday it is. Here, have the Daily Geek while we try to figure out why it's a Thursday.

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Welcome to MTV Geek's daily round-up of all things GEEK from the weird, wild world of the web! Got a cool link? Share it with us on Twitter at twitter.com/mtvgeek!

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Monday was a kind of slow news day - but here's your Daily Geek, in case you missed some, most or even all of it.

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Welcome to MTV Geek's daily round-up of all things GEEK from the weird, wild world of the web! Got a cool link? Share it with us on Twitter at twitter.com/mtvgeek!

In this episode: "Man of Action," Subversive Snyder, and the world's greatest GIF.

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Not only does George Lucas turn 68 years young today, but May 14th is also the birthday of fellow science fiction film-making icon, Robert Zemeckis! So to celebrate the 61st birthday of the current mayor of the uncanny valley, we're devoting the entire Daily Geek to Zemeckis' glorious and timeless time-travel classic, "Back to the Future"!

The web is filthy with BTTF mash-ups, goodies, nuggets and 1.21 gigawatt-isms! So here's a rundown of some of the coolest!

Side note: The screenplay for the first Back to the Future flick is one of the finest ever written. Yup.

BIFF BUSINESS CARD! Tom Wilson, aka BTTF bully Biff Tannen made a very special business card that answers all the annoying questions he's ever been asked about the "Future" trilogy!

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I'm freezing my geek off over here -- send Wonder Woman Snuggies!

This Day In Geek History: Comic book writer J. M. DeMatteis born (1953); "Supergirl" Helen Slater born (1963); Walt Disney dies (1966); Stargate & Smallville's Michael Shanks born (1970); "1984," the classic commerical for Apple Computer, debuts for the first time (1983)

How the Second Amendment protects superheroes (Law and the Multiverse)

Map of the world drawn using nothing but Facebook friend connections (Geekosystem)

A profile of the new webseries about comic book fans and comic shop employees, Anti-Matter (Wired)

When a depressed robot goes over the edge...The C3posuicides (via Laughing Squid) Read More...

On This Day In Geek History: Big Bang Theory's Simon Helberg born in 1980.

2010 Space Monolith figure has zero points of articulation (ThinkGeek)

Woman talks about She-Ra as role model (Dixie Sun)

Make a Captain America shield out of an old satellite dish (Instructibles)

Watch listed on eBay for $9.95 turns out to be $66K classic "Dr. No" 007 collector's item (Boing Boing)

"Community" will do a Dungeons & Dragons themed episode...with Abed as DM (TV Squad)

Behold..."Yoda Bat" (National Geographic)

Casper the Living Child, and other "Shockingly Dark Origins of Loveable Children's Characters" (Cracked)

Superhero Romances, a brief visual tour (Pop)

20 Doctor Who characters who are in desperate need of having their own action figures made (Topless Robot)

Call it "Desperate Chinese-iPad-Smuggling Housewives" (Geek.com)

Are you following Painkiller Jane creator and Jonah Hex writer Jimmy Palmiotti's podcast? You should (Where Monsters Dwell)

Having problems pronouncing all those exotic words in World of Warcraft? Try World of Warcraft version of Rosetta Stone (g4tv)

Date with Robert Pattinson sells for $80,000 (Vancouver Sun)
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All The Venture Bros. holiday hits in one place to light up your holidays (The Venture Bros. Blog)

A sweet Quorra custom Tron Dunny -- and it lights up too! (The Modelmaker)

From Spider-man to Red Hood to Optimus Prime, “5 Absurd Ways Comic Books Have Ressurrected Dead Superheroes” (Cracked.com)

Make your own Star Wars snowflakes! (The Official Star Wars Blog)

New “Superfood” Muppets encourage kids to eat their veggies (Natural News)

Wear a Harry Potter/David Bowie mash-up T-shirt! (Made From Awesome)

Stargate fans start a petition to save both Stargate Worlds and the Stargate Resistance game (The Petition Site)

Do Superheroes need moms and dads? (Strollerderby)

The war between The Simpsons and Fox News, as told by Taiwanese CGI animation (Laughing Squid)
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