Reading While Eating for December 16: Christmas and Kansas

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A commuter uses a cell phone at a bus station as he sits on a couch that was placed there by IKEA to promote its products in Paris December 15, 2010.

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Thursday’s links are working earnestly to bring sexy back.

Anatomy Access: Having conquered the Internet, Google now has a browser for the human body. (The Hairpin)

Fun Fact: Every year, we have the question. And now there’s an answer. So what is frankincense, anyway? (Slate)

Baby Come Back: Finally, someone says what we’ve all been thinking. Justin Timberlake, please go back to making music. We miss you. (The Atlantic)

Murky Movies: The end of the year means tons of “best” lists. But what are the worst films of 2010? (A.V. Club)

Fancy Feast: Think your Christmas party will be nice this year? Check out how the British royals do the holidays. (LIFE)

Lost and Found: The plus side of a massive storm? For this Israeli city, it’s finding a sculpture of Aphrodite washed ashore. (The Daily What)

Elsewhere on See the best photos of the year, both on and off the pages of TIME.

Must See: A startling number of movies have ripped from The Wizard of Oz. Yet none of them gets the line, “Toto, I have a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore” exactly right. (FourFour)