Reading While Eating for March 11: Airport Flash Mobs, Mini Walmart, Banksy’s Oscar Nod

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Hostesses pose for a photo on Tiananmen Square during a plenary session of the National People's Congress (NPC) in Beijing March 10, 2011.

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Friday’s links reveal the truth about Thin Mints and bank shots.

Guide Dog’s Guide: After a British guide dog had to get his eyes removed, his devastated owner decided to get his guide dog a guide dog. At least now this man can have two best friends. (Urlesque)

A Mini Walmart: Now, doesn’t a Walmart Express kind of defeat the purpose of a one-stop superstore? Nevertheless, mini Walmarts are popping up around Arkansas. (Consumerist)

Basketball Physics: Want to shoot the perfect bank shot? These physicists can help you master the perfect angle. (Discovery News)

Earthquake and Tsunami: An 8.9 magnitude earthquake rocked Japan Friday afternoon, local time. Tsunami waves have hit Hawaii and headed towards the West Coast of the U.S.

Thin Mint Truths: We know many people would do just about anything to protect their Girl Scout Cookies. But it looks like the Girl Scouts themselves are not being completely honest. (Daily What)

Banksy Responds: Although Banksy never revealed himself following his Oscar nomination, he has finally acknowledged his nod. (BuzzFeed)

Land of the Rising Sun: See photos of life in Japan, known for its ground-breaking technology and ancient traditions. (LIFE)

Must See: Flash mobs are always exciting and unexpected, but in a Lebanese airport? There’s one we’ve never seen before.