E-Mail This Story: Of Kittens, Quinoa & Ron Paul Producer Dan Pashman takes aim at National Public Radio's list of most e-mailed stories, cobbling this feature out of sugar and spice and everything nice. Help him out, will you, and e-mail it — a lot.
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E-Mail This Story: Of Kittens, Quinoa & Ron Paul

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E-Mail This Story: Of Kittens, Quinoa & Ron Paul

E-Mail This Story: Of Kittens, Quinoa & Ron Paul

E-Mail This Story: Of Kittens, Quinoa & Ron Paul

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Isn't this precious? Wouldn't your sister/mother-in-law/fraternity brother love this photo? Why don't you e-mail them this story right now? iStock hide caption

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NPR listeners couldn't get enough quinoa. Nicole Spiridakis for NPR hide caption

From "Quinoa: A Sacred, Super Crop"
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Miles Hoffman says that YouTube is a great place to see performances by legendary musicians of the past, such as conductor Arturo Toscanini. YouTube hide caption

From "A Classical Treasure Trove at YouTube"
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The neti pot scored with NPR listeners. YouTube.com hide caption

From "Got a Runny Nose? Flush It Out!"
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Tucker Carlson says Ron Paul is libertarian to the core. David Lienemann/Getty Images hide caption

From "What's the Deal with Ron Paul?"
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Yoda's outlook has become the theology for a new church. Mark Wilson/Getty Images hide caption

From "A Gospel According to Yoda"
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