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New discovery shows why you want to be a naked mole rat

andrea @ October 27, 2009 # No Comment Yet

As Breast Cancer Awareness month comes to a close, the world is reminded that cancer is still very much a problem. Each year millions of people lose their fight against cancer regardless of the millions of dollars that have been poured into finding a cure. It’s easy to say that we should have found a […]

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Cranky old Floridians

andrea @ October 21, 2009 # No Comment Yet

Florida has been known to be the land of idiots. As a Floridian, I’d like to think that this isn’t necessarily true, but I can’t ignore the facts. There are some very ignorant and straight up stupid people who live here. Considering that Florida has a very large amount of elderly people, perhaps we can […]

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Yankees closing in

Rob @ October 21, 2009 # No Comment Yet

At the end of the last MLB season, things did not look good for the men in pinstripes that resided in the Big Apple.  For the first year in the modern baseball era, the Yankees failed to reach post season.  After years of disappointing losses in the playoffs, first year manager Joe Girardi presided over […]

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A-Rod beating his demons

Rob @ October 16, 2009 # No Comment Yet

The Major League Baseball playoffs kicked off with a bang, and several teams have already met their demise to better playing and far superior teams.  The Angels rocked and rolled through their series, easily dismantling the Red Sox and sending them back home to Boston to nurse their wounds just as they did during the […]

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Balloon boy fiasco shows social networking addiction

andrea @ October 15, 2009 # One Comment

What did we do before the Internet? I mean, it hasn’t been around that long. It just doesn’t seem like there was anything to do before we could update our statuses on the latest happenings. Don’t believe me? Check out the latest situation with “Balloon Boy.”

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Top 5 strangest phobias

Brittany @ October 13, 2009 # No Comment Yet

I always find it interesting to learn the fears of others, things that make people cringe, shiver and shudder. Most of the time I can relate as mine are rather common: spiders, AKA arachnophobia, and dark, open water, AKA hydrophobia (sort of). However, the list I’m about to surrender to you, some of Associated Content’s […]

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SEC championship shaping up

Rob @ October 11, 2009 # No Comment Yet

The University of Florida has been in the news a lot recently with Tim Tebow’s health in question.  After suffering a mild concussion where Tebow was sacked hard two weeks ago at Kentucky, the sports world has been getting updated two to three times a day on Tebow’s status and whether or not he would […]

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Blog Holds Ralph Lauren Responsible for Inappropriate Photo Editing

andrea @ October 8, 2009 # No Comment Yet

It comes as no surprise that print advertisements are edited. In fact, most things media-related are edited. Still, it’s always disturbing when you see a model with a waist smaller than her head. The last installment of such a fiasco comes from Ralph Lauren.

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Evil, sinister, deadly… High fructose corn syrup: not as bad as the bandwagon thought?

Brittany @ October 6, 2009 # One Comment

I’m sure you’ve seen it. The commercial with a bunch of little kids on stage performing a third or fourth-grade play for an audience full of parents, dressed as green, red and orange vegetables and fruits. Everything is sweet and cute until suddenly, out of the corner of your eye (or screen) you notice the […]

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A decision on Afghanistan please

Rob @ October 4, 2009 # No Comment Yet

October started with a lot of talk in the political sphere about Afghanistan. Conversation went from whether it is even a winnable scenario, to updated counts on the dead.   Since being elected, President Obama has withdrawn much of the military might from Iraq and accelerated the war in Afghanistan, and yet instead of winning […]

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