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Homeless man arrested for pretend bomb in airport

Brittany @ August 2, 2009 # No Comment Yet

New York City’s LaGuardia Airport, at least the central terminal, was evacuated Saturday, as most of the country knows. Terrorist? No. Corporate executive suicide to blame on our toilet economy? No. Bozo the clown running around the terminals on fire? No, but you’re getting closer. The airport was evacuated because a homeless man decided to […]

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Cure for Breast Cancer

andrea @ July 29, 2009 # No Comment Yet

Your doctor told you to expect a call with the biopsy results. You’ve been waiting for the results all day. The phone finally rings and you hear the worst. “You have breast cancer.” The good news is that this doesn’t have to be a death sentence, especially with this latest discovery.

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10 Things NOT to say to a guy after sex

Brittany @ July 27, 2009 # No Comment Yet

We’re all familiar with the onion skin thin ego of men. Despite that tough man, ironclad — facade — exterior, they’re easily bruised, easily hurt, easily offended…especially in bed. We’re also familiar with that awkward air, the one that sometimes follows a good — usually bad — romp, roll in the hay, scrogg, drill, whatever […]

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Former Miss California trades tiara for book deal

Brittany @ July 27, 2009 # No Comment Yet

Carrie Prejean, former Miss California, is yet again back in the news. This time though, it’s not about the latest crude diss Perez Hilton has to spit her way. It’s about a new book deal, as reported on PopEater, where she will discuss all of the cheap, tactless, crass and otherwise ignorant remarks spat her […]

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Study shows combat vets more likely to murder

andrea @ July 23, 2009 # No Comment Yet

It’s hard to believe, or even imagine, what many American soldiers have endured while fighting for our country. We’ve all heard of post traumatic stress disorder, and many people may have experienced it first hand with Vietnam War veterans. With this generation of combat veterans, we’re experiencing something a little more shocking.

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Separation of church and state: Drawing a boundary

Brittany @ July 20, 2009 # No Comment Yet

Last week, the House of Representatives did a little voting on a pretty touchy subject here in the United States: religion. California Republican congressman Dan Lungren proposed that the words “In God We Trust” and the Pledge of Allegiance be engraved in prominent spots at the Capitol Visitor Center. Cost of the project: nearly $100,000, […]

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17-year-old charged as adult in hit-and-run

andrea @ July 12, 2009 # One Comment

I’ll admit it. I hit an armadillo last week while I was…texting. I know, I know. Bad idea. “It could have been a person,” I thought. Until I looked in the mirror to see what it was. Still, the remainder of the night I continued to think about, “What if it had been a person?” […]

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Little Lady Liberty decapitated on YouTube

Brittany @ July 11, 2009 # No Comment Yet

A 200-pound copy of the Lady Liberty was stolen less than a month ago from a coffee shop in Brooklyn called Vox Pop. The same statue just resurfaced, this time, on YouTube in a disturbing video that shows someone decapitating her blindfolded head, and smashing the side of her face in with a metal ball […]

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Obama speaks of social evolution in repressed Russia

Rob @ July 10, 2009 # No Comment Yet

Obama has a difficult task ahead of him in repairing relations with Russia.   Since World War II, Russia and the United States haven’t been the best of friends, spending several decades in a Cold War until Reagan knocked a brick from a wall and the Soviet Union came crashing down.  Obama has vowed to […]

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School sued over pro-life t-shirt

Rob @ July 7, 2009 # No Comment Yet

A seventh-grade girl went to school on National Pro-Life T-Shirt Day wearing a blue shirt with some letters and pictures on it, just like many kids today go to school wearing shirts with funny slogans and pictures, like stick figure cops chasing donuts.  Except this girl’s shirt wasn’t about a funny slogan. It simply stated […]

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