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“Pope says Internet users risk ‘solitude’”

NEWS.YAHOO.COM, NOV. 13
Internet users say Pope risks ‘irrelevancy.’



“McDonald’s and PepsiCo to help write UK health
policy”

GUARDIAN.CO.UK, NOV. 14
Step one: Fruit is poison and sugars cure cancer.



“Parents encouraged to sniff children in bid to foil
arson attacks”

TELEGRAPH.CO.UK, NOV. 15
It’s just as I told you, judge: I was taught that the burden
of fire prevention rests solely on my head, and I’m not
one to shirk responsibility.



“Indian sloth bears evacuated on fears of Maoist
threat”

BBC.COM.UK, NOV. 12
Can’t those lazy Communist hibernators take a hint?




“Evidence does not support woman ‘going wild’ in
‘Girls Gone Wild’ video”

LAWPROFESSORS.TYPEPAD, NOV. 13
I demand a refund!



“People spend ‘half their waking hours daydreaming’”
BBC.CO.UK, NOV. 12
Lightweights.



“Gamer makes half-million by selling virtual property”

BLOG.GAMES.YAHOO.COM, NOV. 10
Can now afford virtual sex with virtual girlfriend.



“Bow down to the medicinal power of cranberries”

NPR.ORG, NOV. 15
GLORXX bows before no one, be it man or fruit.
Well, maybe a really evil fruit. Like a pineapple.



“SETI astronomers launch new campaign to
eavesdrop on E.T.”
SPACE.COM, NOV. 13
Foolish mortals! If you want to know what I’m thinking, just
follow me on Twitter.


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