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A Canadian publisher has created a pornographic magazine aimed at blind people.
A Florida man is being sued over a negative review he left on ebay. The man said he paid for a $44.00 alarm clock that arrived in three pieces. The seller said, it was listed "as is".
A Florida woman beat a ticket for running a red light when her husband, using a stopwatch, found that the yellow light at the intersection lasted only 3.8 seconds and not the required 4.5 seconds.
The KFC Double Down sandwich has more sodium in it than an adult should consume in an entire day.
The Mayor of a town in England and his wife, fell asleep during a play done by 11 year olds. The kids were very upset, and the mayor blamed his cold medication for making them sleepy.
77 U.S. Troops died in Afghanistan in the first 3 months of 2010, about twice as many as in the same period a year before. Most deaths were caused by IED's.
Sarah Palin left her $125,000 per year as the Governor of Alaska and has raked in over $12 million already with book deals, speaking fees etc.
President Obama and his wife Michelle, reported 5.5 million in income in 2009 - most from the sale of Obama's two books. They paid 1.8 million in federal taxes, gave $329,100 to charity. Obama also gave his 1.4 million dollar prize he won for winning the Nobel Peace Prize, to charity. Associated Press
About 25% of the world's population (1.8 Billion people), do not have electricity in their homes. - MSNBC.com
You Tube celebrated it's 5th Birthday in early May. The very first video was a 19 second clip uploaded by one of the co-founders. The site now stream 1 BILLION clips a day. -Techradar.com
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