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  1. Strange fruitRead the original story

    23 hrs ago | Light reading

    I have published four novels and two books about eighteenth-century British literature; my latest book is "Reading Style: A Life in Sentences." I teach in the Department of English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University.

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  2. Facial Fitness 'Pao' Is A Strange-Looking Invention, But...Read the original story

    23 hrs ago | Medical Daily

    There has been no shortage of oddball fitness inventions over the past couple of decades, but the Facial Fitness Pao may take the cake.

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  3. Same-Sex Couple Settles Wedding Venue DisputeRead the original story

    Yesterday | CBS Local

    The owners of a lodge in central Minnesota have agreed to pick up the tab for the wedding and reception of a same-sex couple they initially turned away.

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  4. Love is Strange ReviewRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Collider

    Love Is Strange opens today in limited release. ] "Write what you know," is a common piece of writing advice.

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  5. Costa Rica Angered by Swedish Comedy ShowRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | ABC News

    A Swedish TV network has apologized to Costa Rica for using the Central American country's national anthem to promote a comedy show.

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  6. German man evicted for squeaky swing set sex propRead the original story

    Yesterday | Crescent-News.com

    A German court says a landlady was within her rights to evict a man for persistently using a squeaky swing set in his apartment late at night as a sex prop.

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  7. This 1 Weird Trick Will Give You Huge Boobs for 24 HoursRead the original story

    Yesterday | New York Magazine

    In just the length of time you could have a stomach flu or successfully keep a firefly alive in a jar, you could also have the big tits of your dreams.

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  8. Va. man named Stoner arrested on pot chargesRead the original story

    Yesterday | Crescent-News.com

    A Virginia man with the last name Stoner is facing drug charges after police found more than $10,000 worth of marijuana plants at his home.

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  9. Take a Look at Japan's Largest Wisteria PlantRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Weird Asia News

    These photographs show the large plant, which covers 1,990 square meters of Ashikaga Flower Park.

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  10. Md. ban on grain alcohol hurts violin makersRead the original story

    Yesterday | KRMG-AM Tulsa

    Binge drinkers and frat boys aren't the only ones despairing over Maryland's new ban on grain alcohol: Violin makers who used the liquor to make varnish are also affected.

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  11. Staying alive: Amazing survival stories showing the human spirit - plus one very stubborn chickenRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Mirror.co.uk

    After engineer Gileno Vieira da Rocha 12 days lost in a remote part of the Amazon jungle by eating wasps and insects, we look at others who simply refused to die A lucky engineer has revealed his secret to surviving 12 days lost in a remote part of the Amazon jungle - by living off a diet of wasps and flies.

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  12. Strange Bedfellows: A Stronger Economy & Lower YieldsRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Capital Spectator

    This week's upbeat data on housing has inspired a new round of charges that the Federal Reserve "is clearly behind the curve."

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  13. Student writes about killing dinosaur, is arrestedStudent writes...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WTSP-TV Saint Petersburg

    A 16-year-old High School student was thrown in jail and suspended from school for writing a fictional story for a class assignment about killing a dinosaur with a gun, CBS affiliate WCSC reports.

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  14. 4 firefighters injured when ice bucket challenge goes wrong4...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WTSP-TV Saint Petersburg

    An ALS Ice Bucket Challenge went terribly wrong in Campbellsville, Kentucky, when four firefighters were seriously injured after participating in a group event, according to Campbellsville Police Chief Tim Hazlette.

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  15. The Strange Thing Happening to the Land in Western U.S. Because...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | TheBlaze.com

    The record-setting drought in the western United States is not just leaving lawns, fields and wildlife parched, but the deficit of about 63 trillion gallons of water is actually causing the earth's crust to rise upward.

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  16. Feeling the buzz: where do phantom phone vibrations come from?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Boing Boing

    ... likening it to "a physical stimulation similar to what happens when your phone is near a speaker and you hear that weird buzzing sound as it does a 'hand shake' with a cell tower and gives off some electromagnetic interference." And the anticipation ...

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  17. Sheriff: Arden Hills Shooting Suspect Using Social MediaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CBS Local

    Ramsey County authorities say the man suspected of shooting and killing his former lover early last week is likely relying on social media to find shelter while on the run from authorities.

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  18. A vintage year for Kelbrook's annual tractor runRead the original story

    Yesterday | Pendle Today

    Now in its fifth year, 2014's run is the biggest sign yet that the event is continuing to gain traction with a record number of 36 tractors registered to participate and more than A 400 raised for Kelbrook and Sough Village Hall.

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  19. Md. ban on grain alcohol hurts violin makersRead the original story

    Yesterday | WSB-TV

    Binge drinkers and frat boys aren't the only ones despairing over Maryland's new ban on grain alcohol: Violin makers who used the liquor to make varnish are also affected.

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  20. Md. Ban on Grain Alcohol Hurts Violin MakersRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | ABC News

    Binge drinkers and frat boys aren't the only ones despairing over Maryland's new ban on grain alcohol: Violin makers who used the liquor to make varnish are also affected. 6 comments