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Hungry Jack syrup truck spills onto Buttermilk Pike
A highway truck accident never sounded so delicious. A semitrailer hauling Hungry Jack pancake syrup collided with a highway median at the Buttermilk Pike overpass in northern Kentucky, causing the truckload of syrup to spill all over the highway.
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Morgan Freeman says he doesn't believe in God
- but but, If I believed he was god and he doesn't believe in god, does that leave the alien door wide open?GeorgesII
- who cares what this pedophile thinks? Is he a scientist or theologian of some kind? He's just an actor.randommail
- <Morgan Freeman is a pedophile??Al_dizzle
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Vandals have defaced the Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial in Jerusalem with graffiti denouncing Zionism.
One of the slogans daubed in paint on the walls of the memorial read: "If Hitler had not existed, the Zionists would have invented him."
- pablo28 0
Tornado rips roofs in Venice
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This about sums that cunt up. Im surprised anyone would invest in facebook after what he did to his friends. Didn't anyone watch the movie. He is an arrogant cunt.
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Lance Armstrong... finally
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Girl, 10, has vein made from her own stem cells successfully transplanted
Scientists have successfully transplanted a vein made from a 10-year-old girl's own stem cells into her body. It is the first time such an operation has been reported and marks an important step in the practical ability of doctors to use stem cells to grow replacement cells for damaged or diseased tissue.
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Amazon and Google are staking claims to large swaths of the Internet under a new system for labeling Web domains, bolstering their ability to control traffic as the Web expands beyond the realms of “.com,” “.gov” and “.org.”
Amazon has applied to control the “.book” and “.movie” names, for example, meaning that anyone else selling those items would have to get the company’s permission to be listed within that domain.
Google was among the most prolific applicants, seeking to register 101 names at an application cost of $18.7 million. Never lacking in its quest for virtual completeness, the company is seeking to control “.mom,” “.dad” and “.kid.”
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