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Will Smith slaps reporter who tries to kiss him

Will Smith may be a supporter of gay marriage, but that doesn't mean he wants to lock lips with random dudes — something one reporter from the Ukraine learned the hard way when the star backhanded him on a red carpet. Will Smith tends to be a little VIDEO – Will Smith slaps hits reporter […]

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Washington P

Expect lower gas prices heading into Memorial Day

Since the protesters have pretty much ruined the fun in Chicago this weekend, I've decided I will halt any plans for fun until Memorial Day Weekend. In my quest I've found great places to eat, events, and shop during Memorial By Casey Meserve Memorial Day was originally known as Decoration Day and was not celebrated […]

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MarketWatch

Facebook: The new Mount St. Helens?

May 18, 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens. Original negative is 9×9 black/white aerial. USGS Photograph taken on May 18, 1980, by Robert Krimmel. KVAL News asked: Where were you on May 18, 1980? This story is based in part of responses posted to the Mt. St. Helens, 5.18.80. (click image to embiggenate to godlike […]

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USA TODAY

AP: Country singer Loretta Lynn married at 15, not 13

The Associated Press has discovered documents that show country music legend Loretta Lynn is three years older than she has led people to believe. The Associated Press has discovered documents that show country music legend Loretta Lynn is three years older than she has led people to believe. By Stephen M. Silverman Cast by the […]

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Fox News

SpaceX rocket poised to make history with Saturday AM launch

By Muhammed El-Hasan, Staff Writer SpaceX CEO and Chief Technology Officer Elon Musk, left, speaks Wednesday, July 13, 2011 with Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom about plans to launch the Falcon Heavy, the largest launch vehicle since the Saturn V moon rocket, I am sitting in a motel room near the Mojave Spaceport where I am […]

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NPR

Preakness: Will I'll Have Another Take Another Win?

A valet — "equipment manager" is a better description — for more than 20 years, he will have six or seven jockeys and 14 races to juggle on Preakness day, and in the 20 minutes between races, he must pull together saddles, silks, head gear and goggles. Race-goers celebrate with a Baltimore tradition ahead of […]

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FIS

EU gets serious about sanctions against Iceland, Faroes

The truth is that pilot whales continue to be killed in the Faroe Islands. The Faroese, by all accounts have no plans of stopping the mass killings that they call, 'tradition.' This 'tradition,' known as 'the grind,' consists of Faroese continuing to ID=1129. Pubblicato da Giovanni Colombo a 5/18/2012 04:46:00 PM · Email ThisBlogThis!Share to […]

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EU gets serious about sanctions against Iceland, Faroes

Random Places: Faroe Islands. More on the Faroe Islands: Faroe Islands (Wikipedia). randomly put together by sully86 at 1:35 AM. Labels: Faroe Islands, living, nature, people, places, random, scenery, travel Foreign Minister Össur Skarphéðinsson has condemned the possible sanctions against Iceland and the Faroe Islands being discussed within the European Union (EU) at the meeting […]

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MarketWatch

Facebook: The new Mount St. Helens?

May 18, 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens. Original negative is 9×9 black/white aerial. USGS Photograph taken on May 18, 1980, by Robert Krimmel. KVAL News asked: Where were you on May 18, 1980? This story is based in part of responses posted to the By AP Facilities at the Mount St. Helens National Volcanic […]

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Washington P

Glitches mar Facebook stock debut

[HuffPost] INDEFINITE DETENTION BILL FAILS IN THE HOUSE – Bad news for anyone with "al-" in their name or among their Facebook friends. Mike McAuliff: "A judge may have found unconstitutional the law that allows people to be held indefinitely without The Facebook IPO generated intense attention from the media and investors on its opening […]

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