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Peter Scholtes honors Martin Luther King Jr. at Complicated Fun.
Unborn children don't count when it comes to carpool lanes, according to an Arizona judge's ruling.
Israel won't do business with Pat Robertson after the evangelical leader suggested Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's massive stroke was divine punishment, putting into doubt plans to develop a large Christian tourism center in northern Israel.
An Ohio jury convicted a man of domestic violence for throwing what the prosecutor called a large sex toy into the eye of a woman with whom he lived.
A western Colombian city councilman wants to require everyone in town 14 or older to carry a condom to prevent pregnancy and disease, outraging local priests.
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"Former Alito clerk Gary Rubman witnessed Mrs. Alito leaving her husband's confirmation in tears and is available for interviews."
-- a bulletin from Creative Response Concepts, a conservative public relations firm, following Samuel Alito's wife leaving the nomination hearings during questioning from Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) [from Time Magazine via DailyKos]
"There's definitely an Anderson effect."
-- colorist Louis Licari, on 38-year-old CNN anchor Anderson Cooper's salt-and-pepper 'do prompting other graying journalists to ditch their Grecian Formula
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