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Steve Monaco has a second installment of "What I Watched in 2006" at Couch Pundit.
Diablo Cody plays with her dolls at Pussy Ranch.
Saying they were acting on behalf of Pilar More, a woman who felt cheated by the revelations about the truthfulness of "A Million Little Pieces," the Chicago law firm Dale and Pakenas filed suit in a Cook County, Illinois, court against the book's publishers, alleging consumer fraud.
Nathaniel R. Helms at Soldiers for Truth is reporting that two soldiers, who are currently staging for combat operations from a secret location, claim their commander told them if they were wearing privately purchased body armor and were killed, their beneficiaries might not receive the death benefits from their $400,000 SGLI life insurance policies. [via AmericaBlog]
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"We'll miss this hilariously loud and manic--yet somehow relatable and admirable--family."
-- Fox entertainment president Peter Liguori, cancelling Malcolm in the Middle
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