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Britt Robson assesses Randy Wittman's head coaching debut at Balls.
We remember local breakfast cereal industry innovator Lester Borchardt at Corpus Obscurum.
Taxi drivers in China's financial capital of Shanghai are to be issued with "spit sacks" to curb their habit of rolling down their windows and spitting into the road.
Tuna are fast disappearing, with important stocks at high risk of commercial extinction due to weak management, warns a WWF briefing.
MINNESOTA BLOG OF THE DAY
Lee Odden, Thomas McMahon, and Karen Sams post about social media, online PR, and blogging at the Online Marketing Blog.
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Two hamsters in a high-speed wheel will be the funniest thing you see today.
Henriette Mantel and Steve Skrovan have co-directed a documentary examining the life of consumer advocate turned presidential candidate Ralph Nader entitled An Unreasonable Man.
FREEDOM OF SPEECH
"Honoring a man whose legacy involves breaking animals' bones and scalding animals to death in defeathering tanks is contrary to the values of most compassionate citizens."
— actress/author Pamela Anderson, to Postmaster General John E. Potter on KFC's request to put Colonel Sanders on a stamp
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