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Researchers at the University of Florida in Gainesville have discovered during a DNA study that gorillas were responsible for giving early humans pubic lice.
The Utah Tax Commission has asked Glenn Eurick to remove the license plate reading "merlot" from his 1996 Mercedes because the state doesn't allow alcohol-related words to be used on vanity plates.
Tommy McHugh was an angry and violent man until a stroke turned him into a happy artist who spends his days drawing, sculpting, and writing poetry.
MINNESOTA BLOG OF THE DAY
Craig is a 34-year-old web developer living in Minneapolis and blogging about 300, his love-hate relationship with Avril Lavigne, and mountain biking at neongreen.com.
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"Over the years, Ding Dongs have had brushes with Hollywood fame, with reports indicating that chocolate lover and singing sensation Kelly Clarkson is a fan of Ding Dongs as well as the lead character in TNT's award-winning crime drama, The Closer."
— excerpt from a press release promoting the 40th anniversary of the Hostess Ding Dong
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