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Stephen Litel is left practically speechless after last night's Timberwolves loss at Balls.
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Authorities have given preliminary approval to grow rice plants that include human genes involved in producing breast milk in the state of Kansas.
In what is becoming a trend among conservative Christians in the United States, girls as young as nine are pledging to their fathers to remain virgins until they wed, in elaborate ceremonies dubbed "Purity Balls."
Philippine police issued a warning to gay officers to not sway their hips or display other suggestive behavior while on duty—or they could risk losing their jobs.
MINNESOTA BLOG OF THE DAY
PiedPiper, Ilya, Anti-Everything, Xtrachromosomeconservative, Mandingo, Archduke F. F., and a Green Cowboy blog about handicapping the presidential race, the Iraq war, and the gas tax at the Pie-Eyed Picayune.
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FREEDOM OF SPEECH
"Lady, fuck off."
— actor/director Mel Gibson to Alicia Estrada, an Assistant Professor of Central American Studies at Cal State University at Northridge, after she questioned the racist and incorrect depictions of Mayans in Gibson's movie Apocalypto during a film class
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