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We remember the first submariner to travel ocean to ocean under the North Pole at Corpus Obscurum.
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A farmer in eastern Germany is suing three teenagers for igniting fireworks near his farm, causing his ostrich Gustav to become impotent.
A high-fat diet can desensitize the brain to appetite-suppressing hormones, effectively leaving the brain unaware of obesity, an Oregon National Primate Research Center study in mice has found.
A former Fond du Lac inmate told police that he was a werewolf and could change shapes after he was arrested for breaking into a woman's apartment.
MINNESOTA BLOG OF THE DAY
Amber lives in Minneapolis and blogs about the Birkebeiner, Napoleon Dynamite, and Tenacious D at An Amber-Colored Life.
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FREEDOM OF SPEECH
"I am saddened for Scooter and his family. As I have said before, Scooter has served our nation tirelessly and with great distinction through many years of public service."
— Vice President Dick Cheney, following former chief of staff I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby's conviction on federal perjury and obstruction of justice charges
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