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Steve Monaco has the Monday Movie Quiz at Couch Pundit.
New Zealand is not for sale, despite somebody in neighboring Australia trying to unload the nation of four million to the highest online bidder on eBay.
General Motors Corp. said Friday that the 2006 model year will be the last for the H1, which has been the foundation for the automaker's Hummer brand.
China's leading web search company has launched an online, user-generated encyclopedia modeled after Wikipedia, which is blocked by Beijing.
MINNESOTA BLOG OF THE DAY
Paul Allen is an elementary school teacher living in Minneapolis and blogging record reviews at 3 Minutes, 49 Seconds.
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Owen Wilson pays yet another man-child, this time screwing up the lives of Matt Dillon, Kate Hudson, and Michael Douglas in You, Me and Dupree.
FREEDOM OF SPEECH
"The story we tell is loaded with all sorts of hooey and fun kind of scavenger-hunt-type nonsense."
-- Tom Hanks, dismissing the Catholic Church's boycott of his new movie The Da Vinci Code
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