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CITY PAGES BLOGS AND NEWS
Steve Monaco has posted this week's Monday Movie Quiz at Couch Pundit.
Gary Hodges warns you to not get hustled by Pocket Pool, new for PlayStation Portable.
The City Pages Media Taster lets you actually hear the great music you read about in City Pages—just launch, click, and listen. Simply download the Media Taster and you'll automatically receive a digital mixtape of music on a semi-regular basis (including free MP3s), legal and free of charge.
A gang stripped a South African man before supergluing him to an exercise bicycle while they ransacked his house.
President Bush is backing a proposed law that would pull the plug on lawsuits alleging telephone companies illegally cooperated with the National Security Agency in its warrantless wiretap program. [via Undernews]
Borat star Sacha Baron Cohen beat out Johnny Depp to portray singer Freddie Mercury in a Queen bio-pic.
MINNESOTA BLOG OF THE DAY
A Bit More Humid, Possible Flurries, White Out Conditions, Pacifist Viking, and Partly Cloudy and Pleasant blog about living the frugal life in the Twin Cities at We Have Mixed Feelings About Sven Sundgaard.
[Minnesota-based blog directory
Mac vs. PC with a South Park twist
The 20 Most Amazing Coincidences, I guess ever
FREEDOM OF SPEECH
"Right now law enforcement carefully monitors all firearms sales to those on the terror watch list. Injecting the attorney general into the process just politicizes it."
— NRA spokesman Andrew Arulanandam, speaking against the passage of a law that would prohibit suspected terrorists from buying firearms
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