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Chuck Terhark has your Wednesday night all planned out for you at Culture To Go.
New Hampshire state officials say a teddy bear dropped into a pool at a Fish and Game Department hatchery earlier this month clogged a drain causing the deaths of 2,500 trout.
"The Boondocks," the comic strip by Aaron McGruder that's currently in reruns, will end in November, Universal Press Syndicate has announced.
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Jodi's truck is named Ruby, her iPod's name is Kathleen Turner Overdrive, and her hilarious blog is named I Will Dare.
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FREEDOM OF SPEECH
"Literally one moment before you go on, he comes and says hello, and it's like 'Oh, my God,' because he's six feet five, and I find that to be a turn-on—my boyfriend at the time was six four. So unfortunately, the first time I met Bill O'Reilly, it was an attractive thing. I guess I assumed he was a short guy, because he's so pugnacious. He still has the Napoleon complex while being six five—that's what kind of an asshole he is."
— comedian and radio host Janeane Garofalo, recalling her first stint on The O'Reilly Factor, in the October issue of GQ
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