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Monthly Archives: January 2016

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Sea Lion Climbs 145 Steps to Browse La Jolla Gift Shop

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Sea Lion Climbs 145 Steps to Browse La Jolla Gift Shop: A sea lion with an apparent love of retail, managed to climb the 145 steps up a coastal cliff to a La Jolla beachside gift shop, wandered around the … Continue reading

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Bears Jay Cutler Gets Slammed in Fan’s Obituary

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Bears Jay Cutler Gets Slammed in Fan’s Obituary: Chicago Bears veteran quarterback Jay Cutler has shouldered a lot of criticism since entering the NFL in 2006, but a female Bears’ fan slamming him in her obituary has everyone in the … Continue reading

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Deaf Man Stabbed in Signing Misunderstanding

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Deaf Man Stabbed in Signing Misunderstanding: A deaf man in North Carolina, communicating to a friend via sign language, was stabbed multiple times after he was mistaken for flashing gang signs. In an attempt to avoid further mishaps, officials are … Continue reading

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Tower Top of Empire State Building Originally Intended for Dirigibles

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Tower Top of Empire State Building Originally Intended for Dirigibles: Historians say that the top of the tower of the Empire State Building was originally intended – but never used – as a mooring place for dirigibles. It seems such … Continue reading

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Mammoth Bones Found Under Oregon State’s Stadium End Zone

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Mammoth Bones Found Under Oregon State’s Stadium End Zone: A massive femur and several other bones from a 10,000-year-old mammoth have been found under the north end zone of Oregon State University’s Reser Stadium during an off-season renovation, the university … Continue reading

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