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Man Thinking About Just Packing Up And Making Exact Same Mistakes Someplace Far Away

TEMPLE TERRACE, FL—Feeling the need to get out of his suburban hometown and make a fresh start for himself, local man Gregory Forlano told reporters Tuesday he is seriously considering throwing all his belongings in the back of his car and making the exact same mistakes someplace far away.The 36-year-old Florida native said that after years feeling dissatisfied with his stale social life, his tedious dead-end job, and the monotony of his daily routine, he

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American Voices: Study: Amount Of Time Spent With Kids Doesn’t Matter

     A new study has found that the amount of time parents spend with kids between ages 3 and 11 has less correlation with how they turn out than the quality of their time spent together, so it’s important that parents aren’t too stressed, anxious, or sleep-deprived when they’re interacting with their kids. What do you think?“I’ll hold off on celebrating until they publish a study saying the quality of my

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Opinion: Can Anyone Truly Be Said To ‘Own’ The Complete James Bond Collection? (by Martin Hainey)

While out shopping for a friend’s birthday gift last weekend, I came upon an item I certainly wouldn’t mind having for myself—a DVD box set containing all 23 official James Bond films. As a huge 007 fan, I was amazed, and I got to thinking how great it would be to own every installment in the series. But then a difficult question occurred to me: Can it ever be said that anyone truly “owns” the

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Tampa students stand against U.S. intervention

Tampa, FL - Over a dozen students at the University of South Florida (USF) gathered outside of Russell M. Cooper Hall on campus, March 30, to condemn recent interventions by the U.S. in Venezuela, Iraq, Syria and Ukraine. The students made speeches and chanted, attracting other students to listen. James Kramer of Tampa Students for a Democratic Society explained, "Cloaked in the rhetoric of ‘human rights, democracy and freedom,’ the U.S. ruling class supports invasion

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Avoiding Popular Songs Somehow Accomplishment For Local Man

OAKLAND, CA—Speaking with evident pride as he mentioned how he doesn’t listen to the radio, local man Dan Mills appeared to be under the impression that his avoidance of mainstream music was somehow a noteworthy accomplishment, sources confirmed Tuesday. “‘Chandelier’? I’ve never heard of it,” said Mills, brimming with satisfaction over his success at evading a song that has been on the Billboard Hot 100 chart for almost a year. “Sia sings it? Which one

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Totally Unknown Guy Strolling Around Your Part Of Office For Some Reason

YOUR OFFICE—Suddenly reappearing at your workplace after two visits late last week, sources confirmed Tuesday that a totally unknown guy is once again strolling around your part of the office for some reason. The well-dressed man, who not even coworkers who have been at your company for a long time could identify, is reportedly perfectly at ease placing a call in a vacant cubicle and has been seen through the glass conference room door apparently

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Cost-Cutting Measures Force Company To Start Hiring More Female Employees

HARTFORD, CT—In an effort to remain financially solvent by keeping payroll expenditures in check, executives at the Banford Group announced Tuesday they would have to start hiring more female employees. “Due to ongoing economic pressures, it’s crucial for the well-being of this company to rein in the growth of operating costs, so effective immediately all new hires must be women,” said CEO Jay Collier, adding that the cutbacks would require department managers to only consider

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American Voices: Report: Bill Clinton Gave Romney Debate Advice For Beating Obama

     In an article about how Bill Clinton’s mistakes could potentially derail his wife’s presidential campaign if she runs, The New York Times reported that while he was backstage with Mitt Romney at the 2012 Clinton Global Initiative, he gave Romney advice about how to go up against Obama during the presidential debates. What do you think?“Boy, I’d make a several-hundred-thousand–dollar campaign contribution to be a fly on that wall.”Rodney Gibbs

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