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Fame changes people. Not Sir Paul, obviously, but some people have a hit record and suddenly start worrying about doing things that will come across saucy, or even sassy.
It strikes us that there weren't nearly enough bears in Kim Jong-il's elaborate self-mythology. Would it have hurt him to throw in a few stories about knocking out some grizzlies to become the heavyweight champion of the world?
In the Vatican's defense, they would have preferred to use Encarta, as per usual, but Rome borrowed it to finish a history project.
The fact that WikiLeaks didn't break this story is surprising, and proof that the White House's top-secret party communication channels remain secure.
It's been awhile since we've received daily arrests reports from Wisconsin's capital, and frankly, we kind of miss it. Seems like things are always going on out there.
If you think this is bad, wait until Slate gets around to weighing in on the sorry state of hoverboard technology
Maybe he forgot to wear cufflinks. We certainly compare ourselves to Charlie Rose when that happens.
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