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"Cat-astrophe" should really be more careful. Doctor-patient privilege doesn't extend to consultations with Slate's advice columnist.
John Bercow: parliament has rediscovered its 'balls' http://gu.com/p/3vmpt/tf
No thanks to the Lords Spiritual, we might add.
GOP politician: "I was never ascared of the unions but they better not F#%k with me again!!! Just saying." http://mojo.ly/p0Vj1R
They really shouldn't. You don't want the mayor of Miller's Crossing as an enemy.
Commentary: First lady eats a hamburger and the world ends http://fb.me/189YJKVR8
This seems far less likely to end the world than, say, this...
Romania's Ambassador on Her Love of Ribs, Cherries, Adour http://t.co/WDIvHPH
Now this is a world-ending menu. A universe-ending menu, even.
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