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Felicitations, Lenny Kravitz: http://t.co/3vWZdfWmWed Nov 30 22:26:24 via SocialFlow


One pops up in conversation about as much as the other these days.

Video: The Chinese customer is king http://t.co/XP5NoPh1 #FinancialTimesWed Nov 30 18:03:28 via SocialFlow


Prince Charles: a little jealous of this guy.

Did Kevin Costner swindle Stephen Baldwin out of oil spill profits? We’ll find out http://t.co/q7DWcB6zWed Nov 30 18:20:03 via HootSuite


In this was 1992 and the premise of a movie, Peter Travers and Jeff Craig would probably call it a white-hot, slambang, edge-of-your-seat courtroom thriller. 19 years later Baldwin and Costner are still here, but the blurbsters are all gone.

Pepper Spray Creator Angered By Use of Pepper Spray via http://t.co/aEMNb2BkWed Nov 30 16:14:46 via Tweet Button


Tear ducts should be destroyed gently.

Reindeer, Crime and Underwear Pay for CBS http://t.co/3vCtuU19Wed Nov 30 21:22:24 via SocialFlow



And yet morning programming remains an unsolvable mystery...

 

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