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The Fifth Down: Gronkowski Greets News Media Without a Boot bit.ly/A4mON8— NYTimes Sports (@nytimessports) January 31, 2012
It's questionable how well this will go over. We tend to think candidates are pandering when they appear on TV wearing an open-collar shirt and a blaze. But we're old-fashioned.
How the reclusive meat-maker Boar's Head became such a powerful force in the world of deli meats: slate.me/yTpTjh— Slate (@Slate) January 31, 2012
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory as a book about a boy in a magical chocolate factory. Everyone knows that story would have been better if Augustus Gloop got caught in a brining tank.
The Washington Post insists is still out there, running happily through D.C.'s many glens and meadows.
Chris Matthews, having fun: FL race a 'horror show' and 'torture chamber'! (Hair could use some pep, though.) twitpic.com/8e3znu— HuffPost Media (@HuffPostMedia) January 31, 2012
This is possibly the best travel tip ever for all the alcohol drinkers out there, and it saves you money econ.st/ygPbfN— The Economist (@TheEconomist) January 31, 2012
It's not about refilling the vodka bottles from the mini-bar with water. Good thing too, because the Financial Times had a big, thick piece about that last week that answered all out questions
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