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Church ladies' big, bold hats may soon need their own homegoing service: wapo.st/Hn3oKO— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) April 9, 2012
Here we go with the Big Hat bashing. Just in time for spring.
FBI: American Universities Infected by Foreign Spies... drudge.tw/InFNNu— Drudge Report (@Drudge_Report) April 9, 2012
American universities ordered to just put some aloe on it. American universities argue, "The aloe isn't working! The aloe isn't working!" And so it goes.
Why jerks make for good heroes: slate.me/I4qbPV— Slate (@Slate) April 9, 2012
The jerkiness. Also, the lack of conscience. And don't forget the overall meanness.
What religion stories should we write about next?huff.to/HnZ65L— Huffington Post (@HuffingtonPost) April 9, 2012
Help The Huffington Post out, folks. It's getting late in the day. Something about Easter? Passover? Tick-tock
Move over eye candy, here comes the business tech boom | buswk.co/Is9mJo— Businessweek (@BW) April 9, 2012
Out of the way, pretty girls and handsome boys: there's a business technology boom to scope out.
Observatory: Tending a Sick Comrade Has Benefits for Ants nyti.ms/ICgQcb— NYTimes Science (@nytimesscience) April 9, 2012
We get this: it inflates the ant's sense of self-worth. And their ant colleagues will go, "Did you hear who Jerry visited?" And then they'll say the name of the sick ant Jerry visited. And everyone will be impressed.
So if all else fails, we've got that going for us. Which is nice.
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