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News T Shirts: As soon as the news hits tees get designed in this day and age. I try to keep up with the big news shirts here.

Hey. Check it out, you can listen to the whole Scott Pilgrim VS. The World soundtrack at

The album is full of great songs and sprinkled with some uneasy listeners, but overall it’s good. Not a big fan of Plumtree, which happens to play a big part in Michael Cera’s wardrobe for the movie. Frank Black should never play music without his The Pixies buddies. Black Lips are wicked. Broken Social Scene wrote  a couple of short selections for Crash and the Boys and has one ditty of their own on this collection. Beck’s song Ramona is sort of boring, but I bet it works perfect in it’s intended place…enhancing a montage of Pilgrim pining for Ramona, meeting Ramona, sexy timing Ramona, getting pissed at Ramona, fighting Ramona’s exes, getting pissed at Ramona, and finally sexy timing Ramona again…this is just a guess. I didn’t go to a pre-screening.

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Hey you heard the story. You cheered the man who busted the customer is always right myth, plus went totally styley after getting clocked in the face by obnoxious, passenger bitch woman. He made his farewell speech over the intercom, grabbed two beers, checked outside to see if anyone was under the emergency slide exit (the story his lawyer is floating), and slid to freedom double fisting and fabulous.

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from The Daily Caller:

“‘To the city of Cleveland, my fans in Cleveland, my fans in northeast Ohio,” said James, “I want to say thank you for the last seven years and the years that continue to go in the future.’”

Read more on LeBron does charity thing in Akron…Lives to talk about it…


from The Galloping Beaver:

“Tropical Storm Colin had almost died. Then it found conditions which allowed it to restrengthen and now we have a fairly powerful cyclone bearing down on Bermuda with a likelihood of arriving there early Saturday morning.”

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from Xenophilia:

“… Massive quantities of fluoride– millions of tons – were essential for the manufacture of bomb-grade uranium and plutonium for nuclear weapons throughout the Cold War. One of the most toxic chemicals known, fluoride rapidly emerged as theleading chemical health hazard of the U.S atomic bomb program–both for workers and for nearby communities….”

Read more on Flouride in drinking water program stemmed from development of atomic bomb…


from TechCrunch:

“In November 2008, Tony Fadell, Apple’s senior vice president of the company’s iPod and iPhone divisions, stepped down due to “personal reasons.” At the time, this was thought to be a blow to Apple, as Fadell was considered to be one of the execs on the short list to eventually succeed Steve Jobs as CEO. But Apple wasted little time finding a solid replacement: Mark Papermaster. But now, not even two years later, Papermaster is out as well, the New York Times reports today.”

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This story is true and again shows the effects of global warming, but, really, whats a little ice cube in the great big ocean tumbler. The bigger story is how the Russians are involved, and for that you have to get away from the biased media and follow the coverage on the only news outlet that really has no agenda:

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from ShowBizSpy

“FORMER boxing champion Mike Tyson admits he accepted a role in hit film The Hangover because he needed the money to fund his drug habit.”

My first thought is it’s a heckuva lot better than sucking a dick and probably paid more too. He was a terrific casting decision, so I’d have to say it was a win-win. Plus, Iron Mike probably got enough dough for the cameo that he was able to ramp up the narcotic consumption, which eventually led him to rehab and go on a strictly Vegan diet.

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from Below the Beltway

“As the ball took flight, arcing toward center field, Alex Rodriguez jogged toward first base with his hands outstretched, his palms up. It is the universal body language for “What did I do?” but Rodriguez knew exactly what he had just done. His chase for 600 career home runs had lasted 12 games and 46 at-bats, but it was finally over.”

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from The Huffington Post

“A federal judge overturned California’s gay-marriage ban Wednesday in a landmark case that could eventually force the U.S. Supreme Court to confront the question of whether same-sex couples have a constitutional right to wed.”

Read more on Prop 8 Overturned Gays Can Be as Miserable as Straights…


from Climate Progress

Dan Maes said a bike share program “converting Denver into a United Nations community.” Obviously, the dude dropped $5K on his custom mountain bike and is pissed that people are just riding all over Denver on loaners.

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from the Los Angeles Times:

“Warren Buffett and Bill Gates say they’ve gotten pledges from 38 other super-rich Americans to give most of their wealth away to charity or other philanthropic causes during their lifetimes or at their death.”

Read more on The Giving Pledge: Heirs Banding Together to Stop the Madness…