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Daily Archives: 13 May 13, 2009
COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) – College Station must seem like heaven to many Aggies. So the city of College Station is putting the finishing touches on an eternal resting place for them. The new Memorial Cemetery of College Station is … Continue reading
MOUNT LAUREL, N.J. – A former student claims in a lawsuit that the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey discriminated against him for the way he described his background in classroom discussions on cultural diversity. Paulo Serodio said … Continue reading
If there was ever a dog that deserved a second chance, Andre is that dog. He’s been living with just two legs for a long time. “He’s just a fun loving guy, very warm personality,” Martin Kaufmann with OrthoPets said. … Continue reading
Order a meal in any fast-food restaurant, and you’ll likely walk away with a sandwich, fries and a drink. If you had to identify the ingredients of this meal, you might list beef (or chicken), lettuce, tomato, cheese, ketchup, bread, … Continue reading
The artist started to collect her hair and toenails since 1985, once she dies, her cremated remains will be part of this collection. I’m thinking there’s no way she kept all of her nail clippings – I mean, sometimes those … Continue reading
Japan Probe tells us that a store in Fukuoka is selling heart-shaped watermelons.
The federal government may be using a lot of Monopoly money these days, but no matter how you slice it, $20 million is a lot of cash. That’s what the United Methodist Church is spending on its ReThink Church campaign … Continue reading
But one day that rock is going to come loose. It’s a good thing a microburst didn’t come his way – that’s a Dallas reference in case you are wondering.