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Seattle: The Number One City for Coffee Snobs

(NEW YORK) — If you had to select any city in the U.S. with the most discerning coffee addicts, chances are Seattle would be at the top of most people’s lists. 101 more words


7 things Chris Christie did in Mexico

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From eating at a traditional Mexico City taqueria to inking trade and education deals, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has been cruising around Mexico City all week, tweeting and Instagramming. 449 more words

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Ferguson Officer Shot; 2 Suspects Wanted

A Ferguson police officer was shot in the arm Saturday night after encountering two men at a community center who ran from him and then opened fire during a foot chase, authorities said. 274 more words

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I Am Never One To Be Political, Like Ever.

But the recent news coverage about ISIS is something I need to mention.

I’ve been so in shock on how the networks have been covering the events and how they’ve been generalizing the entire Islamic population. 573 more words

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Sarah Palin: Obama Is ‘The Media’s Favorite President’

Sarah Palin: Obama Is ‘The Media’s Favorite President

’Inquistr ^ | September 27, 2014Posted on 9/27/2014, 9:02:38 AM by Cringing Negativism Network

Speaking at the… 316 more words

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FBI: Oklahoma beheading not linked to terrorism

UPDATED 9/29/2014 6:50 P.M.

MOORE, Okla. – Cleveland County District Attorney Greg Mashburn says his office will be ready to file official charges on Alton Nolen Tuesday afternoon. 2,083 more words


Jim Lantern reblogged this on The Lantern Journal and commented:

I live in Norman, just south of Moore - which is just south of Oklahoma City. Just found out abut this on CNN on TV, then ABC news article. Finally found a local news report about it. Thanks KFOR.

Clippers owner Steve Ballmer wants his team to use only Microsoft products

(ABC News) — You can take the man out of Microsoft but you can’t take Microsoft out of the man.

Steve Ballmer, the former CEO of Microsoft, who is now enjoying a second act as the owner of the Los Angeles Clippers, wants to make sure his team is loyal to the company that made him a billionaire. 249 more words