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Rosy Riddle Went to Piddle

Rosy Riddle went to piddle

And found that her face was flushed. 

As she flushed the toilet, she concocted a riddle:

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[Updated] 'Serial' To Revisit Season 1's Subject Matter Alongside Season 2

Let’s face it. We all love Serial and we’re obsessed with the podcast’s second season — this time, the familiar story of Bowe Bergdahl. The sixth episode of the season was posted this morning, … 232 more words


Propaganda, Cyber and "Social Media" -- Iraq seeks to take Islamic State offline

World | Thu Feb 4, 2016 5:15am EST


A 3D plastic representation of the Twitter and Youtube logo is seen in front of a displayed ISIS flag in this photo illustration in Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina, February 3, 2016. 1,225 more words

Controversial blogger says 'Return of Kings' rallies cancelled over 'safety concerns'

A controversial American blogger and pick-up artist known for his pro-rape views has cancelled several rallies scheduled to be held across the world Saturday, including in Calgary, citing safety concerns. 228 more words

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Save Internet Radio! Sign The Petition! Call Your Congressman!

This was submitted by another broadcaster who used to be on Live365.  He’s running the “Save Internet Radio” Facebook Page.


Good afternoon/evening! The time to SAVE internet radio is NOW!

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New Search Engine Pairs 'Simpsons' Scenes to Your 'Simpsons' Quotes

Have you ever had a Simpsons quote stuck in your head for days, only you can’t remember what scene it’s from, or even which episode from which season? 140 more words


Yahoo to Cut 15% of Workforce, Explore Strategic Options - WSJ

  • Yahoo Inc. on Tuesday announced plans to eliminate roughly 15% of its workforce and explore “strategic alternatives” for its struggling Internet business…
  • The announcement accompanied Yahoo’s fourth-quarter report in which the company reported a loss of $4.4 billion, hurt by write downs on Tumblr and other assets, as revenue grew 1.6% to $1.27 billion.
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