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Freedom for women.
WHEN YOU GOTTA GO: 7 On Your Side tested a product that lets women stand up while they pee. It may be just the thing you need if you dread using porta potties. http://abc7ne.ws/1B2fkOZ 

Yes or no, would you give this product a try? 
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Take that Toy Story
The real reason dinosaurs are extinct
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Took this photo last night in my backyard with my new Sigma Macro lens.  She is getting fatter by the night.
Black Widows have been out for a month or so here in Vegas,  You can tell their webs because it looks like they were on LSD when woven.
The best way to exterminate is with a steel spatula. 
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Public awareness is what makes changes. 
Did you survive the Great Recession?  Our documentary wants to include the most inspiring stories of people who have helped others find jobs.  Create a short 1 minute video to share your story.

#RecessionStories   #PinkSlipMixers   #Crowdfunding  

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+Edwin Duterte and I are creating a documentary to share the stories of people that got PinkSlipped in the past 4 years.  We want you to share your story.

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And he learned from this.
Nothing to be alarmed about folks - just a gorilla riding a bicycle.  
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This should be educational and entertaining.
Ever thought about trying a time-lapse video but wasn't sure where to start? Did you try one, but run into problems? We're hosting a Google Hangout on Tuesday at 3pm ET where we will answer your questions on how to shoot the perfect time-lapse video!
Leave questions via Twitter at #timelapescnn or at this link (or right here!) You can join the Hangout Tuesday at this link as well.

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Who sees this now?

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I hope I'm lucky enough to see this...from afar of course.
Have you heard? An asteroid is going to zip past Earth next week.

NASA scientists say the 150 foot rock will pass within 17,000 miles of our planet -- the closest known approach ever for an asteroid of this size.

But, apparently there's no need to worry. NASA insists there’s absolutely no chance of a collision.

Read more --> http://bit.ly/WStW00
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