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Up to 60% off Designer Sale - online only. http://www.saksfifthavenue.com/
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Did +30 Rock's Liz Lemon really marry Criss Chross? Find out! http://bit.ly/RnTguA
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Meanwhile at Disneyland

Now that Disney owns Lucas Films, this gif has become surprisingly relevant.

#lol #disney 
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'Choa!': An Asian elephant called Koshik has astounded scientists with his Korean language skills. http://on.cnn.com/QYvRfF
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November is National Peanut Butter Month!

While the invention of peanut butter is often falsely credited to George Washington Carver in the US, its first appearance as we know it today is actually from a patent issued in 1884 to Marcellus Gilmore Edson of Montreal, Quebec, Canada. http://goo.gl/vuybS

Our question for you is: Crunchy peanut butter or smooth? 

#FridayFunFact  
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Recipe of the Day: Brussel Leaf and Baby Spinach Sauté >> http://epi.us/Pr8Xzp
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Top Gear loves a bit of race-car-for-the-road action, but these Ford GTs by RH Motorsports take that term to a whole ‘nother level.

RH liked the look of the real Matech Ford GT1 race cars so much that it bought the company's moulds, engineering and complete bodywork and made them terrifyingly legal.

There's method to their madness, as buying a race team's cars means that someone else has already had to deal with the brainache of development, wind tunnel testing and aero package optimization. But RH has gone one step further...

...Continue reading at:
http://www.topgear.com/uk/photos/road-going-ford-gt1s-2012-10-31
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                     The honeybee’s final sting
Photograph by Kathy Keatley Garvey
If you’ve ever wondered why honeybees tend to die after stinging someone, this picture says it all. In an incredible capture by Kathy Keatley Garvey, a UC Davis Communications Specialist in the Department of Enomology, we see a bee stinging a person’s arm and then attempting to fly away as the stinger remains lodged in the victim. That trail of goo you see? It’s actually the bee’s abdominal tissue. The remarkable capture netted Garvey the first-place gold feature photo award in an Association for Communication Excellence competition.On the fortunate timing, Garvey said she was walking with a friend and a bee came close to him and started buzzing in a high-pitch. She said that’s normally a telltale sign that a bee’s about to sting, so she readied her camera and snapped four photos.
YouTube : The honeybee's final sting
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