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Debbie Blumenthal
Attends University of Michigan School of Information
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There are reasons I have only been to Walmart once and never shop on Black Friday
Violence marred Black Friday shopping in at least seven states, including California -- where police say a woman used pepper spray in a bid to cut in line.
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"Are students really human? Well, they are...just a different kind of human"
-my Marketing professor
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Oh man, "Dexter" just had the most amazing "American Gothic" reference. Anyone else catch that?
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Interesting comparison.
By Dan Gilgoff, CNN.com Religion Editor (CNN) -- Both are managed by male dominated-hierarchies. Both are revered by millions of people. And both allegedly dealt with accusations of sexual abuse of ch...
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Robot logic is awesome.
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To all you crafty people: Are there any DIY home decor blogs/sites that you'd recommend?
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Get pumped, GO BLUE!
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5 girls huddled around a little radio at panera... <3
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what the heck...i don't even know how to react to this
A historian has been arrested in central Russia after police found the corpses of 29 women, dressed as dolls, in his apartment, authorities said this week.
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Maybe his excuse is that he was just "archiving" women. There are really wicked people out there.
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"For textiles and garments industries, the uncertainty of future prospects, particularly the post-Multi-Fibre Agreement (MFA), looms largely."

That sentence makes me laugh.
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I think most MFAs experience "uncertainty of future prospects"
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Nothing I haven't heard, but every time I read stuff like this, it gives me pause. I
Bob Greene says one tech expert is advising people on ways to escape from an addiction to their digital devices.
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I know a lot of us are freakishly obsessed with cute animals. Enjoy.
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Wait. That Bambi in that dude's hand has got to be photoshopped.
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Graduate student at the University of Michigan School of Information
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Foilist on the University of Michigan Club Fencing team, studied abroad twice--in Okinawa and Kyoto, planning a 184-mile bike ride after graduation
Education
  • University of Michigan School of Information
    2010 - present
  • University of Michigan College of Literature, Science, and the Arts
    Asian Languages and Cultures, 2006 - 2010