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Michael Clarke Duncan Still on Respirator Following Heart Attack

Michael Clarke Duncan, the actor best known for his performances in “The Green Mile”, “Daredevil”, and “Sin City”, is still recovering from the heart attack he suffered last week, according to US Weekly. The actor, 54, has been on a respirator since last Friday, though doctors are now stating he is able to breathe “above” the device, which, apparently, is …

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If You Spend a Lot of Time Online, You Probably Have a Mental Disorder

Never mind ruining your eyesight, alienating your friends, or developing a serious Vitamin D deficiency — apparently spending too much time in front of a computer screen could lead to serious mental health disorders. According to a recent study perpetrated by a group of researchers at the University of Gothenburg in Sweden, devoting a large section of your life to …

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Kerry Kennedy: Ambien Zombie or Reckless Driver?

Kerry Kennedy: Ambien Zombie? That’s the headline currently making the rounds, though family and friends say her bizarro behavior has nothing to do with the consumption of drugs. So if prescription medication isn’t to blame, then what caused New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s ex-wife to plow into the side of a tractor-trailer last week? Reckless driving? Poor road conditions? Kennedy …

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Felon Shoots Himself in the Penis, Charged with Firearm Possession

The next time you take an old firearm out of the closet in hopes of reselling it for some extra cash, you might want to make sure it works before leaving the house. Furthermore, when you’re fiddling with the pistol to see if everything’s a-okay, make sure that the gun isn’t loaded beforehand. And should you discover the piece comes …

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Ford Escape Recall to Address Carpet Issues

The Ford Escape recall scheduled begin on July 23rd will address some serious issues with the vehicle’s carpeting, according to Orlando Sentinel. Nearly 10,000 2013 Ford Escapes manufactured at the company’s Louisville, Kentucky plant between March 8th and June 7th are thought to be affected by this recall. According to reports, carpet padding located near the center console trim panel …

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Cat Mayor: Feline Has Enjoyed the Position for 15 Years

The cat mayor of Talkeetna, Alaska has enjoyed his position for 15 years now, and is considered by many to be the town’s most popular tourist attraction. Stubbs the cat, who calls locally-owned Nagley’s General Store his home, has roughly 1,000 followers on Facebook, exceeding the town’s population by at least 100. Although his position is honorary, his story is …

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U.S. Ship Fires at Indian Fishing Boat in the Persian Gulf

U.S. ship fires at what authorities describe as a “small, white pleasure craft” after repeatedly telling its occupants that the vessel was too close for comfort, according to CNN. After issuing multiple warnings to those aboard the fishing boat, the military supply boat fired several shots in an attempt to disable the target. In the process, at least one person …

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Lauren Spierer’s Family Awaits Test Results of White River Skull

Lauren Spierer, a student at the Indiana University, mysteriously vanished from Bloomington, Indiana over a year ago. Her family has been on a nightmarish mission to locate their missing loved one ever since, though nothing concrete has turned up since she vanished. Although they’ve pleaded repeatedly with Lauren’s captor to release her, the family has heard nothing from the person …

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NHL Referee Murder: Ladislav Scurko Convicted of Stabbing Former Tenant

NHL referee murder: Ladislav Scurko, who was drafted by the Philadelphia Flyers in 2004, has been convicted of stabbing a former referee, according to Yahoo News. The incident occurred in 2008 following a dispute between Scurko and Marek Liptaj, who once lived in the professional hockey player’s home. Upon learning that Liptaj did not have cancer, an argument promptly ensued. …

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Iron Man 3 Footage Debuts at San Diego Comic Con

Iron Man 3 footage debuted at this year’s San Diego Comic Con, a fact which has caused those who weren’t in attendance plenty of aggravation and irritation, I’m sure. Even as someone who is slowly growing tired of the superhero movie trend, I’m curious to see the footage in action. Since director Jon Favreau is stepping down to allow “Lethal …

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Octomom Makes Her Awkward Stripping Debut: Twitter Reacts

Octomom Nadya Suleman was originally scheduled to perform at a little joint called T’s Lounge, a strip club in West Palm Beach, Florida. However, a seemingly harmeless news report featuring quotes from a few of the establishment’s employees apparently rubbed her the wrong way, causing her to bail on the show. A lawsuit promptly ensued, though this didn’t stop the …

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Mom Suing Justin Bieber For Ruining Her Hearing

To the mom suing Justin Bieber: Newflash, lady. Concerts are loud. People are loud. When you toss Justin Bieber into the mix, things are going to get louder. Although I feel bad that her ears have been damaged, at some point you have to blame yourself for the situation. Because, like I said, concerts are loud, and if you’re old …

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