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We could always count on Andy Rooney to point out life's little annoyances. Andy is gone, but the problems are still there. Here are ten to add to the list Published 2:56 p.m. January 16, 2013 - Comments
Some people actually are more vapid than President Obama. Dedicated to those who say plenty but say absolutely nothing, here are the top 10 bimbos of 2012. Published 9:01 p.m. December 27, 2012 - Comments
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