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UNCOMFORTABLE FOOD Wednesday, June 18
Former NYPD officer Gilberto Valle, 30, was convicted in 2013 of conspiring to kidnap and torture — and then cook and eat the corpses of — an unspecified number of women he had listed on a website called DarkFetishNet.com, even though he insists …
LIBRA: July 16-21 Tuesday, July 15
  Kris Kristofferson is in the Country Music Hall of Fame, but it took a while for him to launch his career. One big break was at age 29 when he was sweeping floors at a Nashville recording …
HIT ME BABY ONE MORE TIME! Wednesday, June 18
Winston-Salem surgeon Stuart Meloy and associates recently won their patent for an "orgasm machine" (first mentioned in NOTW in 2001), allowing patient trials to begin soon by a Minnesota company. The often-described birth of the device came as Dr. …
SCORPIO: July 16-21 Tuesday, July 15
  In her poem “Looking Back,” Sarah Brown Weitzman writes that she keeps “trying to understand / how I fell / so short of what I intended / to do with my life.” Is …
THE BIG BENGHAZI FREAKOUT Wednesday, May 14
House's special select committee to 'investigate' the attack has everything to do with inflaming the money-generating right-wing noise machine
THE CROSSROADS Wednesday, June 18
Alvin Brown's pension agreement is less a victory than an opening for opponents to take him down
SAGITTARIUS: July 16-21 Tuesday, July 15
  “There is no such thing as a failed experiment,” said author and inventor Buckminster Fuller, “only experiments with unexpected outcomes.” Bring that spirit  to …
CAPRICORN: July 16-21 Tuesday, July 15
  Architects in ancient Rome used concrete to create many durable structures, some of which are still standing. But the method of how to make concrete was forgotten for more than 1,000 years …
CRAPPY JOB Wednesday, July 16
Municipal engineers in Melton Mowbray, England, were called out in June to fix a lingering sewer overrun caused by, they found, "hundreds" of tennis balls that had apparently each been flushed down toilets. Said the project manager, "We expect …
BROWNIE POINTS Wednesday, July 16
After two third-graders wet their pants on May 15 at Mill Plain Elementary School in Vancouver, they blamed teachers for too-strictly enforcing their classroom's "rewards" system, in which good behavior earns students points redeemable for, among …
 
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