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The Daily Word in warrantless cell phone searches, vodka-soaked gummy bears, Bocephus’ sour grapes

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Are the Dems planning a Obama-Hillary ticket for the 2012 election?

A suburb of Detroit has 1,400 street light bulbs reposessed after it fails to pay the electric bill.

California Governor Jerry Brown allows cell phones to be searched by police without a warrant.

Meanwhile, the number of cell phone subscriptions now outnumber people in the U.S.

Vodka-soaked gummy bears are now all the rage. Here’s a nifty tutorial!

UCLA might allow male and female students to bunk together in dorm rooms.

A man is stabbed in the scrotum with a hypodermic needle, which then breaks off inside. Ouch.

British TV Chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall argues that eating puppy is the same as eating pork.

As if her music career wasn’t shitty enough, get ready for a musical about—and starring— Susan Boyle.

Hank Williams Jr. writes a new song about the media and getting fired from “Monday Night Football.”

Occupy Albuquerque protesters will ask UNM for permission today to stay overnight.

A bill to remove the red light cameras had its first hearing last night. Two councilors still plan to vote to keep them. What the hell did we just vote on?

The Big Ben is found to have a slight bend. Pisa, Italy plans protest.

Westlake Ace Hardware launches an online Zombie Preparedness Center complete with all the tools you’ll ever need.

Seattle superhero Phoenix Jones is arrested after being accused of assaulting people with pepper spray.