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The Daily Word with Bryan Cranston, No Circumcision, Expensive Space Flights

Only 38% of Americans believe that Obama was born in the USA.

Coffee prices are at a 34-year high.

Turn this into a movie! Police arrive at a crime scene to see a man pick up a circular saw and cut off his leg.

More excellent feature film fodder; a sword fight breaks out in a NYC Sikh temple.

“Breaking Bad” star Bryan Cranston shoots this sweet promotional vid for a celebrity charity softball game at Isotopes Park.

A man is caught on tape peeing on cough drops in a drug store.

A woman is offering a $100,000 after a politically-motivated chihuahua-napping.

Start saving; a trip to space on Virgin Galactic will run you a cool $200,000.

Albuquerque Tortilla Company has been sold to Mission Foods for $8.8 million. :(

Flavor Flav’s chicken restaurant closes after just four months.

A man breaks into a Christian radio station and threatens to rape the host.

A ban on circumcision could be on San Francisco’s November voting ballot.

Thanks to Geoffrey Anjou for some of today’s links.

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The Daily Word With Angry Birds Movie Trailers, Heart-Charged iPods, Etch A Sketch Art

Texas is thinking about legalizing gambling to make up for their own budget deficit. Yee haw?

Welfare recipients in NYC may soon be forced to scrub subways to get their check.

Your iPod may soon be able to be charged by a beating heart.

This man completely lost it when he failed to steal a muffin fromthe Copper Canyon Cafe on Gibson.

An explosive device was found in an old refrigerator near Wyoming and Osuna.

If you’re in the market for your very own aircraft carrier, now’s your chance!

All those bastardized online abbreviations you’ve come to love (or hate) make the dictionary.

Take a look at this sweet gallery of amazing Etch A Sketch art.

Richard Simmons stars in this really creepy airline safety video for Air New Zealand.

This Ohio man gets a cable bill in the mail for a cool $16 million.

Watch this hilarious “real life” movie trailer for Angry Birds.

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The Daily Word 3.5.11: Synthetic cannabis prohibition; Berlusconi; Yekaterinburg

Meet the refugees from Lybia. None are Lybian.

The man who started this revolution is being assassinated every day.

More Berlusconi.

Old School drug prohibition bill in the House. Thanks Steve Terrell.

P.K. Dick fans hate movies based on his books.

Update on the Voina Russian art collective bust.

Maryland is ending it's crab license buy-back program. Save the Bay.

Bold smuggler caught at one of the world's premier interdiction points.

NYC drivers still park like assholes.

This week's TSG mugshots.

This is where the don't ask don't tell repeal is. 60 days late and a bathrobe short.

On this day in 1995 the remains of the missing members of the Romanov family were exhumed in Yekaterinburg.

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The Daily Word 2.4.11: Gas Outages Everywhere, Walmart to Conquer NYC, Puppy Bowl

We’re still under a state of emergency due to the gas outage, so lower your thermostats and turn off any appliances you’re not using.

Meanwhile, Mexico rescinds its offer to send electricity to gas-short Texas.

City leaders in Long Beach are asking for teens to pick up their sagging pants in respect of Black History Month.

Don’t violently barrage your mailman with snowballs.

ADHD could could be caused by certain types of foods.

What a little rebel! Miley Cyrus gets tattoo number five.

Rejoice, NYC, for Walmart is on the verge of sinking their fangs into you.

If you’re not a football fan but just a fan of all things adorable, Animal Planet will be showing its annual Puppy Bowl. Puppies!

Fashion designer Kenneth Cole apologizes for his jackassy self-promoting Egypt tweet.

APS extends Superintendent Winston Brooks’ contract.

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