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New York Representative Anthony Weiner <a href="http://www.usnews.com/opinion/articles/2011/06/16/anthony-weiner-resigns--is-his-political-career-over">resigned</a> today, meaning we can finally stop making Weiner puns.
Oh so you want to do a cover of your favorite song and put it on YouTube, perhaps in the hopes of putting yourself on the music industry map, just like my little songbird friend Lelia Broussard did a couple of years ago with her cover of Beyonce's "Single Ladies" embedded above.
In last season's NFC Championship game against the Packers, Bears quarterback Jay Cutler hurt his knee (or didn't hurt his knee) and took a powder.
As residents of a renown, yet contained community, it is still vital that we protect our own and stick up for one another when outsiders breach our gates.
Animal News The bobcat seen above climbed a 40-foot-tall cactus in Arizona to hide from a mountain lion.
You know how politicians love to trot out hyped up "evidence" that violent games can make kids into violent savages.
We've been <a href="http://www.uproxx.com/gammasquad/2010/11/please-read-a-personal-appeal-from-these-links">making fun of</a> Wikipedia's <a href="../news/2010/11/whos-trying-to-buy-who-this-week/attachment/wikipediapleafromjimmywales/">urgent pleas</a> from founder Jimmy Wales for awhile now, but one thing is undeniable: their campaign is working.
Since being indicted last week on charges of perjury and obstruction, among other felonies, Roger Clemens has been feverishly denying the allegations that he ever used performance-enhancing drugs and especially that he lied to Congress.
George Lucas was on Capitol Hill Tuesday, and since congress is full of dorky old white guys, he felt right at home – or at least, as right at home as is possible for a borderline autistic.