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  1. The Empire of Ice Cream by Jeffrey FordRead the original story

    Jul 1, 2006 | SF Site

    "Walking through the stacks, I now could almost hear the ambient buzz of phonemic interactions transpiring within the closed covers of the shelved books. Upon opening a volume and holding it up close to my weak eyes, I thought I felt a certain fizz against my face, like the bursting bubbles of a Coca-Cola, the result of residue thrown off by the textual chemistry.

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  2. Climate talks end 2014 in disarrayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Nanaimo News Bulletin

    In case you missed the outcome of the latest United Nations climate change conference in Lima, Peru, it was another costly, embarrassing failure. This one is likely to be remembered mostly for a staggeringly stupid stunt by Greenpeace employees, who were threatened with prosecution for defacing the Nazca Lines, a world heritage site in the Peruvian desert.

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  3. Misleading the World on Iran's "Bomb"Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Dissident Voice

    The negotiations over Iran's supposed nuclear bomb-building abilities seem to be stuck in a rut. Given the detailed undertakings by Iran incorporated in the interim agreement made last year it should have only been a hop, skip and a jump to forge a final agreement.

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  4. Geena Davis looks youthful as she snaps up Halo video games for her sonsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Daily Mail

    ... Champagne, caviar and a vintage outfit Geena Davis, 58, looks youthful in hoop earrings as she snaps up Halo video games for her sons during last-minute Christmas shopping run So it's no wonder Geena Davis was getting busy at a Toys R Us in Los ...

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  5. 'YU-GI-OH!' booster pack history: Hidden Arsenal 7: Knight of StarsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Examiner.com

    Hidden Arsenal 7: Knight of Stars , an all-holographic set in the YU-GI-OH! Trading Card Game , was released as a 70 card set in North America on April 26, 2013. All of the cards in Hidden Arsenal 7: Knight of Stars were either super rare or secret rare cards.

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  6. Cards Against Humanity donates $250K to Sunlight FoundationRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | New York Daily News

    Cards Against Humanity's '10 Days or Whatever of Kwanzaa,' follow-up to last year's '12 Days of Holiday Bulls---,' netted a another windfall to be donated to Sunlight Foundation. But the notoriously profane Chicago card game maker is now getting deadly serious - after it donated $250,000 from its holiday sales to an organization that tracks governmental cash.

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  7. Mobile leaders debate best growth strategies at VB Mobile SummitRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | VentureBeat

    ... mobile game leaders like San Francisco's Kabam are calculating the lifetime value of their users for specific types of games, and tweaking the games to optimize value over time. Within five years of getting started, Kabam has been valued at more ...

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  8. This Night Before Christmas Is Only for GamersRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Switched

    ... -- hold on. Those aren't reindeer we're hearing and definitely not mice. It's Mom, Dad and their offspring playing new games more than twice! Let's face it, a majority of us in Jocgeekland are addicted to computer games and can't wait for the latest ...

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  9. Mailbag 12/23Read the original story

    Tuesday | From The Rumble Seat

    ... New Year's, we decide to see who is the nerdiest in a competition called Nerdfest. We play different card and board games (mainly Spades and Trivial Pursuit) to see who is in fact the biggest nerd. Unfortunately because we played Trivial Pursuit on ...

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  10. Vance McAllister reflects on his wild one term as a congressmanRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | NOLA.com

    For outgoing Rep. Vance McAllister , R-Swartz, one term was enough to convince him that Congress is broken. But he's not sure his soon-to-be former colleagues are even aware how dysfunctional legislating has become.

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  11. The 15 Best Video Games of 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | TIME.com

    ... a nerd-power fantasy. Think Tony Hawk meets Sam Raimi crossed with Sid Vicious multiplied by pinball. In Upper One Games' haunting, folkloric puzzle-platformer Never Alone , you alternate between Nuna, a resourceful Inupiat girl, and an ethereal ...

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  12. Etherium, the Very First Gameplay VideoRead the original story

    Tuesday | Gamasutra

    ... and distributed original titles that have become benchmark titles worldwide - such as Blood Bowl, the strategy games Wargame, Sherlock Holmes, TrackMania, Runaway, Cities XL and also Cycling Manager and Farming Simulator. Based near Paris, Tindalos ...

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  13. 'YU-GI-OH!' booster pack history: Hidden Arsenal 4: Trishula's TriumphRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Examiner.com

    Hidden Arsenal 4: Trishula's Triumph , an all-holographic set in the YU-GI-OH! Trading Card Game , was released as a 60 card set in North America on April 19, 2011. All of the cards in Hidden Arsenal 4: Trishula's Triumph were either super rare or secret rare cards.

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  14. 'YU-GI-OH!' booster pack history: Hidden Arsenal 5: Steelswarm InvasionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Examiner.com

    Hidden Arsenal 5: Steelswarm Invasion , an all-holographic set in the YU-GI-OH! Trading Card Game , was released as a 60 card set in North America on April 19, 2011. All of the cards in Hidden Arsenal 5: Steelswarm Invasion were either super rare or secret rare cards.

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  15. 'YU-GI-OH!' booster pack history: Hidden Arsenal 6: Omega XyzRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Examiner.com

    Hidden Arsenal 6: Omega Xyz , an all-holographic set in the YU-GI-OH! Trading Card Game , was released as a 60 card set in North America on July 24, 2012. All of the cards in Hidden Arsenal 6: Omega Xyz were either super rare or secret rare cards.

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  16. How online poker reviews and Freerolls go hand in handRead the original story

    Tuesday | Examiner.com

    Online poker reviews and freerolls have an obvious connection because they both deal with poker. As for reviews, they're pretty self-explanatory, while freerolls are tournaments where players don't have to pay entry fees - it's just FREE money! But is this where the connection ends? Absolutely not, so keep reading to find out why online poker reviews and freerolls at PokerStop.com and other sites go really well together.

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  17. I am very proud to champion our town - " it is something I wouldn't swap for anythingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Swindon Advertiser

    I am very proud to champion our town - it is something I wouldn't swap for anything CHRISTMAS is fast approaching and perhaps there is no better time to welcome yet more encouraging economic news for Swindon, as the UK continues to benefit from the strongest growth rate of any major economy. Firstly, this week it was confirmed unemployment had fallen a further 1,369 in the last year alone, down to just 1.6 per cent.

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  18. Development Modules support HMIs with capacitive touch.Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | ThomasNet

    Measuring 106.7 x 68.6 mm, Model VM801B offers choice of 5 or 4.3 in. display, plus integrated projected capacitive touchscreen and fitted, plastic bezel.

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  19. 5 Simple Ways to Add Meaning (Without Cost) to the Holiday SeasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | US News & World Report

    ... in the moment. It is really tempting in this modern age to become engrossed in our cellphones, our tablets, our video games or whatever's on television. It can become a real distraction from the people around us. Instead of getting lost in that ...

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  20. Helpless addict or smooth hustler? Mark Wahlberg tries to have it both ways in The GamblerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Independent Weekly

    Not knowing when to stand, the film doubles down on narrative bets until its plot and protagonist go bust. Jim Bennett is a self-loathing author and English professor at an unnamed Los Angeles college.

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