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This Hilarious Dog Has NO DAMN IDEA How Hedgehogs Work

Bringing new pets home is always a gamble when you have other critters running around. Unless you’ve previously introduced the animals beforehand, you never know whether they’ll get along amazingly or duke it out as soon as they meet. While this woman from Tokyo, Japan, didn’t have to deal with anything as bad as the […]

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Better call Saul! You should consider these #HolderReplacementNominees [photos]

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http://twitter.com/#!/JDtheBard/status/515154746902986752 Well, Sweet Meteor of Death would certainly be a breath of fresh air after the disaster that was Eric Holder, but we hear SMOD’s in pretty high demand these days. So, in case he/she/it’s not available, here are some other good #HolderReplacementNominees: Jesse Jackson #HolderReplacementNominees — Jodi 戰士 媽媽 (@APLMom) September 25, 2014 Sharpton. #HolderReplacementNominees […]

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Disappointment: Sarah Palin endorses entrenched incumbent GOP Sen. Orrin Hatch

http://twitter.com/#!/keder/status/205118690818138112 In an interview with Greta Van Susteren on Fox News tonight, Sarah Palin offered an endorsement to Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) in his re-election bid. Hatch, a six-term senator with a big-government voting record and nearly four decades of costly progressive partnerships with the likes of Ted Kennedy and his old pal Arlen Specter, […]

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Obama’s charm offensive spurs thoughts of things more charming than Obama

#ThingsMoreCharmingThanObama this is the best trend ever. my life is complete 👌 — katherine (@kkniallersmofo) March 13, 2013 She’s not alone! The hashtag is trending. Obama’s “charm offensive”? It’s not working. Obama’s charm offensive falters as Carney lashes out… drudge.tw/15K1PTM — DRUDGE REPORT (@DRUDGE_REPORT) March 12, 2013 And these Twitter users are explaining why: Get […]

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If These Dogs In A Remote Part Of The North Don’t Get Help…They May Be Put Down

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Way up near the top of the globe lies Iqaluit, the city capital of the Canadian territory of Nunavut. This “city” only has about 7,000 people, however, and the Iqaluit Humane Society has a hard time finding homes for the over 25 dogs that it houses every month. Yet, it still manages to be the […]

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