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It's the beginning of a great new adventure in presidential communication.
The device, which its creator calls the Oscar, was installed near a service road that has become a popular dumping ground for drivers looking to empty their cars.
Pedro Quezada, a 44-year-old immigrant from the Dominican Republic, called his wife from the liquor store where he bought the ticket, telling her, "I'm a millionaire, Ines. Did you hear?”
The fourth-largest jackpot in Powerball history is awaiting the lucky winner, but no one has come forward to throw their exultant arms around it.
Despite reports to the contrary, it turns out that Linsanity is still alive, as the NY Times declares today. But wait, wasn't it the NY Times who declared Linsanity over less than a month ago?
Did you buy a lottery ticket at the King Kullen in Middle Island?
As we've been saying all along, Charlie Sheen's shows at Radio
Charlie Sheen's live show (titled My Violent Torpedo of Truth) will
michelle rick's flickr Just in case it hasn't been made abundantly
You know what they say, imitation is the sincerest form of flattery,
The below video is why the internet loves Charlie Sheen—you will not
It's been a while since we last checked in on Charlie Sheen
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