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Vol 42 Issue 24

Whaling Ban Nearly Killed

Led by strong opposition from Japan, the body that governs commercial whaling came close to overturning the 20-year-old ban on the practice. What do...

Gates To Leave Microsoft

Bill Gates announced that he will be giving up his duties in the day-to-day operations of Microsoft in 2008. What do you think?

National Meat Surplus

Pork profits are substantially lower than last year because of a massive meat surplus. What do you think?
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AIDS Turns 25

HIV/AIDS was first described in the medical journal Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report 25 years ago this month. What do you think?
  • "Now that we've put down the stereotype of the 'gay man's disease,' we can focus on making fun of diseases that are truly gay, like reflux."

    Charles Marr
    Janitor
  • "Happy birthday, AIDS! You¹ve grown so much in 25 years!"

    Camille Guerrero
    Carpenter
  • "In retrospect, we can see how optimistic those early reports were. I mean, who could have seen Rent coming?"

    Eddie Stark
    Daycare Assistant
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