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Vol 44 Issue 24

Area Grandmother Tries Indian Food

BLOOMINGTON, MN—Witnesses report Eileen Rutherford, 78, was overwhelmed by the unusual aromas but appeared delighted when a recognizable pea rolled out of her samosa.

Cricket Located

IRWIN, PA—In a feat of extraordinary patience, auditory precision, and monklike concentration, 42-year-old Pat Baer interrupted his favorite TV...
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CD Sales Down, LP Sales Up

While sales of CDs fell 17 percent between 2006 and 2007, sales of LPs rose 36 percent in the same period. What do you think?
  • "I think at this point people are just fucking with the record industry as a whole."

    Tammy Parnell
    Loan Officer
  • "LPs may be nice for the audio tourist, but wax cylinders have a warmer, more natural sound."

    John Bamford
    Building Inspector
  • "If there's a better format for listening to hissing, popping, and crackling than on a cumbersome yet fragile 12-inch piece of vinyl, I'd love to hear it."

    Carlos Feinglass
    Systems Analyst
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