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Police Raid Justin Bieber’s Home

Following allegations last week that Justin Bieber threw eggs at a neighbor’s house, police raided the teen pop idol’s Calabasas mansion yesterday morning. What do you think?

  • “That will teach him not to waste food.”

    Blake Caso
    Laboratory Assistant
  • “Seems like only yesterday Justin was a fresh-faced, inordinately famous, deeply disturbed 15-year-old.”

    Bart Lambert
    Lacquerer
  • “Overcoming such adversity will only make his art even stronger.”

    Kelly Hirschfeld
    Systems Analyst