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NEW YORK—Fans of professional football turned out more than 100,000 strong last week to watch grown men perform calisthenics, huddle around one another, and even run up to and touch orange cones, spokesmen for the NFL said Wednesday.

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SPRINGFIELD, IL—After ending the 2010 fiscal year with a record $4.7 billion in unpaid bills, officials say Illinois has been actively pursuing a number of sexually explicit scenes in direct-to-DVD features until it gets back on its feet.

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Sherrod To Sue Breitbart

Shirley Sherrod, the former U.S. Department of Agriculture employee who lost her job because a heavily edited video posted online made her look like a racist, plans on suing blogger Andrew Breitbart for posting it. What do you think?

  • "Litigiousness often goes hand in hand with unrepentant racism."

    Justin Bell
    Systems Analyst
  • "I'm always scared of people taking my words out of context. That's why I make sure never to say the words 'I am a racist.' Oh wait, crap."

    Lynda Cross
    Radial Arm-Saw Operator
  • "Suing people who edit online videos unfairly isn't going to solve the problem. Unfairly editing an online video in direct retaliation is going to solve the problem."

    Oren Parnell
    Nozzle Worker
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