Vagina Kayak, Black Captain America, and Weird Al

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Unless you've been there (i.e. really high), you really can't judge the two dudes for breaking into a school and stealing Froot Loops. They were hungry. Just after burning, one of the stealthy Florida teens, outfitted in commando gear, went on a mission to cure their munchies when Hernandez County Police nabbed the two "heads."

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D-Day Anniversary, Jonah Hill Is Sorry, iOS8, Drinkable SPF

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All around the world this week, but especially in France and other parts of Europe, people remembered those soldiers who so valiantly fought for freedom on the beaches of Normandy on June 6, 1944. The D-Day invasion is considered the turning point that allowed that Allies to eventually defeat the Axis powers during WWII.

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St. Vincent Befuddles, Titanosaur Remains, MERS is here.

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Indie rocker St. Vincent has been on a career high lately, recording and touring with hero David Byrne, then releasing another album to universal acclaim, topped off with an appearance on Saturday Night Live. For her SNL debut, Annie Clark (the woman behind the saintly pseudonym) pulled out all the stops and delivered one of the greatest musical appearances in the history of the show.

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Tracy Morgan Recovering, World Cup, Ruby Dee, Soylent

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Comedian Tracy Morgan is still recovering from an accident in which a Walmart delivery truck rear-ended his Mercedes limo, killing one of the passengers and seriously injuring the rest. Morgan's condition has not been upgraded from serious-but-stable, but his publicist announced that the former 30 Rock star is showing signs of recovery.

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Ballmer To Buy Clippers, #1 on Instagram, Wonder Years

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Despite caught-on-tape racist Donald Sterling's insistence that he won't sell his beloved L.A. Clippers basketball team, his wife Shelly announced this week that she, acting as sole trustee of the Sterling family trust, has agreed to sell the team to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer for $2 billion.

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Dad Was Zodiac Killer, Ann Coulter Fails, Cat Saves Boy

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A Louisiana man is claiming that his father was the notorious Zodiac killer, the serial murder who terrorized Los Angeles in the late 1960s. Gary Stewart was adopted as a young boy, and it was his search for his biological parents that led him to conclude that his father was the notorious serial killer.

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