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Survey finds American adults are risk takers

Posted: 02/03/2009 - We're not smart cookies when it comes to eating cookie dough, and too often engage in all kinds of other risky behavior. Those are the findings of a Consumer Reports telephone survey of 1,000 adults.

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NJ lawmakers tune out when choosing a state song

Posted: 02/02/2009 - New Jersey lawmakers are singing the same old tune - nothing. They put off a vote Monday on choosing four state songs, leaving the state the only one without an official ditty.

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NJ disc jockey to part with Jenny's number

Posted: 02/02/2009 - After five years fielding thousands of calls to one of rock 'n' roll's most celebrated phone numbers, disc jockey Spencer Potter is hanging up on Jenny.

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Virtual heroics: Gamers can try NYC river landing

Posted: 01/30/2009 - - You can be the virtual Hero of the Hudson. An online video game inspired by the heroics of Flight 1549's crew offers players the chance to try landing a plane in the Hudson River.

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Gluttony and strippers reign at Philly Wing Bowl

Posted: 01/30/2009 - In a gut-busting display of championship eating, a man nicknamed Super Squibb has won Philadelphia's Wing Bowl by downing 203 chicken wings in about 20 minutes.

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No more free salt, sand for people in Mass. town

Posted: 01/29/2009 - Residents of a small Massachusetts town used to be able to help themselves to a free bucket of sand and salt from the highway department to treat their steps and walkways after a snow storm. But no more.

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New Zealand inmate stroll stopped by pole

Posted: 01/29/2009 - It was less than a Great Escape. Two New Zealand prisoners who were handcuffed together as they fled a courthouse foiled their own getaway when they ran to opposite sides of a light pole, slammed into each other and fell to the ground.

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Cops: Goldilocks intruder lived in people's homes

Posted: 01/28/2009 - There wasn't any porridge to be too hot or too cold, and the homeowners weren't three bears, but a burglar emulating Goldilocks enjoyed other food and found the chairs and beds to be just right.

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Sheriff: Mich. man stages break-in, then calls 911

Posted: 01/28/2009 - Authorities in Michigan say a 24-year-old man broke into a gas station and called 911 on himself, claiming he wanted to go to jail to be with his incarcerated brother.

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One for the books: Baby born in Denver library

Posted: 01/28/2009 - There wasn't time to look up any books on obstetrics before a woman gave birth in the Denver Public Library. Library spokeswoman Celeste Jackson said the woman walked into the library Tuesday, said she had been riding a city bus and was in labor. She gave birth just inside the library entrance.

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Presumed mammoth tusk is actually a whale jawbone

Posted: 01/27/2009 - Earlier this month, a graduate student photographed what some thought was a remarkable find: A complete tusk of a prehistoric pygmy mammoth. Fortunately, it didn't turn out to be a mammoth - it was something even far older.

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Mexican chefs make world's biggest cheesecake

Posted: 01/26/2009 - Mexico has long been known for tacos and tequila - but cheesecake? Chef Miguel Angel Quezada says 55 cooks spent 60 hours making the world's biggest cheesecake - a 2-ton calorie bomb topped with strawberries.

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