She'll perform on the steps this morning. It will be cold. I wonder how that will be on the pipes. But she's a pro. It's very meaningful, since it was beyonce, of course, who sang the edda james'... See More
She'll perform on the steps this morning. It will be cold. I wonder how that will be on the pipes. But she's a pro. It's very meaningful, since it was beyonce, of course, who sang the edda james' classic "at last" for the obamas' first dance as president and first lady. I can't imagine the pressure of singing on the steps of the capitol. Good for her. That's different from a big concert venue. That's the real thing. It's the real deal. A library in sydney, australia, has made a big decision. They're moving all books about lance armstrong to the fiction section. Titles like "lance armstrong: Images of a champion." And "lance armstrong: World's greatest champion" will no longer be in the nonfiction section. The move follows his confession that he relied on drugs. And move them to fiction. There's a sign in the library that says can find all lance armstrong books in fiction. Well, it's true. This is also reportedly true. And get ready for it. A genetics professor from harvard school of medicine says he has collected enough dna from neanderthal fossils to make a person. Look, there's a picture. No. Professor church believes, sam, cloning the species, believed to be our ancestors, 33 million years after they became extinct, could provide answers to diseases like cancer, hiv. And hold the key to longer living. If it makes you feel better, the professor has ruled out trying to clone dinosaurs. And it is illegal in many countries, including much of the u.S., To try cloning a neanderthal. He is accepting invitations for an adventurous woman. They go right to the car commercials. Isn't there a neanderthal lawyer? There's a beer commercial. Right in the commercial world. That's true. There's a viable means -- career. Career. Leave that in fiction.
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