Good morning, Beez-townzies! Let's go to press:
Oh! And if you aren't all "sports out" from yesterday, tune into Blogtown tonight for Ezra Ace Caraeff's live blog-erage of the Blazers vs. Bulls game!
Protests lessen in Egypt, even while President Mubarak boosted government employees salaries by 15 percent—ASS-KISSER!!
And while President Mubarak is still undeniably a dick, Egypt has found a new person to hate.
Will the African nation of Sudan snap in two? Expect an answer later today.
Today in "No Duh!": UN says female circumcision should stop!
AOL buys the Huffington Post for a cool $315 million. In a related story, my cousin Chet bought a used Toyota Corolla for $3500. RIP OFF!!!
Lawyers say that Wikileaks founder Julian Assange could wind up in Guantanamo Bay if he's successfully extradited. (That sound you hear is the government rubbing their hands in glee.)
Motorola's inexpensive Xoom tablet is expected to be released on February 24—but hold up! Things are not as "inexpensive" as they would have you believe.
SAD: The bodies of two drowned Oregon teens have been recovered after being swept into the ocean.
Now here's what's going on in your neck of the woods: Showery and 50 today, three dry days ahead with highs in the upper 40s.
And finally, in case you're wondering how America felt about the Black Eyed Peas half-time Super Bowl show, well, the results are in:
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