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  • ‘Clinically Dead’ Woman Alive and Well
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    Pronounced “very certainly clinically dead,” a woman at a French hospital woke up after 14 hours in a coma.

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  • Complete History of ‘Call of Duty’
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    Call of Duty: Black Ops is just weeks away. But before you play one of the year’s hottest upcoming shooters, find out how and why Call of Duty has bec…

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  • One-Armed Football Player Will Let Nothing Stop Him (Video)
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    Anthony currently leads his team with 15 receptions for over 200 yards and two touchdowns on the year, but it is the way he has inspired those around him that has been his greatest asset to both his team and the community of Breckinridge County in Kentucky.

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  • 6 Horror Stories of Bad Neighbor Behavior
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    Every home comes with a community; people you live with all year round, sometimes you love ‘em and sometimes you hate ‘em. For Halloween, here are a few horror stories of bad neighbor behavior—and some advice on how to deal with it. These are some crazy, creepy, and just downright weird (not so) neighborly behaviors.

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  • Antenna Arrays Could Replace Satellite TV Dishes
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    Zothecula writes “There was a time not so very long ago when people who wanted satellite TV or radio required dishes several feet across. Those have since been replaced by today’s compact dishes, but now it looks like even those might be on the road to obsolescence. A recent PhD graduate from The Netherlands’ University of Twente has designed a microchip that allows for a grid array of almost-flat antennae to receive satellite signals.”

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  • Parachuting Into Michigan Stadium with the 101st Airborne Division
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    Sgt. Adam Sniffen from the 101st Airborne Division delivers the game ball via parachute before the Michigan vs. MSU game at Michigan Stadium on Oct. 9, 2010.

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