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  • Pacquiao out to prove Bradley wrong
    By on April 10, 2014 | Comments Off  Comments


    Timothy Bradley questions Manny Pacquiao’s hunger ahead of their rematch in Las Vegas on Saturday.

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  • VIDEO: Critics wrong about Arsenal – Wenger
    By on March 31, 2014 | Comments Off  Comments

    Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says that people who criticise his side have it wrong after their 1-1 draw with Manchester City.

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  • Bug Sends Lost-Phone Seekers To Same Wrong Address
    By on January 15, 2013 | Comments Off  Comments

    netbuzz writes “A mysterious GPS-tracking glitch has brought a parade of lost-phone seekers — and police officers — to the front door of a single beleaguered homeowner in Las Vegas. Each of the unexpected visitors – Sprint customers all — has arrived absolutely convinced that the man has their phone. Not so, police confirm. The same thing happened in New Orleans in 2011 and Sprint got sued. Says the Las Vegas man: ‘It’s very (more…)

  • Interview with TAL’s Ira Glass and On Being Wrong
    By on June 12, 2010 | Comments Off  Comments

    Every episode of the radio show This American Life has, host Ira Glass suggests, “a crypto-theme.” There’s whatever the story appears to be about–the financial crisis, evangelical Christianity, cryogenics–and then there’s what it’s actually about. And what it’s actually about is, as often as not, wrongness.

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  • Fake craigslist ad leads orgy-seeker to wrong house
    By on May 13, 2010 | Comments Off  Comments

    The chain of events that followed led to the arrest Monday of Richard Zeh, 29, of Newington, on several charges, including second-degree burglary, fourth-degree sexual assault, first-degree criminal trespass and disorderly conduct. His bail was set at $250,000, and he remained in custody after his arrest.

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  • SANS Report Says Organizations Focusing On the Wrong Security Threats
    By on September 15, 2009 | Comments Off  Comments

    yahoi writes “Companies around the world are leaving themselves wide open to Web- and client-side attacks, according to a new report released today by the SANS Institute that includes real attack data gathered from multiple sources. SANS found that most organizations are focusing their patching efforts and vulnerability scanning on the operating system, but they’re missing the boat: 60 percent of the total number of attacks occur on Web applications, (more…)