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Strangers stand in solidarity by way of Facebook likes
GARY, IN--Jerome Blackburn found the strength to continue debating in a religious discussion forum when a total stranger 'liked' two of his posts.
Seat belt savior
WORCESTER, MA--Dr. Amit Sharma always preached that seatbelts save lives, but was still surprised to see a would-be mugger get shot dead by one.
Correct word fourth on spellcheck list
STOUGHTON, MA--David Thacker didn't realize how badly he had misspelled 'Vicariously' until he saw the correct version a distant fourth option on the spellcheck suggestion list.
CONWAY, NH--Sam Hedgewick explained to emergency room attendants that if he had specified which arm should have been tied behind his back, he totally would have won that fight.
Teenager passes sexual milestone
SARASOTA, FL--Jake Cavlet, 17, broke his personal record of six encouraging car honks during a makeout session before Jen Dittenhall, 16, insisted they leave the Costco parking lot.
SAN DIEGO, CA--Five years after hearing it for the first time, Danny Orsi still has no idea that the
Black Sabbath song "Iron Man" wasn't written for the film series.
BEREA, OH--Closeted white supremacist Erica Barr had a polite conversation with her black neighbor Dylan Jackson, even if she was violently gripping the pepper spray in her purse the whole time.
Confusion over Chavez Doodle
JEFFERSON CITY, MO--Emily Corem isn't sure why it's politically correct to portray Jesus as a middle-aged Hispanic man, but at least Google is doing something to commemorate Easter.
Student likes own status on Facebook
RUSH, NY--Sperry High School student Kathleen Conner brought out the rare self-like on a Facebook status she thought was especially witty.
Panda Garden and exercise prove fatal
CLINTON, MO--Edward Garvey figured that 12 hours was enough distance between a Panda Garden meal and a treadmill run. He was wrong.
WASHINGTON, D.C.--Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Mary Schapiro wasn't sure why reporters were calling the SEC "the undisputed best", but she'll take compliments wherever they come from.
South Carolina man figures out Al Gore's TV deal
AIKEN, SC--If Al Gore selling his TV station to Al Jazeera isn't proof Democrats are buddies with the terrorists, Brian Randell doesn't know what is.
Man trying to turn supermassive black hole discovery into Yo Mama joke
FARMVILLE, VA--Despite an hour-and-a-half of research, Pat Stion is uncertain if scientific terms can accurately convey how gaping Jacob Gulanski's mother's vagina is.
Third Grade Teacher Overrules Company's Spelling
SHELBY, MT--Ms. Torbitt doesn't care where 9-year-old Chris Spacer's dad works, 'Wearhouse' is not the correct spelling.
Woman wondering if that's an extra period or unfinished ellipsis
BROOKLINE, MA--Amy Tripwaller wasn't sure if her friend's text, 'That made my day..see you tonight' contained a two dot ellipsis or an extra period, but she wasn't about to ask, either.
Student couldn't care less if called Mike or Michael
LANGHORNE, PA--Neshaminy High School sophomore Michael Bellamy didn't really care if his English teacher Mr. Comeau called him Mike or Michael, but chose Mike because it has fewer syllables.
Man tweets #Occupy for old time's sake
NEW YORK, NY--Paul Easthouse tweeted #Occupy today to mark the movement's one-year anniversary, then after looking at the tweet and sighing heavily, returned to his life of corporate enslavement.
13-year-old can't stop giggling at "Free Pussy Riot" signs
HASLETT, MI--Andy Boxtun can't stop laughing at slogans made in defense of the Russian punk band, including "Free Pussy Riot", "Pussy Riot is Not a Crime", and "First They Came for the Pussy Riot."
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