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  1. Most young people would rather watch youtube, facebook live or instagram than watch a crusty old daytime soap.
  2. North Korea appeared to use China truck in its first claimed ICBM test
  3. Everytime she comes on, ratings of the soap tanks. AMC, GH.
  4. Howard Dean was the last successful DNC chair. He should have been reelected this year, but people accused him of being too "corporate" and too "white male."
  5. In the recent interviews she's given, Vanessa seems embarrassed at the show.
  6. Yes she was. Other JP gems: AMC's infamous Libido storyline.
  7. If anyone wants to see it, it's on VH1's website. I saw it. It's definitely soap opera. I liked it but thought it moved so fast.
  8. Dow races to new record The Dow popped 136 points to 21,144 on Thursday, landing at its first record close since March 1. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq also finished at all-time highs.
  9. Michelle? I thought he wasn't her type.
  10. At least his stories were interesting. Jean P's stories, such as the Chimera, are sleep inducing.
  11. Mo'nique to Oprah: 'S*** My D***!'
  12. Gun demand on the rise in Chicago, police say Illinois State Police say the number of firearm-owner identification applications in Chicago doubled from about 19,600 in 2014 to nearly 39,000 last year. Applications are on pace to surpass that this year.
  13. Is there any current story that isn't sleep inducing?
  14. African-American Miss USA: Health care is a 'privilege' An African-American nuclear chemist from Washington, DC, won the 2017 edition of Miss USA on Sunday night after telling the audience about her conservative political viewpoints. Kára McCullough, a 25-year-old nuclear chemist who works for the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission, told the audience how she doesn't necessarily view herself as a feminist and said that health care is a privilege and not a right. McCullough said she prefers not to use the word 'feminist,' and instead 'transferred the word feminist to equalism.' In the questions portion, she was also individually asked if affordable healthcare is a right or privilege, responding that she thought that healthcare should only go to those with jobs 'As a government employee, I'm granted health care. And I see firsthand that for one, to have health care, you need to have jobs, so therefore we need to continue to cultivate this environment so that we're given the opportunities to have health care as well as jobs for all Americans worldwide,' she explained.
  15. Could be Nelle's mother.