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Shane Boor, who faced harassment charges for flipping off a state trooper, is free to let his finger fly again. The Colorado State Patrol requested that the matter be dropped after the ACLU let it be known the organization would defend Boor's right to express himself digitally -- just like th ... More >>
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There's a certain political group that pays a lot of lip service to individual property rights -- raise your hand if this sounds familiar: Lower taxes, gun ownership, capitalism! As it turns out, there seems to be one aspect of individual property that certain group does not seem to respect ... More >>
It's going to be PepSuber-less Super Bowl.Pepsi -- a stalwart in the high-stakes Super Bowl Sunday advertising game -- is bowing out this year, leaving a MacGruber-sized hole in the commercial breaks. So, while crossing our fingers that Bud Light doesn't bail, we dug up some of Pepsi's bet ... More >>
Alex Solcaâ€‹Cannibal Corpse didn't invent death metal, but it has become one of the genre's definitive bands. Forming in Buffalo, New York in 1988, Cannibal Corpse quickly came to prominence due to its decidedly brutal music and horrifically detailed lyrics to match. From the beginning, Cannibal's ... More >>
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