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October 22, 2012

Jeremy Epstein Is (Still) Famous

The 20-year-old "old soul" was the unexpected star of Tuesday's presidential debate — and despite the flood of well wishes, he's never had any trouble with the ladies. His little sister translates the internet: "IM FAMOUS HES FAMOUS WERE ALL FAMOUS."

Little Boy Wants To Be A Princess For Halloween

Boxing kids into gender stereotypes is alive and well in 2012. ABC went undercover with child actors to see how customers react to children who want to buck conventional costumes.

This Is Not A Photograph

It is a pencil drawing. Diego Fazio sure fooled me (and you too I bet).

Romney Warned In 2003 Of "Temptation" To Use National Security To "Take Political Shots"

The former Massachusetts Governor has hammered President Obama for Benghazi, but in 2003 thought partisan politics should be avoided when dealing with nation security. Romney said at the Republican Governors Association "I hope that we will not fall into the temptation to establish political policy or take political shots based on what we find out after the fact.”

Obama Promised To Be Open About Foreign Policy Decisions

Issues like the aftermath of the Benghazi attack and talks with Iran will be a central topic at the final foreign policy debate in Florida. In 2007, then-Senator Obama promised an open foreign policy and to be transparent about decisions made by his administration.

5 Weirdest Questions On Scientology's Sea Org Application

Former Village Voice editor-in-chief Tony Ortega has obtained a copy of the application people must fill out who want to be part of the Sea Org, Scientology's strict religious order for which members sign billion-year contracts. "You can't be shot for what you have done, you can only be shot for what you haven't told us."

Gadget Ads Are Written By Twitter, Now

"We are literally pulling conversations that are happening in our category and reflecting them in our ads," says a marketing exec at Samsung, somehow calling into question his his profession, the entire advertising industry, and Samsung's position against its primary competitor, all at the same time.

Romney Campaign Toughens Website's Iran Language

The campaign updated the language of the Iran section of their "on the issues" page in early October, expanding what's "unacceptable" and including adding a section hitting the President for "his willingness to talk without preconditions or pressure." The White House recently said they were prepared to meet Iran for one-on-one talks but denied a Times report that they had agreed to sit down with the country after the election.

Allen West Is Too Controversial To Lose

The Florida congressman loves the attention, and welcomes the press. "What is there for me to apologize for?"

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