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    This hasn’t happened yet, but give it time.

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    An Illinois attorney with a client suing for wrongful fee charges during a house refinancing came to find that the true culprit in the matter was a company he, himself, owned. And that’s why you don’t have shady side businesses, people.

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    How writers enjoy drama: Turns out the “one-armed man” not only had both arms but merely injured his dominant hand! Yet during this injury, he learned to appreciate how much more his friends helped him out. Cool story, bro.

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    This is weirdly suspicious.

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    The most popular baby names this year are classics: “Liam” and “Emma,” so perhaps we have a few years until things take a turn.

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    BUT WOULDN’T IT BE GREAT IF IT DID?!

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    The 14-year-old boy was unharmed after the pet goat with the solid name attacked him, but the paperboy did have this to say about the kerfuffle: “That was a freaky goat!” Indeed.

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    No study has actually been done on the matter, but all that time dwelling in the basement… Just sayin’, it would make sense.

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    This article was published in England’s Daily Echo, and it’s as oddly sweet as it is funny.

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    The actual article discussed a woman who survived an attempted homicide to tell the police about it, so a simple inclusion of “attempted” would have made this, you know, make sense.

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    That figure has not actually been proven, but with all the Pepes and Dat Bois, one starts to wonder when the studies will roll in.

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    No, but if this happened, the parents of the child who won would likely feel bad for feeling so good about this.

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    Business: pretty sure you’re doing it wrong, county.

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    Data also shows that 72% of former “emo” teens admit to their parents that it was, in fact, “just a phase.”

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