Robin Roberts, Death Stars, and Carp Dogs

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Robin Roberts, Death Stars, and Carp Dogs

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Wild ride in Ferrari damages Great Wall of China | buswk.co/Jfd1ga

— Businessweek (@BW) May 9, 2012

It's happened so many times in cartoon where the rambunctious animal protagonists visit China. China had to expect some real-life blowback.

The entire world is watching Robin Roberts right now huff.to/JdPSOZ

— HuffPost Media (@HuffPostMedia) May 9, 2012

Robin Roberts: bigger than season three of Moonlighting.

Should we build a Death Star? wapo.st/JfbpTD

— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) May 9, 2012

Well...it didn't wok for Darth Vader. And Reagan could never get his version off the ground. We're just saying: past history suggests Death Stars are fraught with potential complications

Is there a German word for 'chutzpah'? There should be: slate.me/IXCT49

— Slate (@Slate) May 9, 2012

Don't say the Slate boycott of Google Translate didn't have its costs. 

"If you can't beat 'em, eat 'em!" Would you try carp dogs? fb.me/1RsMhXpQM

— Field & Stream (@FieldandStream) May 9, 2012

If the carp was fresh, not flash frozen, and maybe lightly grilled before being impaled on a popsicle stick, then yes: we would eat a carp dog. Gladly.

So like us: These 8-year-old twins go ape over their iPads. The older orangutans could care less. bit.ly/JZlYvw

— AJC(@ajc) May 9, 2012

Older orangutans demand to know if you can get email on that thing, repeatedly ask, "Now is this an app?"

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