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A Minute After the Mics are Off - 5/27/10

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Marking the death of Art Linkletter
 Art Linkletter, host of the popular TV series People Are Funny and House Party in the 1950s and 1960s, died Wednesday at his home in Los Angeles. He was 97.
 Check out this amazing photo of clouds in Hungary
This sounds like the premise for a scary movie. A cell phone company has suspended one particular phone number after every person assigned to it died in the past 10 years! The first owner, Vladimir Grashnov – the former CEO of the Bulgarian phone company which issued the number – died of cancer in 2001 aged just 48. Then the number was given to a mafia boss who was gunned down in 2003 at age 31, then passed on to a crooked businessman, who was gunned down in 2005. To be fair, it seems the last two victims kind of had it coming. But it's quite the creepy coincidence that they all had the same number. Guess you never know when the Grim Reaper is gonna call!
John Fogerty's "Centerfield"  will be honored this year at the Baseball Hall of Fame induction this year in Cooperstown, New York July 25

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