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96-year-old Woman Who Voted During Jim Crow Is Denied Photo ID – This is such a shame. We have to rectify these overbearing voter laws before this election gets stolen. {Nashville Scene 

Ex-teacher gets 5-year prison term for student sex – Why do teachers keep getting themselves mixed up in this? As a former teacher, I can’t begin to understand it. {Houston Chronicle}

Google’s Motorola hits Apple with new patent lawsuit – Apple sues Samsung, Samsung sues Apple. Apple pulls YouTube aps, and now Google sues Apple? Let the tech wars begin. {CNET}

Lil Wayne Gives Nicki Minaj Control Of Dedication 4 Freestyle – So this mean she’s go back to actually rapping? {MTV}

Scientists find new family of spiders, with fearsome claws, in Oregon cave – WTF? {Washington Post}

Rappers’ Delight: Nas Shoots “Bye Baby” Video With Lance Gross + Azealia Banks On Her Abusive Mother – Yeeeesssssssss my favorite song off the album. I hope the video is just as good. {theYBF}

More Seniors Living Longer, But More Are Obese: Report – So being fat won’t kill you? {Washington Post}

Chad Johnson, From Bad to Worse: He Faces Foreclosure, And Borrows From Private Investors! – Ok. He’s officially having the worst week EVER. {Gossip Extra}

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  • Mademoiselle

    Clutch: The seniors article is linked to the spiders article.

  • shadow

    Ev left Chad cause she found out he was broke! I think she would’ve fought it out with him as needed if he still had his contract and his coins flowing right.

  • Mademoiselle

    So… I went ahead and googled the seniors article. It’s here: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/08/17/seniors-living-longer-obesity-age-65-older-americans_n_1798622.html

    There’s definitely a disconnect in the research if they’re saying nearly twice as many seniors are obese now compared to 20 years ago, yet they’re projecting the senior population will almost double in the next 15-20 years. Maybe they’re expecting great strides in geriatric medicine that will more than offset the limitations of obesity. That’s positive, right?

    • Mademoiselle

      Or maybe they’re expecting a lot fewer of the 40-50 year olds today to pass away in the next 15-20 years, so their population will greatly offset the obese 65+ population that don’t make it. Still positive, right?