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Now parents don't have to worry about their kids catching glimpses of potato chips and whisky as the watch uninterrupted episodes of shoot-outs on "Hawaii Five-O," autopsies on "CSI: Miami" and double entendres on "Two and a Half Men."
A warm, fuzzy feeling: ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson admitted during a speech that fossil fuels are warming the planet but says fears about the effects of climate change, fueled by an "illiterate" public and a "lazy" press, are overblown.
Tillerson's speech was then interrupted when he was eaten by a polar bear.
Work your fingers to the bone: A survey of more than 1,000 teens found that most of them see Facebook, Twitter and social networking as a positive in their lives, helping them maintain friendships. Although 36 percent, weary of the pressures of constant texting and posting, sometimes longed to go back to a time before Facebook was invented.
Those were simpler times; you only had to move your lips to talk to your friends.
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