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Kanye West's new album already 'pirated 500000 times'

This plea seemingly worked with the music service's app shooting to the top of Apple's app store charts. Nothing is sacred or seemingly impossible in the digital age, but great job to West for breaking new frontiers with his latest album! "Even diehard fans are saying his new album sucks, but as for Mr.

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Tennessee Coach Butch Jones Defends Team's Culture after Lawsuit

Multiple coaches, however, vehemently denied Tennessee has a toxic culture for women. But look at it from the perspective of a woman who has been assaulted or will be in the future. "Everything is about the alleged victims". Tennessee coaches feel it is unfair that the spotlight is shining specifically on them when this is clearly a problem throughout college sports.

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Feb 29 welcomed by leap-year babies all over world

It does, however, require a leap week every five or six years. The day for leap babies to finally celebrate their birthday is coming. She has grown to accept it, she said . I got mad at her when she told me I was only 1-year-old. "The restaurant was kind of taken aback from that". She calls them his 'un-birthdays'. It can go from not to be able to select the birthdate on a drop-down menu online to dealing with inaccurate legal documents.

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Nintendo NX Releasing This Year with Zelda as a Launch Title

Again, it's worth emphasizing that none of this should be taken as confirmation of what the NX would be like, it's all rumored at this point. Earlier this week a Neogaf poster spilled what were claimed to be a number of inside beans about Nintendo's 2016 plans.

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Apollo 10 astronauts reported hearing 'music' on far side of the moon

To the astronauts surprise, weird music-like radio transmission was coming through their headsets. The flight crew observed the sounds while on the dark side of the moon and while out of radio contact with NASA ground control.

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Florida hunters capture 106 Burmese pythons; 1 was 15-feet

Other team members were Duane Clark, Dusty Crum, and Craig Nicks. It received a $5,000 prize. The victor, caught by Daniel Moniz, was 7 inches longer. "We are excited to see so many people contribute to this important effort to conserve Florida's natural treasure, the Everglades ecosystem", said Bergeron.