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Upon getting word that investigators were outside, employees at the plant began destroying documents and switching computers, replacing the ones that were being used—and might have damaging material on them—with others.

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After defending the report for more than a week, Logan was forced to apologize and later take an indefinite leave of absence while CBS conducted an internal inquiry. Her colleagues, including veteran CBS correspondents Steve Kroft and Bob Simon, were apoplectic about the damage to 60 Minutes’ reputation. Morley Safer, the only founding member of the cast left on the 45-year-old program, went into the office of CBS News chairman and 60 Minutes executive producer Jeff Fager’s office last fall and demanded that he fire Logan.

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In 2007, Steve Murray interviewed Garfield’s creator, Jim Davis, on behalf of an Abu Dhabi publication. He was tasked with finding out why Garfield always sends his adorable nemesis, Nermal, to their country. The interview never ran. Until today.

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We sort of said that it is part of like a bridge in canon, but we use the term “dark canon,” the other part of the canon that, at every answer, spawns both the canon and the reaction creates pretty much the opposite, like an interdimensional thing, which is all just pieces of this nonsensical basketball world where it commands everything in the universe. I don’t know if it necessarily is a good thing or a bad thing, but whether it happens or doesn’t happen, it’ll definitely work its way into the story.

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I would have liked to collect every favicon since I started to navigate on the Internet as a visual collection and as a prove of where I have been, a kind of modern digital passport with all the little icons, but unfortunately I didn’t . Today there is a nice Chrome extension called Iconic History, created by Shan Huang which translates the browser history text data into a visual representation through the favicons of all the websites visited. The extension allows you to see quickly where you have been in the last four months that it’s the limit that Google Chrome keeps the data up which means that if you are a pro-surfer you will get a stack of 20K favicons approximately, a great collection where you will notice how much time have spent on social networks.

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