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    A poster from the UK was featured on the home page. She mentioned the temperature in England at the time was 35 degrees and that she was burning up. No mention was made in the full article as to what that equates to in Fahrenheit, the American standard numbers. It would have helped if the editors had put both readings side by side separated by a /.

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    In today's piece about Jay Leno, the author did not double check their spelling/word context in the title. The questionable wording is: Jay Leno Might Sold His Billlions Car Collection? First off, they misspelled the word "Billions" Secondly, I think they left out the word "have" in between the words "Might" and "Sold" and the word "Dollar" possibly after the word "Billions" which would have worked if the word had only been "Billion". The article itself was OK, but the title looked like it was written by a three or four year old.

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