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Donald Deane has held a variety of jobs, including college English teacher, newspaper reporter/editor, internet project manager, dishwasher and dogcatcher. He now writes exclusively and has contributed to AOL TV and Moviefone among others.
Man Dies After Winning Bug-Eating Contest
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Man Dies After Winning Roach-Eating Contest

Well, it's finally happened -- someone died after gorging themselves in an eating contest. But here's the kicker: The 32-year-old man in question passed away after scarfing down dozens of roaches and worms. Ick! Why couldn't it have been something tasty like hot dogs or buffalo wings?

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Floridians Believe Fake Story by The Onion
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Floridians Fall For ‘Onion’ Article About Obama’s 19-Year-Old Son

Most people recognize satire when they see it, but not Floridians. Inboxes and Facebook pages of Florida residents recently received an article by The Onion describing an appearance by President Barack Obama's illegitimate 19-year-old son Luther at the Democratic National Convention. Incredibly, the story sparked a flurry of inquiries as to whether it was real. In case it isn't clear already, no, it's not. Duh. Clearly it's way too hot down there.

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Man Wrestles Gator to Save Dog
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Florida Man Wrestles 7-foot Gator to Save Beloved Dog

We already knew that dogs love their masters, but how far will a pet owner go to protect their beloved pooch? In Florida, a 66-year-old grandfather recently wrestled a seven-foot alligator to save his West Highland Terrier. Answer is, pretty far, apparently.

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