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2 HOURS AGO - Vibe

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Hannibal Buress Calls Bill Cosby A Rapist 'Google ‘Bill Cosby Rape'. It's Not Funny'

Hannibal Buress fired shots after calling Bill Cosby a rapist. During his set in Philadelphia last Thursday (Oct.16) Buress joked Cosby is a hypocrite who positions himself as a role model for the black community, but is actually a serial rapist who has raped 13 women. Read Buress' comments below: "Thirteen? And it’s even worse because Bill Cosby has the ...

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4 HOURS AGO - Esquire

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8 HOURS AGO - SFist

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Well-Played: How Google Revised Stephen Colbert's Height

Last week, patriot Stephen Colbert blasted Google for misstating his height in searches for "Stephen Colbert height," telling Google co-founder Larry Page, "I demand a retraction, an investigation, an apology and a substantial cash settlement, or I will see your ass in court." Well, now his height has been revised. In a way. [ more › ]

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8 HOURS AGO - Business Insider

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13 Iconic Buildings By Christopher Wren, The 17th Century Architect Who Defined The Look Of London

Sir Christopher Wren was the foremost architect in Britain in the 17th century.  An exponent of the neoclassical style, he supervised the rebuilding of the City of London after the Great Fire half-destroyed the capital in 1666. An Oxford graduate, Wren was born in East Knowle, Wiltshire, on Oct. 20, 1632. He also was a founding member of the Royal ...

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9 HOURS AGO - Business Insider

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The 13 Most Iconic Buildings From British Architect Christopher Wren On His 382nd Birthday

Sir Christopher Wren, the foremost architect in Britain in the 17th century, was born 382 years ago today on Oct. 20, 1632.  The Oxford graduate, known for his neoclassical style, supervised the rebuilding of the City of London after the Great Fire half destroyed the capital in 1666. He was appointed Surveyor of the Royal Works in 1669, three years after ...

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