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Nostalgic: Remember the Toot-a-Loop Radio

So many people dug the Panapet and remembered having one (my sister STILL has hers), that I couldn't resist blogging about The Toot-a-Loop Radio or Panasonic R-72.  It's a novelty radio made by Panasonic in the early 1970s.  My husband had one and still wishes he kept it...it twists and the dials are on the inside of where it breaks apart.

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Track Cathy Kates In Grandma’s Half Marathon With Verizon Wireless

Here's a perfect way to follow your runner down Grandma's Marathon Course, whether they're running the full or the half marathon.  My sister used this unique Verizon Wireless Tracking system to follow my progress at last year's Grandma’s Marathon.   I've had several requests for my bib number so you can track me while running the half marathon...I appreciate you caring, thanks!!!  Here's my number and details on how it works...

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Towel With Built-In Speakers; Listen To Tunes Sunbathing

Some days you just want to listen to the sounds found on the Park Point beach, but imagine laying comfortably on the warm sand,  soaking up the sun and having your favorite country singer crooning in your ears...  it's possible with this new techy gadget. 

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Rep. Anthony Weiner Admits to Twitter Photo Scandal, Will Not Resign [VIDEO]

A tearful Anthony Weiner held a press conference Monday afternoon in New York to address rumors that he had sent a revealing photo of himself to a young woman on his Twitter account.

The disgraced liberal congressman, who previously told reporters that his Twitter had been hacked, admitted he had accidentally sent the photo, adding he was "deeply sorry" and that he takes "full responsibility" for his actions.

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Solar-Powered Bikinis Putting a Charge Into Sunbathing

If you happen to see a young lass in a metallic-textured bikini this summer, that doesn't necessarily mean she's trying to make a fashion statement.

In fact, she might be using her beachwear to power up her cell phone.

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Survey: People Willing to Give Up Sense of Smell to Continue Social Networking

Staying in touch is more important than staying in smell.

A new survey from McCann Worldgroup of more than 6,000 people around the world found about half would be willing to give up their sense of smell over the ability to engage in social networking.

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Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg Vows to Only Eat Meat He Kills

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is known for setting random personal challenges for himself and successfully completing them. Last year, for example, he pledged to master Mandarine Chinese.

This year, the 27-year-old CEO has one-upped himself by vowing to only consume meat in which he's killed himself.

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radioPup Mobile App Now Available for Android

radioPup, the only mobile app that lets you to listen to B105, is now available for Android users! Starting now, iPhone, iPod Touch, and Android users can listen to Today's Best Country and All Time Favorite's anytime, anywhere, for free.

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Rapture Chatter Invades Twitter: Today’s Top Tweets

As May 21, the day a loosely organized Christian ministry predicts to be Judgment Day, approaches, comedians and the every-day Tweeter took to the Internet to poke fun at the idea of a rapture occurring this weekend.

Below are some of the funniest tweets about the rapture. Today's top tweets includes quips from Jason Santa Maria, Craig Phillips, Dan Cronin, Jill Kushner, Damien Fahey, Amber Tozer, Adam Hammer, Bethamphetamine, Sean O'Connor and Jeff Klinger.

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New Blood Test Could Predict How Long You Will Live

A blood test that should be available in Europe by the end of the year could give you a pretty good indication of how fast you are aging and how much longer you will live.

The test measures telomeres, structures on the end of each of your chromosomes, which scientists think may hold the key to determining a person's "true age."

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The Cure For Cancer May Be Ignored By Big Pharmaceutical Companies

There's a widely available, natural chemical that some doctors claim to significantly help cancer patients.  Sounds great, right?  The problem is you can't get it. 

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What’s Old Is New Again: Plug A Typewriter Into Your Computer!

Yesterday we told you that cameras using film are making a comeback.  Proving that what's old CAN be new again,  today you can plug an old fashion typewriter into your computer using a USB port.  Hope you didn't sell yours in a rummage sale!!!!

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