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Oct. 26 In Blogs: Tom horne, Jan Brewer, Damon Albarn, Jerk Chicken, and Sarah Palin

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Today's entries:

Feathered Bastard: Tom Horne Slimed as Pro-Statutory Rape in New Attack Ad

Jackalope Ranch: Make Your Own Jan Brewer Scarecrow

SOCA Owner Selling Rare Collectibles

Up on the Sun: Another Piece of Pop Culture Retired: Sony Walkman

Gorillaz Leader Damon Albarn on Pacific Ocean Garbage, Pop Music and (Not Knowing Who) T.I. (is)

Chow Bella: Chaka Chaka Rocks a Mean Jerk Chicken Sandwich

Carl's Jr. New Hand-Breaded Chicken Tenders Are The Hottest Things You'll Ever Wait Forever For

Valley Fever: (Ahem) Cost-Cutting Mayor Phil Gordon Doles Out Nearly $100K in Taxpayer Money For Media Relations Detail

Blogosphere Erupts With Minor News That John McCain Says He Won't Endorse Sarah Palin's Officially Unofficial 2012 Presidential Bid...Yet

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