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September 21 In Blogs: Scott Bundgaard, Tosh.0, Ian Williams, Bananas Foster, and Warren Jeffs

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Today's entries:

Feathered Bastard: Scott Bundgaard Files Ethics Complaint Against Ethics Committee Members

Jackalope Ranch: Tosh.0's ASU Episode: Hot Chicks Eating Hot Things, Slip 'n Slides, and Mexican Frats (VIDEO)

Five Reasons Why You Should Really Calm Down about the "New" Facebook News Feed

Up on the Sun: Battles' Ian Williams on Math Rock, Scottsdale, and Cowbells

H2O's Adam Blake on Promoting a Positive Lifestyle, Post-9/11 New York City, and Appropriate Times to Hardcore Dance

Chow Bella: Hamburger Havoc: The Habit Burger vs In-N-Out

Chef Dean Delgado's Bananas Foster Sauce

Valley Fever: Warren Jeffs and Polygamist Henchmen Subject of Fine New Book

Immigrant Abuses at Hands of Border Patrol Agents Documented by Human-Rights Organization

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