We already knew that President Obama had a computer (of course). We also knew that he had visited the headquarters of "Twitters". But it wasn't until ...
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In the days before the internet, how did out-of-town journalists transmit typewritten stories to their editors? They folded the stories into paper airplanes and hurled them out of hotel windows.
Given that the team's super-rich owners used taxpayer subsidies to help finance their gilded ballpark, it serves them right that they're losing some revenue.
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