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Newsflash for May 20, 2013

  • Celine & Anastacia - You Shook Me All Night Long

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  • Early in life we learned to feel safe and to cope with our family situations and personal circumstances by developing a strategy based on our natural talents and abilities.

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  • In recent years, over a million deportations have divided American families, often separating parents from children. Some immigrants have waited almost a quarter of a century to be reunited with family members. Support humane and just immigration policy at www.migrationisbeautiful.com.

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  • One in six American will suffer from depression at some time, and at least one in five of them will seriously consider suicide. Each year 30,000 take their own lives.

Newsflash for May 8, 2013

  • Something by the Beatles, just bass and drums.

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  • How?

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  • More than half of those convicted of a felony will not go to prison/ 70% of those incarcerated will be released early.

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  • A normal dog can safely carry half his weight in a backpack; working dogs can carry twice their weight over short distances.

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  • France Gall sings, ''Poupee de cire, Poupee de son''

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  • Buck and the Buckaroos arrive in The Big Apple, March 1966

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  • 111,111 x 111,111 = 12345654321

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  • James Brown has something to say. But are the people ready to listen?

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  • During early adolescence, teenagers become preoccupied with a set of interpersonal issues that give rise to a fundamental reorganization of the functional structure of their social networks. -Duane Buhrmester

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Newsflash for April 5, 2013

  • If you blowtorched Pepto-Bismol, you would end up with a hunk of metal.

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Newsflash for March 27, 2013

  • CAKE absolutely loves this band.

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  • Value for money or simply gluttony?

Newsflash for March 22, 2013

  • Two in three stolen cars will be recovered; 95% will have some parts of contents missing.

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  • Tally this?

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  • Do you enjoy classic Bee Gees?

Newsflash for March 13, 2013

  • Birth records of adoptees are available only to those born in Alaska, Hawaii and Kansas. Elsewhere, there are 450 support groups which can help. Good luck!

Newsflash for March 12, 2013

  • Drummer does it his way.

Newsflash for March 11, 2013

  • CAKE recommends "Hungry For Change."

Newsflash for March 8, 2013

  • CAKE does not endorse buying shotguns per se, but does endorse Jimmy James.

Newsflash for March 7, 2013

  • Beer is involved in 80% of the 17,000 fatal alcohol-related road accidents in America.

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  • How to kill a mustache.

Newsflash for March 4, 2013

  • One in six Americans will suffer from depression at some time, and at least one in five of them will seriously consider suicide. Each year 30,000 take their own lives.

Newsflash for March 1, 2013

  • Seat belts became mandatory on U.S. cars on March 1, 1968. Huge blow to freedom?

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Newsflash for February 25, 2013

  • Explorers report that the tips of tall, pointed trees such as the spruce usually lean slightly to the northeast.
  • The realities of our time?

Newsflash for February 22, 2013

  • Could your dog be a better driver than you?

Newsflash for February 21, 2013

  • Atmospheric CO2 levels in the Arctic have reached 400 parts per million. Many climatologists say the level necessary to avoid climate disaster is 350 ppm.

Newsflash for February 20, 2013

  • Happy 221st Birthday: On this day in 1792 George Washington signed the Postal Service Act establishing the U.S. Postal Service.

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Newsflash for February 18, 2013

  • Glacier calving… caused by ocean currents or global warming? Coastal glaciers come to a spectacular end in a process called "calving". As the glaciers flow towards the ocean they push over uneven ground. This can create cracks, and crevasses are formed. Reaching the sea, the ice breaks off at the crevasses. If the glacier or ice stream is still intact when it reaches the sea it doesn't break up immediately. The waves hollow it out from below. The higher parts lose their support and fall into the ocean. This is how icebergs are created. In the Antarctic and in Greenland, these icebergs are often the size of skyscrapers - if measured from base to top.

Newsflash for February 15, 2013

  • A "lizard-eating sovereign of the sea"! A new species of prehistoric sea monster unearthed in Nevada chowed down on prey its own size — the first ocean predator that evolved to do so, a new study says.

Newsflash for February 14, 2013

  • CAKE loves Bill Withers (and his awesome band).

Newsflash for February 13, 2013

  • Where is Ant Jemima?

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  • Here are photos of the Gumbo Limbo tree that Eric H. won at the CAKE concert in Boca Raton, FL on January 14, 2011. Two years later, Eric reports the tree is doing well. Also pictured is Eric's 5 year old son, Jackson, his 9 month old daughter, Kate, and Boomer the dog. Thanks for the update, Eric!

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Newsflash for January 31, 2013

  • CAKE hasn't seen such soulful mastery of a left handed Telecaster as this.

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  • CAKE respects the Grasshopper Mouse.

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  • Congratulations! According to the National Research Council, global sea levels are likely to rise 20 to 55 inches by 2100.

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