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A-Rod 'fighting for my life' in MLB suspension appeal - USA TODAY

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A-Rod 'fighting for my life' in MLB suspension appeal
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"I'm fighting for my life and my whole legacy," Rodriguez said. "Yeah, I should be there." YANKEES: Rivera rules out another game. Rodriguez was suspended by MLB on Aug.
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The first R: why we need to teach philosophy in the classroom

The first R: why we need to teach philosophy in the classroom | mr.singhaniya | Scoop.it
Far from a 'ridiculous pursuit', philosophy underpins reading, writing and arithmatic. It should be taught as a basic skill, says Emma Worley

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Vitamin B? Why beer is good for your health

Vitamin B? Why beer is good for your health | mr.singhaniya | Scoop.it
Beer has a number of potential health benefits, such as helping bone strength.

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"You get up to one (femmes) or two (dudes) alcoholic beverages a day, according to the Centers for Disease Control. When it comes to suds, that means a 12-ounce bottle or a draught with an inch of head. More than that can tip the health benefits into the health damaging category."

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Bill Gates Apologizes for Ctrl-Alt-Del Design, Blames IBM

Bill Gates Apologizes for Ctrl-Alt-Del Design, Blames IBM | mr.singhaniya | Scoop.it
Bill Gates said that a convoluted login screen was a big design flaw for Windows, but he's not taking credit for it.

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