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Afternoon News: Tori Spelling, Trashy Toys, Hot Green Girls

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Why the Valley rules #745: Whacky celebrities throwing garage sales. Thank you Tori Spelling.

The innocence of toys isn't so clear when you step into the trashed alleys of the Toy District.

We're happy we don't owe $270,000 in back taxes like a certain city councilwoman's husband.

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Green is sexy and Siel, aka Green LA Girl, proves that on her own merit. But now she brings us Katie who has challenged herself for a documentary to go carless in LA for 80 days. The goal: “To have almost zero carbon impact while maintaining her life as a single woman on the scene.” We don't see enough making out on the subway in this city, maybe this will help the cause.

hehehe... "How sad that the people at Kraft Foods continue to take advantage of those consumers who, in buying Kraft products, have no idea how real food is supposed to taste."

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