Extra, Extra: Facebook Now Offering Filters To Make You Less Sad
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- Presidential hopeful Jim Webb last night casually mentioned killing a man during the CNN Democratic Presidential Debate last night when moderator Anderson Cooper asked candidates which 'enemy' made during their political careers made them most proud. "I'd have to say the enemy solider that threw the grenade that wounded me, but he's not around right not to talk to," Webb answered. There's some documented truth to that cryptic statement that explains that moment.
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- Facebook is now offering a few filters so that it can avoid showing you memories of people or events that make you super sad.
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- Buzz, buzz. You can now keep bees in Los Angeles.
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