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Extra, Extra: We're Getting Burger King's Black Burger For Halloween
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- Director Ridley Scott knew all about this water on Mars business before any of us did—and kept it a secret. RUDE.
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- And finally, here's a lil panda named Bei Bei doing a baby sneeze:
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