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The Most Popular LAist Posts of 2009: Octomom Birth Video, Burritos, Road Rage on Bicycles, Indie 103.1 & More

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2009 has come and gone and many are thankful that it's gone. That's because 2010 signals, not only a new decade, but a new era for us. Before we get too overly excited about that, let's look back at last year and what it offered, from the good news and the bad news, the ridiculous and odd. The posts listed here reflect the most popular, as determined by you via comments and "likes." Enjoy and here's to a great 2010!

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