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So here are this week's top three posts, as endorsed by you via the recommend feature, or as indicated by the level of talk going on in the comments...'Pics or It Didn't Happen' Showcases the LA Bike Scene
Okay, so it helps to have an ass if you want to ride a bike, but just because you ride a bike doesn't make you an ass. Although oftentimes it means you have to watch your ass. Why are we talking about this? Oh, because we made mention of a fundraising event for June's AIDS Lifecycle ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles. In honor of logical fallacies, I submit we subtitle the comments on this post "A Short Study in Hasty Generalizations." Disclaimer: I haven't ridden a bicycle in about 20 years.

Video Of The Day: What's In Kentucky Grilled Chicken?
Let's say you actually got Oprah's coupon to print and you were geared up to stick it to the man by exchanging the coupon for a plate of gratis fast food chicken. Perhaps it might interest you to know what exactly makes KFC's new "healthier" "chicken" so tasty. (Hint: Rhymes with "crans bat")

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Legalizing Marijuana for all of California? Schwarzenegger says it's 'Time for Debate'
The Governator on turning pot into California's next cash crop: "I think all of those ideas of creating extra revenues, I'm always for an open debate on it. And I think we ought to study very carefully what other countries are doing that have legalized marijuana and other drugs, what effect did it have on those countries?"