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Don’t worry

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A man was worrying too much over his problems, sleepless at night. Upon the advice of a friend, he tried the old remedy of counting sheep while getting some sleep.

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Salt & light

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Carla is gifted with good looks. When she studied in a Catholic school, she used to be a beauty queen dreaming to be a Miss Universe someday.

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Peanuts and Charlie Brown are for sale

US brand management company Iconix Brand Group Inc is exploring a sale of its majority stake in Peanuts Worldwide LLC, which owns the rights to cartoon strip characters Snoopy and Charlie Brown, according to people familiar with the matter.

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After the rebellion and take-over of the ship “Bounty,” nine mutineers with six native (Tahitian) men and twelve native women were put ashore on Pitcairn Island in 1790. One sailor soon began distilling alcohol, and the little colony was plunged into debauchery and vice.

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Fishers of Men

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A despondent man complained to his mother, saying: “I’ve stopped going to church for two reasons: I don’t like the people there, and the people don’t like me.”

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Today is the feast of the Sto. Niño. The feast is immensely popular among Filipinos. Rich and poor, young and old alike maintain a strong, if not fanatical, devotion to the Holy Child. Fiestas and processions are held in his honor.

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