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  1. Science

    Marco Rubio Declines To Say How Old He Thinks The Earth Is — Declares He Is “Not A Scientist,” Proves He Is A Coward

    In a recent GQ interview, Marco Rubio was asked point blank how old he thinks the Earth is, only to respond that the answer to that question is "one of the great mysteries." Good news, Marco! We solved it -- the Earth is about four and a half billion years old. Don't thank us, thank the hard working men and women of the United States Geological Survey. Now, about the way you delicately skirted that question, as if creationist theories about the age of the Earth deserve the same time and attention as USGS estimates...yeah, we're gonna take issue with that.

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  2. Tech

    PayPal Arrives Late to the Party, Updates Policy to Prevent Users From Joining Class-Action Lawsuits

    Over the past year, there's been a slew of Terms of Service updates pushed through by various companies to prevent their users from joining class-action lawsuits. Sony's already on the bandwagon, as is Netflix. AT&T's had a similar clause for some time now. Not content to let other businesses have all the fun, PayPal has finally decided that they too like this idea of not being involved in class-action lawsuits. The update hits November 1st, and they've made opting out of it a hassle, because of course they did.

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  3. Entertainment

    RIAA: FM Radio in Everything

    Radio broadcasters and music labels have agreed that they'd very much enjoy having Congress make it mandatory for an FM radio receiver to be included in every electronic portable device.

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