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WAS PRESIDENT OBAMA MOTHER IN LAW PAID TO BABY SIT HER GRANDCHILDREN


who knows ?---who cares?
this would be a private arrangement in the obama family
what do you want to know for ?

Jan 13, 2017 | Computers & Internet

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Did Obama say, in 2008, that the National Anthem should be swapped?


No. That's false.

It began with a column, on a Web site called the Arizona Conservative, which is written as humor. His column, in fact, is called "Semi-News - A Satirical Look at Recent News."
Nevertheless, his column on Obama has been copied and sent around in e-mails, masquerading as true stories.

Feb 19, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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Is the Michelle Obama with a crown real


In the linked story it is called an advertisement so likely it is manufactured. It will likely be greatly discussed over the next week so it should be clarified.
British ad showcases Michelle Obama as crown wearing queen

Dec 30, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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Is newsweek final article on obama correct?


if it says worst pres. ever, it is correct!

Jul 28, 2014 | newsweek.com

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Keys on my computer do not work properly, cursor stops flashing, this happens when I'm making comments on breitbart or hit on stories unfavorable to Obama or democrats.


It's unlikely that the government are watching you. For your own peace of mind, load the article and then disconnect yourself from the Internet.
I recommend either getting a replacement laptop (either new or through a warranty claim) or reinstalling windows with the discs provided upon purchase of your laptop. Be sure to backup your data to an external source first!

Jul 23, 2014 | Acer Computers & Internet

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What was the last year to allow jaguars to have leaping cat on hood?


In Europe, It was around 1975 that all risky, projecting objects, including the famous Jaguar 'leaping cat' bonnet mascot (US: 'hood ornament'), were banned from all vehicles sold in Europe because of the potentially deadly harm they could do to pedestrians. In the US, the company decided to eliminate it, I think it was 2007, now it is an option, you have to pay extra if you want it. Please see Newsweek article www.newsweek.com/id/154835

Oct 09, 2009 | 1995 Jaguar XJ6

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