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1 percenters: Scrooge McDuck, Montgomery Burns and Jay-Z? http://t.co/sIcaEPMX #owsFri Nov 25 11:47:27 via SocialFlowThe Washington Post washingtonpost
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Burns and Jay-Z, we expected. But didn't Scrooge McDuck give away his entire fortune to Huey, Dewey, and Louie the year there was no estate tax?
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Photo: I'm guessing it's about this time of day right now. http://t.co/DqaphcF4Fri Nov 25 15:55:36 via TumblrThe Daily Beast thedailybeast
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The time-stamp hurts the believability on this one. You don't need to guess. Just tweet!
Forestry firms fear single agency http://t.co/pURLlZqZFri Nov 25 07:10:13 via BBC NewsBBC News (UK) BBCNews
Proving once again that the only thing Big Lumber in the United Kingdom has to fear is fear itself. And a hypothetical single agency that would replace the Environment Agency, Countryside Council and Forestry Commission.
Bruce Springsteen right now tops @BusinessDesk's Eurozone live blog http://t.co/yTiyNsZa #blackfridaysongsFri Nov 25 14:54:30 via TweetDeckThe Guardian guardian
Fun fact: an unused track from "Magic" accurately predicted the ouster of Silvio Berlusconi and warned that Greece's budget deficit was far greater than Eurostat's data had us believe.
Why is Nicolas Cage on the cover of a Serbian biology textbook? http://t.co/nmlWH3w1Fri Nov 25 18:14:05 via The Huffington PostHuffington Post HuffingtonPost
Big pay day. Also, he cares about raising frog anatomy awareness in eastern Europe.
Attack of the acronyms -- CARBS (Canada, Australia, Russia, Brazil, South Africa) could be the new BRICs http://t.co/OW0rb2N3Fri Nov 25 21:41:41 via Tweet ButtonWSJ Australia WSJAustralia
Dr. Atkins, the global economy needs your wisdom. Again!