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Getty Images, photo by Kansas City Star

14 Year Old Girl Finds 3.85-Caret Canary Diamond

The Crater of Diamonds State Park is in Murfreesboro, Arkansas. It’s a place where you can look for diamonds, the only place of its kind in the world. If you’re lucky you might find something like 14 year old Tana Clymer did.

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Getty Images, photo by Frank Krahmer

Boy Scout Troop Leaders in Utah Topple 170 Million Year Old Rock Formation

Glenn Taylor and Dave Hall were Boy Scout leaders when the scouts went on trip to Goblin Valley State Park in Utah in early October. The key word is ‘were’. They have been removed from their post because of an incident that happened on October 11 during their outing which they filmed and posted.

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Getty Images, photo by Jonathan Daniel

The Boston Red Sox are the Chosen Team

Now that the Red Sox are headed back to the World Series there are all types of story lines to go with the team, but here’s one you may not have heard. The Boston Red Sox are the ‘chosen’ team.  They are the official baseball team of Jewish people. It goes back to when Wade Boggs played for the Sox and drew the Jewish word chai in the batter’s box before he hit (it means life).

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Getty Images, photo by Tim Boyle

The Best Cereals of All Time According to the Ranker Community

I did a question on the morning show about favorite cereals and the number four favorite was Cinnamon Toast Crunch. Kind of surprising to me. Not that it’s not a good tasting cereal but there are others on the list I like more. This list of The Best Breakfast Cereals of all time was voted on by the Ranker Community or a crowd ranked list.

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Getty Images, photo by Andrew Burton

U.S. Passes Saudi Arabia as World’s Largest Oil Producer

The United States has overtaken Saudi Arabia as the world largest oil producer. The output includes natural gas and biofuels at the tune of 3.2 million barrels a day. This is significant as the U.S. has turned into the largest exporter of gasoline.

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Getty Images, photo by Hulton Archive

This May Tell You if a House is Haunted

Usually if a house is haunted it means someone died there and doesn’t want to leave, there’s a web site that can tell you if the house is haunted, sort of. The site let’s you know if someone died in the house so you can determine if the house has ghosts.

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Getty Images, photo by Dan Dennison

Some Wacky Holidays to Celebrate This Week

Some strange celebrations are on the calendar for the coming week and it starts today the 21th with Babbling Day. This not a day to stay silent. It’s a day to celebrate those that have the gift-of-gab. It is also Count Your Buttons Day. Don’t count buttons that are attached; you’re counting the loose buttons you have lying around.

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Getty Images, photo by Mark Wilson

The U.S. Debt is at $16 Trillion, How Long Will it Take to Pay it Off?

The United States current debt is $16 trillion dollars, an amount no person on this planet has ever and will never amass as personal wealth. In layman’s terms, ‘that’s whole lotta money’. In 2008 the U.S. debt was $9.6 trillion and since then it has increased $6.4 trillion, the largest debt increase in U.S. history. How long will it take to payback such a huge amount of money? Here are some examples:

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Randy’s College Football Wrap Up

It was a week of upsets in college football as seven of the top 20 teams lost. #6 LSU fell to Ole Miss 27-24 as LSU’s QB threw 3 interceptions. #7 Texas A&M lost to #24 Auburn in a shootout 45-41. Unranked UCF scored 24 consecutive points to beat #8 Louisville 38-35.

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Getty Images, photo by Keystone

Meteorite Pulled From Bottom of Russian Lake

More than 1,000 people were injured in Central Russia when a meteorite slammed into Lake Chebarkul in February. A 10,000 ton rock burned up over Central Russia breaking windows and shaking building and now scientists have recovered what was left of the rock from the bottom of the lake.

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