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rebeccaThe BBC reports today that North Korean “leader” Kim Jong-un “has been absent from public view for more than 38 days, prompting a flurry of speculation about the political stability of a regime notorious for its opaqueness and secrecy.”  http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-29581342.

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 kate-wedDo Baby Boy Prince George and his Italian nanny have their own personal stalker?

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kate-hospitalWhat’s the first thing a woman does when she discovers she’s pregnant?

Why, pop down to the village pub for a little drinkie-poo, of course!

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kate-hospitalKate and Wills were no-shows at the royal Ascot races.
Again!
And again, and again, and again.
What gives?

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kate-heelsIs Kate Middleton, wife of Prince William, pregnant with twin girls?

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kate-flowersWhere was Kate?

Kate Middleton, wife of Prince William, was a no-show at her husband’s glamorous Royal Marsden Charity dinner for cancer research, hosted by Ralph Lauren and his glamorous wife, Ricky.

Why? What’s the deal?

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kate-hospitalWhat’s in Australia’s water?

Or in New Zealand’s water?

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Kate-Middleton-habit

by Sarah Whalen

Zzzzzz....

Oh, have Prince William, Kate Middleton and Baby Boy George left yet?
Do wake me up after they’ve safely crossed the International Date line or whatever.

Zzzzzz....

Wha?

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wutheringheights4A forlorn window, newly painted a drab, dull white, with drab, dull curtains at the side, is full of ghosts.

Boo!

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hongiThe Maori King does not care that Kate Middleton and Prince William danced around last week in a London nightclub called "Bunga Bunga."
When you have as much mana, otherwise known as "sex energy," as the Maori King, who needs "Bunga Bunga?"
Besides, "Bunga Bunga" is an Australian thing– supposedly the Aborigines’ name for a place in eastern Australia by a lake. Or it might relate to the Bundjalung peoples who controlled the Australian northern coastal areas.
I mean, "Bundja Bundja" sure sounds like "Bunga Bunga," doesn’t it?

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