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Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Baylinks: Facebook, Camels, & International Burritos

Posted By on Wed, Jul 21, 2010 at 5:59 PM

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Have a cat with your cocktail [Mission Loc@l]

When camels roamed Berkeley [The Daily Clog]

California schools debate whether Race to the Top is a race worth winning [SFGate]

...But California does reign supreme for the most drive-by shootings [The

Bay Citizen]

The UK gets a taste of the Mission [Mission

Mission]

Graffiti artist says KKK tag means Kooky, Krazy

Kid. Naturally. [abc7]

Half

a billion people use Facebook. Break out the mushy stories. [San

Francisco Citizen]

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