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Previously on the Internet…(8/31/12)

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Greetings from Tampa – home of this week's RNC where, as of Thusday afternoon, two protesters had been arrested. TWO! Take that St. Paul and your 800 arrests. Take that New York and your 1800 arrests. Our cops are controllers of chaos. They even deliver free food to hungry protestors. OK, maybe I am a little too excited about how our city pulled this off, seemingly without incident, but it's not every day you get props from Brendan of Occupy Wall Street! On to the links…

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