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by Megan Z posted Jun 27 2016 9:33AM

Been trying to figure out which beer to have with which pizza? Here's the ulitmate guide you have been waiting for. Now go pair away!

A Guide to Perfect Beer and Pizza Pairings


by Megan Z posted Jun 24 2016 9:21AM

Parents from New Mexico wanted to teach their son a lesson about the consequences of stealing. Some parents had an issue with it, others did not. Read for yourself and see what you think.

New Mexico Teen Forced to Live in Tent After Stealing Little Sister's iPod: 'I Understand Why My Parents Are Doing This'


by Megan Z posted Jun 23 2016 11:04AM
I know completely understand why Brett Eldredge shaved his face for this video. He looks so young! What do you think of the video?!
by Megan Z posted Jun 23 2016 9:43AM

Ready to jump in a vehicle, roll the windows down and let the wind blow through your hair as you set off on a road trip!? has ranked the best and worst states to road trip in based on quite a few factors. See where MN & ND rand...hint: one is wayyyyy better than the other.

2016's Best & Worst States for Summer Road Trips


by Megan Z posted Jun 22 2016 9:00AM

There have been many trends that have come and gone when it comes to nail art and now there is another new one. Snow Globe have to see them to believe them.

Snow Globe nails are now a thing, because of course they are


by Builder posted Jun 22 2016 8:25AM

The Daughters of the American Revolution wanted to set a world record by sending 10,000 letters to active members of the military in one month. But there were a few rules they had to follow that made it pretty tough . . .

Each person could only write one letter. So you couldn't just write 500 yourself. And you also had to pay for your own postage.

But they released the final numbers at an event on Saturday. And they didn't just hit the 10,000 mark, they CRUSHED it.

Over a HUNDRED THOUSAND people wrote letters . . . more than 10 times what they were hoping for.

The finally tally was 100,904. And it sounds like most of them were written by members, volunteers, and school kids.

There are photos online that show boxes of letters stacked on top of each other. And they posted a photo on Facebook of the official world record certificate they got from Guinness.

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by Ian posted Jun 21 2016 6:56PM
October 21, 1999, and February, 27, 2013. If you bought tickets to a show from Ticketmaster, you may the a benefactor of a class action lawsuit.

Per ABC News, If you purchased tickets through Ticketmaster's website between Oct. 21, 1999, and Feb. 27, 2013, you may be entitled to receive discounts toward future Ticketmaster purchases or vouchers for free tickets to certain events, according to the settlement website.If you

If you are affected, you should have received an email from Ticketmaster; but you can also check tour account to see if you have received credits that can be used for any of the 406 eligible shows that include Darius Rucker and Brad Paisley.

Read the full story from ABC News Here
by Megan Z posted Jun 21 2016 9:16AM

These animals show what it's like to do some teamwork in the most adorable way possible!

Raccoon Special Forces Create Furry Chain To Help Baby Over Wall


by Builder posted Jun 21 2016 8:21AM
The Minnesota State Fair is pleased to announce the addition of 32 new foods to the expansive menu offered at the Great Minnesota Get-Together. In total, the State Fair offers nearly 500 foods at 300 different concession locations throughout the fairgrounds. The following is a listing of new foods and frozen treats for 2016! New Foods:

1. Candied Bacon Donut Sliders: Sliced glazed donut holes with thick candied bacon and a chocolate red wine ganache. At Minnesota Wine Country, located on the west side of Underwood Street between Carnes and Judson avenues

2. SPAM® Sushi: Grilled SPAM®, sushi rice, fried egg and wasabi rolled in nori (dried seaweed). At Sushi Rolls, located in the Warner Coliseum, north side

3. Minnesota Corn Dog: Custom ground sausage on-a-stick made with blueberries, apples, wild rice, maple syrup and cayenne dipped in a homemade corndog batter and deep-fried. At Gass Station Grill, located on the west side of Cooper Street between Dan Patch and Judson avenues, outside the southeast corner of the Food Building

4. Carpe Diem: A Taiyaki (fish-shaped) buttermilk miso waffle cone filled with balsamic-roasted strawberry compote and topped with vanilla ice cream, graham cracker crumble and a fresh strawberry. At The Rabbit Hole, located at the Midtown Global Market booth at the International Bazaar, east wall (Available Aug. 25-30 only)

5. Rustic Beef Pastry: Moroccan-spiced, grass-fed beef and baby spinach topped with creamy goat cheese and nestled in a flakey butter crust. At French Meadow Bakery & Café, located on the north side of Carnes Avenue between Nelson and Underwood streets

6. Macaroni & Cheese Curds: Rich macaroni & cheese blended with fresh cheese curds. At Oodles of Noodles, located in the Food building, east wall

7. Cheesy French Onion Monkey Bread: Savory, pull-apart artisan bread loaf filled with caramelized onions, cheese and beef broth, then baked in a wood-fired oven. At Blue Moon Dine-In Theater, located on the northeast corner of Carnes Avenue and Chambers Street

8. Gumbo Frites: A bed of crispy french fries topped with Ragin's traditional New Orleans gumbo made with andouille sausage, chicken, bell peppers, onions, celery and a rich roux-based sauce, then finished off with cheese and green onions. At Ragin Cajun, located in The Garden, west wall

9. Iron Range Meat & Potatoes: A hearty portion of seasoned beef with a layer of cheddar cheese, topped with mashed potatoes, baked, and drizzled with a wild rice gravy. At Giggles' Campfire Grill, located on the southeast corner of Lee Avenue and Cooper Street at The North Woods

10. Italian Taco: A flour tortilla baked with butter and shredded parmesan, filled with Italian sausage and mozzarella, topped with roasted bruschetta, romaine lettuce, Caesar dressing, pesto, pizza sauce and parmesan cheese, and then drizzled with a balsamic glaze. At Green Mill, located on the east side of Cooper Street, between Randall and Wright avenues, at Family Fair at Baldwin Park

11. Strawberry Donut Delight: A fresh glazed donut sliced in half and filled with strawberries and whipped cream – like a shortcake sandwich! At The Strawberry Patch, located on the west side of Liggett Street between Carnes and Judson avenues

12. Sheep Dog: Lamb dog served hot in a bun with garlic sautéed kale, raw fermented sauerkraut, quinoa and honey mustard drizzle. (Gluten-free option without the bun.) At Lamb Shoppe, located in the Food Building, east wall

13. Deep Fried Nachos Supreme: Pepper jack cheese cubes coated with a mixture of crushed seasoned tortilla chips and nacho cheese, then deep-fried, covered with taco meat, guacamole, more nacho cheese and sour cream, and served with jalapeños on the side. Also available traditional-style without the supreme toppings. At Texas Steak Out, located on the west side of Underwood Street between Lee and Randall avenues

14. Paneer On A Spear: Deep-fried Indian-seasoned paneer cheese coated with a local craft beer batter and served with tomato garlic chutney. (Gluten-free) At Hot Indian, located at the Midtown Global Market booth at the International Bazaar, east wall (Available Aug. 31-Sept. 5 only)

15. Barbecued Shrimp Taco: Sweet, smoky, slightly spicy barbecued shrimp and cool, fresh jicama slaw in a warm flour tortilla. At Tejas Express, located In The Garden, north wall

16. Candied Bacon BLT: Crispy, thick candied bacon, rancher's slaw and green tomato spread on a sweet egg bun. At The Blue Barn, located at West End Market, south of the History & Heritage Center

17. Saucy Shrimp & Slaw: Breaded shrimp tossed in your choice of parmesan garlic, sweet chili or buffalo sauce on a bed of fresh coleslaw. At Fish & Chips Seafood Shoppe, Two locations: Located in the Food Building, northwest section, and on the west side of Liggett Street just south of Mighty Midway

18. Spicy Pork Bowl: A mix of adobo pulled pork, rice, black beans, spinach, charred salsa and fried onion strings. At The Blue Barn, located at West End Market, south of the History & Heritage Center

19. Cajun Peel-N-Eat Shrimp: A half-pound of shrimp seasoned in a blend of Caribbean spices and served cold with a side of cocktail sauce At Café Caribe, located on the south side of Carnes Avenue between Liggett and Nelson streets

20. Reuben Pickle Dog: A dill pickle spear with sauerkraut and Thousand Island dressing wrapped in a slice of corned beef. At Pickle Dog, located on the south side of Carnes Avenue between Liggett and Chambers streets

21. Burnt Butt Ends: Premium cuts of pork, seasoned with a BBQ rub, then smoked over oak and served with onions and jalapeños. At RC's BBQ, located on the north side of West Dan Patch Avenue between Liggett and Chambers streets (former site of Famous Dave's)

22. Deep Fried Grilled Cheese Bites: White cheddar cheese blended with beer batter, cubed and deepfried for a taste reminiscent of a grilled cheese sandwich. Served with a bloody mary mix marinara. At O'Gara's at the Fair, located on the southwest corner of Dan Patch Avenue and Cosgrove Street

23. Beer Brat Buddies: Oktoberfest beer brat in a German pretzel bun with sauerkraut, chopped onions and a choice of mustards – a serving for two! At Sausage Sister & Me, located in the Food Building, east wall

24. SPAM® Curds: Cheese-flavored SPAM® that has been cubed, battered and deep-fried, served with a side of ranch dressing. At SPAM®, located east of Chambers Street, just south of the Grandstand

25. Bang Bang Fresh Chicken Tenders: Lightly breaded, fresh, never-frozen fried chicken tenderloins served with Bang Bang sweet and tangy chili sauce. At LuLu's Public House, located At West End Market, south of Schilling Amphitheater New Frozen Treats:

26. La La Palooza Sundae: Bridgeman's giant retro sundae is back! Eight scoops of ice cream (two each of vanilla, chocolate, strawberry and butter brittle) covered with caramel, pineapple and strawberry toppings, plus nuts, cherries, sliced banana and whipped cream, all served in Bridgeman's signature souvenir goblet. At Bridgeman's Ice Cream, located on the northeast corner of Judson Avenue and Liggett Street

27. CRACKER JACK® Caramel Sundae: Soft vanilla ice cream topped with caramel, coated chocolate candies, whipped cream and a drizzle of hot fudge, served atop CRACKER JACK® popcorn in an original CRACKER JACK® box. At Goertze's Dairy Kone, located on the east side of Cooper Street next to the Merchandise Mart

28. Call It Breakfast: A vanilla malt or sundae topped with chunks of bakery-fresh donuts, drizzled with chocolate and latte-flavored syrups, and finished with sprinkles. At Dairy Goodness Bar – Midwest Dairy Association, located in the Dairy Building, east wall

29. Chocolate Agate Crunch: Izzy's® smooth chocolate Caramelia ice cream with chocolate cookie crumbles and edible chocolate rocks inspired by our state gemstone – the Lake Superior Agate, all folded with a salted caramel swirl. At Hamline Church Dining Hall, located on the north side of Dan Patch Avenue between Underwood and Cooper streets

30. The Elvis: Homemade banana ice cream infused with creamy peanut butter served in a cup or waffle cone. At R&R Ice Cream, located on the southeast corner of Randall Avenue and Underwood Street

31. Minnesnowii Shave Ice – New Topping and New Exclusive Flavor: 100% sweetened condensed milk drizzled over your choice of flavored shave ice for a creamy, sweet twist. Exclusive flavor also available at the State Fair: Maple bacon shave ice topped with bacon bits and a maple syrup drizzle. At Minnesnowii Shave Ice, located at West End Market, south section

32. Banana Cinnamon & Cream Dipped in Dark Chocolate: Frozen banana, cinnamon and cream dipped in dark chocolate and served on-a-stick. At JonnyPops, located at West End Market, center section
by Ian posted Jun 20 2016 7:17PM
We've seen it before! Someone makes the news for finding an odd-shaped Cheeto in the bag! Abraham Lincoln and Jesus both sound familiar. Now FritoLay, the owner of Cheetos, has set up the online Cheeto museum where your oddities can fetch you a share of $150,000 in cash if they are deemed unique enough.

So far, the Loch Ness Monster, a Giraffe and a saxophone have been submitted to name just a few.

So, who else is gonna rifle through the bag in the pantry tonight? Of course, let us know if you enter one! We wanna see it!

Here's where you enter (and check out what others have posted)
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by Megan Z posted Jun 20 2016 9:03AM

This lady thought she was waiting at a Bus Stop, little did she know where she was actually waiting. Read on to find out where she was.

Confused shopper makes embarrassing mistake at supermarket - nobody corrects her


by Megan Z posted Jun 16 2016 9:13AM

What is the first thing that comes to mind when you hear sushi donut? Probably not such a good thought, I imagined something pretty discussing. I love donuts and I love sushi, but together, no thank you. Well this might not be as bad as you think.

Get Ready, People: Sushi Donuts Are Here


by Megan Z posted Jun 16 2016 8:56AM

Have you tried this Facebook trick before? Check it out!

Man fools thousands into thinking he can predict future with easy Facebook trick


by Megan Z posted Jun 16 2016 8:35AM

This is amusing, glad he got out!

New Eagles QB Carson Wentz rescued from N.J. gas station bathroom


by Megan Z posted Jun 15 2016 9:31AM

If you are a fan of pickle juic and enjoy drinking it out of the jar, don't do that anymore! Now you can drink it straight from the can, or use it for your cocktails...I mean you choose!

You Can Now Buy Pickle Juice In a Can


by Megan Z posted Jun 15 2016 8:25AM

If you are a new parent or or are way past the infant state you should find these detailed instructions to a babysitter, quite hilarious.

by Builder posted Jun 15 2016 7:55AM

When Thomas Howard was just a little boy, he and his family moved four doors away from the love of his life. According to Thomas, he knew right away when he first laid eyes on Irene that she was the one he wanted to spend the rest of his life with.

''I was only about nine then and when I first saw Irene I thought 'what a lovely girl,' she's going to be my girl this one and my fondness for her grew since then," Thomas said.

It wasn't long before Thomas and Irene became more than friends. As young teens, they would spend their time walking in parks together and sit in the back row of the movie theater holding hands. Even though Thomas was good friends with her brother, Frank, he says that Irene always came first.

"I would regularly go 'round to Irene's house to call for Frank so we could go out to play but Irene's mother got fed up with me turning up day after day," he remembered. "In the end she joked 'It's not our Frank you want it's Irene' and she was right."

Because he was so smitten with Irene, Thomas put his friendships on the line for her on more than one occasion.

"I nearly fell out with a friend over Irene but I liked the opposition. The other lad said that Irene was going to be his girl but I said no she isn't, she's my girl," said Thomas. "Even though we both loved the same girl we were still good pals."

By 1931, Thomas and Irene were spending every waking moment together. But in 1941, the two were forced apart for some time after 19-year-old Thomas was called to care for troops on the frontline in World War II.

Thomas returned home safely and the happy couple were reunited. They soon moved in together and wed in May of 1945. This year, the couple celebrated their 70th anniversary.
"Throughout our lives together we have only shown each other respect and good manners and I think of lot of youngsters could learn a lot from that," the 93-year-old shared.

He says that, above anything else, these two things are what has kept them together through thick and thin.
''When I was a lad I was always taught to respect women and if you saw a female in the street or one of your teachers, you automatically tipped your hat to them otherwise you would be in trouble," Thomas recalled. "I've always respected Irene—she's been my lifeline. I may have been wrong on certain issues and so has she but we always make up by the end of the day."

Aside from respect and good manners, Thomas says that his undying love for his 93-year-old wife is something about his relationship that he has and always will cherish.

"We're still in love all these years on. I still have her now and I'm proud of her," Thomas added. "If I was fortunate enough to do it all again I'd marry the same girl every time."
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by Megan Z posted Jun 14 2016 9:12AM

I'm a fan of cute cuddly little animals! What will it be?! I want to know!!

National Zoo to make pregnancy announcement


by Megan Z posted Jun 14 2016 8:51AM

What fun thing will Jake Owen do when he comes for Moondance Jammin' Country? Look to see him in this funny video!

You have to hear Jake Owen rap about mini-golf


by Megan Z posted Jun 13 2016 11:23AM

Here's a chance to make someone's birthday a little more special. Read this story that is heartbreaking and heartwarming all at the same time. Happy Birthday early Hallee and know how incredibly wonderful you are!!

This very sad photo of a teen alone on her birthday is going viral, and you can help!


by Megan Z posted Jun 13 2016 9:18AM

This little boy learned what a date was and he wanted to take his best friend. Read all about their cute little date.

5-year-old saves up his birthday money to take a girl on adorable 'first date'


by Megan Z posted Jun 10 2016 9:13AM

Want to make your own sprinkler...this look spretty simple and fun!

The Reason He's Cutting Up A Perfectly Good Pool Noodle Is Actually Genius


by Builder posted Jun 10 2016 6:38AM
We've all seen the numerous stories of what people have found when they bit into their fast food meal. Everything from rodent parts to parts of fingers. But this time someone actually found something COOL inside his food!

A guy named Dave Cook from Chesterfield County, Virginia bit into a double cheeseburger at McDonald's earlier this week . . . and found a $20 BILL in between the two patties.

The manager at the McDonald's says he has no idea how it got there, but the corporate office is investigating. Dave is keeping the money for now, but he says he'll return it if someone claims it.

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by Megan Z posted Jun 9 2016 10:11AM

If you were going to deep fry something, why not it be water?!

WATCH: Man cooks deep-fried water


by Megan Z posted Jun 8 2016 10:20AM

What an incredible story that shows exactly how advanced we are when it comes to medical care. Warning: it might bring a tear or two or maybe a few to your eyes.

Man lives for over a year without a heart in his body


by Megan Z posted Jun 8 2016 8:50AM

We've all sent the accidental text to the wrong person, but this guy sent it to the person he was talking about and...well there was no getting out of it, so he rolled with it in a BIG way.

Man sends mean text to mates about woman he's met - messages her by accident


by Megan Z posted Jun 8 2016 8:43AM

This Husky has learned to blow bubbles in his water dish and it's about as cute as you can imagine!

WATCH: Husky Can't Stop Blowing Bubbles And We Can't Stop Saying Awww


by Builder posted Jun 8 2016 8:19AM
Teen sells newspapers for 5 years, earns enough money to pay for college

MEMPHIS, TN – If you've had any concerns about our future generation, this article will give you some hope.
Kevuntez King, 17, of Memphis, grew up in a single-parent home with his mother. Her influence helped pave the way to his success.
"She just taught me how to be independent like she had it, (and) she just wanted me to go get it myself," King said.
So at the age of 12, when most kids were concerned with getting to the next level of their video game or sleeping in, King started selling newspapers. He kept the job for five years with one goal in mind: earn enough money to pay for his college education.
"When it came down to school, my mom didn't have to come out of pocket to do anything or I didn't have to take out any loans to go to school," King said.
King earned about $200 every Sunday while selling papers at a downtown Memphis intersection. And after five years of hard work, he has reached his goal.
He was accepted into Tennessee State University, and he has officially earned enough money to pay for his tuition in its entirety.
King wants to share a piece of advice for anyone who feels their dreams are impossible: "Make sure you surround yourself with people that's trying to go up in life and not trying to bring you down. Just stay positive and always believe in yourself and push for it."
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by Builder posted Jun 7 2016 1:04PM
A disgruntled bridesmaid took to Reddit to reveal that she was asked to dye her red hair as it was deemed too 'attention-grabbing'. Her friend the bride asked her to have it colored a 'natural brown' in order to fit in with the other bridesmaids.

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by Megan Z posted Jun 7 2016 9:19AM

I have never wanted anything more! The chore I dislike the most is folding clothes and this just might be what I need...

This Magical Laundry Folding Machine Will Never Hang You Out To Dry


by Builder posted Jun 6 2016 3:37PM
Baby Pandas are like human kids, they don't always want to take a bath!
by Megan Z posted Jun 6 2016 9:12AM

I can see where a parent seeing capsules like this would think they were something else. But what they turned out being was classic, see what this mom thought was drugs really turned out to be.

by Megan Z posted Jun 3 2016 9:11AM

This is where renting nightmares come from. I get the heebie-jeebies just with the thought of this happening!

Couple Moving Into Apartment Find Man's Lifeless Body


by Megan Z posted Jun 2 2016 9:10AM

This hilarious video of an Internet Cafe Owner getting ride of customers at closing time has gone viral. It's a must see.

Cafe owner comes up with disgusting way of clearing his shop of customers


by Megan Z posted Jun 1 2016 10:26AM

This guy surprised his graduating class with something really cool, that took time and commitment.

A High Schooler Secretly Drew Portraits Of All 411 Of His Fellow Graduating Seniors And It's Pretty Amazing


by Megan Z posted Jun 1 2016 9:39AM

I'm not a fan to begin with of Crocs so I'm maybe not the best judge but maybe a person should listen to Podiatrists on this one, wear them for short periods of time.

Here's What Podiatrists Think About Your Crocs


by Builder posted Jun 1 2016 5:39AM

The amazing story of the college graduate who was abandoned on campus as a newborn

The baby girl was born in November 1984.

She was placed in a box and left in a San Francisco State University dormitory laundry room by her mother, who was a student at the school, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.

In that laundry room, she was discovered by a student named Patrick, the newspaper reported, then helped by a 21-year-old named Esther, who cared for her in the critical moments before paramedics arrived.

Eventually, she was adopted by Sam and Helene Sobol, who she says gave her a warm and loving home.

That girl who was left in the campus laundry room is grown now. Her name is Jillian Sobol. And she recently graduated from the school where she born: San Francisco State University.

What's more: Esther Raiger, the former student who had helped her on the day of her birth, was there to help celebrate her big day, according to the new college grad, who spoke with The Washington Post on Sunday. It was a real crew, with Sobol's biological father present as well. And the Sobols, of course.

"And every time I saw them, I just tried not to cry," Jillian Sobol, 31, later told The Post, "because they mean the world to me."
Sobol's life story was detailed by the Chronicle, which reported that she didn't even tell the university about her personal background until earlier this year. That's when she penned a letter to the university's president, telling him about her connection to the institution.
"It helped close the circle," Sobol told The Post. "And it helped me emotionally get out the words to the people that needed to hear it."
You can check out the Chronicle for a more complete version of Sobol's history, but here are the basics, according to the newspaper:

Patrick Coughlan noticed the newborn as he was loading a dryer in a dorm that has since been demolished. Coughlan, who died a few years ago, asked Raiger, who was also in the laundry area that November morning, whether she realized a baby was in a box in the room.

And Raiger sprang into action, according to the Chronicle, which reported:
The nursing student had just aced her neonatal ABCs: airways, breathing and circulation. She swept her finger through the baby's mouth to make sure her airway was clear. She unwrapped the dirty towels and grew concerned by the baby's bluish color. She knew the infant was at risk of infection from the crude way the umbilical cord had been severed, and she recognized the potential for hypothermia.

"Go get help!" she ordered Coughlan. "Call 911!" She picked up the baby and cuddled her to warm her. As she massaged, she realized the infant's skin still had the creamy white substance called vernix usually washed off right after birth. Her weight, though, felt healthy.
The newborn was taken to a hospital and was later adopted by the Sobols, who had previously adopted a young boy.
When Jillian Sobol was a teenager, she learned the circumstances of her birth. A few years later, she reached out to Raiger, according to the Chronicle.
"I wrote her a letter, just saying, 'I know we've never met, but you've been a very big part of my life and I hope to meet you someday,' " Sobol told The Post. "And she was kind, and sent me a letter after. It was very exciting waiting for the mailman to show up every day: Will she write me? Will she write me?"

The pair reconnected, a reunion that was followed by a meeting with Sobol's biological father and his parents, the newspaper reported.
Sobol also has also taken steps to reconnect with her biological mother, although there have been a few slip-ups. Sobol said she wrote her a letter, which was followed by a Facebook message from her birth mother. The problem, however, was that Sobol didn't see the message until recently.
"There's a lot of optimism for the future," Sobol said, "but for right now, it's about graduation."

To be clear on one point: Sobol didn't attend San Francisco State because she was born there. It just worked out that way; she wanted to study hospitality and tourism management at the school, which also happened to be the place of her birth.
But, still, can you imagine what this full-circle journey must have felt like upon her graduation this month?

"It's been a bumpy road, that's for sure," Sobol told The Post. "Life always has its ups and downs. It was very emotional taking it all in. I felt nothing but love and joy — not only for myself, but, just, the graduation was at AT&T Park, which is the baseball field here. And being in a stadium filled with other fellow graduates and [students who had earned] master's degrees and PhDs, it was very special and moving."
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