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So much for privacy

Leave it to the paparazzi to spread more of Janet Jackson naked and exposed for all the public to see. The video clip showing Jackson sunbathing nude was apparently taken from the bushes next to her sun-worshipping chair. The source of the video is unclear and the link has been taken down with the tagline, “Lawsuits really aren’t my thing.”

Musical Entertainment for Your Pets

Now there is officially a station for all your pets needs-that’s right, your pets. Adrian Martinez, the founder of the station, DogCatRadio.com, says that he started the station because one of his six cats asked him too. Regardless of who is really responsible for the start of pet radio, if your furry friend likes music, turn to DogCatRadio.com.

November 4, 2005

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The Miami Hurricane

Student newspaper at the University of Miami


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