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Lena Dunham Responds To Lisa Lampanelli's N-Word Controversy!

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And just when we thought the dust had settled around the latest Lena Dunham controversy…

Turns out, the Girls creator HERSELF is not too cool with comedienne Lisa Lampanelli using the N-word to describe their friendship, and despite the argument one could make that there was no demeaning or belittling intention behind its usage in this specific instance, she is still HELLA uncomfortable with Twitter being the place to discuss such an explosive, hotly-debated issue!

After being criticized on the social media site for not taking a public stance on the drama, Lena responded:

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100-Pound Wolf Sparks Michigan Hunting Debate!

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A picture of a giant wolf killed in Michigan has really got some people talking.

The wolf was struck by a car and killed in an accident on a highway.

A man took a picture of himself holding the dead wolf, which weighed an incredible 100-pounds and was almost as tall as him!!

Even though the death was an accident, it's sparked a debate in Michigan regarding the hunting of wolves. A new law may go into effect

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Scientists Need 'Adventurous Female Human' To Give Birth To Neanderthal Baby!!

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The science community is all abuzz over the prospect of cloning a neanderthal.

Harvard professor George Church says that the first step of decoding the neanderthal genome is already done, and it may be possible to clone a neanderthal baby in the near future!

But scientists wouldn't be able to do it alone! Church says:

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Monkey Experiment Controversy To Be Debated!

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Animal rights activists are furious with the monkey experiments being done at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and because of their anger, a debate was called and is being led by Jane Velez-Mitchell.

The tests that have the activists in a frenzy are being performed on Rhesus Monkeys. During the experiments, the babies are taken from their moms at birth and are then put through several observations that whip up fear or anxiety.

But that's not even the worst part.

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Piers Morgan Called A "Red Coat" By Man Who Wants Him Deported! WATCH Debate HERE!

Do you enjoy senseless, relentless rants?

Then you will get some chuckles — even though this segment is actually seriously disturbing — from watching CNN correspondent Piers Morgan trying to debate Radio Host Alex Jones, the man who started a petition to get Morgan deported from the United States.

Ch-ch-check out the first part of the "debate" which is actually just Mr. Jones spewing out a string of pro-gun statments while Piers attempts to calm him down (above)!

One highlight from the first part is when Jones insists:

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Oliver Stone Blasts Obama And Romney Over Climate Change After Sandy!

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Hurricane Sandy was brutal, and our hearts go out to those that lost their homes, towns, and unfortunately — family members. Many things should come from this, including people beginning to take future warnings seriously, better preparation, and hopefully we'll be seeing the aftermath support and clean-up meet the challenge.

Director Oliver Stone wants something else to come from it too. He wants President Obama and Mitt Romney to stop ignoring the problems and turn their stances around on climate change to face it head on.

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Barack Obama Deeply Offended The Bayonet Industry During Debate

Barack Obama may have officially won Lindsay Lohan over (if she doesn't change her mind again by November 6) after the final Presidential Debate, but he also may have lost the bayonet vote in the process.

While responding to Mitt Romney's charges that he isn't properly arming the Navy, the POTUS said:

"You mentioned the Navy, for example, and that we have fewer ships than we did in 1916. Well, Governor, we also have fewer horses and bayonets, because the nature of our military's changed."

His off the cuff comment was meant to be a metaphor, meaning he focuses on the quality and capability of Naval ships, not quantity. However, some folks in the bayonet industry are deeply offended by the "ignorant" comment.

Arguing that soldiers still make good use of the hand-to-hand combat weapon, a representative from Bayonet Inc. believes they "are still distributed to the military all the time" and that President Obama "should get educated on it."

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