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Sometimes, going out in the storm pays off.
Is there nothing that David Beckham can’t do?
Because the Times Square ball drop is so last year.
If your head still isn’t spinning from the headline, please read on.
Friday’s links celebrate 2010 with its true essence: nerds.
The black-eyed pea is one lucky legume.
The legendary Wild West outlaw won’t be pardoned for his infamous activity after all.
Even Google is ready to party!
A full 16 hours ahead of New York, and 19 hours ahead of Los Angeles, Sydneysiders have already clinked their champagne glasses, sang Auld Lang Syne, and are well on the way to breaking their New Year’s resolutions.