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Duncan is a science and technology reporter for CDN and serves as the lead geek correspondent. Follow him if you like rockets, mobile tech, video games or ... just about anything nerdy.

Are Iowa’s deer ‘suicidal’?

Mitchell County in Northern Iowa is using slightly different signage to get driver’s attention. Most areas in the United States use a sign featuring a silhouetted buck jumping against a yellow background on a diamond shaped sign lets drivers know that there are deer present and that deer may attempt to cross the road – Mitchell county just took it one step ...

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Love Superbowl Ads but Don’t Want to Wait? We’ve got some previews… [video]

This Sunday, the Broncos and Panthers will face off .. and if you don’t know or care what that means, but love funny, cute and/or overly-expensive commercials – we got yur back! Heinz puts the dog in weiner dog: Even Drake can get sidelined by lawyers .. even while recording a 3 second ringtone: When ya’ just really need some ...

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Drummer falls out of window during performance [video]

drummer falls out of window

The Drummer of The Don Kelly Band takes a tumble through a window when he stands up after having finished playing “Ghost Riders in the Sky.” “My ear monitor pulled me back, it felt like somebody grabbed me by the shirt and yanked me to the ground,” Saxon told WKRN. The performer finished the set, played another four hours that night ...

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McDonald’s Facing Social Media Scrutiny for missing cheese

McDonald’s has been pushing Mozzarella Sticks as a feature of the new McPick 2 menu, but many who’ve tried them are asking “where’s the cheese?” @Reachout_mcd @McDonaldsCorp new cheese sticks are perfect for the lactose intolerant #dairyfree #wheresthecheese pic.twitter.com/AeqLWOWNEG — Lisa (@lisa_sparkles) January 25, 2016 McDonald’s website describes the cheese sticks as “Made with 100% real and melty mozzarella cheese ...

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