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New Year's 2010

Friday, Jan. 01, 2010 3:47 AM


Here's a neat story for the new year. Baden Whitehead is a chef who travels by horseback. He's ridden through 28 states, and is in the Bay Area through the winter before heading up north to a new job.


From the Say What? Department, the ongoing string of car fires in the East Bay has produced this redundant phrase: 'suspicious car fire.'


Say What? Round Two: KPIX morning weathercaster Tracy Humphrey referring to the 'first full day of 2010.'


And here's some advice for the new year, via artist Oatmeal: Ten Words You Need to Stop Misspelling.


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