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    Why One Extreme Couponer Gave Up Clipping

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    It's said that savvy shoppers should never leave home without coupons. Some "extreme couponers" can load shopping carts with hundreds of dollars in merchandise and owe just a few dollars at checkout. But one reformed couponer says the cost is too high, in time and hard work. Christy Rakoczy speaks with host Michel Martin.
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    What's A Pirate's Least-Favorite Puzzle? One That Hates Arrrrs

    In each pair of clues, the answer to the first clue is a word that contains the consecutive letters A-R. Drop the A-R, and the remaining letters in order will form a word that answers the second clue.
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    What To Do With Weird Farmers Market Vegetables

    The farmer's market in July is a wondrous thing: juicy tomatoes, jewel-toned eggplants, sweet yellow corn. But then, you see greens that look like weeds, and suddenly, you feel intimidated.
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    Trump's Campaign Theme Song Headache? Blame Michael Jackson, Sort Of

    Candidates keep getting in trouble for picking theme songs without getting approval from the artist. You can trace this back to changes in both campaigning and the way companies sell products.
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    Want A Taste Of Virtual Reality? Step One: Find Some Cardboard

    Fancy headsets can cost between $200 and $500. But if you have a smartphone, some extra time and an empty pizza box, you can make your own.

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