Sicilian Mobster Wins Literary Prize: A jailed Sicilian mobster named Giuseppe Grassonelli, serving a life sentence for at least a dozen murders, has sparked controversy after he was awarded that country’s top literary price for his autobiography. His winning the prize is being described in literary circles as a long-shot – right between the eyes. Even if it sells very well, Giuseppe says he doesn’t expect to make a killing on the book.
FDA Says Little Evidence to Support Use of Testosterone Drugs: The Food and Drug Administration says there is little evidence that testosterone-boosting drugs taken by millions of American men are beneficial. Ironically, a related study found that there is little evidence that anything the FDA does is beneficial.
Mormons Found to Be Still Baptizing Dead Jews: The Church of Latter-day Saints has once-again had to apologize for posthumously baptizing dead Jews, despite more than two decades of negotiations and agreements to prevent such baptisms. About the only thing I can conclude from this is that it appears as if some Mormons may have way too much time on their hands.
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