Man painted gold busted in I-80 hit-and-run in Richmond – SFGate


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Man painted gold busted in I-80 hit-and-run in Richmond
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A man covered in gold spray paint was arrested on charges of driving under the influence in Richmond Wednesday night after allegedly hitting three cars on Interstate 80 and leading California Highway Patrol officers on a brief chase before a wheel fell
Man Painted Gold Arrested in California Freeway Hit-and-RunABC News

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Randall Cunningham’s Daughter World Class Track Athlete Gunning For Gold Medal!! – TMZ.com


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Randall Cunningham's Daughter World Class Track Athlete Gunning For Gold Medal!!
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0317_Randall-and-Vashti-Cunningham Ridiculous athleticism runs in ex-NFL star Randall Cunningham's family. The proof … his 18-year-old daughter has her sights set on a gold medal, 'cause she's one of the nation's best high jumpers.
Bishop Gorman's Cunningham captures gold in women's high jump at world indoors — PHOTOSLas Vegas Review-Journal

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1 Simple Way Google Could Make Money From Virtual Reality – Motley Fool


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1 Simple Way Google Could Make Money From Virtual Reality
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Let's face it: Alphabet's (NASDAQ:GOOG) (NASDAQ:GOOGL) Google isn't going to make a ton of money selling cardboard virtual reality headsets. The company's cheapest Cardboard sells for $15 on its website, after all. But despite this, Google is pursuing …
Google Is Offering Free Storage Space Of 2GB And Today Is The Last Day For Getting ItMensXP.com

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Leading Campaign Finance “Reformer” Would Stop You from Spending Money on Your Own Campaign – Cato Institute (blog)

Leading Campaign Finance "Reformer" Would Stop You from Spending Money on Your Own Campaign
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Valeo, the 1976 case that heralded the modern camapign-finance regime] that rejected individual spending limits.” That means that campaigns would be limited in how much they could spend, regardless of how much money they raise in whatever increments …

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