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As Elena Filatova puts it, "this is truly a dead land now". Not much can live in such a harsh and hostile radiocative environment. Many people perished in this disaster, probably over 300,000 died. It's still extremely toxic to living things even today over ten years later!
Greg Norman Today Interview
When Super Bowl XLI airs across the country on February 4th, millions of Americans will be tuning in for the game...and the commercials. For the last eight years, Anheuser-Busch has topped USA TODAY's Ad Meter list, and this year they're going for their record ninth straight win.
The results are based on volunteers who chart their second-by-second reactions to national Super Bowl commercials. Volunteers use hand-held meters to register how much they liked or disliked an ad while a computer averages the scores continuously.
2006 - Anheuser-Busch: Secret refrigerator stocked with Bud Light -- 8.39
2005 - Anheuser-Busch: Pilot Jumps from Plane to Catch Bud Light â 8.65
2004 - Anheuser-Busch: Dogs Fetch Bud Light â 9.04
2003 - Anheuser-Busch: Replay - 8.99
2002 - Anheuser-Busch: Satin Sheets - 9.11
2001 - Anheuser-Busch: Cedric's dream date - 8.63
2000 - Anheuser-Busch: Rex the Dog recalls his worst day - 8.09
1999 - Anheuser-Busch: Separated at Birth - 8.01
1998 - Pepsi: Flying Geese - 9.08
1997 - Pepsi: Dancing bears - 8.22
1996 - Pepsi: On security camera, Coke driver nabs Pepsi - 9.42
A new news program. You had better tune in because you never know whats on, Today on This Afternoon.
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USA TODAY's Jefferson Graham & Ed Baig frown on Sony's new "smilecam" digital cameras in the latest edition of "Talking Tech"
Gov. Romney Talks Taxes On "Today"
Phil O'Donnell (Motherwell) died today during a League game
Jaylen exceptionally happy today
When Super Bowl XLII airs across the country on February 3rd, millions of Americans will be tuning in for the game…and the commercials. For the last nine years, Anheuser-Busch has topped USA TODAY’s Ad Meter poll, and this year they’re going for their record tenth straight win.
The results are based on volunteers who chart their second-by-second reactions to national Super Bowl commercials. Volunteers use hand-held meters to register how much they liked or disliked an ad while a computer averages the scores continuously. USA TODAY created the Super Bowl Ad Meter in 1989 to gauge consumers' opinions about TV's most expensive commercials. 2008 marks the 20th anniversary for Ad Meter.
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Jackie and Dunlap discuss Jane Fonda saying the c-word on the Today Show. What could be more liberal than that?