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3. Singer Susan Boyle has Asperger's Syndrome. (Learn more at AARP)
4. Kitty, the most popular name for female kittens from 2000 to 2006, has dropped behind Bella and Lucy. (Learn more at Vetstreet)
5. Not all species decline with age, a new survey finds. (Learn more at Science Daily)
6. Including the word " overstock" in Internet addresses is a popular lure for fraud this holiday season. (Learn more at AARP)
7. Another holiday heads-up: decorating gets more dangerous every year. (Learn more at AARP)
8. Making a selfie video while riding an emu might be considered animal cruelty. (Learn more at Daily Dot)
11. A stuffed monkey's two-inch toy pistol can be considered a dangerous weapon at an airport. (Learn more at King5.com)
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Images: Cockroaches courtesy of Lyle Buss, University of Florida Insect ID Lab; Saturn jet stream: NASA, JPL; Susan Boyle: Scott Campbell/Getty Images; Three Cats: Ferran Jordí /Flickr; LEGO Christmas: Thom Watson/Flickr; Emu: Aussiegall/Flickr; Tongue Twisters: MirekP/istockphoto; Sock puppet's gun: Phyllis May via King5; Cat for audio player: Doug88888/Flickr
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