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Good day, bad day: April 4, 2012
Ryan Gosling charms the world once again, while iPhone elitists find a new reason to complain — and more winners and losers of today's news cycle
 
Ryan Gosling to the rescue: To the delight of fans everywhere, the super-handsome star reportedly saves a woman from being run over in busy New York traffic.
Ryan Gosling to the rescue: To the delight of fans everywhere, the super-handsome star reportedly saves a woman from being run over in busy New York traffic.
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GOOD DAY FOR:

Playing doctor
A study finds that if you put on a white coat that you believe is a doctor's, your ability to pay attention sharply increases. If you think the coat belongs to a painter? No benefit. [The New York Times]

One lucky damsel in distress
Ryan Gosling reportedly saves a pedestrian's life by pulling her out of the way of oncoming traffic. [The Frisky]

Playing by the rules
A bank teller foils a woman's plans of robbery by telling her that the bank is closed and she should return the next day. [Huffington Post]

BAD DAY FOR:

The chocolate-averse
A worldwide shortage of vanilla bean could increase the cost of vanilla ice cream by as much as 10 percent. [TIME]

Apple elitists
Angry iPhone users lament on Twitter that popular photo-sharing app Instagram is less desirable now that Android users have it, too. [BuzzFeed]

Owning up
Actor Tracy Morgan opens his car door into a cyclist... and blames the cyclist for wearing a difficult-to-see, all-black outfit. [New York Post]

For more winners and losers see: Good day, bad day: April 3, 2012

 

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