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Good day, bad day: July 11, 2012
A man finds priceless baseball cards in his attic, while paleontologists bemoan the drunken destruction of fossils — and more winners and losers of today's news cycle
While cleaning his grandfather's attic (not pictured), an Ohio man discovered a box of circa 1910 baseball cards estimated to be worth over $3 million dollars.
While cleaning his grandfather's attic (not pictured), an Ohio man discovered a box of circa 1910 baseball cards estimated to be worth over $3 million dollars.
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OOD DAY FOR:

A Colbert Nation education
The Colbert Report's popularity sparks the creation of an array of courses at universities around the country about the art of fake news and satire. [Newser]

Tidying
An Ohio man finds a rare collection of 1910 baseball cards worth $3 million while cleaning out his attic. [Consumerist]

Arrested Development developments
Actor Jason Bateman announces via Twitter that the beloved cult show will begin filming new Netflix-only episodes in four weeks. [New York]

BAD DAY FOR:

Strange requests
A North Carolina man is taken into custody after he barricades himself inside a hotel room and demands pizza... and the hand of Paris Hilton in marriage. [TIME]

Ill-advised outsourcing
The U.S. Olympic team's opening ceremony uniforms were allegedly made in China. [Daily News]

Partying too hard
Drunken hooligans damage three irreplaceable dinosaur fossils that had been discovered by scientists in Canada. [Business Insider]

For more winners and losers see: Good day, bad day: July 10, 2012 

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