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Good day, bad day: August 23, 2012
Man bites cobra (in triumphant revenge), while Martin Scorsese gets sued for delaying a movie for 22 years — and more winners and losers of today's news cycle
After a cobra bit a 55-year-old Nepalese man while he was working on his rice paddy, the man chased the snake down and bit it repeatedly until it died.
After a cobra bit a 55-year-old Nepalese man while he was working on his rice paddy, the man chased the snake down and bit it repeatedly until it died.
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OOD DAY FOR:

Germophobes
A savvy tech company designs an affordable keyboard that you can pop in the dishwasher. [Tecca]

Biting back
A Nepali man who was bitten by a cobra exacts his revenge, biting the snake back until it dies. [Reuters]

Barack Obameat and Meat Romney
A California mosaic artist creates portraits of the 2012 presidential candidates out of beef jerky. [The Daily What]

BAD DAY FOR:

Getting the rocker vote
Days after Paul Ryan's favorite band denounces him, Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider slams the veep candidate for using one of TS' songs in his campaign. [New York]

Procrastination
Martin Scorsese is sued for agreeing to adapt the 1980 Shusaku Endo novel Silence, then putting off the project for 22 years. [Death & Taxes]

Gratitude
Cops nab two bank robbers who used lifelike masks in their heist by tracing the thank-you note the thieves wrote to the mask company. [Gothamist]

For more winners and losers, see: Good day, bad day: August 22, 2012

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