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Good day, bad day: September 11, 2012
A morbidly obese dog gets help from a good Samaritan, while a Republican pays a big price for hugging Obama — and more winners and losers of today's news cycle
Restaurant owner and Obama hugger Scott Van Duzer is receiving some less than sensational Yelp reviews after his presidential embrace.
Restaurant owner and Obama hugger Scott Van Duzer is receiving some less than sensational Yelp reviews after his presidential embrace.
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OOD DAY FOR:

Riding high
A London architect unveils his proposal to construct elevated bicycle lanes throughout England's capital. [Discovery News]

Tough love
An Oregon veterinarian takes in an overfed and morbidly-obese dachshund and puts him on an intensive weight-loss regimen. [HyperVocal]

Urban bookworms
A New York designer creates a mini-library inside a phone booth to inspire passersby. [GOOD]


BAD DAY FOR:

High-brow nudity
Facebook temporarily blocks The New Yorker's Facebook page after the magazine posts a cartoon featuring a naked Adam and Eve. [Gothamist]

Photo-op fame
The Florida pizzeria owner who bear-hugged Obama during a photo-op this weekend is hit with scathingly negative Yelp reviews from conservatives angry at President Obama. [New York]

Ill-advised tattoos
R&B bad boy Chris Brown gets a new neck tattoo that looks strikingly similar to Rihanna's injured face after the infamous 2009 incident in which he hit her. [Death & Taxes]

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

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