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Good day, bad day: September 21, 2012
"Gangnam Style" becomes YouTube's most-liked video, while Romney is accused of wearing bronzer to appeal to Latinos — and more winners and losers of today's news cycle
 
PSY's viral video "Gangnam Style" is now officially the most liked video of all time on YouTube.
PSY's viral video "Gangnam Style" is now officially the most liked video of all time on YouTube.
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GOOD DAY FOR:

A short jog
A new study finds that 30 minutes — and no longer — is the optimal amount of time you should exercise to lose weight. [Discovery News]

K-Pop
PSY's viral hit "Gangnam Style" becomes the most-liked video of all time on YouTube. [Gawker]

Heading west
According to a new report, four of America's five richest cities — San Jose, San Francisco, Seattle, and San Diego — are on the west coast. [Newser]


BAD DAY FOR:

Bursting decades-old bubbles
A British newspaper reveals that the iconic 1930s photo Lunch Atop A Skyscraper was actually staged for a publicity stunt. [The Daily What]

Multi-tasking
An armed gunman takes a hostage in a Pittsburgh office, but negotiations are hindered by his frequent and emotional real-time Facebook postings. [The Daily Dot]

Pulling a Boehner
Mitt Romney's face looks significantly darker during his appearance on Spanish-language news channel Univision, prompting accusations that he used bronzer to appeal to Latinos. [New York]

For more winners and losers see: Good day, bad day: September 20, 2012 

 

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