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Living in the wild, Orcas spend their entire lives with their mothers, as family bonds last a lifetime. Living in large families, Orcas have a lifespan similar to a human lifespan. Orcas are intelligent, social, sentient beings, and relatively docile, with no documentation of free-range Orca attacks on humans, except when Orca's are in captivity.


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Crashing the Party on Obama's Marriage Equality Announcement

  MAY 22, 2012 AND MAGAZINE IN COLUMNS  

  AND Magazine  

Maybe it's time for the President to earn his Nobel Peace Prize.

When the President came out of the closet to endorse marriage equality recently, he did so in a way that was typical of his "lead from...
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