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America’s Iraq War vs. Food Network’s Cupcake Wars: A Comparative Table

Iraq war: no end in sight. Cupcake Wars: 4-hour time limit. Iraq war: Blood for oil. Cupcake Wars: Frosting for my mouth. Iraq war: Post traumatic stress disorder. Cupcake Wars: sugar headache. Iraq war: hundreds of thousands of soldiers. Cupcake Wars: 4 contestants. Iraq war: Screaming, cursing, racial slurs. Cupcake Wars: racial slurs edited out [...]
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