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Top 5 Holiday Scams

Posted: 2010-12-09 by Complaints Board  [send email]

Watch out for this year's most popular holiday scams.
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N  1st of Jan, 2011 by   VigilanteHouston
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Even as a teenager, songstress Amy Winehouse predicted a future that included troubled relationships, drug abuse, and the harsh light of stardom.

A red notebook of Winehouse's earliest lyrics and musings, entitled 'Amy's Songs,' turned up recently in a stack of discarded school papers in north London, according to the UK's Sun newspaper. In the entries (interspersed with English Lit. notes) Winehouse, now 27, mused about lust for a high school flame, urged herself to "live like the bombshell I really am", and "find someone with whom I can come undone."

Even as a teenager, songstress Amy Winehouse predicted a future that included troubled relationships, drug abuse, and the harsh light of stardom.

A red notebook of Winehouse's earliest lyrics and musings, entitled 'Amy's Songs,' turned up recently in a stack of discarded school papers in north London, according to the UK's Sun newspaper. In the entries (interspersed with English Lit. notes) Winehouse, now 27, mused about lust for a high school flame, urged herself to "live like the bombshell I really am", and "find someone with whom I can come undone."

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