daily dos: Jay-Z & Kanye West's new video, a botched abortion leads to child support and #amercia trends on Twitter

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daily dos: Jay-Z & Kanye West's new video, a botched abortion leads to child support and #amercia trends on Twitter

  • The misspelling #Amercia became a trending topic on Twitter last night after Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney's app was released with the word America misspelled.
  • They don't want to see you go: the 10 largest banks charge their customers up to $55 in fees to close their account according to The Consumer Union advocacy group.

    (image by 401K via Flickr)
  • Does he pay a service charge? NBA player Deshawn Stevenson tried to impress his Instagram followers by modeling a new outfit, but Instagrammers were intrigued by something else: Stevenson has an ATM machine in his kitchen.
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  • UCLA is speaking out in defense of Diddy's son, Justin Combs. CNN asked if Justin Combs should return his full athletic scholarship for football being that his father is worth $475 million. University spokesman Ricardo Vazquez made the distinction that "unlike need-based scholarships, athletic scholarships are awarded to students strictly on the basis of their athletic and academic ability, and not on a student's financial need."

    (image via Twitter)
  • A different kind of streaming: the Guitar Pee urinal lets users create music by peeing into a guitar-shaped bottle. Users can then download their "M-Pee-3" later. (via The Daily What)
  • Riot police and protesters meet up for a few Molotov cocktails in Jay-Z and Kanye West's new video, "No Church In The Wild," featuring Frank Ocean.
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  • A Spanish doctor has been ordered to pay child support after a botched abortion. The case was brought after a woman received an abortion and found out three months later that the abortion was not a success. The unnamed doctor has been ordered to pay $1,300 a month until the child's 26th birthday and a $189,000 lump sum for "moral damage."

    (image by Mike LaCon via Flickr)
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