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  • Greenberg, Leon A. (June 1955). "The definition of an intoxicating beverage". Quarterly journal of studies on alcohol. 16 (2): 316–25. doi:10.15288/qjsa.1955.16.316. PMID 14385011. Reviewed by: Welter, Ben (2008-07-09). "Thursday, July 7, 1955: Can you get drunk on beer?". Yesterday's news. Star Tribune. Retrieved 2008-07-19. In a United Press story published in the Minneapolis Tribune, a Yale man who probably managed to avoid frat houses during his undergrad years demonstrates that you can be right about all the facts and still come to the wrong conclusion.
  • Tynan, Dan (2008-10-14). "Will the Real Spam King Please Stand Up?". PC World. Retrieved 2008-10-31. It seems the bulk e-mail industry has more kings than a pinochle deck. But who is really the king of kings? The following ten spammers are all heavyweight contenders for the crown.
  • Squires, Nick (2008-05-17). "What came first - the egg or the gecko inside?". The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 2008-11-01.