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Eight local TV news stories conveniently breaking during November Sweeps:

8. “Is Facebook taking over your life? Take the poll on our Facebook page. Facebook! Facebook! Facebook!”

7. “Could Kim Kardashian be coming for your man next? Shocking revelations at 10.”

6. “Can your child get brain damage from snorting carpet cleaner? Our intern tries it, next.”

5. “Have you seen YouTube today? Stay tuned for eight minutes of random, grainy videos.”

4. “Coming up at 9: We talk to the only Utahn who’s actually watched The X Factor.”

3. “Is your teen going to sex-fueled FourSquare raves? Tonight, our investigative report reveals: What’s FourSquare?”

2. “Does your cat have psychic abilities? We’ll tell you, right after The Mentalist.”

1. “Is there a zombie uprising in Tooele? Follow our reporter on Twitter for his latest … never mind; they got him.”

Twitter: @Bill_Frost | BillFrost.tv

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