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Coming up-
A deadly crash in Southside involving teenagers.
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Elian's father says force may be needed to get his son back.
They spend hours on line but they're getting more than sore eyes- Find out about getting a degree on the web.
And pies are flying. We'll tell you why.
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News 7 is next.

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((YES IT WOULD BE EMOTIONALLY DAMAGING TO HAVE TO HAVE MARSHALS REMOVE THE BOY BUT THE KEY THING HERE IS TO MINIMIZE THE DAMAGE OF BEING APART FROM HIS FATHER.))
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[OUT Q=from his father.]
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- If Elian Gonzalez's Miami relatives won't return the boy to his father voluntarily- armed federal marshals could remove Elian by force.
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[Cuba-Boy]


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That's the word from attorneys for Juan Gonzalez- Elian's father.
Meanwhile the boy's Miami relatives have asked for a meeting with Attorney General Janet Reno- and a face to face meeting with the boy's father-
Jennifer Jones has the latest from Miami.
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[SUPER=01-Joan Brown Campbell/Nat. Council of Churches; :52]
[SUPER=01-Joe Carollo/Miami Mayor; 1:13]
[SUPER=01-Jennifer Jones/Reporting; 1:18]
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((As Cuban- Americans gathered again in support of little Elian Gonzalez-- this time at a prayer service-- many in this community began to prepare for what seems the inevitable. The transfer of the six-year-old boy back to his father. The Justice Department says the reunion between the Cuban boy and his father is imminent. Attorney General Janet Reno is now unlikely to head to Miami--to meet Elian's great uncle, Lazaro Gonzalez. Meanwhile, attorneys for Elian's Miami relatives filed last minute court briefs, The relatives asked for --a family to family meeting at a neutral site --calling it the ONLY way to settle the custody dispute. Elian's father, Juan Miguel, though-- says hell have no part of THAT. Joan Brown Campbell/National Council of Churches He has said consistently that he will do anything to get his son back, short of meeting with the relatives. Meanwhile federal and local officials are still hoping some deal can be reached. All agree; armed federal agents using force to re-unite Elian with his father would be a spectacle the country will not soon forget.))

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Two teens are dead tonight and another is in critical condition after a head-on collision in Pittsylvania County.


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The accident happened just before two this afternoon on Route 7-29.
Authorities say 18-year old Ronnie Lee Anderson Junior crossed the double yellow line and hit a pickup truck head-on.
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Anderson and his passenger... 18 year old Crystal Gayle Harris... died at the scene.
The driver of the pickup truck 18 year old Jerry Lee Trammell is hostpitatized in critical condition.
Investigators do not think alcohol or high speed were factors...but they are still investigating.


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A nine year old boy who was hit by a van died this evening.
The accident happened last night on Southland Drive in Danville.
William Hill was riding his bike beside the curb when he turned into the path of a van riding along side him.
Police tell us they will not charge the driver at this time.
The driver and the little boy were neighbors.

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Police now have a suspect in a Martinsville murder, but they haven't been able to find him.
Marcus Leroy Stockton is charged with first degree murder for the shooting death of 29-year old Patrick Allen White.
White was found dead outside the Rivermont Apartments Saturday.
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Stockton is a black male... six feet two inches tall... and weighs 185 pounds.
He may use the alias "Shaq." [TAKE MARTINSVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT]
Police ask that you call the Martinsville Police Department at (540) 656-5301 with any information.
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[County-Supervisors]


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Roanoke County officials say any plans to charge for ambulance service are "on the shelf," for now.
Last month, a majority of the Supervisors said they couldn't support the idea unless the county's volunteer rescue squads approved.
Tonight County Administrator Elmer Hodge confirmed that the plan will NOT be part of next year's budget.
The board also heard a request for ten new paid positions at Mount Pleasant and Back Creek, two Fire and E-M-S stations where volunteers are not available during the day.

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A fiery plane crash in Southern California-
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The small plane crashed into a home engulfing the house.
The plane's pilot is dead- but no one on the ground was hurt.
Just yards away a group of girls saw the crash.
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((NIKKI FOWLER/WITNESS: I JUST SAW THE PLANE AND I THOUGHT IT WAS JUST GOING TO LAND BUT IT LANDED ON THE HOUSE.))
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Federal Aviation Administration officials say the pilot had just taken off from the Fullerton Airport- and was returning because a door on the airplane was open.
Other witnesses say they saw smoke just after takeoff but the pilot did not declare an emergency.
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Layoffs are coming to a major Campbell County employer.
Details are still ahead on News 7 at Eleven.
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And it's a fear for a lot of patients.
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((SOME OF THE THINGS INSURANCE COMPANIES WERE DICATATING TO US WERE GETTING IN THE WAY OF QUAILTY CARE FOR PATIENTS.))


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[OUT Q=for patients.]
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Find out how a court settlement involving one big H-M-O may put the patient first.
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((HELLO EVERYONE THIS IS DENISE ALLEN IN THE NEWS 7 SPORTS DEPARTMENT. THE HILLCATS TOP THE AVALANCHE IN SALEM. HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE MAJORS. THE NFL DRAFT IS DRAWING NEAR AND SEVERAL TECH PLAYERS ARE EXPECTED TO BE ON THE LIST AND ITS NOT UNUSUAL TO SEE GOLFER ALL DECKED OUT, BUT THESE PLAYERS TOOK RETRO TO THE NEXT LEVEL. THOSE STORIES LATER IN SPORTS.))

[Insurance]


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Doctors and patients should decide the course of medical care- not insurance companies-
That's long been the cry from many around the nation.
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Today the Texas Attorney General agreed- filing a class action lawsuit and annoucing a settlement with one of the nations big insurers- AETNA, U-S Healthcare-
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((JOHN CORNYN/TEXAS ATTORNEY GENERAL: THIS SETTLEMENT PLACES MEDICAL DECISIONS WHERE THEY BELONG IN THE HANDS OF PATIENTS AND THEIR PHYSICIANS.))
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The deal prohibits AETNA from fining doctors who exceed medical budgets or rewarding those who come in under.
It also includes improvements including a system where patients only need to get a referal once,.
It encourages doctors to offer preventative care and offers coverage for experimental care in the cases of life threatening illnesses.
In exchange AETNA admits no wrongdoing and will not pay any fines.
Todays settlement may prompt other H-M-O's to follow suit.
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[Online-Class]


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Taking college courses these days is as easy as logging onto your computer.
Online classes are taking off on campuses across the country and are becoming quite popular with busy students and parents.
Kate Weidaw has more.
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((SARAH AIREY/VT ONLINE STUDENT: SO THIS IS ONE OF HIS LECTURES.))
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Sarah Airey is a third year student at Virginia Tech majoring in computer engineering. Her busy schedule lead her to register for an online class in Technical Writing.

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((SARAH AIREY/VT ONLINE STUDENT: I'M A BUSY STUDENT AND IF I CAN TAKE A REQUIRED COURSE ONLINE AND DO THE WORK THAT IS REQUIRED AND DO IT WHEN I HAVE TIME IT'S GOOD FOR ME.))
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Her professor Virgil Cook has been teaching online classes for Virginia Tech for 7 years. A a veteran teacher of 37 years-- his computer reads the material to him because he is blind. Cook says he finds online classes improve student's writing.

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((VIRGIL COOK/ONLINE PROFESSOR: THEY'RE FORCED TO COMPOSE FOR THEIR ONLINE RESPONSES OF COURSE SOMETIMES YOU CAN TELL THEY HAVEN'T COMPOSED.))
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Cook e-mails his lecture material along with discussion questions twice a week to his 52 students -- the assignments are due once a week.
Students like Kim Snider who is a mother of a two year old finds the online class an opportunity to take a course she normally wouldn't have time for.

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((KIM SNIDER/VT ONLINE STUDENT: IT OFFERS PEOPLE WHO CAN'T BE AT A UNIVERSITY OR WANT TO TAKE ONE COURSE AND HAVE A DAY JOB TO BE ABLE TO DO THAT.))
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((KATE WEIDAW/REPORTING: AND IT'S NOT JUST AT VIRGINIA TECH YOU CAN FIND ONLINE CLASSES. MOST MAJOR UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES ARE OFFERING THEM AS WELL. TO FIND OUT ABOUT THE CLASSES YOU CAN LOG ONTO THE SCHOOLS WEB PAGE OR CALL THEM. KATE WEIDAW NEWS 7 BLACKSBURG.))
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[Lane-furniture]


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A cornerstone of the Altavista economy is cutting nearly a third of its workers.
Lane Furniture is cutting more than 300 employees from its plant there.
Surae Chinn has reaction.
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Indications are building up that New River Castings' parent company intends to rebuild the plant.
In a recent letter to Radford's Mayor, Intermet C-E-O John Doddridge writes:
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"Thanks for expeditiously arranging all of the right people from the community and state to help get the ball rolling on the rebuild of the New River plant."
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Radford Council members say that Intermet has made NO commitment to reconstruct the plant, destroyed in a March 5th explosion.
But Intermet submitted permit applications late last week with the Department of Environmental Quality that would help clear the way toward rebuilding.
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[Internet-Taxation]


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His staff proudly calls him the Internet governor.
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Tomorrow morning, Virginia Governor Jim Gilmore will do Internet retailers a favor.
He'll call for NO new taxes on the Internet in a report to Congress from his 19-member Advisory Commission on Electronic Commerce.
"E-retailers" say that's the kind of help they need to get going- like E-GO TRAVEL-dot-COM, in Richmond's historic district -- which has seen business increase 30-percent a year since 1995.
But its founder says he's NOT getting rich.
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((KEITH WEST/eGOtravel.com: THERE'S A FEW CASES THAT HIT THE MEDIA OF COMPANIES GOING PUBLIC. YOU KNOW, THEY'RE MAKING A LOT OF MONEY, BUT THEY'RE NOT MAKING MONEY OFF THE INTERNET. THEY'RE MAKING MONEY SELLING PIECES OF THEIR COMPANY.))
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So-called "bricks and mortar" retailers say their customers pay taxes with every sale-- and they know they're losing business to titans like AMAZON-dot-COM.
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((BOO SMYTHE/FOUNTAIN BOOKS: PEOPLE CAN GO TO AMAZON... AND BUY THEM CHEAPER THAN I CAN SELL THEM TO THEM. SO I KNOW IT HAS IMPACTED SOME PEOPLE.))
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The Governor says retail stores have advantages the Internet never will: human interaction and the ability for a customer to touch and then walk away with the product the same day.
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He was a P-O-W for years, she wore a bracelet with his name on it for years.
Today they met face to face. We'll have that story in a moment.
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[VO-NAT]


And it could be a scene from a three stooges movie-- but it's really the world's biggest pie-fight.
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[Vietnam-POW]


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The man who graced a famous cover of Life magazine was in Botetourt County today to meet the girl who comforted him in prison.
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Paul Galanti says C-J Dickerson helped pull him through seven years as a prisoner of war in North Vietnam.
She was only 11 but she wore a bracelet with his name on it.
They met today -- 30 years later -- for the first time.
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((I GOT A HUG FROM A SHERIFF. THAT'S NEVER HAPPENED BEFORE. SOME OF THEM I THOUGHT WERE GOING TO HIT ME ONCE OR TWICE BUT THIS IS THE FIRST TIME I EVER GOT A HUG FROM A SHERIFF. IT ALL WENT FULL CIRCLE. IT WAS JUST THE GREATEST THING. HE'S SUCH A WONDERFUL MAN.))
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Galanti is now a motivational speaker and talked to kids at Lord Botetourt High School about the power of positive thinking.
He led the Virginia presidential campaign for John McCain -- who was a fellow prisoner in Hanoi.
He's headed up the Science Museum of Virginia.
He also helps run an internet company and is building a subdivision for the elderly in Richmond.
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In sports, highlights from the Avalanche, majors and NBA.
The Wrath is ready to start another season and local golfers step back in time.
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[SUPER=75-San Francisco, CA;]


First our extra point.
Two new ball parks debuted today.
There's a view of the San Francisco Bay beyond the outfield wall at the Giants' new home.
The Dodgers beat San Francisco six to five in the Pacific Bell Park.
[super=75-Detroit, MI/Fox Sports;]


The Tigers pick up a win in their new home Comerica Park.
Detroit beat Seattle five to two.
Now here are the rest of the scores.
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[S-SALEM]


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The Salem Avalanche welcomed back the Hillcats for the second game of this seven game homestand.
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But Carlos Rivera would make sure Lynchburg ended up on top last night, this two run shot gives the Hillcats the lead in the fourth.
Lynchburg went on to take a three nothing advantage. Salem tries to mount a comeback in the ninth scoring two runs, but the Avalanche falls short losing to the Hillcats three to two.
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In the majors, the Orioles traveled to Kansas City and Baltimore jumped out to a three-nothing lead.
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Cal Ripken, Junior started off the O's three run second inning with this solo shot to left field.
Mike Sweeney put the Royals on the board in the fourth with his American League leading fifth homerun, this game is now tied at five in the 10th inning.
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[S-Spring]


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The NFL draft is just days away, Virginia Tech defensive ends from last season, John Engelberger and Corey Moore are expected to be picked up.
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Several other Tech defenders from last year's team could also get the call from the pros.
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[VO-NAT]
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The Hokies lost 8 starters off of last season's defensive team, but no one is panicking about filling those holes. Largely because redshirt freshman, Nathaniel Adibi, from Phoebus high school in Hampton is expected to hold down on the of the end spots. He says this year's defense will be better than last year's in at least one category.
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At six-three and nearly 245 pounds the only thing Adibi lacks right now is more experience.
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[S-Wrath]


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The Roanoke Wrath returns 10 players from last years team that went 10 and 8.
Its fourth season in the Star City starts Saturday at Victory Stadium.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.; :00]


The United Soccer League's D-III Pro team missed the playoffs last season after making the post season in 98. The primary challenge for first year coach Dave Patterson will be getting the Wrath back to the post season.
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((DAVE PATTERSON/WRATH HEAD COACH:ONE OF THE THINGS I'D LIKE TO BELIEVE THIS TEAM IS GONNA DO IS WE'RE GONNA BE VERY ORGANIZED AND WE'RE GONNA DEFEND WELL. WHICH IS SOMETHING WE REALLY HAVE TO WORK ON. SO TO SEE THE CREATIVENESS AND THE ABILITY TOT SCORE AT THE OTHER END AT THAT, THAT'S NICE, THAT'S ENCOURAGING FOR ME.))
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The Wrath welcomes as many as 14 new players to the team this season, but so far, chemistry has not been a problem and the players are upbeat about the 2000 season, especially after a 3-3 tie with Radford Monday night.
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[SUPER=01-Robert Weaver/Wrath Center Midfielder; :12]

((MIKE BRIZENDINE/WRATH FORWARD:WE HAVE A BUNCH OF NEW PLAYERS COMING TOGETHER. WE'RE LOOKING GOOD UP TO THIS POINT. BUT OBVIOUSLY WE HAVE PLENTY OF ROOM TO IMPROVE. WE HAVE GOOD THINGS TO COME.)) ((ROBERT WEAVER/WRATH CENTER MIDFIELD:WE LOOK LIVELY UP FRONT, SCORED THREE GOALS SOME GOOD INDIVIDUAL PLAY AND SOME GOOD PLAYERS FOLLOWING IN BEHIND THE EASY GOALS WHEN PEOPLE FOLLOW IN AND GOOD TEAM PLAY.))
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[OUT Q=...and good team play"]
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[S-Women]


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These days many people are obsessed with the new Millennium. But this morning, Mike Stevens found out that the members the Hunting Hills women's golf association were more concerning with the start the last century.
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((The ladies linksters were dressed to kill in more ways at one as they quickly proved that it is possible to mix linen with titanium. ((NAT SOUND OF SWING)) ((SUE WISEMAN:)) Needless to say the members took the dress for success theme to heart. Some created their outfits with a round of imagination and some help from and thrift shops and the costume division of Roanoke opera. But no one got into the swing of things more than Lita Hunt. ((LITA HUNT:)) ((MARILYN DONATO:)) Despite initial appearances, the outfits were nearly as restrictive as they appeared to be. But these 21st century women weren't taking any chances. ((SUE WISEMAN:)) Fortunatley, no such thing was necessary. At the Hunting Hills CountryClub, Mike Stevens News 7 sports.))


[Pie-Fight]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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You've heard of getting egg on your face, but what about pie?
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((ONE, LET'S GO.))
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Pie is not just on faces, but hands, feet and more in the worlds biggest custard pie fight.
It took just three minutes- to fling three thousand, three-hundred and twelve pies in the air.
The stunt was masterminded by a Swedish internet games company to coincide with its launch of a British website.
All 20 pie slingers earned a place in the Guinness Book of Records.
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