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Published: Wednesday, November 30, 2011, 12:01 a.m.

Frat water

WSU fired head football coach Paul Wulff on Tuesday, and the school's athletic director said he hopes a new coach will inject energy into the Cougars' apathetic fan base.

That either means the new coach must build an exciting, eight-win team, or simply make sure that every Wazzu frat house is well-supplied with Natty Light on weekends.

Everybody remember where we parked: The latest cool thing from Google is digital mapping on your Android device of America's big-box stores and gargantuan super malls.

Hey, the Google engineer who successfully mapped Ikea stores deserves a MacArthur genius grant.

Mix-a-lot: Snohomish airbrush artist Nicole Dinardo's very cool customized KitchenAid stand mixers have been snapped up by very famous people, including Katy Perry, Tori Spelling and Britney Spears.

And we'll bet the celebs' maids appreciate the mixers, especially when they need to whip up a batch of gluten-free red currant scones because Miss Britney will wake up soon and will want her breakfast.

-- Mark Carlson, Herald staff

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