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Footnotes: Plan Bleh; Baker Tilly’s New Brewtown Home; No Padres Pin for Phil’s KPMG Hat | 12.19.12

"Fiscal cliff" talks turn sour, Obama threatens veto [Reuters]

Baker Tilly is done moving into the US Bank Center in Milwaukee. [MBJ]

Science explains Rudolph's red reindeer nose [CNET]

Getco Acquires Knight Capital: No Auditor Was Harmed In The Process [Re:The Auditors]

GM to Buy Back Stock From Treasury [WSJ]

Don't expect Phil Mickelson's KPMG hat to be shanking chip shots for charity at Padres games next summer. [Deadspin]

Accenture Falls as First-Quarter Consulting Revenue Declines [BBW]

CTA Feces-Filled Sock Attack: Woman Hit In Face WIth Man's Poop Aboard Blue Line A 21-year-old college student told Oak Park police a man struck her in the face with a sock filled with his own feces as she rode the train, reports the Pioneer Press. "He had a sock full of his poop on me,” said the woman, asking to remain anonymous. “It was everywhere; on my face, my hair, my clothes." The exact time and day of the attack wasn't disclosed, but the woman said she screamed and tried to follow the man, reports NBC Chicago. Her attacker ultimately escaped up the Austin Boulevard exit and ran northbound on Austin in Oak Park. [HP]

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