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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Tom Corson
Justin Timberlake's comeback album has sold nearly 1 million units its first week out.
"There's a reason why Flo Rida keeps putting out records, `cause it's good business," he said.
Corson says Pitbull is a great example of an act who defies the "singles artist" stereotype: While his latest albums, last year's "Planet Pit" and 2009's "Rebelution," have sold 397,000 and 249,000 units, respectively, his singles from those albums _ "Give Me Everything" and "I Know You Want Me (Calle Ocho)," among others _ have moved more than 15 million tracks.