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Trending today: Obama loves House of Cards & the Valentine's Day Facebook status rundown

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While you were sleeping, the Internet never stopped. And it's amazing what the Internet comes up with.

Check out what people are tweeting, sharing and talking about.

"House of Cards" Season 2 now available to binge watch on Netflix

The highly anticipated "House of Cards" Season 2 was released Friday on Netflix. According to Facebook fans, it's even more binge-worthy than season one. Members of Congress and staffers woke up early to watch some of the new season before the government opens at 10 a.m.

But keep your comments to yourself please. President Obama would like to join millions of other Netflix subscribers in watching season 2 spoiler-free.

"@BarackObama: Tomorrow: @HouseofCards. No spoilers, please," he tweeted.

Kentucky newspaper writes love letter to old subscribers

It's common knowledge that print newspapers are suffering in the digital age. The Lexington (Ky.) Herald-Leader has been sending a very sad love letter to former subscribers asking, "what happened to us?"

"We used to be inseparable," the paper wrote. "What do you say we start getting together again? I can drop by on Sundays and we can spend some quality time together."

This is either a great marketing scheme for Valentine's Day or just the saddest thing ever.

Valentine's Day on Facebook: Romantic or Singles Awareness Day

Ah, Valentine's Day. Was there ever a better time to be scrolling through your newsfeed? Facebook posts you'll probably see today include the "Flowers Sent to Work" picture, the status update of romantic dinner plans, and even the "We're Engaged" shot.

But it's also Singles Awareness Day for some. The "99 problems but a guy/girl ain't one" type of thing.

Regardless of your relationship status, be sure to eat chocolate.

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