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On the bright side, this year’s Emmy crop is thick with newcomers. Silverman is this year’s top surprise, but the list also includes “The Mentalist” lead Simon Baker’s first bid for best drama actor. And “Big Bang Theory” star Jim Parson snared his first nom for best comedy actor; ditto Jemaine Clement of HBO’s “Flight of the Conchords.”.
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This makes it difficult for the driver to see objects behind the SUV, such as children or pets. CBS Evening News reported that in 2002, nearly 30 children were run over by SUVs that were backing up. Blind spots increase with the size of the vehicle and the height of the rear window; thus, the blind spots of the midsize vehicle average about 10 feet back, while in SUVs they reach behind more than 14 feet (“SUVS: Blind to the Danger”)..