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Montana man pushed off cliff believed bride accused of murder had a 'surprise' for him: testimony
Wed Dec 11, 2013
@ Warren S Levine: Maybe, but they are more likely relying on Spell-Check. Interesting, though, this is the first mention I've seen of this guy's friend (Cameron Fredrickson) who admitted to breaking into their house to 'look for evidence'. I mean his heart might have been in the right place as f …
King Richard III's face revealed after 500 years
Tue Feb 5, 2013
A parking place! A parking place! My kingdom for a parking place!
Stepmom convicted in death of boy, 10, who was deprived of water
Sat Jan 19, 2013
Truly, a Grimm Brothers type stepmother if ever there was one.
Dangers on the toy shelves: Dora's guitar, balloon launcher
Tue Nov 20, 2012
I had a Thingmaker - and I remember making some pretty cool stuff with it. I also had an Easy-Bake Oven (powered by a pair of dangerously hot, 100-watt. incandescent light bulbs), and all kinds of other things that would be deemed 'too dangerous' in today's social climate. I also had parents that pa …
S.F. Supervisors pass anti-Happy Meal law
Tue Nov 9, 2010
I think it's all about people who don't want to take responsibility for the decisions that they make. They want to be able to blame somebody else when the choices they make have negative consequences. Thus, the nanny state.
Keep your filthy paws off my baby, please!
Tue Nov 9, 2010
So what's going to be the next trend? How about a stroller with built-in dispensers for hand-sanitizer and antiseptic towlettes? And seeing as how many viruses (including the dreaded flu) are airborne, maybe there should be a sign that says "Don't breathe within a ten-foot radius of my baby". Get re …
Movie tells story and myth of Facebook founder
Sun Oct 3, 2010
Ya think??? One of the first things I was told in a class I took in professional development was a warning about the importance of cleaning up Facebook pages and email accounts. It's something that employers look at--seriously. An unflattering post or photo can ruin someone in the job market. And an …
Report: U.S. links sought to Europe terror plots
Wed Sep 29, 2010
Uh, dale, I don't know if you know this or not, but there are laws regarding how protests are to be conducted. There are also laws against things like rioting, and disturbing the peace, which would also include unruly protesters. You're probably too young to remember the 60s. There are also laws reg …
'The new unemployables': Workers over 50
Mon Sep 20, 2010
sherri2012 and Karen in Los Angeles both have an excellent point about appearance being a factor--if you can even get an interview in the first place. My question is this: How do you get seen by someone who is in a position to consider whether or not you are too old and sick-looking to hire, when y …
Tea party favorite stuns GOP with Delaware win
Tue Sep 14, 2010
@mojiody--Just FYI: The 'Tea Party' is not a separate (third) political party. Rather, it is a movement among members of the more conservative elements of both parties, as well as many non-partisan folks who favor a constitutional government that is smaller--in the sense that it doesn't appear to be …
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