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50 years of progress cuts smoking rates in half — but can we ever get to zero?
Fri Jan 10, 2014
Why does the smoker's rights stop simply when you enter the picture? They have as much right as you do and should continue to. The correct answer is to not encroach upon that individual if you wish to continue to breathe "clean air". Otherwise, STFU and move along as fast as you can. It's as ba …
Thousands support special needs employee berated by customer
Tue Nov 12, 2013
In reply to: Rieko #11 I don't care what is going in on in my life. If I'm dealing with someone, I will never take out my frustrations on that person. When my father was dying, I wasn't taking out my anger on the nurses caring for him or the cashier that rang up my coffee on that particular mor …
Arizona mom convicted of killing 4-year-old son goes free after 24 years, pending retrial
Fri Sep 6, 2013
I've read the case and the history of the arresting and investigating officer, Armando Saldate Jr. He's a bad cop with a long history of manipulating evidence.
Teen slices off own head with toy helicopter
Thu Sep 5, 2013
FCC requirements force the transmitter and the receiver to accept interference. There could be absolutely anything electrical that can cause or create interference. That's why they have 12+ channels and usually have autoswitching capabilities. The odds of jamming every frequency is pretty much zero. …
Hedge fund founder arrested in prostitution sting
Wed Sep 4, 2013
Prostitutes are cheaper and more loyal.
UK soldiers suspected of beating NYC cop outside bar
Mon Sep 2, 2013
The officer just got a lesson in don't mess with a soldier or his comrades. I can pretty much imagine exactly how this went down. The officer, tanked, started mouthing off about the soldiers in their kilts trying show his buddies in the bar how big his penis is. The soldiers then started running the …
Republicans vote to bar CNN, NBC News from partnering in '16 debates
Fri Aug 16, 2013
Someone dig up Tim Russert. We need a decent moderator for these debates. I think his corpse would do a better job than what we got the last time. I've seen non-political debates that were moderated by Steven Fry and Ben Stein that were well done from the moderator's perspective. But I have seen a B …
Wal-Mart drop in sales reveals a tale of two consumers
Fri Aug 16, 2013
The real problem is the one he didn't mention. The average non-union US worker hasn't received a dollar amount raise in 3 decades despite tremendous increases in inflation. The wealthiest in the country have gotten hundreds to thousands of percentage points in pay increases, but no one else has.
Baby can't be named 'Messiah,' judge rules
Mon Aug 12, 2013
He's not the Messiah, he's a very naughty boy.
Long-lost Orson Welles film found in Italy
Sat Aug 10, 2013
Wait, this is a film about a man seeking his wife's lover where the husband only has the the top half of a photograph and hilarity ensues is representative of the "good old days?" This sounds like a lot of sinning is going on. I would say this film ripped on people just like you who always talked ab …
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