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UPS system overload delays Christmas Eve deliveries
Tue Dec 24, 2013
Gee, it seems Christmas slipped up on a few people. And those who just got the opportunity to buy their kid "something special" that didn't get delivered on time, what if the product hadn't finally been available on December 23? Grow up, and let your kid grow up, too. Sometimes things don't turn out …
Millions of Target customers' credit, debit card accounts may be hit by data breach
Thu Dec 19, 2013
Credit cards give 1% cash back rewards? Might be a good deal if you don't overcharge and then can't pay the entire bill off every month ... Then again, ever think that if you don't buy it in the first place -- and almost every one of us has the raging "gotta have it!" gene -- you'd s …
45 years after she gave up son, woman learns he died in Lockerbie bombing
Sun Dec 15, 2013
Those of you who pillory women who gave their children up for adoption are probably in you twenties, thirties, maybe even forties. You have no idea the difficulties most unmarried women in the 1960s, and by extension, their children, would have faced, had they not given them up for adoption. Only on …
New Mexico police officer suspended after shooting at minivan full of kids
Thu Dec 5, 2013
If Rodney's trying to emulate a dialect, it should be "chirrenses". The rest of it, I don't have a clue, and probably neither does he. Even redneck hillbillies (of which I suppose I'm one) don't talk like that.
Rare glimpse of Victorian London's working class captured by street photographer
Thu Nov 7, 2013
Maddog, we're looking at photos of Londoners who had/have to try to keep their hair/head dry more often than most of us. That said, I wonder what the women did. Pull their shawls up, I suppose.
Families brace as billions in food stamp cuts set in
Fri Nov 1, 2013
In general, Mary, I agree with you. I can easily eat well on less than $20 a week. The difference is that my household is established. I don't have to buy staples like flour, meal, sugar, dry milk, cereal (and on and on and on) every week. I also have no children devouring everything in the fr …
Outcry over student's punishment for helping drunk friend
Wed Oct 16, 2013
Considering the circumstances, I'd say she could have been kicked off the team if she had come home while her parents were having a dinner party including alcoholic beverages and the police were called by a neighbor, maybe because his driveway was blocked. I'm not equating an adu …
Hillary Clinton given parking ticket while collecting diplomacy award in London
Wed Oct 16, 2013
Oh, come on ... use some sense, people. It's highly unlikely she was driving herself. Have you ever experienced London traffic? Either a secret service person was or a limo driver, or maybe someone from the embassy in a non-diplomatic car. They goofed. So what? It's a parking ticket. If you live or …
Dozens dead in India temple stampede
Sun Oct 13, 2013
Ignorant people trying to run over other people? Never happen here, right? Oh, wait ... I forgot idiot bargain hunting Christmas shoppers trying to get into a Walmart one Thanksgiving night.
Costco recalls 40,000 pounds of rotisserie chicken for salmonella risk
Sat Oct 12, 2013
In reply to: awks #2.10No, work on your spelling instead of saying "I (we, he) caaan't spell." BTW, "caaan't" was intentional.
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