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Flip the switch to the "on" position. Watch the roaches scatter. Lather. Rinse. Repeat.

Sen. Bill Cassidy had to know he was facing a tough crowd when they tried to shout down the invocation. "Amen!" one man hollered just moments after Louisiana State Chaplain Michael Sprague began his prayer. "Let's get on with it."...

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Headline: Hackers can steal your information simply by analyzing the LED lights on your computer Sure they can. And what's their take on the Easter Bunny? Man, just when you think they can't get any dumber, they publish something like...

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Three of the eight states that allow the drug to be used for recreational purposes – Washington, Oregon and Nevada – share boundaries with Idaho, prompting GOP Gov. Butch Otter to complain last month that the state had become a...

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Commissioner Amanda Fritz says she will close her office next week to take her six staff members to a retreat in Arizona to learn about diversity at a cost of roughly $40,000. The trip is sure to be Green&Sustainable™. Riight....

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$450 million is about what it costs to build a mile of his "high-speed rail". “There is real work to be done,” Brown told reporters at the Capitol, calling the proposed allotments “basic government needs.” “We got to belly up...

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CBC News had DNA tests run on chicken sandwiches from half a dozen fast-food chains. None were expected to achieve a full 100% score, due to the various seasonings used on the grilled product, but most came very close -...

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After all, staff and volunteers are required to undergo annual TB tests. Do you suppose that this might have something to do with it? Those people aren't medically screened for TB or anything else - they just pay $120 ,...

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Hundreds of scientists told President Trump on Thursday to leave a United Nations climate agreement, arguing that carbon dioxide was "environmentally helpful" and not a "pollutant." About that "scientific consensus".... In a related note, G sends a link to a...

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Thus far, she's had 16 kids by three different men. Somebody needs to pay! "Somebody needs ta be held accountable, and they need ta pay." Just not her. Yes, our favorite Floridian was back in court, demanding more: For everything...

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Sabo, an artist who has made a name for himself with real-looking movie posters that skewer liberalism, plastered his latest creations all over Hollywood and Highland, a stone's throw from where celebrities will be walking the red carpet. I've often...

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Results conclude that staff morale is low, especially among temporary employees, and attendance has been flat over the past decade. Actually, attendance has declined somewhat over time. Zoo executive director Don Moore said in his written response to the audit...

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The next round of trial for participants in the Great Branch Dildonian Occupation of Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Oregon seems off to a good start, as federal prosecutors seem better prepared - perhaps having learned something after the first...

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September 1970. Joplin, Brookline, and Springfield, Missouri. The driver was John A. Galt, an Oklahoma City man who had crossed a Teamsters picket line during a strike against Tri-State Motors of Joplin. Bobby Lee Shuler, a striking union truck driver...

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Having managed to get rid of long-time staff and replacing them with young folks, Metro Oregon Zoo has no institutional memory to draw upon. So they don't know what works and what doesn't, but they'll just try to wing it....

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Redefining stupidity: the mission of the Animal "Rights" crowd. A live cam trained on a pregnant giraffe at a New York animal center was taken offline by YouTube, but after an appeal, the stream is once again up and running,...

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In Orange County, California, dozens of immigrant parents have signed legal documents authorizing friends and relatives to pick up their children from school and access their bank accounts to pay their bills in the event they are arrested by immigration...

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The latest target of Kim Jong's ire is the sole ally the country has: China. The Korean Central News Agency didn't call the country out by name, but it didn't need to. As mentioned here previously, China is not accepting...

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About that Jewish cemetery near St. Louis that was desecrated the other day: In just over 24 hours, an online fundraiser encouraging Muslims to donate to repair vandalism at a Jewish cemetery has raised over $100,000. El-Messidi, whose Philadelphia-based organization...

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A billboard along a North Carolina Interstate has a number of women riled up: So they're going to protest. “We are not protesting the right to have a billboard or express a message on it,” she said. “This is only...

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Having solved all other problems, a group of women in Ft. Collins, Colorado sued the city in federal court for their right to go bare-breasted in public. They won. If you need me, I'll be in Ft. Collins....

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Interesting. So this seems to be going around. I ran across this today, though it's been a few weeks since I visited Grouchy Old Cripple's place. Apparently, it's gone down. Then I found this note: On Feb. 13th I received...

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Say, about that whole Parting of the Red Sea thing: Um...Egypt's Antiquities Ministry announced that a team of underwater archaeologists had discovered that remains of a large Egyptian army from the 14th century BC, at the bottom of the Gulf...

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An overwhelming majority of Americans believe that cities that arrest illegal immigrants for crimes should be required to turn them over to federal authorities. The poll shows that President Trump has broad public support in his effort to crack down...

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Don't know about you, but I'm not a big fan. They take too long and they're still subject to shimming, which is like skimming, but sneakier. The only real plus to them is that the chip makes it harder for...

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Andy Warhol died after what was at the time characterized as a routine surgery, but as it happened, it was anything but: Dr. John Ryan, a medical historian and retired surgeon, has recast the story line. “This was major, major...

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A 38-year-old woman was arrested for allegedly stabbing two people outside the Central Library in downtown Portland on Sunday, Portland police said. She and her wife got into a fight with another couple for some reason; the man and woman...

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It seems that every 200 years, California gets flooded. massive floods have swept through the state about every 200 years for the past 2,000 years or more, climate scientists Michael Dettinger and Lynn Ingram recount in a 2013 article. The...

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New York City: The Port Authority has its own police department, and included in that are Suicide Squad members, whose job involves preventing people from jumping off the George Washington Bridge. I was unaware of this, but since 2014 they've...

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Popeye's gonna have a hard time with this. Italy’s Carabinieri arrested 33 suspects in the Calabrian mafia’s Piromalli clan, a criminal enterprise whose illicit dealings allegedly include exporting fake extra virgin olive oil to the United States. According to investigators,...

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