I don’t get pulled over often at all despite the occasional deserving of it but reading How to Reduce the Odds of Being Ticketed During a Traffic Stop tells me I’ve been doing it right all these years. Largely, I suspect, of my close working relationship with LEO’s a couple decades back…. Experienced driver or […]
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I guess this is just what you get as an agency when you’re staffing from the Occupy movement.
OK so this woman is accusing Amazon of cheating Prime customers by “encouraging” them to pack shipping charges onto the item price so they can list shipping as free. First, apparently the nanny state should protect us from our own lack of caveat emptor. Second, she must have only recently jumped off the turnip truck […]
If you want to know why people go postal this is a great example.
RIP Mikhail Kalashnikov at 94.
I seriously hope this is satire or a really bad joke. Bailing out a company technology made obsolete is something pols would do assuming the CEO is of the same political stripe… therefore I’ll file it under Liberal Madness just in case.
The initial report was that the student was bitten in face by pitbulls then animal control says, no those were Rottweilers so they change the headline from Pit Bulls to dogs… All guns are AR15’s – all dogs that bite someone are Pit Bulls – unless they’re not then they’re just “dogs”…. This is why […]
Tom Clancy’s original works are still among my favorite reads. Red October, Red Storm Rising, Cardinal of the Kremlin and Without Remorse being my favorites and Clear and Present Danger being probably my least favorite. Today ‘The Hunt for Red October’ author Tom Clancy dies at age 66.
These aren’t “bikers” they’re hoodlums. This is NYC, most other parts of the country such behavior would have resulted in one or more cases of justifiable homicide by the driver of the SUV. Multiple coverage, second article covers more info about the driver’s 911 call during the whole ordeal. SEE IT: Pack of motorcyclists chase […]
I’d wager a lot of college graduates would struggle with What 8th-Graders Were Expected to Know in 1910.