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Charges filed in toppling of ancient Utah rock formation
Fri Jan 31, 2014
First, if one or two guys could topple it, it was probably going to topple soon (tens or hundreds of years) on its own due to natural erosion (wind and water), natural geological activity (even tiny earthquakes), and weather (freeze thaw cycles). So, folks 10,000 years from now (if humans are still …
'Doing great': Girl, 16, who survived 3,500-foot skydiving fall leaves ICU
Tue Jan 28, 2014
In reply to: IngVer #1.10 In my mind, no reputable owner would place a 16 year old girl on a static jump with limited training. As far as we know, she arrived at the center and jumped on the same day; this does not permit enough training for a single jump. A bit over a half day or so of training was …
Holder: Clemency for Snowden 'too far,' but open to resolution
Thu Jan 23, 2014
It seems to me that if a President felt it necessary to apologize to the American public for techniques its security agencies have been subjecting citizens to and promised changes because a whistle-blower revealed these techniques, the whistle-blower should be granted amnesty for revealing that info …
Feds pull Google Glass user from theater for suspected piracy
Tue Jan 21, 2014
The good news is we now know one more Federal agency that's way overfunded (well, we already knew that, but now we have unassailable proof). The next Federal budget should fix this.
Obama: Pot not 'more dangerous' than alcohol
Sun Jan 19, 2014
"I would not let my son play pro football,"
Dennis Rodman enters rehab after alcohol-fueled meltdown in North Korea
Sat Jan 18, 2014
The pressure that was put on him to be a combination 'super human' political figure and 'fixer' got the better of him. Wait, who put pressure on him to be an attention seeking idiot? Oh, that's right, he was seeking publicity and he couldn't behave in public. No sympathy here.
Japanese WWII soldier who refused to surrender for 29 years dies
Fri Jan 17, 2014
Tom111@2.7 - Even better, the U.S. could have surrendered at Perl Harbor, imagine how many more lives that would have saved. Even better, the U.S. should have offered to surrender to Hitler before the war even started - imagine how many lives that would have saved in Europe since the U.K., France et …
Husband of brain-dead, pregnant woman suing to remove life support
Tue Jan 14, 2014
This seems like a fairly open and shut case if the only thing justifying keeping the wife's body on "life support" is the portion of the law quoted in the article: A person may not withdraw or withhold life-sustaining treatment under this subchapter from a pregnant patient.
Woman dies in Michigan as Iran family weeps while watching over Internet
Wed Jan 1, 2014
Or, perhaps, sent to North Korea to be executed "The North Korean Way".
Target confirms encrypted PINs stolen in data breach
Fri Dec 27, 2013
Perhaps the attackers were able to insert code or the equivalent (which seems likely based on some of the hints that have been dropped by anonymous sources). Maybe the encrypted PINs were never stored by the original code, but the new code/exploit stored them for later retrieval or forwarded them to …
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