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News of the Weird 12/26/15

News of the Weird 12/26/15

By Chuck Shepherd One-man Arsenal According to the flabbergasted sheriff of rural Chesterfield County, South Carolina, "This has completely changed our definition of (what constitutes) an [...]

News of the Weird 12/17/15

News of the Weird 12/17/15

By Chuck Shepherd Are We Safe? As if 2015 weren't bad enough for the Department of Homeland Security (e.g., in June, internal DHS tests revealed that its Transportation Security Administration [...]

News of the Weird 12/3/15

News of the Weird 12/3/15

By Chuck Shepherd Wait, What? After certain takeoffs and landings were delayed on Nov. 7 at Paris' Orly airport (several days before the terrorist attacks), a back trace on the problem forced the [...]

News of the Weird 11/27/15

News of the Weird 11/27/15

By Chuck Shepherd It's Snot Hygienic The manager of the agency in Louisville, Kentucky, responsible for, among other things, development planning, zoning changes and historic landmarks revealed in [...]

News of the Weird 11/19/15

News of the Weird 11/19/15

By Chuck Shepherd The Patient Will See You Now Professional patients now help train would-be doctors, especially in the most delicate and dreaded of exams (gynecological and prostate), where a [...]

News of the Weird 11/12/15

News of the Weird 11/12/15

By Chuck Shepherd Barnyard Theater He Missed "Judgment" Class in Basic Training Fort Bragg, North Carolina, declared an emergency on Oct. 30 when one of its soldiers had the bright idea to arrive [...]

News of the Weird 11/5/15

News of the Weird 11/5/15

By Chuck Shepherd Annals of Justice A 2015 decision of the Georgia Supreme Court has created a puzzle for drunk driver enforcement. In Georgia (and other states), blood alcohol tests are [...]

News of the Weird 10/29/15

News of the Weird 10/29/15

By Chuck Shepherd Is It Really a "Problem" If 99 Percent Wish They Had It? Among those struggling with psychological issues in modern America are the rich "one-percenters" (especially the [...]

News of the Weird 10/22/15

News of the Weird 10/22/15

By Chuck Shepherd Doing Time Right In October, a Harvard University debate team (three-time recent champions of the American Parliamentary Debate Association) lost a match to a team of prisoners [...]

News of the Weird 10/15/15

News of the Weird 10/15/15

By Chuck Shepherd Bright Ideas Unapparent Problem, Solved: Vladimir Laurent (an insurance executive in Coral Springs, Florida) received his U.S. patent on Sept. 29 and can proceed mass-producing [...]

News of the Weird 10/8/15

News of the Weird 10/8/15

By Chuck Shepherd Protecting Our Freedoms The bold, shameless leering of David Zaitzeff is legendary around Seattle's parks, and more so since he filed a civil complaint against the city in [...]

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