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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 [...]

News of the Weird 10/1/15

News of the Weird 10/1/15

By Chuck Shepherd Priorities PlayStations and Xboxes, However, State-of-the-Art: A New York University Center for Justice study released in September warned that, unless major upgrades are made [...]

News of the Weird 9/24/15

News of the Weird 9/24/15

By Chuck Shepherd From Cuba, With Love One of the remaining 116 Guantanamo Bay prisoners (a man suspected of having been close to Osama bin Laden) has a dating profile on Match.com captioned [...]

News of the Weird 9/17/15

News of the Weird 9/17/15

By Chuck Shepherd Your English Teacher Was Right In September, Tennessee Attorney General Herbert Slatery concluded that records of an investigation need not be released to the Memphis City [...]

News of the Weird 9/10/15

News of the Weird 9/10/15

By Chuck Shepherd A Paper Drone The Federal Aviation Administration recently granted (likely for the first time ever) an application to fly a paper airplane. Prominent drone advocate Peter Sachs [...]

News of the Weird 9/3/15

News of the Weird 9/3/15

By Chuck Shepherd Pope Mania Muslim clerics complain of the commercialization of the holy city of Mecca during the annual hajj pilgrimages, but for Pope Francis' visits to New York, Washington, [...]

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