Humor
Idiots teach kids how to vandalize nature E-mail
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Glenn Taylor he’s the guy that pushed over the ancient and magnificent rock formation in Utah  while Dave Hall filmed. Another guy, Dylan Taylor says he and Hall are leaders for a local troop of the Boy Scouts of America. Hall added that the men also were acting as Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints youth leaders. In the video, posted on Facebook, Taylor wrecks a world famous natural wonder and then the guys high-five each other and brag about their sheep-doggedness.

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Guns o.k. for cops at Starbucks E-mail
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From the CEO of Starbucks: "Our company's longstanding approach to 'open carry' has been to follow local laws: we permit it in states where allowed and we prohibit it in states where these laws don't exist. We have chosen this approach because we believe our store partners should not be put in the uncomfortable position of requiring customers to disarm or leave our stores. We believe that gun policy should be addressed by government and law enforcement — not by Starbucks and our store partners.

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Infotainment or extortion? E-mail
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If Americans can make a buck they will no matter how odd the business seems. And mug shots of the famous have been bringing in big bucks for years. The newest mug shot start-ups - Mugshots, BustedMugshots and JustMugshots - make their money (from $30 to $400, or even higher) by posting mug shots and information about the arrest and then charging to take the picture down.

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Credit unions under attack E-mail
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U.S. credit unions provide low-cost financial services to 93.8 million members – including teachers, cops, and firefighters - nationwide. There's $2.6 trillion in state pension money under management in America right now. More than $1 trillion of those assets are held by credit unions. Now the banks that brought us the 2008 crash want it.

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Starbucks CEO, unlike NFL "gets it" E-mail
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From the boss-man: "Our company's longstanding approach to 'open carry' has been to follow local laws: we permit it in states where allowed and we prohibit it in states where these laws don't exist. We have chosen this approach because we believe our store partners should not be put in the uncomfortable position of requiring customers to disarm or leave our stores. We believe that gun policy should be addressed by government and law enforcement — not by Starbucks and our store partners.

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