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Life Is Too Long Wednesday, March 26
Among the websites whose stunning visual sophistication lies in stark contrast to their marginal importance in the world is "Carpets for Airports," apparently still the go-to site for viewing and judging worldwide air terminal floor coverings. …
Florida Selfies Wednesday, March 26
Spencer Toner, 79, was arrested for indecent exposure in a McDonald's parking lot in January in Bonita Springs, after a complainant said Toner was watching pornography on a laptop computer and masturbating (a downside of McDonald's early-on, …
Prison Blues Wednesday, February 26
Norway's prison system is among the most inmate-friendly on earth, but convicted mass murderer Anders Breivik is still not impressed. Breivik, serving 21 years for the 2011 bomb-and-gun attacks that killed 77 people, may already enjoy amenities …
The Continuing Crisis Wednesday, February 26
Following alarming reports, the Ohio attorney general's office began working with the Ohio Veterinary Medical Association in December to be vigilant for pet owners who might be commandeering their dogs' and cats' pain killers — for their own use. …
Bet Me Wednesday, February 26
The Super Bowl may be the holy grail for Las Vegas sports gambling, but outside the United States, horse-racing, soccer and, surprisingly, pro tennis dominate. Tennis provides bettors with 19,000 matches a year (compared to 1,200 NBA games, 2,400 …
Grrrrr! Wednesday, February 26
In Chedzoy, England, in January, border collie spaniel Luce was "re-homed" after Royston Grimstead, 42, learned she'd chewed completely through a wheel arch on his $120,000 Aston Martin. Said Grimstead, 
"[S]he had this guilty look on her face." …
Toeing the Line Wednesday, February 26
When a brand-new, exhaustively itemized medical coding system debuts in October (planned long before "Obamacare," by the way), doctors will find, for example, dozens of separate numbers to describe issues with a patient's big toe (left one, right …
Close Enough for Government Work Wednesday, February 26
Clare Lally, weary of her three-flight front walk, demanded a wheelchair ramp on her government-subsidized house in Duntocher, England, for her daughter, 7, who's suffered from bulbar palsy since birth, and the West Dunbartonshire Council came …
Higher-Intellect Confrontations Wednesday, February 26
Following an evening of heavy drinking, according to police in Russia's Sverdlovsk region in January, a former schoolteacher, 52, was charged with fatally stabbing his host, 67, during a dispute over whether poetry or prose is the more important …
Smooth Reactions Wednesday, February 26
One Russian man shot another (nonfatally, with rubber bullets) in the town of Rostov-on-Don in September in an argument over theories of German philosopher Immanuel Kant. And Nadja Svenson, 22, was charged on Christmas Eve in Londonderry, N.H. (a …
 
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