As I am checking my Facebook last night I noticed one of my FB friends had posted this video. It is one of those videos that make you think, "are you kidding me?" So apparently there is an easy way for would be thieves to get into your house and it is called a bump key. Guess what? It is easily obtainable through the internet.
A 17-year old student in Livingston, Texas was in a hurry one school morning while packing his lunch. At the time he didn't realize he had packed a beer into his lunch instead of a soda. So when he realized his mistake he handed the beer to his teacher and told her what happened. Even though he made the teacher aware of his mistake he was still suspended for 3 days and put in alternative school for 2 months.
An elderly woman visited her local Burger King in Richmond, VA for a meal with her daughter-in-law and was offended by something that was on her receipt. Her feelings were so hurt by the profane name on the receipt she went back and confronted the store manager.
Thieves don't care if it is cold outside. Heck the cold weather is probably gold for them. Its cold outside and people are not being as cautious. A series of car burglaries have been happening in South Amarillo.
The internet is something that most of us could not live without in today's world. Our kids will never know a world without the internet. It is as much a part of our lives as eating. Most of us could not do our jobs without the internet. So it is fun to look back and see what the world thought about the internet over 30 years ago.
Over the last few years many stories have popped up everywhere about people and life support. Terry Schiavo is the first name that comes to mind and one of the first huge battles when it comes to keeping someone alive or allowing them to pass. That is where the rush for the Living Wills comes in, or at least making your wishes known to your loved ones. However, how does that work when a person is being kept on life support to keep a baby alive in the womb? Against their wishes?
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