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On April 3rd, 22-year old Colorado student Alexander Heit had been texting a friend while he was driving and drifted into oncoming traffic. He ended up rolling his car over and off the road. Heit's parents have just released the text message he was typing right before the accident that claimed his young life.
It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to understand that being a telemarketer isn’t the best job ever. Often you are interrupting people at bad times, offering them things they don’t want, encouraged to be pushy and then get hung up on pretty much all the time. This comes with the job. Which means, you shouldn’t threaten to bomb their homes when it happens. Unless they’ve changed how it’s done.
Those wildfires in Colorado don’t show much sign of abating. In fact, more than 32,000 residents in or near Colorado Springs, the state’s second-largest city, were ordered to evacuate after the Waldo Canyon Fire doubled in size Tuesday night.
An 8-year old was pepper sprayed by police on February 22nd at Glennon Heights Elementary in Lakewood, Colorado. The boy had been spitting and cursing at teachers, and the boy allegedly tried to stab the officers with a piece of wood. Police had been called to the school to deal with this boy previously.