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Man’s Flatulence Forces Plane to Make Emergency Landing

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Man’s Flatulence Forces Plane to Make Emergency Landing:  A Transavia flight from Dubai to Amsterdam was forced to make an emergency landing in Vienna after two Dutch passengers picked a fight with another passenger – who wouldn’t stop breaking wind … Continue reading

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Trump EPA Chief Has Unusual Waiver to Fly in First Class

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Trump EPA Chief Has Unusual Waiver to Fly in First Class:  The Environmental Protection Agency is refusing to release the written waiver that allows Administrator Scott Pruitt to fly regularly in first or business class for security reasons – a … Continue reading

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Laura Ingraham Thinks Athletes Should Shut Up and Dribble

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Laura Ingraham Thinks Athletes Should Shut Up and Dribble:  Fox News host Laura Ingraham is being accused of racism after she replied to NBA star LeBron James’ statement that “Donald Trump doesn’t “give a f**k about the people” by saying … Continue reading

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US Education Secretary Says Schools Have Option to Arm Teachers

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US Education Secretary Says Schools Have Option to Arm Teachers:  In response to the recent Florida high school shooting, US Education Secretary Betsy DeVos told reporters that “schools do have the option of arming teachers.”   Interesting idea, especially when … Continue reading

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Trump Proposes Cutting 248 Meteorologists from Tornado Alley

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Trump Proposes Cutting 248 Meteorologists from Tornado Alley:  President Trump is proposing gutting the National Weather Service in an area of the country that depends on forecasters and meteorologists to protect them from extreme weather events such as tornados.  On … Continue reading

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