Monday | September 1, 2014
NFL Reduces League Tolerance Of Bullying By Over 17%
The league points out that all efforts have focused on the tolerance of bullying, and not the actual bullying itself, which will be another futile effort entirely.
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Cities Unsure How To Handle Public Service Graffiti
Officials are surprised today's youth can stop texting long enough to spray paint anything.
Target: 'Dead Baby Giveaway' A Typo
The ad outraged deceased infant advocacy groups who threatened to shop at Kohl's instead.
ALS Association Holds Fundraiser For Sno-Cone Makers Union
A massive shortage of ice is wreaking havoc on many ice-centric businesses and industries.
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Scabies Named Comeback Affliction Of The Year
Scabies scooted past Chlamydia to grab the coveted top spot in this year's disease poll.
Five Below Buys Family Dollar, Creates New Store 'Two Fiddy'
Company managers celebrated the deal with burgers from Five Guys and a trip to Six Flags.
Walmart To Offer Bail Bonds, Paternity Testing
Walmart says they hope to provide a complete shopping experience for the discerning deadbeat.
Obama Deploys Drones, Beavers To Protect Iraqi Dam
If this works out, Obama said he'll utilize arctic foxes due to their untapped potential.
Cellphone Camera Concert Pictures Win Pulitzer Nod
Critics say there is no denying the haunting beauty of the blurry headache-inducing pics.
Teens Choose Alcohol, Unprotected Sex In New 'Choice Awards'
Some parents expressed surprise at the results, saying their teens only make good choices.
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