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  • Rodgers left no suicide note

    01/19/2006 5:19:45 AM PST · by Graybeard58 · 49 replies · 1,358+ views
    Flagstaff Arizona Sun ^ | January 18, 2006 | Larry Hendricks
    His last hours in the Coconino County Jail were taken up with writing letters to friends. Then, he put his last will and testament, written in jail a week earlier, into a manila envelope and scribbled a note to have it delivered to his attorney. The next day, Dec. 22, 2005, Prescott resident William C. Rodgers, 40, was found dead in his cell, suffocated with plastic bags. Investigators are convinced the death was a suicide. Why did he do it? He appears to have left no clue. Coconino County Sheriff's Office detectives seized Rodgers' letters and will for the investigation....
  • Click on a former candidate's Web site. You never know what you'll find, from Pokemon to hooking up.

    10/28/2004 7:51:17 AM PDT · by SmithL · 1 replies · 251+ views
    San Francisco Chronicle ^ | 10/28/4 | Peter Hartlaub
    George W. Bush and John Kerry's Web sites may be among the most traveled destinations in cyberspace now, but in a few months, they could be just another place to shop for sex toys, download movies and get a law degree online. That's the fate of conservative firebrand Pat Buchanan's 2000 presidential campaign Web site,, which has been taken over by a company that, among other things, helps its customers hook up with "swingers looking for sex in your area." When politicians and Internet domain names meet, strange things happen, particularly after the campaigns are over. Click on Elizabeth...
  • Why the Trash You Sort Isn't Getting Recycled

    12/29/2003 10:07:20 AM PST · by stylin_geek · 106 replies · 715+ views ^ | December 29, 2003 | Dennis T. Avery
    My neighbors are unhappy to learn that the trash they’ve carefully sorted for years into brown bottles, green bottles, cans, and paper is being dumped back into one pile at the local landfill. Except for aluminum cans, no one wants the sorted trash items. Is this bad for the environment? Probably not. I checked with Dr. Daniel Benjamin of Clemson University (and the PERC Center for Free Market Environmentalism) and he says: First, don’t worry that the trash going into our landfills will take over too much of the land area. People today are actually throwing away less trash (in...