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  • ‘Gun shop’ wasn’t only thing fake in CeaseFire ‘social experiment’ PSA

    05/27/2015 8:58:20 AM PDT · by Nachum · 7 replies
    Examiner ^ | 5/27/15 | David Codrea
    Per my report published Friday at The Shooter’s Log, actors were used to portray customers in a fake gun shop “public service announcement” produced by States United Against Gun Violence. That information comes from the New York City Mayor's Office of Media in its response to a Freedom of Information Law (FOIL) request submitted in March. Additionally, all replica firearms used were evidently “authorized” without official documentation to ensure legality and inventory accountability. Except, per the NYC permit, the "gun buyers" were actors... States United to Prevent Gun Violence-You Tube video screen shot “Actors are interviewed on camera in a...
  • Florida cops storm barber shop to inspect licenses and sanitation

    02/15/2015 10:03:28 PM PST · by Jack Hydrazine · 60 replies
    PoliceStateUSA.com ^ | 17SEP2014 | Staff Writer
    ORLANDO, FL — Deputies and state regulators aggressively raided Orlando-area barbershops, roughing up innocent staff and handcuffing them on the floor in an effort to check if the barbers had acquired government permission to legally cut hair. A series of these raids has recently come to light, one of which is making its way through the litigation process in the federal court system. This was the raid of the Strictly Skills barbershop in Pine Hills, Florida, in which government agents warrantlessly stormed in the establishment with as many as 25 customers and 6 staff members present.
  • Mango the Supermarket Cat

    01/16/2015 4:19:14 PM PST · by Perdogg · 50 replies
    Mango the cat who made a local supermarket his second home four years ago, has now many fans and admirers. He came to a Tesco store in Tiverton, Devon one day and decided to make it his second home.
  • Obama Cancels 'You Can Keep Your Plan' Promise: 'Just Shop Around'

    10/30/2013 6:04:30 PM PDT · by Nachum · 34 replies
    breitbart ^ | 10/30/13 | Joel B. Pollak
    In a speech at Boston's Faneuil Hall on Wednesday afternoon, President Barack Obama discarded his now-infamous broken promise: "If you like your health insurance, you can keep your health insurance." Instead, he offered a new promise: "You will be getting a better deal," the president told health insurance consumers. He blamed insurance companies, not Obamacare, for the canceled policies: Now, if you had one of these substandard plans before the Affordable Care Act became law, and you really like that plan, you were able to keep it. That's what I said when I was running for office. That was part...
  • Consumer Sentiment Slips in Early June

    06/14/2013 8:43:03 AM PDT · by mykroar
    FoxBusiness.com ^ | 6/14/2013 | Reuters
    U.S. consumer sentiment retreated this month after reaching its highest in nearly six years in May, a survey released on Friday showed, as household optimism about employment and housing faded slightly. The Thomson Reuters/University of Michigan's preliminary reading on the overall index on consumer sentiment fell to 82.7 in June, below a near six-year high of 84.5 in May. Economists polled by Reuters had expected it to hold at 84.5 this month. June's reading, however, was the second highest in the last eight months, suggesting Americans were far from gloomy about their long-term prospects. While the barometer of current economic...
  • Charity shop smashed as hundreds 'celebrated' death of Margaret Thatcher

    04/09/2013 6:57:55 AM PDT · by Lonely Bull · 21 replies
    The Telegraph ^ | 09 Apr 2013 | Hayley Dixon
    A Barnado’s charity shop has been forced to close after the front was smashed during a party celebrating the death of Baroness Thatcher. A gaping hole was left in the window of the store in Brixton, south London, where around 150 people gathered for a street party following the news that Lady Thatcher had died of a stroke. Similar celebrations in Bristol left six police officers injured after an anti-Thatcher crowd turned violent and began throwing missiles at police.
  • New Small Business Health Insurance Program Put on Hold

    04/08/2013 1:42:17 PM PDT · by haffast · 2 replies
    AllGov ^ | Monday, April 08, 2013 | Matt Bewig
    Under pressure from large health insurance companies, the Obama administration last week announced it would delay implementation of a key aspect of its signature health reform law that will provide affordable health insurance to small businesses and their employees. Although the federal and some state governments must still set up Small Business Health Options Program (SHOP) exchanges to allow small business employees access to lower rates, the SHOP exchanges will not be required to offer a choice of plans to individual employees by January 1, 2014, as the Affordable Care Act (ACA) had contemplated. That mandate will be pushed back...
  • Florida teen's hair ripped out by machine in wood shop class

    09/15/2012 4:29:54 PM PDT · by Washi · 43 replies
    Fox News ^ | Sept. 15, 2012 | FoxNews
    A Florida school district is investigating whether a teacher violated safety procedures after a student's hair was ripped out by a wood shop machine, MyFoxOrlando.com reported. Deltona High School senior Kayla Carrera, 17, was in wood shop class when her long brown hair got stuck in a drill press machine.
  • Another Second Amendment Lawsuit Filed In California

    06/27/2012 5:54:27 AM PDT · by marktwain · 6 replies
    No Lawyers - Only Guns and Money ^ | 26 June, 2012 | John Richardson
    The Second Amendment Foundation, the CalGuns Foundation, and the California Association of Federal Firearms Licensees have filed suit in US District Court against Alameda County, California due to the county's use of a zoning law to present a gun shop from opening. They are joined in the suit by John Teixeira, Steve Nobriga and Gary Gamaza who had attempted to open a gun shop there. The County of Alameda requires that all gun shops be 500 feet away from the nearest residence, liquor store, or school. The location chosen by the businessmen above had met that standard until the county...
  • Video: Occupiers Kicked Out of Iowa Coffee Shop – Told Never to Come Back

    12/30/2011 12:00:41 PM PST · by Nachum · 23 replies
    Moon bat tracker ^ | 12/30/11 | NiceDeb
    This Iowa Coffee Shop owner doesn’t mess around. When Occupy Iowa goons invaded her shop, Java Joes, Friday morning, they were given the boot immediately. Via The Morning Spew, Chris Moody of Yahoo News reports:
  • Birmingham man sentenced to three years for terrorism offences [UK]

    12/13/2011 10:14:42 PM PST · by Cindy · 6 replies
    WEST MIDLANDS POLICE - UK ^ | December 12, 2011; Updated December 13, 2011 | n/a
    NOTE The following text is a quote: www.west-midlands.police.uk/latest-news/press-release.asp?id=2915 Birmingham man sentenced to three years for terrorism offences 12 December 2011 Updated: 13 December 2011 A bookshop owner from Birmingham has been sentenced to three years in prison for possessing and distributing terrorist publications, following a nine-week trial at Kingston Crown Court. A jury yesterday (Monday 12) found the 32-year-old Ahmed Faraz guilty of seven counts of dissemination of terrorist publications and four counts of possession of information likely to be of use to a person committing or preparing for an act of terrorism. Seven other similar charges will lie on...
  • St. Louis man charged in shooting of home repair business owner(MO)

    03/21/2011 6:49:03 PM PDT · by marktwain · 12 replies
    sltoday,com ^ | 21 March, 2011 | VALERIE SCHREMP HAHN
    A south St. Louis man was charged today in the shooting death of the operator of a home repair business on Friday. James Blakey, 36, of the 3100 block of Ivanhoe Avenue, was charged with voluntary manslaughter, armed criminal action, and unlawful possession of a firearm in the death of Robert Hartzell Sr., 74, of the 6600 block of Sutherland Avenue. The business was located in the same block as Blakey's apartment, and Hartzell was shot in the neck as he attempted to pull away. The incident happened at about 6 p.m. Police said Hartzel had a dispute with another...
  • Vanity question - What is Linkshare?

    11/26/2010 9:25:03 AM PST · by getmeouttaPalmBeachCounty_FL · 10 replies
    LINKSHARE™ Corporation E-mail | Nov. 26, 2010 | Linkshare Corporation
    LINKSHARE™ is presently recruiting a "limited" number of Mystery Shoppers. POSITION TITLE: Regional Mystery Shopper Needed AVAILABILITY: Open Yadda yadda...
  • Student Sues School After Zapping Nipples in Shop

    08/31/2010 6:53:19 PM PDT · by driftdiver · 36 replies
    The Fox Nation ^ | Aug 31, 2010 | Staff
    A New Hampshire high school student shocked so severely in shop class that his heart stopped beating is suing his teacher, the school district and the city of Dover. Kyle Dubois and his parents claim teacher Thomas Kelley did not warn Dubois and other students of the dangers of the electrical demonstration cords in their electrical trades class. On March 11, Dubois attached an electrical clamp to one nipple while another student attached another clamp to the other. A third student plugged in the cord. Dubois was critically injured.
  • A Man Who Took Life's Business Lemons and Made His Own Business Lemonade

    07/16/2010 11:40:03 AM PDT · by Niuhuru · 4 replies
    Associated Content ^ | Published July 16, 2010 by: | Alice Winters
    After getting frustrated out of the lemons his problems gave him, David Miller made his own corporate lemonade. Due to the frustration of always having to call technical support to solve his own frequent hardware problems, he started taking the initiative to educate himself.
  • how often do you shop for groceries?

    11/21/2009 10:33:48 AM PST · by franksolich · 91 replies · 2,190+ views
    conservativecave ^ | November 20, 2009 | franksolich
    How often do you shop for groceries? I don't mean for the last-minute half-gallon of milk or package of cigarettes from the convenience store, but the heavy-duty grocery shopping. All the older siblings and their spouses appeared to shop once a week, filling up the automobile or van to the rafters. I on the other hand have always emulated the parents, who shopped for groceries every single day excepting Sundays (but then and again, it needs pointed out franksolich has no spouse and dependents, so it's a somewhat different sort of thing). In the town of circa 3,000 alongside the...
  • The Cloward/Piven Strategy of Economic Recovery

    02/16/2009 11:58:22 AM PST · by Stayfree · 22 replies · 932+ views
    American Thinker ^ | February 7, 2009 | Nancy Coppock
    Using borrowed money for a band-aid bailout of the economy should seem backwards to most people. However, it likely is a planned strategy to promote radical change. Those naively believing that President Obama is simply rewarding his far-left base, and will then move to the political center, must wise up... Obama adheres to the Saul Alinksy Rules for Radicals method of politics (Alinksy-Ayers-Obama), which teaches the dark art of destroying political adversaries. However, that text reveals only one front in the radical left's war against America. The Cloward/Piven Strategy is another method employed by the radical Left to create and...
  • Obama's Cloward-Piven Strategy

    02/18/2009 4:06:44 AM PST · by AJMCQ · 22 replies · 6,315+ views
    The American Thinker ^ | 2/7/2009 | Nancy Coppock
    Using borrowed money for a band-aid bailout of the economy should seem backwards to most people. However, it likely is a planned strategy to promote radical change. Those naively believing that President Obama is simply rewarding his far-left base, and will then move to the political center, must wise up. The assumption that Obama will need the nation to prosper in order to protect the 2010 mid-term election incorrectly assumes that he esteems free market capitalism. He does not. Rather than win through superior ideas and policies, the Democrat plan for success in the mid-term elections is to win by...
  • We Have to Double Down on Borrow and Spend

    12/03/2008 7:53:57 PM PST · by Attention Surplus Disorder · 2 replies · 242+ views
    BLIP-TV ^ | Dec 04, 2008 | unknown
    Dangerous Fred Thompson impression, LOL!
  • Pet Shop Owner Shoots, Kills Robbery Suspect

    10/28/2008 4:50:07 AM PDT · by marktwain · 27 replies · 1,370+ views
    MyFox Cleveland ^ | 27 October, 2008 | NA
    Cleveland Police believe a shop owner who shot a robbery suspect Monday acted in self-defense. Police were called to the Cleveland Aviary on Bosworth Avenue in Cleveland (see Google map below ) Monday afternoon. According to Lt. Thomas Stacho, the suspect was dead on the front step of the pet shop when the first officers arrived. According to police, the 86-year-old shop owner, whose name police did not release, was in the back room of the shop when the robber entered. Police said there was one clerk working in the front of the shop. "The robber set upon him, immediately...
  • Why Wait? More Stores Open for Thanksgiving Shoppers

    11/22/2007 7:32:05 PM PST · by familyop · 27 replies · 371+ views
    This year there's no need to wait anymore. You can go holiday shopping as soon as you finish your Thanksgiving turkey. You'll get the same discounts Popular chain stores throughout the nation are joining in on the trend to stay open for turkey day sale-a-thons. "Kmart's opening at 7 a.m. [today]. That's pretty aggressive," said Christine Augustin, a retail analyst at Bear Stearns. "There's a lot of midnight madness where the mall's opening at midnight and having bands and entertainment," she added. CompUSA is open tonight from 9 to midnight. It's enticing shoppers with sweet deals and serving free pumpkin...
  • Shop Attacked 200 Times In 10 Years (UK)

    07/17/2007 7:29:14 PM PDT · by blam · 14 replies · 568+ views
    The Telegraph (UK) ^ | 7-18-2007 | John Steele
    Shop attacked 200 times in 10 years By John Steele Last Updated: 2:53am BST 18/07/2007 More than half of offenders not taken to court A corner shop run by an Asian couple has been attacked 200 times in the past decade by thieves and robbers using guns, knives and CS spray. The owners of the K&S corner shop, in east London, have been threatened, assaulted and racially abused by thugs and feel let down by police. They fear they may be killed. Suresh Kumar: threatened with guns, knives and CS gas Leaders of the organisation representing small businesses believe the...
  • UK Shop Purges Ethnic-Cleansing T-Shirts

    05/12/2007 6:03:54 PM PDT · by blam · 9 replies · 744+ views
    Science Daily ^ | 5-12-2007
    U.K. shop purges ethnic-cleansing T-shirts LONDON, May 12 (UPI) -- One of Britain's largest menswear stores has withdrawn a T-shirt it was selling that unbeknownst to them was promoting ethnic cleansing in Russia. The Times of London reported Saturday that Burton's learned the correct translation of the slogan on the T-shirts was actually, "We will cleanse Russia of all non-Russians," and not "Be proud of Russia." Burton's had purchased the 6,000 Girlaun print crew-neck T-shirts from a supplier last week. They were sold throughout Britain and their design featured a mix of French logos and the Cyrillic (Russian) alphabet. The...
  • Group Went on Shopping Sabbatical in '06

    01/05/2007 11:31:40 PM PST · by woofie · 21 replies · 737+ views
    Associated Press/SF Gate ^ | Wednesday, January 3, 2007 | LISA LEFF
    It began, as grand ideas often do, over a dinner — risotto, artisan cheese and wine. What would it be like, 10 environmentally conscious friends wondered as they discussed the state of the planet, to go a year without buying anything new? Twelve months later, the results from their experiment in anti-consumption for 2006 are in: Staying 100 percent true to the goal proved both harder and easier than those who signed on expected. And while broken vacuum cleaners and malfunctioning cell phones posed challenges, some of the group's original members say the self-imposed shopping sabbatical was so liberating that...
  • New rules allow German states to extend store hours

    12/04/2006 1:30:57 PM PST · by wolf78 · 12 replies · 773+ views
    Stars & Stripes ^ | November 19, 2006 | Nancy Montgomery
    New rules allow German states to extend store hours HEIDELBERG, Germany — Americans can buy a car Saturday night, a new suit on Sunday and a rib roast almost anytime. But Americans moving overseas soon learn that shopping traditions vary as much as the cuisine. Those living in Germany have learned to deal with what are considered the most limited shopping hours in Europe. “It’s gotten to the point where I don’t even shop on the economy anymore,” said Staff Sgt. Andrea Ebanks in Heidelberg, who’s lived in Germany for nearly five years. By the time she gets off work,...
  • Celebrate 1st Annual "Gringo Go to Work and Shopping Spree Day" - May 1st, 2006

    04/23/2006 9:57:24 PM PDT · by TheEaglehasLanded · 4 replies · 331+ views
    vanity | April 23, 2006 | the eagle has landed
    What you have to do, don't shop or buy anything for the rest of April. Save up your funds for May 1st. Note businesses that are closed on May 1st or are short staffed and post them on FREE REPUBLIC. These are business benefitting from illegal alien labor or are supporting the illegal alien rallies by closing entirely.
  • Doug Grow: Kids, cookies, pizza, firearms

    02/24/2005 7:03:34 AM PST · by Rakkasan1 · 14 replies · 587+ views
    mpls star & sickle ^ | 2-24-05 | Doug Grow
    Before the gun safety training class that a Minneapolis gun shop owner is planning for Minneapolis kids, all ammunition will be "secured." Everyone agrees that's a good idea. After that, though, questions arise about a plan by Mark Koscielski and his friend Joel Rosenberg to offer a free gun-safety program Friday evening at Koscielski's Guns and Ammo, 2926 Chicago Av. S. The program is for children, 6 years old and up. Pizza and cookies will be served at the class, which is to "take the mystery -- and mystique -- out of guns." Koscielski, who seems to thrive on agitating...
  • MTV's 'Pimp My Ride' shop fined by feds (Replacing air bags with video screens illegal)

    12/31/2004 9:47:28 AM PST · by Libloather · 75 replies · 8,672+ views
    Tallahassee.com ^ | 12/31/04 | Danny Hakim
    'Pimp My Ride' shop fined by feds Replacing air bags with video screens illegal By Danny Hakim NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE Posted on Fri, Dec. 31, 2004 DETROIT - Pimp the ride, pay the price. In the first of what is expected to be a broader crackdown against auto customization shops, federal regulators this week levied a $16,000 fine on West Coast Customs, the celebrity auto body shop affiliated with MTV's "Pimp My Ride," a reality show that makes over rundown cars. The shop, which has customized sport utility vehicles for celebrities such as Shaquille O'Neal, was fined for...
  • Santa Rally Continues on Strong Durable Goods Data

    12/23/2004 2:30:35 PM PST · by pissant · 1 replies · 191+ views
    Fox News ^ | 12/23/04 | staff
    NEW YORK — Wall Street continued its 'Santa Rally' Thursday after durable goods data pointed to a healthy pace of activity in the nation's factory sector, but the session remained relatively quiet as investors wound down for the Christmas holiday. The Dow Jones industrial average (search) was up 11.23 points, or 0.10 percent, to finish at 10,827.12, based on the latest data. Earlier in the session, the Dow rose as high as 10,864.67. The Standard & Poor's 500 Index (search) edged up just 0.56 of a point, or 0.05 percent, to end at 1,210.13. The technology-laced Nasdaq Composite Index (search)...
  • Handmade

    12/12/2004 5:59:46 AM PST · by Kitten Festival · 289+ views
    The American Thinker ^ | Dec. 12, 2004 | Clarice Feldman
    This Thanksgiving my son and daughter in law gave us a surprise present--a sonogram of our grandchild to be. Suddenly, the urge to knit was triggered. I love to do it but haven't for some years, after I'd made dozens of coats and sweaters for every man, woman and child of my acquaintance. A frenzied search through the house for saved patterns, yarns, and knitting tools ensued, as well as a search for yet more. (Perhaps you have to be a knitter to understand, but no matter the size of the stash, there's always need for more.) After ordering the...
  • Defiant Boston pizza shop owner keeps anti-DNC sign

    07/24/2004 4:12:09 PM PDT · by Libloather · 39 replies · 2,244+ views
    Boston Herald ^ | 7/24/04 | Casey Ross
    Defiant owner keeps anti-DNC sign By Casey Ross Saturday, July 24, 2004 City officials have laid a smack down on an irate North Station pizza shop owner who is facing fines for posting an unpermitted pro-Bush sign on his business as delegates flock to Boston for the Democratic National Convention. Mark Pasquale, owner of Halftime Pizza, was slapped with a citation Thursday evening and ordered to remove the sign until he gets a permit. Boston police also tossed in a charge for a locked exit door at the restaurant. ``It's my building and I can put a sign there if...
  • For Florida surf shop mogul, high-tech "woodie" is home

    12/02/2003 11:39:49 AM PST · by stainlessbanner · 10 replies · 560+ views
    bradenton ^ | Nov. 30, 2003 | JOHN CURRAN
    MARGATE, N.J. - He's a diehard surfer, an eccentric millionaire, a sun-seeking recluse. Given all that, Ron DiMenna's choice of retirement home makes perfect sense.Who else would spend $500,000 to buy an RV, equip it with a slew of high-tech electronic features, paint it to look like a 21st-century woodie and then hit the road, destinations unknown?But DiMenna, the 66-year-old founder of Cocoa Beach, Fla.-based Ron Jon Surf Shops, is not the retiring type. He has three shops in Florida - Cocoa Beach, Orlando and Sunrise.More than 40 years after he started selling boards on nearby Long Beach Island, the...
  • Taliban Shop In Pakistan For Guns To Fuel War

    09/02/2003 4:32:59 PM PDT · by blam · 9 replies · 250+ views
    The Telegraph (UK) ^ | 9-3-2003 | Ahmed Rashid
    Taliban shop in Pakistan for guns to fuel war (Filed: 03/09/2003) Tribes on the Afghan border are giving fighters sanctuary, reports Ahmed Rashid in Gulanai Just a few miles from the Afghan border in Pakistan's Mohmand tribal agency, Haji Ahmed Khan stocks everything a Taliban or al-Qa'eda fighter might want. His shop in Gulanai is packed to the rafters with Chinese-made Kalashnikovs for as little as £150, pallets of ammunition, sleeping bags, water bottles and flak jackets. The Taliban's renewed offensive in Afghanistan is being fuelled by fighters, arms, money and logistical support from Pakistan's border areas of North West...
  • Box Bought at Thrift Shop Contains Mom's Ashes

    08/26/2003 7:34:37 AM PDT · by bedolido · 10 replies · 485+ views
    NW Cable News ^ | 08/26/03 | Staff Writer
    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- Rocky Oldaker bought a wood box for $2 at a thrift store because it looked interesting. When he opened it, what he found inside was priceless to Linda Bigford: her mother's ashes. "I don't think that is what someone's life should boil down to ... $2 at a thrift store," said Oldaker, who bought the box along with a stuffed animal and a picture frame. When he unscrewed the box bottom at home, Oldaker discovered a plastic bag of ashes and a note identifying them as those of June Peltier of Marion, Mich. Peltier, 77, died...
  • Iraqis Shop For Glimpses Into Saddam's Life

    06/14/2003 10:03:04 AM PDT · by blam · 1 replies · 270+ views
    IOL ^ | 6-13-2003 | Tom Sullivan
    Iraqis shop for glimpses into Saddam's life June 13 2003 at 05:33PM By Tim Sullivan Baghdad, Iraq - Men push toward the makeshift market stall, elbowing their way to the front and standing on their toes to get a look at Ali Zowrayi's wares -behind-the-curtain glimpses of the fallen dictator who terrorised a nation. "People who aren't going to buy, leave!" Zowrayi yells, clutching cash in one hand and a stack of video CDs in the other. The crowd ignores him. They are enthralled with his stock. On the streets of the capital, Saddam Hussein's home movies are there for...