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HARD CASH Wednesday, May 21
As of late March, the Sainsbury’s supermarket in Basford, England, still had an operational ATM on an outside wall even though its screen and controls were only 15 inches off the ground, forcing …
TOOTH HURTY Wednesday, May 21
Skylar King, 28, filed a lawsuit in Clayton, Missouri, in April against dentist Mark Meyers (and his Same Day Dentures clinic) for a 2009 session in which Meyers somehow obtained King’s consent to …
SIZE MATTERS, COMRADE Wednesday, May 21
The downfall of Russia-sympathizing Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych in February (which eventually provoked Vladimir Putin’s retaliation against Ukraine) accelerated when his countrymen …
PROM DRAFT Wednesday, May 21
A week before the National Football League held its 2014 Draft Day in May, a large contingent of junior and senior boys staged their own draft day at Corona del Mar High School in Newport Beach, …
YOU CAN BE TOO RICH Wednesday, May 14
Larry Ellison, CEO of Oracle Corp. (and the world's fifth-richest person, according to Forbes) is a big basketball fan. In April, it was reported he had an interest in buying the Los Angeles Clippers NBA team. An associate told the Wall Street …
OVERKILL Wednesday, May 14
Speaking on a popular Christian Internet podcast in March (reported by Houston's KHOU-TV), Pastor John Benefiel of Oklahoma City's Church on the Rock described how, in a 2007 blessing, he might've prayed "too hard." He was trying to help …
HUSH, HUSH Wednesday, May 14
In his March 23 sermon (according to The Huffington Post), Phoenix, Arizona, pastor Steven Anderson of Faithful World Baptist Church explained in detail why women in the congregation must refrain from speaking during services. Citing 1 Timothy 2:11 …
I WANT CANDY Wednesday, May 14
At a Hindu temple in India's Kerala state, the religious gift of choice — for offerings to deity Lord Muruga and for distribution from the deity to devotees — is a chocolate candy bar, which visitors bring in cartons, according to a March item …
DETAILS! Wednesday, May 14
After convicted murderer Loren Larson Jr. filed a federal lawsuit in Anchorage, Alaska, claiming his prison wristband ID "defil[ed]" him religiously because it was a "mark of the devil," a Goose Creek Correctional Center official lectured him on the …
WHAT FORCE? Wednesday, May 14
An unnamed British inmate published a letter in a prison newspaper in April alleging continuous religious discrimination against him by guards and officials. The man claims he's a practicing Jedi (and of course can't reveal his name because he fears …
 
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