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Minnesota man falls while on Chicago high-rise hotel roof, dies (Minneapolis Star Tribune)
A Minnesota man who found his way to the roof of a 42-story building in
downtown Chicago fell a short distance early Thursday while shooting
photographs and died, authorities said.
Walthers Gold Line All-purpose Husky Stack Well car: Unboxing & Review
Bangor and Aroostook Rail Road the first 100 years part 1
*NEW* Temple Run Hack/Glitch Infinite Straight Track!!!
Indiana Basketball: How well do you know the 2012-13 Indiana Hoosiers? (indystar)
Let's see how well you know, in the words of Chuck Crabb, your Indiana
Hooooooooooosiers. Here'a quiz. I'll have the answers at the end. 1. His
father played college basketball at Jarvis. His mother played basketball and
ran track at Louisville. 2. This walk-on graduated in the top 10 of his high
school class of over 400 students and had a 4.2 GPA on a 4.0 scale. 3. His
grandfather, John, was a member of Bob Knight's staff at IU in the early
1970s. 4. He was ranked No. 41 in the class of 2012 by rivals.com and the No.
10 small forward in his class. 5. He started 28 games last season at IPFW and
averaged 27.2 minutes per game and 4.3 points. 6. Of the 39 seniors that have
played for Tom Crean in his 12 seasons as a collegiate head coach, how many of
them have earned their degree? 7. Led his high school team to the state
championship game three straight years, and won titles as both a junior and a
senior. 8. His uncle, Al Eberhard, played for four seasons with the NBA's
Detroit Pistons after a standout ...
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Georgia Southern ends Old Dominion's season (hamptonroads)
NORFOLK Undone by its own mistakes, Old Dominion's football season ended
Saturday when the Monarchs squandered a 14-point second-half lead and lost to
Georgia Southern, 49-35, in the quarterfinals of the Football Championship
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California Looking To Protect You From The Scourge Of Airlines Not Mentioning Privacy Policies You Don't Read (Techdirt)
Back in October, we wrote about how California Attorney General Kamala Harris
was threatening United Airlines over Twitter, because their mobile app
a silly law that requires privacy policies. Now, Harris has actually sued
Delta airlines over the same thing. Of all the illegal things that Harris
could be going after, is focusing on mobile apps that don't prominently
The whole infatuation with privacy policies is, frankly, stupid. They do
nothing to actually increase your privacy. Since the only thing they do is
hold you to your own rules, they actually encourage companies to take your
privacy _less_ seriously, since to avoid possible liability, they're likely to
craft privacy policies that aren't as strict. Furthermore, **no one** reads
those things. Forcing companies to display a broadly written policy designed
to limit their liability, which no one cares about and no one will read...
just seems like a complete waste.
Of course, as we've discussed before, this is exactly what state Attorneys
General do all the time. They pick some random issue they ...