Friday, January 31, 2014

In Case You Missed It!

The Sierra snowpack is 12% of normal.  Lowest since 1960 when they started keeping records.

The government is encouraging those jailed for long terms during the crack epidemic to ask for early release.

Yahoo has joined the growing list of companies reporting that personal information of email customers has been stolen.

United ranks last among domestic carriers in almost every category surveyed.

Doctors have begun waking up Michael Schumacher from a medically induced coma he’s been in since his skiing accident last month.

Rory McIlray shot a 63 in Dubai, his lowest score in more than three years.

China continues to delay processing visa applications for New York Times and Bloomberg News reporters, apparently in retaliation for stories highlighting investments made by families of top officials.

The American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology has reversed itself and will now allow its members to treat men.

At my old elementary school in Salt Lake City, Uintah, students who owed money for previous lunches were refused lunch and their meals were thrown out.  The school now says “We bad.  It won’t happen again.”

Have a nice day!


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