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1) On a Delta flight from Paris the passengers were given an apple towards the end of the flight. Crystal Tadlock put it in her carry-on to eat later. US Customs randomly searched her bag and the apple was found. Since it is illegal to bring in undocumented apples the Customs agent did his duty. He asked her if her trip was expensive. She said "yeah." "Well, it's about to get more expensive after I charge you $500.00." Real Cute Ass-Clown. Delta should have advised passengers not to take the apples off the plane. Crystal should advise Delta her next flight will be on another airline.

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1) "UNDELIVERANCE" starring Alesky Germash. It seems Alesky failed to deliver some 17,000 pieces of mail going as far back as 2005. There were bags of mail found in his car, work locker and home. He claimed he was just overwhelmed with the volume of mail. The old "Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds" unless the courier is overwhelmed.

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1) Eight of the top ten cities with the worst ozone pollution are here in California. Once again LA/Long Beach took first prize with our friends in Bakersfield coming in number two. Fresno, Sacramento and San Diego also did well. What about San Francisco? They were number one with doo doo in the streets. The president of SF Travel says something needs to be done. Nothing gets by this guy. It appears tourists don't like wading through filth to get on board "Little Cable Cars Climbing Halfway To The Stars."

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1) There was a recent series of articles and an expo on how to achieve "Successful Aging." There was information on health … especially diet. Most of the diets didn't contain anything that you used to like to eat.One item that caught my eye was planning plausible excuses for not attending Family Events like Birthdays and holidays like Thanksgiving.Not mentioned is the most important thing to "Successful Aging" is NOT DYING

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1) 20 years for 3 degrees? In LA there is a project to paint streets with a light-colored heat reducing seal coat. It is produced by a company called GuardTop. The cost is $40,000 per mile. Last year, due to climate change, Mayor Garcetti, said this is a 20-year project which will result in a reduction of 3 degrees Fahrenheit. That sure is an expensive 3 degrees. Two thoughts here. Rejoice the 3 degrees will mean, finally, a costly government project will be well worth all that money. Second thought is - invest GoodTop 

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1) The Department of Homeland Security wants to track the "comings and goings" of journalists, bloggers and other media influencers. That would include me. They plan on listing "us" in a database. It's called DHS "Media Monitoring."

The request comes amid concerns regarding accuracy in media that US elections and policies might by be influenced by Fake News. There I am again. Nice to finally receive some richly deserved recognition.

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1) Generation "Z" Teenagers are bored. With their Smart phones and unlimited Internet access they claim they have never been so bored. It seems, after a while, they've gone through everything there is to do on the device. Here is a idea for "The Bored" Try reading books. Get a library card and go checkout some books. There still might be a few available that some aggrieved group hasn't been able to ban for containing something, anything or everything that offends them. And kids you don't need to keep recharging a book. 

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1) A home owner in Sacramento is selling her home but not to a Trump Supporter. Political Party doesn't fall into one of the seven protected classes of The Fair Housing Act. They are Race, Religion, Color, Disability, National Origin, Sex (although now that's negotiable) and familial status. If a Trump supporter really wants the house don't just say you voted for Hillary. Be creative, tell her you voted for Stephan Colbert. 

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1) Here is the latest from Obama. Through his Non Profit Obama Foundation he wants to create a million young Baracks. While some would applaud a million young Baracks, there are others, who think one Barack was enough. These young Baracks would "Take the baton in that relay race that is human progress." WOW. Just imagine how excited you'll be when a young Barack, wielding the baton of human progress, shows up in your neighborhood.

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1) This has been fun. Joe Biden saying if he were still in high school he would take Donald Trump out behind the gym and beat him senseless. Donald Trump says he would give Biden a severe and well deserved thrashing.  Of course there will never be an actual match. If there were it could rival the 1975 Thrilla in Manilla between Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier. Ali won in a TKO in the 14th round. The Biden and Trump match could be called the Dud in D.C.  

2) The Post Office has issued a Mr. Rogers Stamp. Remember him changing into his cardigan on the show? The Cardigan Sweater Manufacturers of America awarded him their Person Of The Year Award three times. I always "wondered" about that Mr. McFeely. Turns out he was named after Mr. Rogers' grandpa, Fred McFeely.  

3) Google has kicked off a new 300 million dollar initiative to fight what it regards as Fake News. Hey Google ... Lookin' for Fake News? Hello!!! Here you go!!!  I'm right here!!!  Boy, I could sure use a few bucks.

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1) After learning about Hillary Clinton breaking her wrist, somehow in a bathtub, Eddie Falcone who owns "Big Eddie's Walk-In Tubs" became concerned about Hillary's safety. So he donated one of his tubs to her.  It was the super deluxe model which included a  heated seat. Eddie says Hillary hasn't acknowledge his gift yet. He thinks she might be really busy writing another speech that the Republicans will like and the Democrats, including her pals on The View won't. Well four of them won't like it but that what's her name Republican will.

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1) In Siberia it was raining diamonds and gold instead of snow. A NIMBIS, love that name, Airlines Cargo Plane's cargo door flew open on takeoff. The open door allowed 3.4 tons of gold and some diamonds to rain down on the runway and as far away as 16 miles.

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1) A sixteen year old English boy, Brandon Marshall, is the tallest teen in the world. He stands at 7ft 4in and is still growing. If he gets much taller, the NBA will be recruiting him. His team mates can just throw him the ball, while he stands by the basket, and drops it in. Of course it won't be long before the NBA issues "The Brandon Marshall Rule." You Can't Just Stand there and drop the ball in the basket. You have to shoot it.

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