Following is an update on the Hot News Quickies for Friday, June 19, 2009. This is a quick taste of what’s happening. You can always catch up on the full stories after you have had your coffee.
Be sure to read the full stories for more complete details when you have time. Also, sometimes it takes 3-4 times for a comment to post – don’t give up commenting and I won’t!
Free Chocolate- Hot News Quickies, Friday, June 19, 2009
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Brooksville, FL – Hot News Quickies, Friday, June 19, 2009
What’s the big stink in Brooksville? There is a new city law that states workers must wear underwear and deodorant. They say workers must observe strict personal hygiene and that includes no piercings anywhere except the ears. A second offense could mean the employee gets fired.
Sports – Hot News Quickies, Friday, June 19, 2009
The New Orleans Saints will be marching into their home stadium in The Big Easy and not marching off into the direction of another state. Some bit of good news for a change for a city and people who need all the good they can get.
Portland, Oregon – Hot News Quickies, Friday, June 19, 2009
Bunnies bunnies everywhere – Miriam Sakewitz, 47, had over 250 bunnies in her home and 100 dead bunnies in freezers and fridges back in 2006. She has been on probation and is not allowed to own or control animals. Someone let the info leak that Miriam has some new bunnies doing the bunny hop. She was caught with the fur flying in a hotel room in Portland and she was arrested…
Somewhere over the Atlantic – Hot News Quickies, Friday, June 19, 2009
A Continental Airlines Pilot died while piloting a flight from Brussels to Newark, NJ. It was due to a suspected heart attack. None of the passengers knew anything was wrong until they landed at Newark. It is law that there must be two co-pilots on international flights and they both took over the flying duties of flight 61. The passengers stated they knew nothing was wrong during the flight and were proud of the way the situation was handled.
Here we are, at the end of the week again. Summer is in full swing and vacations are being taken and enjoyed. So if you are off on a vacation, have a wonderful time. If not, have a great weekend one and all. See you Monday!
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