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Walmart Canada Pulls Cocaine-Themed Christmas Sweater From Website

On Saturday, Walmart Canada pulled a polarizing Christmas sweater portraying Santa Claus as a coke fiend off its website. As The Global News describes it, the sweater depicted “a bug-eyed Saint Nick and three lines of a white substance that is heavily implied to be cocaine, along with the phrase, ‘Let it snow.'” Hardly shying away from the drug connection, the product’s …

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Someone Keeps Putting Tiny Cowboy Hats on Pigeons in Las Vegas

In Las Vegas this past weekend, a handful of passersby shot footage of some pigeons roaming around a parking lot in tiny cowboy hats. Nobody’s quite sure how the “cowboy pigeons” were outfitted with this headgear, although Las Vegas Locally jokes, “There are consequences to legalizing marijuana.” Someone is putting tiny cowboy hats on Vegas pigeons. There are consequences to …

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Patriots Admit Their Video Crew “Unknowingly” Violated NFL Filming Policy

On Monday, the New England Patriots released a statement admitting that their three-person video crew “unknowingly” broke NFL filming policy at Sunday’s Bengals-Brown game. Sportsnaut reports that the Patriots claim the crew was only there to follow the team’s advance scouts for their “Do Your Job” web series. The crew, “without specific knowledge of league rules,” filmed the field from …

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Starbuck Police warn about funny money being passed around

The Starbuck Police Department is sending out a warning this holiday season to make people aware of counterfeit money that is being passed around the area. “We received a report of $1.00 bill that has distinct Chinese writing/symbols on it. These bills are not real, so please pay attention this Holiday Season when receiving any cash from anyone. If you …

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The great Lake Miltona deer rescue of 2019

It’s the great deer rescue of 2019! A Minnesota man saved two exhausted deer who were trapped on the ice covering Lake Miltona. Shawn Johnson saw a friend’s Facebook post about the deer, and got his equipment ready for the big rescue. He says the deer were out on the ice for a long time before he got out there. …

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Airbnb Announces New Rules to Crack Down on Parties

In the wake of a deadly shooting at a rental property in the San Francisco Bay Area, Airbnb is introducing new rules to deal with parties and nuisance guests. The Los Angeles Times reports that Airbnb announced the rules on Thursday, after five people were killed in Orinda, California on Halloween during an unauthorized party at an Airbnb property. One new regulation bans …

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Florida Man Punches Fellow Customer in Walmart Line for Taking Too Long

On Wednesday night in Cape Coral, Florida, 69-year-old Henry Harvey was waiting in a Walmart checkout line when he became frustrated with how long a customer’s transaction in front of him was taking. So, naturally, Harvey punched his fellow Walmart customer in the head and was arrested for battery. FOX-4 reports that the victim was not seriously injured.

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4,000 Americans Are Injured Each Year While Using Cellphones

According to a new Rutgers study, up to 4,000 Americans are injured each year while using cellphones. “So many of these injuries happen because people are distracted,” study co-author Boris Paskhover told UPI. “Maybe they were looking at their phones while they were driving or walking down the street. That’s how accidents happen.” The plastic surgeon added, “I’ve had patients …

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Michigan Foster Child Invites Entire Kindergarten Class to His Adoption Ceremony

A kindergartener in Michigan is capturing hearts after he invited his entire class to his adoption hearing on Thursday. Michael Clark Jr. has spent the past year living with foster parents Andrea Melvin and Dave Eaton before he was officially made their child in a Kent County courtroom. Everyone from his class at Wealthy Elementary in East Grand Rapids was on hand …

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