Arkansas Birds Fell From Sky

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Vol 47 Issue 01

Modern-Day Cowboy Rides 18-Wheeler Full Of Entenmann's Products Westward

SOLOMON, KS—Awakening to the lonely howl of a distant coyote early Tuesday morning, C.J. Hoppel climbs into his 18-wheeler and sets off westward across a barren stretch of unbroken prairie, the whipping wind his only companion as he pulls a rig full of Entenmann's baked goods and snack cakes across the plains.

Robert Gibbs Stepping Down

While House press secretary Robert Gibbs announced he would be leaving his position as White House press secretary to work as a political adviser.
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Arkansas Birds Fell From Sky

Investigators are collecting the bodies of blackbirds in the small Arkansas town of Beebe after thousands of the birds fell from the sky on New Year's Eve and New Year’s Day. What do you think?

  • "Beebe, Arkansas? Isn't that the place with the world's largest living-room picture window?"

    Lewis Tovey
    Hotel Manager
  • "There are thousands of bird corpses in our supermarkets, but you don't see that making the news."

    Betty Bonney
    Sheriff’s Deputy
  • "I bet if investigators look hard enough they'll find those birds are full of ticks. It has been a terrible year for ticks."

    Rob Adamson
    Unemployed
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