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Vol 46 Issue 39

NHL To Allow Finishing Moves In Fights This Season

NEW YORK—In a policy shift that seems to run counter to the recent emphasis on professional hockey as a game of speed and finesse, the NHL announced Wednesday that it will allow exceptionally graphic finishing moves for the 2010-2011 season.

George Blanda

Blanda's 26-year career saw him establish records for longevity and PATs on his way to becoming an inspiration for older fans. Was he any good?
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Expired Medicines Collected By DEA

The Drug Enforcement Administration conducted a national initiative last weekend in which people could bring their expired and unwanted prescription medications for disposal, no questions asked. What do you think?

  • "Look, DEA agents fight hard every day in a war they know they can't win; they deserve a little perk like free pills."

    Laura Digard
    Building Inspector
  • "The DEA has the safest and most reliable toilet for disposing of drugs."

    David Eubank
    Systems Analyst
  • "Yeah, okay, fuck it, my hair's never growing back anyway."

    Larry Williams
    Lubrication Servicer
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