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Vol 45 Issue 05

Area Man Already Tired Of Prison

SHERIDAN, OR—"Honestly, what am I supposed to do now?" First-time inmate Martin Hayes asked. "Sit-Ups? Did some already. And I finished the book I brought with me."

Octuplets Doing Well

The second set of octuplets born in the United States is doing well, with all reportedly breathing on their own. What do you think?
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Football Players Suffering Brain Damage

Doctors have found a type of brain damage usually associated with boxers in six NFL players who died at age 50 or younger. What do you think?
  • "I've always said that players shouldn't be allowed onto the football field unless they've been doing rigorous exercises to toughen the brain."

    Chad Flaherty
    Flooring Sales Representative
  • "If I'd known professional football was so dangerous, I never would have let my son join the Atlanta Falcons."

    Matt Pergament
    Public Relations
  • "Perhaps they should sign a waiver indicating they are willing to take the risk in exchange for, say, tens of millions of dollars."

    Francis Judson
    IT Specialist
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