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Vol 49 Issue 16

Lakers vs. Spurs

The Lakers face the Spurs in the first round of the NBA playoffs, reigniting a rivalry not quite as old as most of the players involved.

Louis Charles

Louis Charles, 17, added a little water to the nearly empty mustard bottle so his parents wouldn’t be able to tell he took some.
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Global Military Spending Declines

Overall spending on militaries worldwide fell to $1.75 trillion in 2012, down 0.5 percent from the previous year and marking the first recorded drop in global military spending since 1998. What do you think?

  • “My wish for world peace came 0.5 percent true!”

    Louise Pearce
    Emergency Dispatcher
  • “God, now we’re going to have the lamest wars.”

    Miguel Flores
    Harness Rigger
  • “Now nothing can stop me! Ha ha ha ha ha!”

    Evan Townsend
    Diamond Cutter
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