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Cigarette Warning Labels Blocked

A federal judge has blocked the implementation of new warning labels on cigarette packs in the United States. I say good for the judge. Hey, I understand that smoking is bad for your health. Hell, even tobacco companies will finally admit that. I was a smoker for a long time and still enjoy a cigarette […]

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Bank of America’s New Customer Reward Plan

Due to customer backlash, Bank of America is dropping their $5 monthly debit card fee. Someone high in the organization is reported as saying, “This sucks. Instead of making twelve billion from fees alone we’re now only going to make six billion. I just don’t know how we’re going to keep going. We’ve always depended […]

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Job’s Legacy Continues Post Mortem

In Steve Job’s new authorized biography, he’s quoted saying, “I will spend my last dying breath if I need to, and I will spend every penny of Apple’s $40 billion in the bank, to right this wrong. I’m going to destroy Android, because it’s a stolen product.” This is in reference to his belief that […]

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Drive Lawsuit

I guess I was right in my post about the movie Drive. I wrote, ”If you’re looking for the next Fast and Furious stay away.” I guess some people missed my post because a woman in Michigan filed a lawsuit claiming the trailer misled audiences into thinking the movie would be more like the Fast and Furious movies. This is […]

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