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Danger signs are a great medium to protect the public from any untoward incidents. If you need a quick danger sign for your event, school, or your home, check out Danger Sign Generator. This simple web tool lets you create custom danger sign images which you can print and use anywhere.  Create Danger Signs On The Fly

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Dozens arrested as protests of immigration law
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Opponents of Arizona's immigration crackdown  went ahead with protests Thursday despite a judge's ruling that delayed enforcement of most the law, and dozens of people in Phoenix were arrested after peacefully confronting officers in riot gear

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Posted by NB on Thursday, July 29, 2010 @ 19:53:19 UTC (1862 reads)
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San Francisco Considers Ban On Almost All Pet Sales
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A few months ago, in an effort to not contribute to the puppy mills and kitty factories of the world, San Francisco began mulling over the possibility of forbidden canine and feline sales within city limits. But, as happens when the discussion turns to the critters of the world, that ban has now grown to include just about everything you would ever want to even consider having as a pet.

While some towns, like West Hollywood, Austin and El Paso, have recently passed similar restrictions on cat and dog sales, no municipality has come anywhere near the depth and breadth of San Francisco's proposed ban.

In additon to cats and dogs, other animals under consideration for the ban include birds because of "their sensitivity and inappropriateness as pets," hamsters, mice, rats, chinchillas and guinea pigs. The city already has a ban in place on the sale of rabbits.

While there is only one pet store in the city that sells cats and dogs, there are several more that sell birds, mice, hamsters and the like. Suffice it to say they are displeased with the proposal.

Explains one store owner:

If I don't have a bird to sell, I don't sell a cage. I don't sell bird toys. I don't sell seed. But it's about freedom of choice. If someone wants a bird, they'll go to Berkeley. This will solve none of the problems the commission sees.


Oddly enough, those opposing the ban have an unlikely ally in the president of the Humane Society, who says that such a broad-spectrum ban only hurts the original goal of the ban: "I think you attract a set of additional opponents that sink an otherwise achievable goal."

Fur and feathers fly as San Francisco weighs ban on pet sales [L.A. Times]

Posted by NB on Monday, July 26, 2010 @ 18:12:14 UTC (1844 reads)
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Seattle Bar Owner Will Buy You A Steak Dinner If You Quit Chase
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Don't like Chase? You're not alone. If you haven't already dropped the bank but are willing to let them go, you might be on your way to a free steak dinner.

The owner of the Twilight Exit in Seattle has had it with Chase and he hopes to encourage you to leave also. He can't offer free drinks because it's against the law, but apparently free dinners are OK:

...the owner of Central District bar the Twilight Exit, is trying to kill two birds with one stone: drum up some publicity for his business and stick it to the lender that he says has him "by the short hairs." "I want to hurt them," he says of the bank.

He explains that his Kafka-esque experience with the bank finally put him over the edge:

First, he says, Chase secretly lowered his line of credit -- the lifeline of any small business owner. [The bar owner] had just moved the bar, so he was maxed out on his cards. As a result, Chase was able to tell him that his credit rating wasn't good enough to qualify.

"So I said fine; got that fixed. But then they come back and tell me my credit is too good."

[The bar owner] would clear a hurdle, he says, only to find another, even stranger one in his path. Like the forms.

Chase, he says, would send him these pre-filled-out forms. All he had to do was sign.

So sign he did. And just to be safe, [The bar owner] sent the forms back by fax, e-mail, snail mail -- any form of communication he could think of.

"And then they say they're not legible. I'm thinking, 'All I did was sign. How can a signature not be legible?'"


"If someone wants a steak dinner," he told Seattle Weekly. "I will feed them."

Why the Twilight Exit Will Buy You a Steak Dinner If You Close Your Chase Bank Account

Posted by NB on Friday, July 16, 2010 @ 03:29:02 UTC (1855 reads)
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