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  1. I absolutely LOVE this show! Best cop show since NYPD Blue. ABC rules! I cannot believe they killed Stone. I was so bummed.
  2. Ten things found in your garage 1. hurricane shutters (the joy of Fl living) 2. Car 3. Mower(s) 4. battery 5. rake (thanks to the 4 trees in my backyard ) 6. Snap-on Tools 7. Bicycle 8. Freezer 9. 10. _________ (This poster starts the next game)
  3. Science Fair Fair Trade
  4. $10K is for a CTR, or Currency Transaction Report. An SAR, or Suspicious Activity Report, can be filed for ANY amount of money or ANY activity. Those are going to depend upon how well one bank versus another trains it's front line tellers to look for suspicious activity.
  5. 10 Things found in a Woman's Purse 1. Lipstick 2. Brush 3. Tissues 4. Cell Phone 5. Keys 6. Credit Cards...lol 7. Receipts from those credit cards! 8. Ex-boyfriend's testicles 9. 10.
  6. I'm kinda surprised the company is having you do it. I mean, theoretically, a cousin with a computer could create a fake printed paper background check and send it off on fake letterhead.
  7. While I'm neither a lawyer nor a police officer, I've signed the signature line on a traffic citation a time or two. It is my understanding, the law varies from state to state on this issue. In some states, the vehicle code says if you don't sign the ticket then you go to jail. I recall an episode of "Adam 12" where an old woman refused to sign a ticket and Malloy took her to jail. It's my understanding that is the law in California, then and now. In other states, you're not required to sign, and the officer might actually even be able to write an additional citation because you failed to sign. Still in other states, the officer has the discretion to decide whether to arrest one for refusal to sign because the officer has probable cause you are intending not to comply with the order, or the officer can decide to write "Refused To Sign" because the officer believes you're just being a PITA but will comply with the order.
  8. In this game, you post a news link and the headline that, well, makes headlines. I'll start. http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSTRE6622I420100703 "Tired Gay succumbs to Dix in 200 meters"
  9. http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-504763_162-20008347-10391704.html A South African doctor has created a female condom that puts teeth in the fight against rape. Literally. The anti-rape condom, called "Rape-aXe," features rows of jagged hooks designed to attach to a man's penis during penetration. Once attached, the condom can only be removed by a doctor - hopefully when authorities can arrest him, Dr. Sonnet Ehlers, the condom's designer, told CNN. "It hurts, he cannot pee and walk when it's on," she said. "If he tries to remove it, it will clasp even tighter... however, it doesn't break the skin, and there's no danger of fluid exposure." Ehlers said she sold her house and car to launch the project, and she planned to supervise the distribution of 30,000 free devices in cities hosting the World Cup soccer matches. After the trial period, they'll be available for about $2 apiece, according to CNN. "The mother of two daughters said she visited prisons and talked to convicted rapists to find out whether such a device would have made them rethink their actions," CNN reported. "Some said it would have." Critics say the condom makes women vulnerable to violence from men trapped by the device. It's also a form of "enslavement," Victoria Kajja, a fellow for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the east African country of Uganda, told CNN. "The fears surrounding the victim, the act of wearing the condom in anticipation of being assaulted all represent enslavement that no woman should be subjected to." Kajja added that the device reminds women of their vulnerability. "It not only presents the victim with a false sense of security, but psychological trauma," she added. "It also does not help with the psychological problems that manifest after assaults." But she acknowledged that the device might allow justice to be served. Rape convictions are rare in most African countries, according to CNN. Victims don't get immediate access to medical care, and DNA tests to provide evidence are too expensive. Women take drastic measures to prevent rape in South Africa, Ehlers said. Some go so far as to insert razor blades wrapped in sponges in their private parts. Critics have said the device is like something out of the Middle Ages. "Yes, my device may be medieval, but it's for a medieval deed that has been around for decades," she told CNN. "I believe something's got to be done ... and this will make some men rethink before they assault a woman."
  10. 10 things found in a Courtroom 1. Judge 2. Attorney 3. Liars 4. Defendant (HeeHee @ #3) 5. Eleven or more angry men 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
  11. Theory Clothing Clothing Optional
  12. 10 things found in a high school locker.... 1. Twilight Posters 2. Bag of 'oregano' 3. Books 4. Bad Grades 5. Coats 6. Lunch bag 7. Tardy notes 8. Mirror 9. Chess club member 10.
  13. Shorecrest High School made a lip dub video and challenged rival Shorewood High School to step up. Shorewood did. Shorecrest recently produced another really cool Lip Dub. Shorecrest Lip Dub - Hey Ya Shorewood Lip Dub http://www.youtube.com/user/ShorewoodLipDub Shorecrest Decade Lip Dub Pop Culture Scavenger Hunt
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