October 18, 2018

Energy Crisis

MORE OUTSOURCING NEWS: According to a high source in the U.S. Department of Justice, nearly undetectable counterfeit $100 bills are being made in North Korea, and counterfeit cigarettes and U.S. postage stamps are being made in China for import into the United States. Counterfeiters with American citizenship have filed a formal complaint.

FAST FOOD BUNGLED BURGLARY NEWS: According to a report in the Ann Arbor News, a man walked into a Burger King in Ypsilante, Michigan around 5 am, flashed a gun and demanded cash. The clerk explained that he couldn’t open the register without a food order. When the man ordered onion rings, he was told they weren’t available for breakfast and he’d have to come back after 10 am. Frustrated, the man left.

CRIME STOPPING NEWS: Australian police trained their seven sniffer dogs to detect cocaine, using talcum powder for training purposes. As a result, no talcum powder has entered the country illegally, but the dogs cannot detect cocaine until they are retrained.

NUMISMATIC NEWS: Collectors can buy $2 rolls of Buffalo nickels not in circulation for only $9, valued at 5 cents each.

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