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Monday, June 11, 2007

Around the Horn

Thai drug-sniffing dogs fired after pissing on luggage and "sexually harassing female passengers".

Hugo Chavez demands supporters fill public squares with surplus refrigerators, for some reason.

Coffeeshop rent-seeking in Chicago v. tavern rent-seeking in Philly.

Clay Aiken's fan club splits into "he's gay" and "nuh-uh" camps.

Nepotism taken to new extremes in the town of Lynnfield, Mass., as the dumpy-looking police chief's wife serves as a police dispatcher, crossing guard, and firefighter/EMT.

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