Wednesday, November 04, 2015

Show Notes 11-01-15

Sunday show 11-01-15

Greensboror Chronology
In the fall of 1959, four young men (Joseph McNeil, Franklin McCain, Ezell Blair, Jr. and David Richmond) enrolled as freshmen at North Carolina A&T University.
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Pharmacy accidentally gave kids bipolar pills instead of candy
A worker at a Canadian pharmacy accidentally gave out out bipolar medication to trick-or-treaters instead of candy, according to a report. The mix-up unfolded after a woman unknowingly dropped her 17-year-old son’s prescription drugs while on her way out of a Beauport pharmacy.
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Ted Cruz rips GOP Senate leadership
In a speech Thursday on the Senate floor, Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, sharply criticized the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015, a budget deal between former House Speaker John Boehner and President Barack Obama.
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Colorado teen grabs samurai sword and defends home from break in cops say
Police say a teenager grabbed a samurai sword and slashed a man who was trying to break into his eastern Connecticut home.
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Against all odds DC lottery retailers winning big
A man who sold himself a $1,000,000 winning D.C. Lottery ticket is just one of many retailers a WUSA9 investigation found winning the lottery at rates statisticians say border on impossible.
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Thousands of Muslim migrants disappear from camps
According to German press reports, keeping track of all the Muhammads and Alis pouring across borders is proving ever so tricky for European countries being flooded with people on the move from the Middle East and Africa.
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Taxpayer back solar plant actually carbon polluter
Even as the Obama administration announces another $120 million in grants to boost solar energy, new reports indicate a centerpiece of the administration's green-energy effort is actually a carbon polluter.
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'Come clean': Rep battles agency over subpoena for climate study records
The Republican head of the House science committee is fighting to obtain documents from the Obama administration on a controversial global warming study, as the agency that produced it locks down internal records despite a subpoena.
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U.N. planning court to judge U.S. for 'climate justice'
At the upcoming United Nations Climate Summit in Paris, participating nations have prepared a treaty that would create an “International Tribunal of Climate Justice” giving Third World countries the power to haul the U.S. into a global court with enforcement powers.
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Eight Things Your Support Team Should Never Say to Your Customers
At Desk.com we talk to a lot of customer service professionals. Ranging from merely cringe-worthy to enraging, here are eight things they recommend your team should never say to customers.
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