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Employees doing coke outside the office Christmas party. Janitors gifting people bottles of acid. Removing your bra in front of co-workers while hypnotized. Watching your boss have sex. Accidentally choking a co-worker unconscious. These are just some of the mishaps that have befallen the company Christmas party. What
Not the typical morning commute… pic.twitter.com/kJIOQeqsIK
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California’s latest fire has ripped through Ventura County north of Los Angeles and triggered evacuation orders for over 150,000 people. In October fires ripped through parts of northern California’s wine region, killing
For Christians, Christmas formally began in the third century A.D., but many of the most famous traditions — reindeer, trees, snowmen, etc. — emanate from the celebration of winter solstice in pagan cultures.
With over 2,000 years of dual history backing it, you’re bound to discover some surprises along the
According to the Marshall Project, many citizens are arrested for cursing at cops, when such profane speech is actually protected by the First Amendment. Of course, verbal threats of violence against the police are not protected free speech.
In one case the Washington state Supreme Court threw out an
What Is Bait and Switch?
Bait-and-switch occurs when goods are advertised as incredible bargains, with the explicit intention of substituting inferior or more expensive goods at the time of the purchase. High-end electronic items like TVs, audio equipment, computers, and digital cameras are most commonly used to draw shoppers to
Yes! But just because Disney can legally do something as a private company doesn’t mean it’s in Disney’s best interest.
On Tuesday Sayfullo Habibullaevic Saipov, a 29-year-old Uzbekistan native, inspired by ISIS, drove a rented truck onto a bike path in New York City. Eight people were killed and more than a dozen injured. According to the Department of Homeland Security the suspect arrived in the U.S. as part
In general, there is no copyright protection for the shape of clothing, and that includes many costumes. In copyright law, “useful articles” don’t get copyright protection because they are considered functional, rather than aesthetic. This means nobody can own a copyright in something like the shape of an
Fact or Fiction: In California Registered Sex Offenders Can’t Celebrate Halloween Like the Rest of UsOctober 12, 2017
This is true! In California state authorities impose special Halloween restrictions on registered sex offenders and parolees.
The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation is the agency charged with supervising sex offender parolees. Since 1994, the department has run a statewide Halloween night event called “Operation Boo,” in which