Week four of "The Reader series." This week has had quite a few wacky headlines.
- Boy Scouts shill for MPAA with copyright merit badge - If anything, I think that they should teach of the evils of the said companies.
- JetBlue Tests Pilot Fatigue Limits, With Passengers Aboard - I would think they are up to their eyes in lawsuits over this.
- FBI teams up with website violating online child protection law - I never understood how it is possible, but they always seem to mess themselves up.
- Pot grown in a PC - It would be the last place someone would look, unless a relative was opening the box for some hardware trouble.
- Long-Distance RFID Snagging Possible, Already Done - The worst is that the cards are already being used. All I have to think is: "Was it that hard to slid the card through the device in the first place?"
- A man is raising money to buy a 30-second spot during the Super Bowl to propose to his girlfriend - I don't know if that kind of devotion would be considered too much.
- Nintendo Profits Up 72%, Sony's Down 94% - I have to say that I can't believe that Sony is even in business. The consoles are overpriced, they have installed rootkits in people's computers, and they have a little trouble with batteries; they have nothing good to stand by.
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