Steve Wiley recently posted a story about hamburgers, asking how much you would be willing to pay for one. This story is about some kids that send a burger into space: not aboard the Soyuz, or the Space Shuttle, not on the International Space Station, but aboard a specially-designed platform, hanging from a helium-filled balloon.
A single speeding camera in Washington, D.C., has put together collection of statistics that would be the envy of entire police forces: Over the last 23 months, the camera has issued 116,734 tickets with fines totaling $11.6 million.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, utility crews from several parts of the country, including here in the South, mobilized to help out in whatever way they could. Hundreds of vehicles in convoys headed towards the storm-ravaged areas to help restore power as soon as possible so that people affected by the storm could start to put the pieces of their lives back together. For some, it was only to be turned away.
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