Archive for November, 2012

29 Nov 2012

Stupid Criminal: Bank thief claimed he was shortchanged #DailyDumb

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Interesting article posted on Turnto10.com. Recently in Syracuse, New York 28-year old, Arthur Bundrage went into a bank claiming he was short changed after he had demanded $20,000 from the workers of the bank. Bundrage was said to have left the bank and then return back to ask for more money which helped lead to […]

29 Nov 2012

Westport police arrest 2 New York men for stealing large quantities of books worth $868. At least they’re trying to educate themselves #DailyDumb

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Interesting article posted on Ctboom.com. Dumb and books might not appear in the same sentence very often. Criminals trying to steal almost $900.00 of books in plain sight might speak volumes. Westport police may have a hard time figuring the logistics of this. There were two suspects who tried to get away on foot, and […]

28 Nov 2012

Effort afoot to allow guns on Mont. campuses – where do you stand in this debate?

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Here’s an article worth a read posted on Mtstandard.com. Current laws state that only trained and certified security officials can possess weapons on school grounds in Montana, but a push is being made to try and extend those rights to a broader audience. This piece details both sides of this controversial topic, explaining the pros […]

28 Nov 2012

Universities get failing grades on campus freedom

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Here’s an article worth a read posted on Fullcomment.nationalpost.com. Concerns have raised about universities being hostile towards free speech of students and faculty. Many Canadian universities and student unions were involved in a recent indexing and 35 were given failing grades for improperly stifling free speech. In all, universities averaged just on the cusp of […]

28 Nov 2012

UGA student charged with underage possession of alcohol and fake ID after noise complaint – #Busted!

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Interesting article posted on Redandblack.com. A UGA student was alleged to be in possession of a fake ID and alcohol on Saturday at 9:55pm in Church Hall. According to the officer, there were eight cans of alcohol and two bottles found in the residence’s trash, which were discovered when they came to the room to […]

28 Nov 2012

LRSD Parent Pushes for Stricter Security After Fight Goes Viral – Do you agree with her campaign?

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Interesting article posted on Arkansasmatters.com. An Arkansas mom may have more than one fight on her hands. She was a substitute teacher at the time, witnessing her daughter in trouble. She tried to make school officials aware of trouble brewing, but it might have fell on confusing ears. Policies in the Little Rock school district may […]

28 Nov 2012

Mesa Vista High School Considers Implementing Student IDs

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Here’s an article worth a read posted on My.hsj.org. The principle and staff of Mesa Vista High School are considering implementing student ID cards for all students. They feel there are certain advantages to the ID cards, claiming they will help them to better integrate with local colleges, where some students take additional classes. The […]

28 Nov 2012

The Benefits of Using a Biometric ID Card System

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Biometric data contains information about a person’s body. These days, it’s common for businesses to rely on biometric security systems by issuing individual employees with an ID card which holds information such as their fingerprint, voice recognition, iris, facial movement and body movement. The most commonly used body part for biometric security is a fingerprint. […]