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Thursday, November 7, 2013

Headlines Du Jour ► Thursday, November 7, 2013

Headlines Du Jour is a cornucopia of news headlines lovingly picked at the height of freshness for your reading pleasure. Headlines Du Jour comprising many topics and many interests, but from news paths less traveled.


IN ENVIRONMENTAL NEWS:


Island of debris the size of TEXAS from 2011
Japanese tsunami is headed straight for the U.S.

• Part of the over one million tons of debris dispersed in the Pacific,
the trash island is located northeast of the Hawaiian Islands
• The first documented tsunami debris to reach California arrived in April 2013
• Boats, a dock, a soccer ball, and motorcycle have all been
identified on the West Coast as confirmed tsunami debris




IN EDUCATION PRISON NEWS:


MAYORS' CORNER:

► This is not a comedy skit ◄
Mayor Ford leads children through his office
As part of Take Our Kids To Work Day, the confessed crack
cocaine user showed some kids where he works and parties. Sure!

The world tries in vain to understand Rob Ford
Outside Canada, the Rob Ford saga continues to mystify and amuse

Analysis - Rob Ford crack scandal:
Why Toronto's mayor finally fessed up

Inside the 'mind-boggling' PR strategy of Toronto's embattled mayor over past 6 months

► From the Wayback Machine ◄


► Troy, Michigan shows Toronto how it's done ◄


A TORY deputy mayor has sparked outrage by calling for disabled
kids to be guillotined to avoid wasting cash on their care.

BULLY CORNER:



Florida law could make Richie Incognito pay triple teammate's salary in damages

PAT ROBERTSON FOR PRESIDENT NEWS:



IN POKER NEWS:



23-year-old Ryan Riess wins $8.4 million prize

WAIT!!! WHAT???




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