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lgbtq news business A Porn Website Just Joined the Ranks of Businesses and Entertainers That Are Pulling out of North Carolina
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North Carolina has become infamous for passing a bill in March that blocks measures to protect members of the LGBTQ community from discrimination. This has caused many famous musicians, like Bruce Springsteen, to cancel their concerts. Paypal has even canceled an expansion of the company that was supposed to open in North Carolina. Now, people in the state of North Carolina can't even look at porn. 

That's right, a popular website for sexy media called XHamster has blocked all computers from North Carolina. Instead of seeing... whatever it is they were searching for, they'll see a blank screen. Eventually, they plan to replace that blank screen with a petition to repeal the law.

Via turnto10
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Sue Stenhouse was, until recently, a public servant in charge of Senior Enrichment in Cranston, Rhode Island. When a program began for teens to shovel snow for elderly folks she decided to celebrate the arrangement in a press conference. Apparently, she thought it needed more diversity. Rather than ask an actual elderly woman to stop by and be part of the assembly, she asked a middle-aged, male bus driver to do some character acting.





No one can seem to pry out a reason from her for the deception but she has since resigned. Disappointingly, it seems like no one has tried to interview the bus driver either.

denmark news politics vacation - 5024818688
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To a conservative audience (U.S. edition): Makes sense that those lazy good-for-nothing libs who want the government to do everything for them would take more time off instead of earning more through their own hard work!

To a liberal audience: Figures that that uptight band of sticks-in-the-mud cons would spend so much time working to earn and hoard their precious blu-ray players and their 51" plasma screen tvs!

~OLJ

pizza rescue news How a Pizza Delivery Driver Saved the Life of a Regular Customer
Via people
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The Marion Country Sheriff's department in Oregon shared this story on their Facebook about how the delivery drivers at a local Domino's saved the life of a loyal customer:

On Sunday, May 8th an alert Domino’s delivery driver called the Sheriff’s Office after a regular customer failed to order a pizza from the Salem area company. Tracey Hamblen, an employee at Domino’s on Silverton Road NE, called the Sheriff’s Office after not speaking with the customer in 11 days. Mr. Hamblen had formed a relationship with the victim because of the regular orders and knew he suffered form severe health issues.

When the Sheriff’s Office arrived at the residence in the 4100 block of Penticton Circle NE, they could hear a man calling for help from inside the residence. Deputies forced entry and found Kirk Alexander, age 48, of Salem down and in need of immediate medical attention.

Thanks to the quick actions of Mr. Hamblen, Mr. Alexander is in stable condition at the Salem Hospital. The Sheriff’s Office would like to personally thank Mr. Hamblen for his quick actions and willingness to take time out of his day to care for others.
Via CBS News
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A hearse driver and funeral director made a pit stop, leaving the body and coffin of the veteran they were transporting in the hearse.  They were on their way to a funeral service and left the hearse waiting in the parking lot while they took a coffee break. Both employees were fired for this thoughtless and disrespectful move when it was brought to the attention of Veterans Funeral Care, the funeral home they were working for.