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Loverofblues - Illinois gets below-normal rain and temperatures - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Temps here. How about global? That is world wide.
1950Brutus - Burlington, IA considering requirement for toy gun cases - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
If they want my light saber they will need to pry open my cold, dead hands.
WarCry - Burlington, IA considering requirement for toy gun cases - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
I know what they're trying to do her, but they need to tighten up the language if they're serious. this could - COULD - lead to kids getting misdemeanors for their toy ray-guns. Things like Airsoft DO look very real - real enough to use as movie props, in fact. Paintball guns are iffy (most guns don't have a Coke-bottle-looking magazine or a compressed air tank on them). If they're…
qfingers - Illinois gets below-normal rain and temperatures - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Hadn't you heard? Global Warming -> Climate Change -> Climate Disruption -> Weather They've started figuring out that weather changes so now no matter what happens they're right. I get a kick out of reading NASA's explanation of global warming just recently updated due to a correction they had to make to U.S. data
QuincyJournal - Burlington, IA considering requirement for toy gun cases - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
"...or replica of a firearm." I guess that would be it, eh? BG

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7 months, 2 weeks ago From latimes.com

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The federal government on Monday sold its remaining shares of General Motors Co. stock, ending the controversial $49.5-billion bailout of the automaker with an approximately $10.5-billion loss for taxpayers.

"This marks one of the final chapters in the administration's efforts to protect the broader economy by providing support to the automobile industry," Treasury Secretary Jacob J. Lew said.

President Obama's decision to continue the bailouts of GM and Chrysler, begun in late 2008 under former President George W. Bush, helped avoid a collapse of the U.S. auto industry, Lew said.

QUIZ: How well do you understand the Fed stimulus?

Obama tied the additional money to requirements that GM and Chrysler go through government-led bankruptcy restructurings that left taxpayers owning parts of both companies.

In 2011, Treasury closed the books on its $12.5-billion bailout of Chrysler and took about a $1.3-billion loss.

 

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