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Protest Against the Church of Scientology

Minneapolis, Minnesota

June 13, 2010

Internet people called Anonymous protested against the Church of Scientology on Nicollet Mall in downtown Minneapolis. This is a monthly protest on the second Saturday of the month that has been happening since February 2008. Their complaints against Scientology are that it causes families to break up, coerces members to have abortions and makes money like a business with the tax shelter of a religion.

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Protest Against the Church of Scientology
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Protest Against the Church of Scientology

Minneapolis, Minnesota

June 13, 2010

Internet people called Anonymous protested against the Church of Scientology on Nicollet Mall in downtown Minneapolis. This is a monthly protest on the second Saturday of the month that has been happening since February 2008. Their complaints against Scientology are that it causes families to break up, coerces members to have abortions and makes money like a business with the tax shelter of a religion.

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Gaming: 3 online poker houses face fraud charges in NYC
NEW YORK — The multibillion-dollar business of the three biggest Internet poker companies became a target of federal authorities before an indictment was unsealed Friday, charging 11 people with bank fraud and illegal gambling.
Read more on Reno Gazette-Journal

Dream of luxury resort in Desert Hot Springs ends up a nightmare
An ill-fated, high-end golf resort that ultimately cost the city of Desert Hot Springs more than $ 1 million was apparently based on a previously convicted Minnesota con man’s scam.
Read more on The Desert Sun

Dahlberg Column: With Barry Bonds done, should Lance Armstrong be next?
Like most people who spend time thinking about these things, I have never been able to figure out how Lance Armstrong was able to win seven straight Tour de France races while riding clean at a time when many of his competitors were doping.
Read more on MyCentralJersey.com

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Webcam wonder: It’s Keenan’s world, for now

Webcam wonder: It’s Keenan’s world, for now
It started innocently enough, with a boy hamming it up in front of a computer webcam.
Read more on News West 9 Midland

Webcam wonder: It’s Keenan’s world, for now
It started innocently enough, with a boy hamming it up in front of a computer webcam.
Read more on CBS4 Quad Cities

Serving a Cause, 25 Cents at a Time
Anyone who visits CherryCard.org will be given 25 cents to spend for a cause. But the founder is counting on retailers, users and charities getting on board quickly.
Read more on The Tuscaloosa News

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Gaming: 3 online poker houses face fraud charges in NYC

Protest Against the Church of Scientology
Making Money On The Internet

Image by Fibonacci Blue
Protest Against the Church of Scientology

Minneapolis, Minnesota

June 13, 2010

Internet people called Anonymous protested against the Church of Scientology on Nicollet Mall in downtown Minneapolis. This is a monthly protest on the second Saturday of the month that has been happening since February 2008. Their complaints against Scientology are that it causes families to break up, coerces members to have abortions and makes money like a business with the tax shelter of a religion.

Fibonacci Blue 2010-06-12

Gaming: 3 online poker houses face fraud charges in NYC
NEW YORK — The multibillion-dollar business of the three biggest Internet poker companies became a target of federal authorities before an indictment was unsealed Friday, charging 11 people with bank fraud and illegal gambling.
Read more on Reno Gazette-Journal

Gaming: 3 online poker houses face fraud charges in NYC
NEW YORK — The multibillion-dollar business of the three biggest Internet poker companies became a target of federal authorities before an indictment was unsealed Friday, charging 11 people with bank fraud and illegal gambling.
Read more on Reno Gazette-Journal

Dahlberg Column: With Barry Bonds done, should Lance Armstrong be next?
Like most people who spend time thinking about these things, I have never been able to figure out how Lance Armstrong was able to win seven straight Tour de France races while riding clean at a time when many of his competitors were doping.
Read more on MyCentralJersey.com

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Gaming: 3 online poker houses face fraud charges in NYC
NEW YORK — The multibillion-dollar business of the three biggest Internet poker companies became a target of federal authorities before an indictment was unsealed Friday, charging 11 people with bank fraud and illegal gambling.
Read more on Mason Valley News

Gaming: 3 online poker houses face fraud charges in NYC
NEW YORK — The multibillion-dollar business of the three biggest Internet poker companies became a target of federal authorities before an indictment was unsealed Friday, charging 11 people with bank fraud and illegal gambling.
Read more on Reno Gazette-Journal

District’s building plans slowed
The Pulaski County Special School District reluctantly put its extensive building plans on hold during Tuesday night’s board meeting.
Read more on Sherwood Voice

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D.C. first in USA to offer Internet gambling

D.C. first in USA to offer Internet gambling
The District of Columbia is becoming the first U.S. jurisdiction to allow Internet gambling, trying to raise millions of dollars from the habits of online poker buffs and acting ahead of traditional gambling meccas like New Jersey and Nevada.
Read more on Lottery Post

Organised crime costing Aust b a year
A report has found organised crime costs the economy $ 15b a year due to Australians use of illegal drugs.
Read more on BigPond News

Obama’s tax return: Income down _ to .7 million
President Barack Obama is making less money than he used to, though it’s still a lot: He and wife Michelle reported income of $ 1.73 million last year, mostly from the books he’s written, according to his just-filed…
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Protest Against the Church of Scientology
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Protest Against the Church of Scientology

Minneapolis, Minnesota

June 13, 2010

Internet people called Anonymous protested against the Church of Scientology on Nicollet Mall in downtown Minneapolis. This is a monthly protest on the second Saturday of the month that has been happening since February 2008. Their complaints against Scientology are that it causes families to break up, coerces members to have abortions and makes money like a business with the tax shelter of a religion.

Fibonacci Blue 2010-06-12

Game developers pitch for money at first investment conference for their industry
Game developers pitch for money at first investment conference for their industry
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Lego Fun at Lyndhurst returns
When Arthur Gugick built a miniature version of Tarrytown’s Lyndhurst Castle out of LEGOs, he didn’t realize it would inspire an annual tradition in the Lower Hudson Valley.
Read more on The Journal News

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Pint-sized YouTube phenom turns Internet fame into a new kind of stardom – but will it last?
ELMHURST, Ill. – It started innocently enough, with a boy hamming it up in front of a computer webcam. He was doing what teens often do when they stand in front of mirrors: Lip-syncing to a popular song, acting goofy, being himself, as if the world wasn’t watching.
Read more on Brandon Sun

CherryCard Pairs Charitable Giving With Everyday Purchases
Anyone who visits CherryCard.org will be given 25 cents to spend for a cause. But the founder is counting on retailers, users and charities getting on board quickly.
Read more on New York Times

Internet gambling sites owners charged with fraud
NEW YORK (Reuters) – The owners of three of the largest Internet poker companies operating in the United States were accused on Friday of tricking regulators and banks into processing billions of dollars of illegal Internet gambling proceeds.
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Organised crime costs bn a year
ORGANISED crime costs the economy $ 15 billion a year because Australians are among the world’s biggest users of illegal party drugs, a report says.
Read more on The Courier Mail

Wilkie ‘can’t remember’ alleged Hitler salute
Independent MP Andrew Wilkie says he has no recollection of allegedly ordering teenage Army cadets to salute the anniversary of Adolf Hitler’s rise to power during his time at the “insane” Duntroon Military College.
Read more on Australian Broadcasting Corporation

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