7 Clicks (April 24, 2017)

7 Clicks
A Weird Universe News Service
April 24, 2017

Can't Possibly Be True: Backpacking white college kids frolicking in poor Asian countries--and begging locals to crowdfund them. [The Coverage (Malaysia)]

Nor This One: Ms. I. H. Spjut, a California restaurant server, born in 1998 with the birth name Isis Harambe Spjut. [Daily Dot]

U-S-A! U-S-A! District of Columbia officials, after complaints from merchants, airport workers, and others, change their driver's license to "Washington, D.C." because "District of Columbia" confuses the 9th-grade-Civics dropouts. [WTOP Radio]

"Kenya Cancels Primaries After Too Many Voters Turn Up"--Deutsche Press-Agentur headline via Deutsche Welle

Let's not get carried away: Police chief in Avondale, Ariz., swore in his new officer, a "drug-sniffing" bearded dragon
[UPI.com]

See? Not just Wall Street gets off clean. The United Nations-backed tribunal prosecuting Cambodia's 1.7m killing-field victims have just 3 notches in 11 yrs. [NY Times]

It's a shack (with an upscale bathroom), but was listed at $495k, sold for $755k. Oakland, Calif.,'s tony Rockridge. [SFGate.com]

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They┬┤re prosecuting the victims in Cambodia?
Posted by F.U.D. on 04/26/17 at 04:14 AM
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