A New Mexico woman kicked off an airplane at the Burlington International Airport three years ago for breast feeding her baby is suing Delta Air Lines. Negotiations failed to reach a settlement between the Atlanta-based airline and Emily Gillette. On Wednesday Gillette filed suit in U.S. District Court in Burlington. Gillette was ordered off a Delta Connections plane by a flight at Read More
This blog post in no way tries to demean the Indian male but just trying to look at their mindset from a different perspective. You should remember that a common Indian is not living in metros and working in a call center or some IT firm. Those people form less that 0.5% of the total Indian male. The average Indian is living in some small town or village. His choice of entertainment is limited to Read More
A musician has been fined $50 for killing, err, feeding a squirrel in Montreal. Westmount has the no-feeding bylaw to discourage the spread of vermin. Since he missed several court dates, the original $40 fine had risen to $455. Kert said he has since stopped feeding squirrels, but expresses his frustration in the "Squirrelgate" song on the Soundclick.com. What a creative rev Read More
New National AG Statistic Service numbers show Clark County has nearly twice as many cows as it does people. 63, 000 cows call the county home, more than any other county in Wisconsin. U.S. Census figures say about 34, 000 people live in the county. Clark County is second behind Marathon County for most milk production in the state. Read More
A new study has revealed that kids today would rather learn how to operate a computer than to learn how to ride a bike or how to swim. Software maker AVG Technologies conducted a survey amongst 2, 200 women and found that 14 percent of kids aged 4 to 5 could tie their shoes -- compared to 21 percent who knew how to use a smartphone or iPad application.
Among kids aged 2 to 5, 52 percent k Read More