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Security Measure For Shoe Attacks [Pic]

Security Measure For Shoe Attacks [Pic]

A Saudi man has offered $10 million for the shoes of Iraqi journalist/shoe thrower Muntadar Al Zaidi. The offer comes from sixty-year-old fromSaudi Arabia. He describes the shoes as a “medal of freedom,” for which he is willing to sell most of his properties.

Toyota Projects Loss For The First Time In 70 Years

Toyota Projects Loss For The First Time In 70 Years

But the world’s largest vehicle manufacturer by sales volume and market value said it now expects to post a fiscal-year operating loss of nearly $1.7 billion, a dramatic turnaround from the $13.9 billion operating profit Toyota had forecast earlier this year and revised operating profit of $6.7 billion that it released in November. Media reports in Japan said it would be the first operating loss since just after the firm was founded in 1937.

People Giving Up Pets As Economy Falters

People Giving Up Pets As Economy Falters

The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals have a big job at hand and recently began a program called Help Out Pets Everywhere (HOPE) to provide food, medical care and temporary homes for pets belonging to families with financial difficulties. They received about eighteen applications in the first week, some of those people have never experienced hardship until now, and therefore, neither have their pets.

Top 10 Reasons For A Paved Path To Financial Hell

Top 10 Reasons For A Paved Path To Financial Hell

Leaving your money management to others (and often, the wrong people!). Strangely enough, not many people are too concerned about their finances, thinking that others will take care of it for them. This explains why most of us “jump shelters” from our parents to our employers and maybe the government. We erroneously assume that a “responsible” boss or government would help take care of our finances.

Holiday Spending Down Christmas Trees Still In Demand

Holiday Spending Down Christmas Trees Still In Demand

Americans don’t appear to be ready to give up their Christmas trees amid a slumping economy, but they are downsizing to save money. There may be fewer presents under that Christmas tree this year, but it seems few families are giving up the tradition of having a tree.

Retail sales dip to the lowest in 35 years and unemployment hit a 14-year high, Christmas tree sales however holding steady in the gloom, according to growers, sellers and industry analysts.

Woman Gets 55 Years For Writing Bad Checks

Woman Gets 55 Years For Writing Bad Checks

Because of her record, Vaughn gave her the maximum for probation violation: 11 five-year state jail terms, all to be servedconsecutively, adding up to 55 years. Each five-year term is for the 11 offenses for which she served four years in state prison.

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