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Genius Idea: Call Tourists Terrorists

Genius Idea: Call Tourists Terrorists

Spain has made no secret that they’re over their Tourist Industry.

Sweden’s Armed Forces Embraces Rainbow Laces

Sweden’s Armed Forces Embraces Rainbow Laces

Despite KLM missing the mark with their Gay Pride Click Campaign, Sweden’s Armed Forces weren’t...

Just Sayin’: Over The Iceland Bandwagon

Just Sayin’: Over The Iceland Bandwagon

To start with, we’d like to outline for the record, that PD covered Iceland long before the rest...

Faux Tiffanys Causes Costco to Pay Up

Faux Tiffanys Causes Costco to Pay Up

A fair amount of engagement rings (2,500) at remarkable whole-sale prices has put Costco and a...

Memory Lane Monday: Duterte and Boy Scouts

Memory Lane Monday: Duterte and Boy Scouts

Sure, the Philippine National Police will go the extra mile and hour to appease their President,...

Genius Idea: YMCA Bans News Networks

News equality.Hitting the gym, without banging your head against the wall.In one of our rare Genius Idea segments that might actually be slightly genius, the Greater Scranton YMCA, in Pennsylvania, recently decided to ban 24-hour cable news channels in their facility, due to what the gym calls, “Safety concerns.”

According to the gym’s Board of Directors, cable news stations have, “Raised concerns about the safety, both physically and emotionally, of our members.”

CEO Trish Fisher echoed that safety sentiment with, “I’ve been here three years now and I really didn’t hear much about this until six months ago. So, we just want people to feel welcome here and I think this might help.”Overhyped news media.

On the one hand, our staff feels like we get enough of the mainstream media madness that we don’t need it while on the Stairmaster, but as libertarians, we never dig bans, but then again, we also believe that the establishment has the full right to make their own rules, so if they’d rather not have their patrons keel over from ulcers or deck it out over Trumpcare that is completely their prerogative.

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