Tag Archives: Harper’s Weekly Review

Not as if we need another reason to loathe the filthy rich, but…

From Harper’s Weekly Review: The island of Vieques, in Puerto Rico, was inaccessible for up to 12 hours because a ferry was being used to transport trucks and supplies to a millionaire’s wedding.

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One car stolen w/man inside, one job offer, two shaggy dogs and Halloween crim misdemeanor.

From today’s Harper’s Weekly Review: “It was all very surreal,” said a man who slept in his car, dreamed the vehicle was stolen, and then woke up to discover the car had actually been stolen and then crashed while he … Continue reading

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Tidbits from the wonderful world of Amazon

From Harper’s Weekly Review: In Robbinsville, New Jersey, a robot at an Amazon factory accidentally punctured a can of bear repellent, which sent two dozen workers to the emergency room; a nearly identical incident had occurred at a Haslet, Texas, … Continue reading

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