Earlier today, Deminski & Doyle talked about a story regarding a woman who was arrested for assaulting her boyfriend because he wouldn't stop singing the popular song 'Thrift Shop' out loud. This story inspired me in more ways than one.
Texting or talking on a hand held cell while driving could cost you your driver's license in New Jersey soon. The Assembly yesterday passed a bill that will raise the penalties for such things, more than doubling the current fines and allowing the courts to suspend your driver's license for a third offense.
I just read that the Marshmallow Peep turns 60 years old this year. That's means Peeps are older than Bill and I. Which means Bill Doyle, whose disgust for Peeps rivals that of his disgust for celery, has had Peeps as a lifelong nemesis.
Earlier today, Bill was talking about a new survey by the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences that states what you decide to "like" on Facebook could say a lot more about you as a person than you previously thought.
A Bergen County woman was arrested for drunk driving with an 8 year old girl in the backseat. Among other charges she's facing endangering the welfare of a child. This is something everyone agrees is outrageous, inexcusa
Below is a better, longer version of the cell phone video of an Elizabeth police officer apparently punching a woman. The ACLU is now even mouthing off about this case. An internal investigation has been launched by the Elizabeth Police Department
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