This is a story about Angry Birds and a Manhattan pol who is probably going to run for mayor in 2013.
More specifically, this is a story about an Angry-Birds-inspired police raid that prompted Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer to write a letter to Police Commissioner Ray Kelly.
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Today in a New York Post Exclusive we learn of a new law being proposed that would terrify us to our core if we'd ever purchased any counterfeit bags. But since we haven't done much shopping at all, in fact, since that old recession, we can breathe easy -- for now. Still, it might behoove you ... More >>
Mmm mmm good.Smokers just can't catch a break in this city. Not only are packs up to 13 bucks a pop, those prices may be driving a rise in the Chinese black-market cigarette economy in New York, the Post reports. Exotic! You could be smoking such delicacies as "yak hair" and "chicken dropping ... More >>
The L.A. Times talks to a guy today who ended up with $800 in counterfeit bills after cashing a money order at the Post Office. He tried to spend one of the eight $100 bills he had, and almost got arrested, before insisting that he was on the receiving end of that transaction previously, and ... More >>
News item: "U.S. Government Unveils New Design for the $100 Note."
The U.S. Treasury announced today a redesigned $100 bill, aimed at stopping counterfeiters.
We have our own suggested redesign, replacing Ben Franklin with Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein.
Feeling overstuffed? No country can match Italy for the sheer variety of digestive liqueurs, called amari, which can soothe a fully belly at the end of a big meal... something you might want to look into this holiday season.
Two cases of MacKinlay's Rare Old Whisky that Ernest Sh ... More >>