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8/22/2013 6:00:00 AM
Column: Filner refuses to end Stop & Frisk program
Argus Hamilton
Argus Hamilton
Argus Hamilton
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Manhattan's federal judge banned the city's Stop and Frisk policy last Friday. Its use varies. In New York, Stop and Frisk is used by cops to pat down suspects on the street and in San Diego Stop and Frisk is used by the city's mayor to make sure he's not dreaming.

Chevrolet introduced its seventh-generation Corvette, which is de-signed for young drivers They said the average age of a Corvette driver is 60. However that averages out to 45, if you factor in the 30-year-old stripper in the passenger seat.

Olympic star Oscar Pistorius was indicted in South Africa for killing his lover. He shot her four times through the bathroom door, saying he thought she was a burglar. He wants to move the trial to L.A. where a man is innocent until he tries to steal his memorabilia back.

The White House re-leased video of the First Family's new dog Sunny on Monday. She will undergo the usual training. Sunny will stay in the White House Press Room until sitting up and begging and rolling over are second nature.

President Obama met the legendary undefeated Miami Dolphins team of 40 years ago at the White House. They even scored a Super Bowl TD on a pass play drawn up for them by President Richard Nixon. It's the only blemish on an otherwise perfect record.

Dick Van Dyke's Jaguar caught fire as he was driving on a freeway in L.A. Monday. His rescuer pulled him out through the driver's window just before the Jag exploded. It's a tribute to Dick Van Dyke that eyewitnesses said they never laughed so hard in their lives.







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