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What To Do About Drones - Cnn.com

AROUND YOUR TOWN for Thursday, January 29, 2015 | The Sierra Vista Herald

lead quickly. Amazon's new Prime Air, for a start, would likely have problems conducting business in this country, at a time when France has recently announced its national postal service will be conducting drone operations in the near future. And in its recent unveiling of Project Wing, another potential drone delivery service, Google X conducted its testing and flight demonstrations in Australia , which is known for its more drone-friendly policies. Ultimately, the key question is whether more streamlined and coherent FAA policies could have prevented incidents such as the drone crash on the White House lawn.
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American Legion Post 52 will host a aBig Game Partya on Sunday, Feb. 1. The football game starts at 4:30 p.m.
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Miss Universe Controversy: Did Miss Jamaica Lose Due To Her Short Haircut?

According to Fennell, the obvious answers were Usain Bolt (the record-breaking Olympic athlete) and Bob Marley (the iconic reggae singer). While the answers werent exactly world peace level, its felt that her insufficient response contributed heavily to her loss. However there is a far more unusual reason the Jamaica representative is believed to have missed out on the Miss Universe crown her short hair. Heres the Hairstyle You MUST See from the Miss Universe Pageant: http://t.co/9mGAahFq9y pic.twitter.com/9pBnGLy6NF Teen Vogue (@TeenVogue) January 27, 2015 It was hard not to notice the fact that this Miss Universe contestant had the shortest hair out of practically everyone in the competition. One only needed to look at images of her being congratulated by other contestants to see that Miss Jamaicas Halle Berry-esque hairstyle was unique in the sea of hair extensions surrounding her. I dont have long tresses like everyone else, Im just representing myself, and thats what beauty pageants are all about. While some would think that her unique look would give her a leg up on the Miss Universe competition, it seems that having short hair may have hurt Miss Jamaica.
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No drones: FAA only wants pigskin in the air at Super Bowl - CNN.com

The event will also feature art, jewelry and other craft vendors, along with performances by the Greek Tycoons Band and St. Barbaras Hellenic dancers. Patrons can also participate in a raffle. Each of the 1,500 tickets costs $100.
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McDonald's in US vs. UK: How New British CEO May Transform the Burger Chain - ABC News

PHOTO: Only if youre at a McDonalds in the U.K. Other items found in British locations: Toffee and Honeycomb McFlurry, Chocolatey Donut and Mixed Berry and Custard Pie. Hide Caption 5 of 11 Evolution of camera drones 11 photos Evolution of camera drones This drone, hovering above a beach in southern France in 2009, carried a thermal-imaging camera -- designed to let scientists check levels of pollution in the sea. Hide Caption 6 of 11 Evolution of camera drones 11 photos Evolution of camera drones By 2010, drones being exhibited at major high-tech conventions included the ability to monitor the camera's output wirelessly -- and in real-time -- using cellphones. Hide Caption 7 of 11 Evolution of camera drones 11 photos Evolution of camera drones Drones soon became features of major sports events. Here, Canada's Erik Guay competes beneath a drone during an Alpine skiing World Cup downhill race in early 2012. Hide Caption 8 of 11 Evolution of camera drones 11 photos Evolution of camera drones A year later, this drone is seen hovering above the field during a National Rugby League game between Australian sides Manly Warringah Sea Eagles and the Sydney Roosters. Hide Caption 9 of 11 Evolution of camera drones 11 photos Evolution of camera drones Increasingly, pro athletes are using drones for their own benefit. French snowboarder Xavier de le Rue is pictured working on a drone prototype in the summer of 2014.
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Greek Glendi fest features wine as part of heritage - The Observer Group

All of the eggs across the entire British menu are free-range and have been for 10 years, McDonald's U.K. website states. McDonald's corporate website states that it hopes to begin purchasing verified sustainable beef in 2016 worldwide. With different meat sourcing standards in the U.K., McDonald's website states that it uses only 100 percent British and Irish beef burger patties and 100 percent British pork. The British McDonald's has used sustainably-sourced fish since 2001 and carry the Marine Sewardship Council (MSC) eco-label. In 2013, McDonald's in the U.S. said it would carry the MSC eco-label .
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