Tag Archive: safety

May 24 2015

VIDEO: Why I Carry a Gun (It Can Happen to You)

People always tell stories of defensive gun use, but it’s never you or someone you know. Many people think that they will never need a gun or will never have to protect themselves. I recently found myself in a dangerous situation and have no one to protect me but myself. That’s why I carry a …

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Aug 27 2014

EPA Employee Poop Scandal Worsens: DHS Involved, Workers “Terrified”

Back in June, I wrote an article about the EPA’s difficulty in determining appropriate potty behavior. All hell broke lose as employees left feces in hallways and clogged toilets with paper towels. Memos were sent out, reminding people to please mind social bathroom norms while at work and defecate only in the assigned places – …

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Jun 25 2014

EPA Email Asks Employees to Stop Pooping in the Hallway

Apparently, employees of the Environmental Protection Agency have had a little trouble determining what is and is not appropriate behavior in the workplace. In an email obtained by Government Executive, Deputy Regional Administrator Howard Cantor mentioned “several incidents” occurring in the Denver, Colorado office, including “an individual placing feces in the hallway.” Other notable events …

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Jun 13 2014

Ultimate Safety Blanket Claims to Protect Schoolchildren from Bullets and Tornadoes

There has been a wide range of proposed solutions to dealing with violence inside our schools. Ideas range from banning guns completely to arming teachers or hiring police details to patrol the hallways. An Oklahoma company, however, is proposing outfitting schools with bulletproof blankets. The aptly named Bodyguard Blanket, made by ProTecht, is being specifically …

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Nov 17 2013

Want to Fly? TSA Wants Your Fingerprints and Tax Info

The NSA isn’t the only organization going through your records and data anymore. Despite a recent report by the U.S. Government Accountability Office that basically called the $900 million Transportation Security Administration useless, the organization is upping their ante with new screening techniques and programs. The TSA currently screens passengers through their Screening of Passengers …

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