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From AJR,   June/July 2006

Take 2   

By AJR Staff
     


Guess he got tired of the downtown loft scene..
"Was Christ headed to suburbs?"
(Cincinnati Post)

OUCH!
Prosecutors and police debate merits of stings
(Baltimore Messenger)

Ride 'em, Fishy!
"There was even a mechanical bull ride, owned and operated by David Paris, that let many a brave sole try their luck at staying on a much tamer version of the real thing."
(Florida's Williston Pioneer Sun News)

Ya Think?
Teens' Suicides Breed Anxiety
(Washington Post)

Taste and Sensitivity Award
Butts' competitive juices ignite Dogs
(Jackson, Mississippi's Clarion-Ledger)

Still Noisy
Jurors hear screams of dead
(Tacoma, Washington's News Tribune)

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