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Now some fresh pickings from the political grapevine Supreme Court justice Stephen Breyer has been robbed again.
The Washington Post reports his Washington home was burglarized and 3500 dollars worth of cutlery and candle sticks for stolen.
A Supreme Court spokesman says no court documents were taken and no one was home at the time.
In February a Gartner with a machete stole a thousand dollars from Breyer and some guests at his home in the Caribbean.
That incident pushed congress to allocate nearly a million dollars to hire a dozen new Supreme Court officers.
Talk about rocky road armed environmental police shut down an ice cream stand in Massachusetts at her Mother's Day weekend.
And stood guard to make sure potential customers were turned away.
Officer said the operator had not -- construction permits to make improvements to the standing great brook farm state park.
This the operator says is -- when -- can't quote the reason I'm here and the purpose of having me here is to improve the facility and operated commercial dairy farm.
I'm making improvements every single day and half for 26 years.
Finally the sagging world economy has claimed yet more victims.
Topless dancers at the famous Crazy Horse nightclub in Paris and gone on strike complaining of scanty wages.
The club was forced to cancel performances this week for the first time since the cabaret was created in 1951.
One of the dancers laments quote what's wrong is we are asked to work 24 days per month for a pay that is worse than miserable.
A spokesman for the night club declined to comment on the.
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