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And now some fresh pickings from the political grapevine.
A travel blogger says he was kicked off -- United Airlines flight last month for taking a picture of an empty seat.
Matthew -- told KYW TV had just boarded his flight when he snapped a picture on his iPhone.
He says a flight attendant told him no pictures were allowed.
It's a rules stated in the airline's in flight magazine quote the use of still and video cameras is permitted only for recording personal events.
Clint says he explained he was a travel blogger and he put his phone away but.
Was escorted off the plane and booked on a later flight.
United says quote we welcome customers to record their personal experiences on board provided.
They don't take photos or videos of customers and crew members without their consent.
Clinton maintains there were no people in his picture.
He says after blogging about his ordeal the airline offered him a modest compensation but no apology.
Super Bowl most valuable player Joseph Flacco has signed.
A six year 120 million dollar contract with the Baltimore Ravens making him the highest paid player in NFL history -- Thanks to a little geography the quarterback is not taking home more money than any other NFL player.
Americans for Tax Reform points out.
-- decision to stay in Baltimore means that he is on the hook for a combined marginal income tax rate.
A 51 point 98%.
For a total tax liability.
Of ten point 44 million dollars per year.
Drew Brees of the New Orleans Saints the second highest earner in the NFL we'll take home an estimated 470000.
Dollars more a year than -- And finally Columbia University is the victim of a costly string of deaths the Columbia spectator reports students are stealing Mattel.
From the dining.
Last month the undergraduate cafeteria started serving in the hazelnut spread.
Since then students have been going through about 100 pounds of it per day 100 pounds it appears diners had finally been eating it.
But hoarding it to take back to their dorm rooms.
At a price tag of about 2500 dollars for the first week alone.
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