Man Sentenced to 30 Days in Jail For Showing Up Early to Work

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“I was stunned. I didn’t know what to think. I was shocked”

Man Sentenced to 30 Days in Jail For Showing Up Early to WorkSource: Jay Syrmopoulos | Free Thought Project |

A suburban Atlanta garbage collector has been incarcerated after being arrested for starting work too early.

The sanitation worker, Kevin McGill, was sentenced to 30 days in jail after being cited for simply picking up the trash shortly after 5 a.m., one time.

A Sandy Springs city ordinance only allows for the hauling of trash between the hours of 7 a.m. and 7 p.m.

McGill was shocked when prosecutor Bill Riley requested the maximum penalty for violating the ordinance.

“I was stunned. I didn’t know what to think. I was shocked,” said McGill.

According to ABC 7, McGill had only been on the job for three months.

To sentence this man to 30 days of being held hostage by the state for being early for work one day, seems…

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37 Photos of Ridiculously Happy Animals Guaranteed to Make You Smile

Emilio Cogliani

Smile, it’s the weekend! But just in case you had a rough go of it this week and your glass feels more like it’s half-empty than half-full, here is a collection of 37 adorable photos featuring animals so ridiculously happy they’re guaranteed to send you off into the weekend smiling.

Seriously, if we were in a punny mood we’d call it a smiley back guarantee. So scroll down and just try to keep a grin from spreading across your face as you do… we dare you!

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Take Action: Petition Demanding Obama Administration Prosecute Endangered Species Killers

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Let the Obama administration know we want killers of endangered species to be prosecuted. Do it for Echo and all endangered species!


From the Endangered Species Coalition 


A little known and decades old Department of Justice policy is protecting the killers of endangered grizzly bears, whooping cranes, California condors and wolves.

The so-called “McKittrick Policy” was enacted after a Montana man gunned down a wolf and later claimed he had thought he was firing on a dog. He was prosecuted, though the Department of Justice (DOJ) later decided to accept his self-exoneration by claimed ignorance and has clung to that policy of inaction for years.

Endangered species need to be protected from hunters that can simply claim they did not know what they were shooting at.

Tell President Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder to drop the McKittrick Policy and…

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Immediate Help Needed: Keep Whales and Dolphins Out of Captivity

Exposing the Big Game


March 5, 2015


NOTE: I think it important that form letters and emails be avoided and that the calls not be identified with an organization to help prevent reactions from legislators who will vote against anything “animal”.

Immediate Help Needed: Keep Whales and Dolphins Out of Captivity

Who: All Washington State residents, any age. Young people who do not want to see whales and dolphins in captivity are encouraged to call when their parents do.

What: Contact your legislators. Washington State Legislature House Bill 2115 would prohibit captivity of whales, dolphins and porpoise for entertainment and exploitation. It is under attack and being blocked from leaving the Rules Committee which decides if a bill will proceed to debate and vote by the full Washington State House of Representatives.

When: Now. All bills must be voted out of the House by Wednesday or they…

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Prince William Urges China To Fight Against Illegal Poaching | Ecorazzi

Life or Lunch?

prince-william-592x398Prince William finished his visit to China by condemning illegal wildlife trafficking and calling on the country to be a world leader in the fight against it.

The Duke of Cambridge ended his four-day tour of China with a speech at the Xishuangbanna Elephant Sanctuary in Yunnan Province on Wednesday.

“It is appalling that elephants – and many others – may be extinct in the wild in our lifetimes,” he said, while also mentioning that the extinction of other animals such as rhinos and pangolins would be “an immeasurable loss to the whole of humanity.”

Just last December, the Prince revealed his intention to target China, a country with the highest demand for illegal wildlife products, like ivory, in front of the World Bank.

But Prince William made sure to praise China in his speech for its “contribution to the protection of wildlife in Africa,” as well as for its implementation…

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Why You Should Never Sign a Cell Phone Contract Again