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Curses, Foiled Again Surveillance video of an attempted break-in at a Chicago bar showed the would-be burglar removing the lock on the front door. He got no further, police Officer Jose Estrada said, because instead of obeying the sign on the door that read “PUSH,” he kept aggressively pulling. He finally left in frustration. (Chicago’s DNAInfo.com) Brain Freeze

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Property Rites The Broward (Fla.) Property Appraiser’s Office denied agricultural tax exemptions to 127 properties that it said used a common practice called “rent-a-cow” to qualify. In one case, Corrections Corporation of America, the private company that runs state prisons, paid a land seller $10 a year to keep a few cows on the property so it got the tax break. Broward Property Appraiser Lori Parrish said declassifying the property will save the county $50,000. (Miami’s WPLG-TV) Performance Anxiety

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