Month: July 2019
A police department is handing out coupons, not tickets, to people who follow the law. Not everyone is thrilled. – Washington Post
A police department is handing out coupons, not tickets, to people who follow the law. Not everyone is thrilled. Washington Post The Tempe Police Department described their approach as a “Positive Ticketing Campaign” and clarified that no drivers would be pulled over.
Tempe Police are ‘positive ticketing,’ but no, they’re not pulling over good drivers – 12news.com KPNX
Tempe Police are ‘positive ticketing,’ but no, they’re not pulling over good drivers 12news.com KPNX Tempe police handing out free drink coupons for obeying traffic laws FOX 10 News Phoenix Cops aren’t really ‘ticketing’ drivers with Circle K coupons INSIDER Tempe, Arizona Cops Deny Ever Planning to Pull Over Good Drivers for Coupon Giveaway Law & Crime UPDATED: Police pulling over good drivers with ‘positive ticketing campaign’ Washington Examiner View full coverage on Google News
TL;DR: Score a fancy Calphalon knife block set for up to $90 off when you order from Amazon. August is nearly upon us, and you know what that means: It’s apple-picking season, my dudes. The beginning of the month marks the official start to several weeks of peak harvesting for the juicy red fruit, which means two things: For one, everyone you follow on Instagram is about to go to
TL;DR: The ultra-portable Nintendo Switch Lite is the newest iteration of the handheld console that changed it all, and you can pre-order yours now for $199.99. The Nintendo Switch was the console that changed handheld gaming forever. A small, portable device that could support huge games like The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild on-the-go? One that you could place on a dock and seamlessly transfer your gameplay to
TL;DR: This leak-proof food storage set from Rubbermaid contains 18 pieces in total, and you can get it all for just $19.26 at Walmart — a savings of $10. Nothing hits quite like a good batch of leftovers from the night before — they just inexplicably taste better (don’t believe us? Here’s proof). But if you don’t have anything to store those lovely food scraps in, you’re out of luck.
No matter what space you call home, from dorm rooms, studios, or even your parents’ basement, vacuums are one tool you just can’t live without. Dyson is a brand that essentially dominates the vacuum market: Their products have not only become a household name but a household essential as well. SEE ALSO: Dyson’s newest creation, the V11 Torque Drive, is $100 off at Walmart As avid shoppers, we all
TL;DR: The versatile Lodge five-piece cast iron cookware set is on sale for $69.95, saving you $80. I knew I was creeping into adulthood when I put a cast iron skillet on my Christmas wish list a few years ago, and I knew it even more so when I excitedly tore into the wrapping paper that contained that heavy piece of cookware. I’d been excited about kitchen appliances before, like
Snapchat is finally growing again, and it’s using that momentum to engage in some (not so) subtle trolling of its biggest rival: Instagram. Snap introduced a new ad campaign that’s all about promoting Snapchat as the home for “real friends.” The implications, of course, being that other platforms aren’t about “real friends.” Think that’s too subtle? Well, just in case there was any question of what they really meant, Snap
Paige Thompson is accused of stealing the financial records of over 100 million Americans, but a self-described longtime friend says the situation is significantly more complicated than it first appears. The Department of Justice on Monday announced the arrest of Thompson, a 33-year-old former Amazon employee. Federal authorities alleged in a criminal complaint that she exploited a misconfigured firewall to access millions of Capital One customers’ records via a cloud
By now, you’ve likely heard about Equifax’s settlement with the FTC for its massive data breach in 2017. News spread quickly regarding the restitution, a possible $125 cash payment (or 10 years of free credit monitoring services) to the nearly 150 million affected. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez even tweeted about it. However, if you’re only requesting $125 from Equifax, you’re not asking for enough. If you spent hours dealing with the fallout,