PUBLIC DOMAIN -- Settling a long-running dispute between neighbors, a Louisiana judge ruled that a Denham Springs woman has the constitutional right to arrange her Christmas lights in the shape of a middle finger. The fact that the middle finger belongs to Santa Claus has no legal bearing on the case unless, of course, the Claus family files an objection.
BOWL BUSTER -- According to a recent sampling of collegiate football fans nationwide, the most popular Holiday playoff game is the Rose Bowl followed closely by the Cotton Bowl and the Orange Bowl. The least enjoyed New Year's Day clash is the Ty-D-Bol played annually at Porcelain Stadium in Flushing, New York.
ALLOY VEY -- Faced with the spiraling costs of base metals traditionally used to mint coins, the U.S. Treasury Department has tested 29 substitute alloys, none of which passed muster for durability. Well, one did, but no one at Treasury thinks the public could adapt to using various denominations of Chuck E. Cheese tokens.
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