Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Positive News for June 3rd- June 9th


SLIM JIM FACTORY PROMOTES PRODUCT REPUTATION
Beef jerky stick and extreme snack consumption pioneer Slim Jim, enforced its product’s alternative lifestyle branding with a spontaneous display of excitement inside one of its North Carolina factories. The spontaneous display caught most of the factory’s own workers completely by surprise with a sudden burst of energy enveloping the entire area. The Slim Jim factory’s powerful action legitimizes the sense of adventure Slim Jim attempts to provide toward anyone associated with the extreme dried meat stick. Fearing students at a nearby Wake County elementary and middle school might fall under the influence of Slim Jim’s marketing play, school officials chose to keep students inside. [click for SILVER LINING]


NORTH KOREA GRANTS 12-YEAR RESIDENCE TO U.S JOURNALISTS
The government of North Korea has given two American journalists the reporting opportunity of a lifetime Monday by granting them 12-year residence inside the elusive communist country. Current TV journalists Laura Ling and Euna Lee are the lucky recipients of the honor allowing them the opportunity to experience North Korean life first hand under the protective eye of the nation’s government. Though neither Ling nor Lee will be allowed to publish their reports during their 12-year adventure, they will most certainly share of the experience upon the completion of their stay. [click for SILVER LINING]


AIRLINE INDUSTRY SUPPORTS ON-THE-JOB TRAINING
A review of the airline industry’s National Transportation Safety Board records has revealed a spirit of on-the-job training amongst many pilots throughout the domestic United States. Traditionally pilots have been subject to rigorous training and simulated flight training exercises meant to ensure their level of aptitude before receiving accreditation by the Federal Aviation Administration. In contrast the results of the NTSB records suggest contemporary pilots are given an opportunity to improve on their aviary shortcomings and personal growth while piloting full commercial flights about the country. [click for SILVER LINING]

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