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For three years, the Air Force's top leadership sought to spend counterterrorism funds on "comfort capsules" that are installed on military planes that ferry senior officers and civilian leaders around the world.

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Ha! That's hilarious. Starbuck's is closing all three stores near me - two in Papillion and one in Bellevue. Hmmm maybe if they'd done some research they'd have found that the local chain, Scooter's, is really popular here.

Sent by Sarah Lee | 10:18 AM | 7-18-2008