'Morning Edition' Returns: Stupid Human Tricks An Ohio sixth grader is suspended for bringing the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue to school. An airport security screener in Denver is disciplined for putting himself through the X-ray machine. And a couple in Buffalo, N.Y., walk out from the airport with two boxes of human organs -- they meant to pick up marijuana packages.
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'Morning Edition' Returns: Stupid Human Tricks

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'Morning Edition' Returns: Stupid Human Tricks

'Morning Edition' Returns: Stupid Human Tricks

'Morning Edition' Returns: Stupid Human Tricks

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An Ohio sixth grader is suspended for bringing the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue to school. An airport security screener in Denver is disciplined for putting himself through the X-ray machine. And a couple in Buffalo, N.Y., walk out from the airport with two boxes of human organs — they meant to pick up marijuana packages.