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Survival and defeat in Silicon Valley slum – Berkshire Eagle Online

Drivers should come on post through Gate 2, off Rogers Lane, to access general admission parking. Gate 2 will open at 1:00 p.m. on July 5. Conklin Field can hold around 4,000 vehicles for parking but attendees should plan on wearing comfortable shoes because there is a little bit of a walk from the parking area to the concert venue. According to Lt. Billy Allen, Fort Sill Police Department, those parking on Conklin Field will have to walk from the field, through a low-water crossing onto the field. Allen said Key Gate, off of I-44 will close at noon on July 5.
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Residents of the Jungle are well aware of the affluent world that lies just outside its borders. They call it “going up,” walking the dirt path up to busy Story Road, where fleets of cars, rumbling delivery trucks, packed city buses and minivans of families heading to Happy Hollow Park and Zoo across the street never notice the despair below. It’s just one long block from the city’s municipal ballpark and San Jose State University’s stadium.
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TSA officials warn of credit card knives at airports | Tampa Bay Times

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Among the most popular models is the “Cardsharp” folding safety knife, made by the British company Iain Sinclair. The brand retails online for as little as $3. It is touted as less bulky than a pocket knife, sharp as a surgeon’s scalpel and a good tool for food preparation and outdoor utilities. It’s hard to say why the knives are showing up at airports with increasing frequency. Doug Ritter, chairman of Knife Rights Inc., an advocacy group for knife enthusiasts, suspects the answer is simply that more people are buying them, carrying them and forgetting that they have them in their wallets. “Nowadays there are a bunch of companies that make knives sized to fit in a wallet, whereas 10 years ago there were only one or two,” he said.
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