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-- a bit ambivalent on an outbreak of protests in Spain and strikes and riots in Greece -- more austerity cuts.
And a bad hangover in the US stocks down as much as 2% and Asia and Europe.
And US signs of a rebound in housing as prices rise four months in a row month over month.
And now are at their highest level in almost two years prices up almost 6% since the start of the year -- the strongest year to date gain since 2005.
California governor Jerry Brown signing a new state law allowing test drives of driver less cars so long as a human is at the wheel for the inevitable but.
This at the behest of Google which has a computer controlled car that can navigate the crooked street in the world.
Lombard street in San Francisco no driver necessary.
And replacement referees.
Replace -- Las Vegas oddsmakers say 300 million dollars changed hands because of that bad bogus call.
Wrongly awarding a last play a game winning touchdown to the Seahawks over the Packers on Monday night.
President Obama and Mitt Romney both speaking out against the bad call.
That 300 million dollar figure puts this NFL spat in a new context.
The league -- and ten billion dollars a year and has let this fight go on.
Over -- pay difference of just three million dollars that is three dollars out of 101000 bucks.
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