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Gabatron Morning Briefing – 7-30-15: World Mourns Loss Of Beloved Flesh-Eating Killing Machine

The dentist who killed Cecil the Lion has had to close his office in Minnesota. People have turned the area in front of the office into a makeshift memorial for Cecil.

Interesting Stat of the Day: 15 percent. That’s the Share of Americans who do not use the Internet.

A piece of a flaperon washed up on Réunion Island in the Indian Ocean. A flaperon is a control surface that acts both as a flap and an aileron on a Boeing 777.

In technology news, A school district in Florida started to monitor students’ and teachers’ social media posts.

People in the news, Rick Perry responded to unending criticism from Donald Trump by challenging him to a pull-up contest.

Plus, soon you might be able to sing Happy Birthday on film without getting sued.

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Gabatron Morning Briefing – 7-29-15: Attack Of The Drones

Amazon wants the FAA to create a “Drone Zone” to make it a little easier for them to use them to deliver stuff to customers.

Interesting Stat of the Day: $55,000. That’s how much a hunter bribed guide so he could kill a lion in Zimbabwe.

President Obama told a group of people in Ethiopia that if he ran for a third term, he could win.

Tom Brady’s four game suspension has been upheld by the NFL. The players union says they will appeal the decision.

In technology news, A new app called “MileHi” lets you search for people interested in meeting up at the airport and maybe even in the air while you’re traveling.

Plus, a new poll from Travelzoo ranked Chicago as the ninth-friendliest city in the U.S..

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