Gabatron Morning Briefing – 12-15-15: Promoting Violence In A Galaxy Far, Far Away

A 7th grader in Texas was told that he could not wear a t-shirt because it had a picture of a gun. It’s a Star Wars The Force Awakens t-shirt showing a stormtropper holding a raygun. The dress code bans any symbols “promoting violence.”

Interesting Stat of the Day: 2,000 books. That’s the estimated first month sales of Marco Rubio’s book “American Dreams” from earlier this year.

Donald Trump’s campaign released a note from his doctor on Monday saying that he may be the “the healthiest individual ever elected” President.

Bill Cosby is suing seven of his accusers. Cosby claims the women “knowingly published false statements and accusations” against him.

In technology news, the FAA announced that all drones weighing between 0.55 pounds and 50 pounds must be registered by February 19th.

Plus, I’d like to introduce you to Stephen Bassett, a name you’ve probably never heard of. Stephen is the only lobbyist in Washington fighting for a group that for too long has had their voiced silenced in the political arena. He’s the first lobbyist to tackle the issues of UFO’s, the Roswell crash and alien abductions.

Each morning Keith Conrad will give you a few stories useful for starting conversations around the water cooler at work. Assuming that your office actually has a water cooler.

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