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- Are you not reading this little morning news round-up today? Perhaps that is because you are stuck at home, not working, without the Internets, on account of the snow. [AP]
- Meet the TJX hacker, a man who terrified millions when he accessed the records of TJX, Dave & Buster's, and other places where people would not want anyone to know they'd been shopping or visiting. [Wired News]
- It appears that the men who stole the inspirational Nazi slogan "Arbeit Macht Frei" were not ideologically or politically motivated, but instead were common Polish thieves. [JTA]
- Protest-happy Iranians took the funeral of Grand Ayatollah Hossein Ali Montazeri, a cleric at the helm of the country's opposition movement, and turned that into a yet another occasion for protest. And the Basij came in and cracked some skulls, as is their wont. [Washington Post]
- Most out-of-work Americans have yet to land themselves a coveted "real job," but literally dozens have found success as temp workers! [New York Times]
- Will nobody save the beloved and quirky Saab from certain death? Dutch luxury carmaker Spyker might be up to the task. [Reuters]