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MAYOR OFFERS TO CHANGE HIS TITLE TO “SUGARDADDIE” FOR $1MILLION: The latest publicity stunt from SugarDaddie.com could result in a Georgia mayor changing his title to “SugarDaddie.” According to Darren Shuster, the spokesman for SugarDaddie.com, Mayor Gary Pirkle of Sugar Hill, Georgia has made a counterproposal to SugarDaddie.com’s offer to pay $3.75 million to rename his city after the website. Mayor Pirkle would change his title to “Sugardaddie” for a period of one year in exchange for $1 million. He also offered to let Sugardaddie.com pay for and erect a bronze statue of a gold digger to represent the city’s gold mining past as tie in with the site’s “gold digger” image. (Patch.com)

: A woman armed her 7-year-old daughter with pepper spray and encouraged her to use it against the employees at a Pennslyvania dollar store on Monday. Delaina Garling had previously been banned from the Family Dollar Store in Upper Darby for an alleged theft. When she returned, employees tried to escort her from the building but she doused them with pepper spray. After she was tackled to the ground, she passed the can to her daughter and said, “You know what to do, baby. Spray it!” According to the police, the girl never used the spray. http://www.opposingviews.com/i/society/crime/delaina-garling-tells-7-year-old-daughter-pepper-spray-family-dollar-store-employees

: The TSA said a woman didn’t know her cane contained a sword until she went through an X-ray machine at a Washington airport. Security officers at Dulles International Airport discovered the knob of the woman’s cane unscrewed to reveal a sword. Officials said the woman purchased the cane at an antique store and was unaware of the concealed weapon. She was allowed to continue on to her flight without the cane. (UPI)