Online Holiday Shopping Rush Led To Fumbled Orders

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In Holiday Bowl, ASU has chance to make good season great

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on that Monday, with Christmas delivery guaranteed. In what may have been the final undoing of UPS’s Christmas plans, in the week before Christmas, Amazon signed up more than a million new members for its Prime service, which guarantees two-day delivery. “That is a problem for shippers. A million new people signing up at the eleventh hour to get free and fast shipping up until the day before Christmas?” Mulpuru said. “That is crazy.
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A Zazzle employee checks inventory in a warehouse of t-shirts Tuesday morning, Dec. 24, 2013 at the company

Kingsbury played quarterback at Texas Tech under current Washington State coach Mike Leach, one of the pioneers of the “Air Raid.” While Kingsbury has tweaked the system a bit with more running, ASU has essentially faced the offense this season and last. “We’re definitely comfortable with what they’re running,” Young said. “We’re not really surprised by anything, but they have more decent players than Washington State did.” Added Graham: “Very, very similar. I think they’re more athletic. I think they run the ball more. They’re bigger up front on the offensive line. But you can definitely see it’s the same fast-tempo ‘Air Raid’ offense.” Of high priority for ASU’s defense will be stopping All-American tight end Jace Amaro, Texas Tech’s leading receiver and the leading receiver among tight ends nationally.
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The Holiday Card No One Ever Sends

The cyclist, 21, died in Tasmania after he collided with the ute on the West Tamar Highway in Launceston on Sunday morning. The death of the Trevallyn man is the second road fatality in Tasmania during the holiday period. In NSW, a 69-year-old man was killed after losing control of his motorbike when he hit a gravel embankment at Khancoban, near the border of NSW and Victoria, on Sunday morning. The man, who was riding near his son on another motorbike, died at the scene, with the death taking NSW’s road toll to six. A 31-year-old woman died in a car crash southeast of Perth on Saturday night. She was a front passenger in a white Holden Commodore sedan that was travelling from Narrogin to Williams about 6.45pm (WST) when it left the road and hit a large tree at Minigin. The woman and the 30-year-old male driver were trapped in the car and had to be freed by emergency workers, but she died at the scene.
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Holiday road toll rises to 18

We practiced driving at dusk. We bought a snow globe with a mummified shrunken head in it, and a sign that reads, “Soccer Mom Parking Only.” We cleared snow from the driveway, brought in the groceries, and stayed up til 1 a.m., talking. We sighed. We laughed. We held back tears until they wouldn’t stand to be held back anymore, and then we hugged each other, sobbing. We said, “I love you.” And we meant it. We went through hell and back and yet, we’re still here.
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