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Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Families ticketed for cheering too soon during high-school graduation

In Duncan, S.C., police ticketed 14 people for cheering for their loved ones during a high-school graduation, the AP reports. (The charge is disorderly conduct.) The school has a specific policy against cheers and applause until the end. The tickets -- which stand a decent chance of being thrown out -- come with $262 fines. Slow claps all around ...

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