A 5-year-old student at Apple Valley Elementary in Yakima headed home on the bus with more than books in his backpack. Inside was a smelly package his father never imagined he'd be toting around. "I'm still kind of in shock over this, because why would somebody do this? It's disgusting!" said the boy's father. His son's kindergarten teacher had bagged up a piece of human feces and stuck it in his son's backpack with the note on it. . .
Two central Pennsylvania friends spent most of March in a text-messaging record attempt, exchanging a thumbs-flying total of 217,000. For one of the two, that meant an inches-thick itemized bill for $26,000. Nick Andes, 29, and Doug Klinger, 30, were relying on their unlimited text messaging plans to get them through the escapade, so Andes didn't expect such a big bill. "It came in a box that cost $27.55 to send to me," he said Tuesday. He said he "panicked" and called T-Mobile. .
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