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   THE COFFEE BREAK - Friday, June 6, 2008             

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New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg says he is not sure what
he wants to do next though staying in public life appears
appealing.

He told the New York Times he is unsure whether whatever
he would do would be as satisfying as being mayor.

Bloomberg said that he had no plans to run for governor, 
though aides say he has not closed the door on that
possibility.  

Associates also say Bloomberg is still interested in
finding a way to get around the two-term limit and seek 
another term as mayor. Otherwise, he leaves office next 
year.

"I plan to, I think, stay on in public service in some 
says or other -- I don't know how," the mayor said after 
a news conference at City Hall. "You know, I don't see 
anything for me."

He said he might wind up running his foundation but adds,
"I have no idea whether it's going to be enough for me or
not."

What should Bloomberg do next?


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               Man says car runs on water
A Jacksonville, Fla., man said he has invented a car that
runs on tap water and gets "100 miles to the ounce."  
Anthony Brown said he shut down the fuel injection system 
of his car and replaced it with a mechanism that runs on 
any type of water and a small amount of gas, WKMG-TV,
Orlando, Fla., reported.  "When you separate the water 
from the oxygen from the hydrogen, it cooks and it cooks
down to a brown," Brown said. "We're not having any waste
product off of it. Everything is consumed and burned."  
Brown said any money he makes off the clean car will go
toward missionary projects across the globe.  "I've just 
been asking for a way, for the Lord to show me to raise 
money rapidly and I started to working on this idea," he 
said.


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           Company creates 24-carat gold bike
A British insurance provider is offering visitors to its
Web site the chance to win a 24-carat gold bicycle worth 
$18,500.  The Environmental Transport Association -- the 
insurance provider that commissioned the creation of the 
bicycle, a modified Charge Plug model -- said one copy of 
the bike will be awarded to a customer who requests a 
quote on ilovemybike.co.uk, The Telegraph reported.  The
company said other copies of the item will be available for
purchase before the June 14 start of Britain's National
Bike Week. It said proceeds from the sales will go toward
the company's non-profit campaign for sustainable 
transport.  ETA Director Andrew Davis said that because
the bike is too expensive to be eligible for insurance,
purchasers will be offered the option of a personal 
security guard to stand by the bike when it is left in
public places.  "A personal security guard is not a
practical option for most people, but with over half a 
million bicycles stolen across Britain each year, it's
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          Yawning during sex OK, marriage vows no
Only 12 percent of Canadians polled think yawning during
sex is embarrassing compared with 30 percent who cited a 
yawn during marriage vows as the worst.  Second place for
various worst case scenarios was during a job interview 
for 28 percent of 1,002 people polled for Diet Pepsi MAX,
a release said.  The company that rolled out the new soft
drink infused with ginseng and almost twice the caffeine
of regular Diet Pepsi also polled people on yawning habits,
and found 66 percent experienced the so-called 3 p.m. 
slump, accompanied by yawning.  Asked how they dealt with
the afternoon droops, the top three methods showed 
29 percent ate a snack, 27 percent took a nap and 
22 percent consumed caffeine in some form, the company 
said.  By gender, 69 percent of women reported afternoon
drowsiness compared with 62 percent of men, the poll showed.


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