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Thinking about PlayStation gifts, editor-attacking birds and more

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Let’s play! After compromising my personal data and being down for almost a month, PlayStation Network is back. They’re trying to give me two free games, but what I really want is Netflix credits. —April Corbin, web content editor

Debt set The U.S. hit its $14.3 trillion debt ceiling this week. It can’t borrow any more money, so the government is taking from the retirement and pension accounts of federal workers. Guess Ponzi schemes are legal. —Erin Ryan, staff writer

Green with envy Gotta give props where they’re due—Greenspun Media Group’s Rebekah Zimlich ate two pounds of pickles in 5 minutes at Carnegie Deli’s competition last week, nearly setting a new women’s record! —Ken Miller, associate editor

Channeling Hitchcock When a bird brushed my shoulder the other day, I shrugged it off as some bizarre accident. As it hovered menacingly, preparing to buzz me again, I started looking for hidden cameras. —Spencer Patterson, managing editor

Don’t miss this There’s nothing like a long drive through the desert, especially when it’s to see Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art’s exhibit, Rivane Neuenschwander: A Day Like Any Other, on display through June 5. —Kristen Peterson, staff writer

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Spencer Patterson is the Editor of Las Vegas Weekly, having previously served as Managing Editor, Arts & Entertainment Editor and ...

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