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What is up with Kentucky today?

RiverTam wrote:

I know this part of town like the back of my hand....

Holly Crap!!! What is that:

http://www.wlky.com/news/15020509/detail.html

That makes me think of the movie Idle Hands.

RiverTam wrote:

I know this part of town like the back of my hand....

Holly Crap!!! What is that:

http://www.wlky.com/news/15020509/detail.html

I can almost understand cutting off the hand, but putting it in the microwave? Come on, the radiation would only serve to aggravate the demons dwelling within, forcing the hand to become sentient and kill it's previous host.

Woman suffers seizures when hearing a certain Sean Paul song. Am I the only one who heard this and thought of that Seinfeld episode where Kramer goes into convulsions whenever he hears the voice of Entertainment Tonight's Mary Hart?

Old news, but

[W + (D-d)] x TQ
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M x NA

means that tomorrow is the most depressing day of the year.

Bus Driver kicks "Pet" girl off bus
http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20080123/...

Dr_Awkward wrote:

Old news, but

[W + (D-d)] x TQ
______
M x NA

means that tomorrow is the most depressing day of the year.

I appreciate the picture of Chicago in winter (and I can sympathize that this isn't fun weather to wait for a bus in), but that was calculated for 2005, in which the 24th was a Monday. I can't discern from the article whether the most depressing day this year would be the 24th still or the 21st or 28th.

Il_Duce wrote:

Bus Driver kicks "Pet" girl off bus
http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20080123/...

I can't say it sounds like a healthy relationship, but I guess you can't kick someone off the bus just for that. Maybe if her owner failed to scoop?

Teen tries to hijack a plane to crash it into a "Hannah Montana" concert. What, was he pissed off when he found out she uses a body double?

Rat Boy wrote:

Teen tries to hijack a plane to crash it into a "Hannah Montana" concert.

How is that a crime?

Quintin_Stone wrote:
Rat Boy wrote:

Teen tries to hijack a plane to crash it into a "Hannah Montana" concert.

How is that a crime?

Sad part is the kid is from my home town.

Here's a story that'll restore your faith in humanity. Man finds a camera in a NYC cab and tracks down the owner via the pictures left on it. No small feat, indeed.

Thtuck... thtuck... THTUCK!!

Track your pizza online.

The article wrote:

"It's an emotional roller coaster when you order," McGlothlin says. "Customers wonder: Did they get my order? Are they taking care of me? Will it show up?"

Drunk driver tips off the cops.

She's the Dodge County woman who called 911 from her pickup truck early Sunday to report that she just might be intoxicated enough to need a sheriff's squad to follow her home.
Dr_Awkward wrote:

Track your pizza online.

Ummm, Am I the only one who thinks this is a super bad idea? When I was in college I was roommates with a pizza delivery guy with a habit of pissing off townies. He almost got his ass handed to him a couple times on delivery, I can only imagine what would have happened if people knew when he left Dominoes. And what if they decide to push it further and install GPS trakers in the delivery bags. Granted thats a bit out there, but still.

Hillary Clinton to voters: You do as I say and you'll like it!

Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton said Sunday she might be willing to have workers' wages garnisheed if they refuse to buy health insurance to achieve coverage for all Americans.
Raven wrote:

Hillary Clinton to voters: You do as I say and you'll like it!

Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton said Sunday she might be willing to have workers' wages garnisheed if they refuse to buy health insurance to achieve coverage for all Americans.

Uhhh... I'd say that's more of a P&C forum topic. Hence, I won't be extolling my opinion here.

No shirt, No shoes, No thin waist, No service.

"You to fat, You get out!!!!!" "Or I call cops!!!!"

http://www.wfaa.com/sharedcontent/dws/wfaa/latestnews/stories/wfaa080204_ac_obesediners.8d50da02.html

Every damn day, I feel lucky that I'm not a hooah.

Brazen boozehound believes belting bouncing baby burdensome, but buckles Busch beer.

Edwin wrote:

Reverse date drugging

You know that you're a geek when the only thing you can think of after reading this piece of news is "Hey, that's kind of like that one quest in Oblivion!"

For Edwin:

IMAGE(http://www.theage.com.au/ffximage/2005/12/12/wombat_wideweb__470x276,0.jpg)

Secret Sex Life of Wombats

A complicated dance, a bite on the rump and ferocious backward kicks are all part of the wombat's lovemaking repertoire, a new study has revealed.

Until recently, there were no recorded observations of mating between wombats.

But the director of Nocturnal Wildlife Research Ltd, biologist Clive Marks, found wombats were more likely than the average Aussie male to emulate moves from the Kama Sutra.

Mr Marks, whose findings are to be published this week in Nature Australia magazine, says the first successful captive breeding of wombats was recorded in Hannover, Germany, in 1982.

"With absolute precision, details of the wombat's sex life were recorded and, surprisingly, it seemed anything but modest," he says.

"It appeared to be a physically demanding process, complete with chasing, biting, grunting and loads of heavy breathing."

Then in 1990, Mr Marks filmed the first common wombat courtship and mating in captivity in Australia, at Tonimbuk Farm in south-eastern Victoria.

"The female, after a prolonged period of copulation in the same position, broke away and began to trot in a pattern of circles and figures of eight.

"The male chased her, following closely behind, and then bit her on the rump," he says.

"She immediately stopped just long enough to permit him to roll her on her side and begin copulating again.

"If the male was slow to mount, she would kick back aggressively and not let him roll her on her side again until she had run round in more circles and figures of eight. This happened seven times."

Thirteenth wrote:
Edwin wrote:

Reverse date drugging

You know that you're a geek when the only thing you can think of after reading this piece of news is "Hey, that's kind of like that one quest in Oblivion!"

I was thinking more of Saffron, and Simon's story about the "Good Night Kiss" cases he used to get at the hospital.

Man's Body Rejects Fake Boobs.

The fake boobs for his tattoo.

Do not mess with Donna the ex homecoming queen.

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/23172332/

Seriously. People threaten to rip off your leg and use it to kick your ass, but Donna actually does it.

creatureparade wrote:

Every damn day, I feel lucky that I'm not a hooah.

Otherwise, unless our most dire and direct interests are at stake, we should forget about fighting at all.

Give the man a prize. Who tipped him off?

39 yr old man dresses as schoolgirl. Hilarity ensues.