Thursday, October 18, 2007


My skin crawled as I looked in shocked at The Rat Princess,

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If Only I Had A Brain

Good morning Alex

One Sunday morning, the pastor noticed little Alex standing in the foyer of the church staring up at a large plaque. It was covered with names with small American flags mounted on either side of it. The seven year old had been staring at the plaque for some time, so the pastor walked up, stood beside thelittle boy, and said quietly, “Good morning Alex”. “Good morning Pastor,” he replied, still focused onthe plaque. “Pastor, what is this?” he asked. The pastor said, “Well, son, it’s a memorial to all the young men and women who died in the service.”

Soberly, they just stood together, staring at the large plaque. Finally, little Alex’s voice, barely audible andtrembling with fear, asked, “Which service, the 8:30 or the 10:45?

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Small Bits of News

Toothpicks On Football Field
Prank Causes Game To Be Moved
SAGINAW, Mich. -- Thousands of toothpicks caused a big problem for the Tawas Braves high school football team.
Friday night's highly anticipated match up between rivals Tawas and the Alcona Tigers was to determine a play-off spot for one of the teams, WNEM-TV in Saginaw reported.
The game was scheduled to be played at Tawas, but thousands of toothpicks sticking up out of the ground on the field prompted officials to move the game 40 miles to Alcona's home field.
Instead of the usual 1,000 fans showing up for a Tawas home game, only 150 made the trek to Alcona. Incidentally, though, Tawas beat Alcona 49-0.
Students from the toothpick-laden school have alluded to the involvement of students from Oscoda, which Tawas beat 72-0 a few weeks ago. It was a record worst for the school.
The toothpicks were removed one by one by fans and school officials.
Michigan State Police were notified of the incident.

Man says he killed, but not eat his girlfriend
A Mexican writer suspected of frying and eating pieces of his ex-girlfriend after strangling her has confessed to murdering the woman but denies being a cannibal, a government prosecutor said on Tuesday. Police burst into Jose Luis Calva's Mexico City apartment last week and found fried human flesh on a dining table set with cutlery. They found more flesh in the refrigerator and an unfinished book by Calvo called "Cannibal Instincts." The mutilated body of Alejandra Galeana, 32, was in the bedroom closet. Calva told prosecutors he killed Galeana after an argument, then cut an arm and a leg off of her body so that he could dispense of it in parts.
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Woman steals man's genitals?
In a dramatic twist of sex scandal, a middle aged man who accused his sex partner of stealing his genital has now turned into an accused after the accused lady was forced by the police, on recommendation of an herbalist into another intercourse, in a bid to restore his manhood in Bassan Jiwa, Airport Village, Abuja.An Abuja-based beer parlor owner called Grace Igbian has been accused by her lover Kingsley Ulame of 'stealing' his sexual organ. They had been dating for an extended period of time and they last stayed and slept together for 29 days before he traveled home to see his family in Benin, Edo State. But instead of enjoying his stay with his family, Ulame said he started having problems with his organ. He noticed that he could not have an erection. According to him, his organ stopped functioning and he was frightened that it may result to impotence. » Read the rest of the full article here

First Tequila, Then Beer, Now Water
We all know how the ethanol "boom" has led Mexican farmers to switch from growing blue agave to corn leading to the possibility of tequila shortages and how German farmers are switching to corn from barley, leading to the possibility of beer shortages. Today, the Wall Street Journal highlights another potent potable problem for ethanol: water -- or the possible lack of it. The ethaholics on Capitol Hill want to increase ethanol production to 36 billion gallons by 2022.
Here's the problem:
Ethanol plants consume roughly four gallons of water to produce each gallon of fuel, but that's only a fraction of ethanol's total water habit. Cornell ecology professor David Pimentel says that when you count the water needed to grow the corn, one gallon of ethanol requires a staggering 1,700 gallons of H2O. Backers of the Senate bill say that less-thirsty technologies are just around the corner, which is what we've been hearing for years.
With droughts in some areas and falling water tables, the proposed ethanol target seems doomed to fail. Corn, corn, everywhere and not a drop of tequila, beer, or water to drink....