Tuesday, January 15, 2008
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Wedding Bands are about commitment.
The inherent connotations are a huge part of the piece and, quite often, reveal themselves as a social or sexual comment. The rings are constructed out of brass then plated in 24k gold.
And although the stone is set into the men's ring, when screwed together, the stone actually sits against the woman's finger.
They rub the lamp and a ghost appears. The ghost says: "Normally, one is granted three wishes, but as you are three, I will allow one wish each."
So the eager senior manager shouted: "I want the first wish. I want to be in the Bahamas, on a fast boat and have no worries."
Pfufffff .... and he was gone.
Now the junior manager could not keep quiet and shouted: "I want to be in Florida with beautiful girls, plenty of food and cocktails."
Pfufffff .... And he was also gone.
The boss calmly said: "I want these two idiots back in the office after lunch at 12.30 pm."
MORAL OF THE STORY: ALWAYS LET THE BOSS SPEAK FIRST
He's just confessed to shooting a man in the head nearly 7 years ago and then stuffing his body under his mobile home. According to the arrest affidavit, he told investigators, "I wrapped it in plastic, pushed it under the house, and forgot about it."
Dude drinks gasoline, hit lit a cigarette -- starts fire.
A German man is being treated for serious burns Monday after accidentally setting his apartment ablaze when he mixed up a bottle of gasoline with alcohol, police said.The 56-year-old apparently grabbed the wrong bottle and took a swig from the gasoline flask, then spat it out when he realized his mistake. The gas hit a lit cigarette, sparking the fire, police said. » Article here
Officers Arrest Naked Driver After Chase
An overnight high-speed chase in the capital city ends with an awkward arrest for officers -- a naked man behind the wheel.
The pursuit ended in a collision just before 4:00 Sunday morning near the intersection of Medgar Evers Boulevard and Martin Luther King Drive.
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Theft Victim Confesses To Selling Weed
An alleged drug dealer called Apple Valley, Minn., police to his home after his stash of marijuana and $3,200 in cash were stolen.
Alarmed by a break-in at his home, the man contacted police on New Year's Day to report a break in, saying that it was unclear if anything had been stolen, the St Paul (Minn.) Pioneer Press reported Monday.
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Japanese Man's Underwear Yields Marijuana In Philippines
A Japanese man was arrested at the Philippine's main international airport after marijuana cigarettes were found in his underwear, an aviation police report said Monday.
Nishi Kenechi, 55, was arrested Sunday at Manila's Ninoy Aquino International Airport after a policeman who frisked him during a routine body check felt something on his buttocks.
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Family finds maggots in Gerber baby food.
A California mother found maggots in two jars of baby food as she was preparing to feed her infant. It was dinnertime Tuesday night when Tims went to the cupboard for a jar of baby food to feed her 8-month-old daughter, Nyla. That's when, she said, she made a sickening discovery. "I went to pull it out and then I looked at it and I was like, 'What is that?' And I just thought it was a piece of something on there," said Tims. "And I just saw a little squiggle and I was like 'Oh my God. That's a maggot.'" » Full article here
Dude throws himself out window with Christmas tree
A German man threw himself out of an apartment window along with a Christmas tree during a late-night attempt to dispose of his festive decorations. The man fell 22 feet after he lost his balance throwing the tree onto the street Saturday, police in the western city of Moenchengladbach said. The tree did not break the victim's fall. The man was taken to hospital in critical condition with severe head injuries after witnesses saw him fall. » Article here
Woman sets boyfriend car on fire, suggests "get some marshmallows"
A woman was arrested over the weekend in connection with a car fire. 51-year-old Gayle Winfrey was apparently angry with her boyfriend, who according to investigators, was more interested in sleeping than in participating in the argument. Lieutenant Moore said Ms. Winfrey decided to set fire to her boyfriend's car, using gasoline and a stick of incense. The details all came out in a confession shortly after the fire. After setting the car on fire, Ms. Winfrey said she went back to her boyfriend, telling him that he "might want to get some marshmallows." When he still showed no interest in getting up, Ms. Winfrey evidently panicked and tried to put the fire out with a small fire extinguisher, but by that time the flames were just too intense. Chattanooga firefighters arrived moments later and quickly put the fire out, but the car was considered a total loss. » Article here
Man's Death Goes Unnoticed in Sydney
SYDNEY, Australia (AP) - A man lay dead in his apartment in Australia's largest city for a year before anyone noticed, officials and news reports said Thursday.
The body of Jorge Chambe, 64, was found on Tuesday in his single bedroom, government-owned flat in the Sydney suburb of Yagoona when police and firefighters broke in, after concerns about his welfare were finally raised.
Decomposition of the body was advanced and bank records indicated Chambe died about a year earlier, officials said.
"It's amazing," Detective-Inspector Ian Prye told reporters. "This guy lives in the suburbs and he dies and no one notices for a year."
In news reports, neighbors at the apartment block described Chambe as a quiet man who was friendly but who kept mostly to himself. He had received federal government welfare payments and his rent was paid automatically by direct debit from his bank account.
His mailbox had filled to overflowing, but no one had noticed a smell or other clues that he had died, the reports said. A worried neighbor finally called housing officials on Monday, and authorities broke in when Chambe did not respond.
India’s largest automaker is set to start producing the world’s first commercial air-powered vehicle. The Air Car, developed by ex-Formula One engineer Guy Nègre for Luxembourg-based MDI, uses compressed air, as opposed to the gas-and-oxygen explosions of internal-combustion models, to push its engine’s pistons. Some 6000 zero-emissions Air Cars are scheduled to hit Indian streets in August of 2008.
Barring any last-minute design changes on the way to production, the Air Car should be surprisingly practical. The $12,700 CityCAT, one of a handful of planned Air Car models, can hit 68 mph and has a range of 125 miles. It will take only a few minutes for the CityCAT to refuel at gas stations equipped with custom air compressor units; MDI says it should cost around $2 to fill the car’s carbon-fiber tanks with 340 liters of air at 4350 psi. Drivers also will be able to plug into the electrical grid and use the car’s built-in compressor to refill the tanks in about 4 hours. Of course, the Air Car will likely never hit American shores, especially considering its all-glue construction. But that doesn’t mean the major automakers can write it off as a bizarre Indian experiment — MDI has signed deals to bring its design to 12 more countries, including Germany, Israel and South Africa.