Monday, March 10, 2008

News Headlines

[1] Infertility unlikely to be passed on - Montgomery Advertiser
[2] Study Finds Sex, Pregnancy Link - Cornell Daily Sun
[3] Survey Finds Dirtier Subways After Cleaning Jobs Were Cut - The New York Times
[4] Larger Kangaroos Leap Farther, Researchers Find - The Los Angeles Times
[5] Light’ meals are lower in fat, calories - Huntington Herald-Dispatch
[6] Alcohol ads promote drinking - The Hartford Courant
[7] Malls try to attract shoppers - The Baltimore Sun
[8] Official: Only rain will cure drought - The Herald-News, Westpost, Massachusetts
[9] Teen-age girls often have babies fathered by men - The Sunday Oregonian
[10] Low Wages Said Key to Poverty - Newsday
[11] Man shoots neighbor with machete - The Miami Herald
[12] Economist uses theory to explain economy - Collinsville Herald-Journal
[13] Bible church’s focus is the Bible — Saint Augustine Record, Florida
[14] Court Rules Boxer Shorts Are Indeed Underwear — Journal of Commerce
[15] Lack of brains hinders research — The Columbus Dispatch
Thanks B&P

Religion is not what it use to be

You must Play Bingo with us or go to Hell

Pot Blessing?
So what kind of church is this, anyway?
Are you supposed to bring in your stash and have it blessed?

Wake Up Call!

Wake Up


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This talking cat doesn't want to wake up

Small Bits of News

Teen Faces Child Porn Charges
OKLAHOMA CITY — An Oklahoma teen accused of using his cell phone camera to record a 16-year-old girl performing oral sex on him has been charged with manufacturing child pornography.
Eighteen-year-old Kylem Lamont Carter was also charged with distributing child pornography because he allegedly shared the video with several students.
Carter faces up to 20 years in prison on each count if convicted.
He has not been arrested on the felony charges.
Salt Lake City Man Arrested For the 452nd Time
A transient Wilson Yazzie Benally is one of the Salt Lake Police Department's most frequently arrested persons. In March 2008, he had compiled a record that included more than 450 arrests.
He was arrested for the 452nd time this week after allegedly trying to steal a bottle of mouthwash from a drug store.
Wilson Yazzie Benally has a long history with Salt Lake City Police and remains one of the department's most-arrested individuals. His run-ins with the law date back to 1995, officials said.