Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Caption This

Anonymous said...
Chicks with Dicks, Sluts with Nuts,
This is why you show your fiancé before the wedding.....

Oh My God!?!

Charlotte Ross in a PETA ad.


The 12 Days of Bruce Willis

£1.3m lottery winner goes back to work at McDonald's

It's not the natural habitat of the millionaire. But if you visit a particular McDonald's store in Cardiff, you've every chance of being served by one. Luke Pittard, 25, won £1.3million on the National Lottery 18 months ago. He celebrated in the usual way; buying a new home and splashing out on a lavish wedding and holiday in the Canary Islands.
Then he realized that he really missed his job. So he asked to go back and couldn't be happier, getting up at the crack of dawn to flip burgers for £5.85 an hour. "They all think I'm a bit mad but I tell them there's more to life than money," he said.

Sex Offender Ordered by Judge to Post Signs

HUDSON, Kan. — Convicted child molester LeRoy Schad, 72, says a judge's order forcing him to post warnings. Under a judge's order, a man who has admitted molesting a boy has posted signs around his house and a decal on his car proclaiming that he is a sex offender.

The hand-painted signs reading "A Sex Offender Lives Here" are posted on all four sides of Leroy Schad's white house in this central Kansas town of only about 150 people. His vehicle has a large decal with bold yellow lettering reading "Sex Offender In This Car."


Small Bits of News

Women, Want a Healthy Marriage? Marry Man Uglier Than You, Study Says
The best marriages are those where women marry men who are less attractive than themselves, research has found.
Psychologists who studied newlyweds found men who were better-looking than their wives were more likely to be unhappy and have negative feelings about their marriage.
Click here to see Dr. Manny's blog on this study.
In couples where the wife is more attractive, both partners tended to be very content.
The research, published in the Journal of Family Psychology, suggests that, in evolutionary terms, women are less choosy about their man's looks as long as he is able to help them reproduce. Men, however, are programmed to choose a mate who is most likely to pass on their genes and look for youth, health and physical attractiveness.
Cop's car hijacked after man asks for ride
GARY, Ind., March 24 (UPI) -- A man who said he was scared of thugs and needed a ride, hijacked the squad car of a Gary, Ind., police officer who agreed to help him, police said. Danny Ware, 39, of Winkelman, Ariz., allegedly asked Cpl. Jeffery Patrick to give him a lift to the Adam Benjamin Metro Center before hijacking Patrick's squad car and hitting the road.
No one reportedly was injured in the Friday incident and Ware was arrested after police got him to stop in LaPorte County. Officers used stop sticks, which would puncture the vehicle's tires if driven over, to get Ware to surrender. Ware received treatment for non-life threatening injuries and is faced with charges of auto theft, fleeing, resisting law enforcement, driving with a suspended license and criminal mischief.
Man Accused Of Beating Wife Because House Was Not Cleaned Properly
MARION COUNTY, Fla. -- A Marion County man is accused of beating his wife because she didn't clean the house properly.
Marion County deputies arrested Robert Lambert on Friday. When they arrived at the couple's home in northeast Marion County they said the woman had been severely beaten.
The victim said her husband has also threatened to kill her in the past. Lambert was charged with felony battery.
Craiglist Prank Costs Man Thousands Of Dollars
Two hoax ads on Craigslist cost a Jacksonville man thousands of dollars in property Saturday and could land the pranksters in jail on theft and burglary charges.
The classified ads popped up Saturday afternoon on the Web site saying the owner of a home in the 7900 block of Sterling Creek Road was forced to leave the area suddenly and that his belongings, including a horse, were free for the taking, said Jackson County sheriff's Detective Sgt. Colin Fagan.
Authorities finally put correct name to man who used 32 aliases
Suspect identified as Scott Andrew Shain
A mysterious "John Doe," who officials said had 32 aliases when he was arrested here by federal agents, has been identified as Scott Andrew Shain, a federal law enforcement official said Monday.
The 52-year-old man was arrested last week in Seattle. They found him living in what one agent described as a "hovel" -- a unit in a small dilapidated office building on lower Queen Anne with no bathroom or kitchen. His fingerprints had been altered. He's in federal custody, accused of identity theft and fraud. Monday, they finally announced his name.
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