Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Prank Gone Bad

Dangerous If You Can Read The Sign

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Teenage kid maxes out his dad’s credit card.
The dad walks into his room and rips the dude apart.

Need to Laugh

Do You feel safe?
Almost 150 years ago, President Lincoln found it necessary to hire a private investigator - Alan Pinkerton - for protection.
And that was the beginning of the Secret Service. Since that time, federal police authority has grown to a large number of multi-letter agencies - FBI, CIA, INS, IRS, DEA, ATF, etc.
Now we have the "Federal Air Transportation Airport Security Service."
Can't you see them now, these highly trained men and women in their black outfits with their initials in large white letters across their backs: "FATASS!
I feel safer already...
Cnn Breaking News
CNN reports that gas stations will start showing PORN movies on the screens of the pumps so that you can see someone else get screwed at the same time you do.: !!

Why doesn't this happen to me?


The world's 'most pierced' woman

Meet Elaine Davidson of Edinburgh, Scotland.
The Guinness Book of World Records has certified her as the world's 'most pierced' woman.
She has 5,920 piercings when this photo was taken Friday May 16, 2008.

That's Just Crazy

Dumbass Bank Robber

Bank Robber Waits Too Long To Put On Mask

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Authorities on Friday released surveillance images from a bank robbery on the city’s north side.
The robbery happened shortly after noon at the National City Bank, located at 1886 North High Street.
According to a release from the FBI, a man walked inside the bank and sat in a lobby chair until other customers left. He then walked up to a teller, produced a silver handgun and ordered the teller to give him money.
It was only after he demanded cash that the robber pulled a blue mask over his face in an attempt to conceal his identity.
The robber was described as a black man in his 20s or 30s, who was about 5 feet 7 inches tall.
He had a thin build, and was wearing dark blue Yankees cap and sunglasses during the robbery.
Authorities said a dye pack mixed in with the cash likely exploded inside his getaway vehicle.

Terrorizing dogs with a toy puppy

Yabba-Dabba-Do protesters arrested during protest

Six Greenpeace activists dressed as cavemen and traveling in a Flintstones-style vehicle were detained along with three others for public order offences.
A stone tablet accusing car lobbyists of driving climate change was confiscated before it could be delivered to lawmakers, a Greenpeace spokeswoman said. The European Parliament will this week start debating legislation to force down CO2 emissions from cars, with fines on manufacturers that fail to comply.


Small Bits of News

Liquor store owner told to stop taking shoplifters' shoes
Police are telling a Durango liquor store owner to give shoplifters the boot — literally.
Tired of losing what he says was about $1,000 worth of merchandise a month in thefts, Gabe Fidanque started telling shoplifters he caught that they had two choices: Give him one of their shoes or he'd call the police.
A handful gave up a shoe. But Durango police told Fidanque on Friday to stop the practice or risk facing charges of felony robbery.
Shoplifting, in contrast, is a misdemeanor.
Tobacco store in unfair squeeze
Rick Arora is caught in a situation you would only expect to find in a dark comedy about bureaucracy run amok. If he covers up the historic signs on Old Morris Tobacconists, the City of Victoria is threatening big fines.
If he doesn't, the Vancouver Island Health Authority plans to charge him under provincial laws banning tobacco ads and displays where people under 19 can see them.
Robbery suspect who pretended to be clerk arrested
A suspect in a bizarre robbery has been caught. Mesa police allege Marc Antoine Stovall called a 7-11 store April 27, falsely said he was a new employee, arranged for training and then went to the store and was shown how to use the cash register.
Later that day, police said the 21-year-old returned, purchased several items, including a roll of duct tape, but then had said he didn't want the tape.
An hour later, Stovall came back to buy beer. When the clerk commented about his first name after he provided her with photo ID, he allegedly pulled a gun, forced the woman into a bathroom and bound her with duct tape.
Stovall then went back out front, pretended to be the clerk and was helping customers when the real clerk broke free, emerged with a gun and Stovall fled with some money.
Crash Landing
First time skydiver Natalie Gabriel, 27, was brought down from a 60ft tree after becoming wedged in its branches.
The Liverpool University student's dream jump fast became a nightmare when she mistook the direction of the gusting wind and became wedged between branches 60ft off the ground.
Police, fire crews and paramedics rushed to the scene as Natalie dangled dangerously in the upper branches.
She found herself sitting on the branches, but began slipping down the tree as they gave way.