Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Who wants Ice Cream

I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream for Bacon Ice Cream

I told you don’t let women drive trucks!!!

Russian Cheerleaders

Help! I'm turning into a woman

A desperate dad begs medics for help – because he is turning naturally into a WOMAN.
A man with high levels of the female hormone oestrogen is naturally turning into a woman, but doctors say the process is irreversible. Terry Wright, 60, started losing his hair and beard ten years ago. Since then, the father of five has developed smooth skin, hot flushes and breasts.
Mr Wright, a pub singer from Birmingham gets harassed by local children who call him the "She-Man".
"I get mocked by kids where I live who call me She-Man and other names. Once a child bumped into me and its mother said, 'Say sorry to the lady.'
Mr Wright, who has to wear a wig, has a slim build and is 5ft 4in height, making him appear even more feminine.
His GP wrongly suspected he was trying to change gender and offered him a sex swap which he refused.
"I am a man, not a woman. And I do not want to be a woman. I just want to get my life back to normal," he said.
Professor Richard Ross, a hormones specialist and the head of Endocrinology at The University of Sheffield said: "This case seems very unusual."
Anonymous said...
I could
buy a natural hormone problem.....
I can't buy it with the ladies haircut.
(Me thinks the guy just wants to prance but wont admit it.)

Improve Your Stamina

Watch Your Step

Small Bits of News You Didn’t Know you Needed

Exposed woman in court for a second time
Six inches of Elli Skiff’s buttocks were exposed by her low-hanging pants and lack of underwear, a police officer observed on May 29 in the heart of Market Square. "Her pants were down to the point where people could see her privates," prosecutor Stephen Kasmar told the Herald.
According to the complaint by Officer Eric Bentz, police were called to the downtown area by someone complaining about a "woman with pants drooping low." Bentz noted on the back of the complaint that he observed Skiff squatting in front of a bench exposing what he estimated to be six inches of buttocks. After "several requests" that she pull her pants up, Bentz reported, she did "slightly" but her "pubic hair and buttocks were still exposed."
No tobacco in your joints, ordered
Hundreds of Dutch bars to sue government for discrimination over tobacco smoking ban
The owners claim the law, which will allow customers to light up potent tobacco-free pure cannabis joints but ban milder spliffs in which tobacco is mixed with cannabis, threatens to put hundreds of them out of business.
As most patrons prefer milder joints in which cannabis is mixed with tobacco, and only 18% favor much stronger, pure cannabis spliffs.
Saudi King: Get Used to High Oil Prices
Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah told oil consumers Tuesday that they should get used to high prices and not blame the country for the spike in the price of crude, the Agence France-Presse news agency reported.
"Consumer countries have to adapt to the prices of the market," the king said.
Abdullah's comments came as the price of oil jumped past $143 a barrel for the first time.
The king contends that speculators are to blame for the rising costs, a claim that has been denied by the International Energy Agency, AFP reported.
"Often it is a case of political expediency to find a scapegoat for higher prices rather than undertake serious analysis or perhaps confront difficult decisions," the IEA told AFP.
Woman seeks $30K after her home mistakenly razed
A Jackson State University official blames pranksters for the mistaken demolition of a house - and everything in it. Owner Annie Wilson of Dallas said trying to get fair compensation has been a nightmare.
Vice president Troy Stovall said Jackson State bought the lot next to hers for potential expansion. He says somebody moved signs with the address and a notice that it belonged to the school onto Wilson's lot - so the contractor worked at the wrong site.
The 713-square-foot house had been appraised for just over $10,000. The school offered Wilson $8,000 in May. She says someone from the state finance department offered $20,000 on Thursday. Wilson says she should get at least $30,000, because of all the belongings destroyed.
Man charged for having pants undone in park
A 41-year-old man told police he was "just relaxing in the park" when they found him sitting in his car with his pants undone. Police patrolling the community park say they saw the man sitting in the driver's seat of his car with his pants open and a sock over his genitals.
According to a police report, the man told officers his pants were open because he was hot.
The man was charged Saturday with lewd or lascivious exhibition and cited for driving while his license was suspended. He was being held on a $50,000 bond.
Man arrested for Naked Burglary
A 30-year-old Stuart man on Saturday took off his clothes, broke into a home and fled in shorts belonging to the female resident, according to police. Alejandro Mejias Ramirez was charged with burglary of an occupied dwelling, petit theft, criminal mischief and trespassing. Police reported he woke up the woman by banging on her front door and ringing the bell. She called 911 after he broke in through her second-floor balcony. When a deputy arrived, he found a bicycle on the ground behind the house. He also found pants and underwear on the balcony floor.
Ramirez was spotted by other officers walking along a main road wearing tight blue shorts, later identified as belonging to the woman.
Man Fighting ... With Himself
PHOENIX -- Officers dispatched to what they thought was a domestic disturbance Monday night discovered a lone Mesa man fighting with himself, authorities said.
Though the original call reported a verbal argument between a man and a woman, police said they found the 21-year-old man arguing with himself, changing the pitch of his voice as he acted out each part.
The man was also destroying the inside of the apartment, officers said. He broke the front window as officers tried to calm him down and coax him out of the home, according to authorities.
A crisis team decided the man was a danger to himself and obtained a mental health pick up order, police said. The Mesa SWAT team responded and took the subject into custody.
A woman in need of a beer
Woman crashes into store then tries to buy beer
A convenience store became an unwilling drive-in when a 74-year-old woman plowed her car through the front window and then tried to buy a six-pack of Budweiser, police and the owner said.
Lynne Rice of Norwalk drove her 1988 Cadillac into Joe's Food Mart and Video on Sunday evening, Los Angeles County sheriff's Lt. Jenny Ha said.
The car plowed about halfway through the store but nobody was injured. Rice got out of the car, walked over to the cooler and pulled out a six-pack of Budweiser beer, said the store owner.
Woman held cat for ransom after losing dog
A South Florida woman has been charged with theft and extortion, accused by police of kidnaping a family's cat and holding it for ransom in hopes of getting her dog returned. Police said it all began in May when Linda Urioste's black Labrador Scooby disappeared from her Greenacres home.
The dog was picked up by Animal Care and Control and held for five days before being adopted by Jutta Hollar and her husband.Hollar said that they had the pup - now named "Buddy" - about two weeks when they received word that Urioste had stopped by Animal Care and Control looking for him. Hollar said that she and her husband were considering returning the dog until they met with Urioste to discuss the situation. "But she was very rude and yelled at us
A few days after the confrontation, Hollar realized that the family's cat, Mitz, was gone from her usual outside spot. Hollar began to wonder where the cat could have gone when she received a phone call from Urioste.
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