Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Assorted Images

Decisions, Decisions
Should I get a dog?
Or have children?
Legs Don't Bend That Way
Smoking + Pregnant = BAD IDEA

Chimp & Frog - NSFW

August 21, 2007 @ the Honolulu Zoo.
A chimp captures a frog and forces it to perform oral sex.

1-2 Buckle My Shoe

Girl goes from smiling to screaming with horror in 3.48 seconds

Dorm Bathroom NSFW

Now you did it, you flooded your engine, it won't start now


Rodéo du Camions 2007

Small Bits of News You Didn’t Know you Needed

Andy Dick 'wet his pants after arrest'
Sexual battery charges against American comedian Andy Dick have been downgraded to assault — but court documents have revealed humiliating details of his arrest.
Dick was charged on July 16 this year after he pulled down a 17-year-old girl's shirt and exposed her breasts outside a chicken shop in California.
In court documents posted to gossip website TMZ, the police officer who arrested Dick said the actor deliberately wet his pants while he was in a holding cell.
"At one point I noticed Dick sat up from the floor and his pants were soaked from the waist area to the ankles," the officer said.
"I asked Dick why he didn't tell me he had to use the restroom again. Dick stated that he did not want to knock on the window like a caged animal."
Dick, who starred in NewsRadio and The Andy Dick Show, was also charged with drug possession after officers allegedly found marijuana and one Xanax tablet in his possession.
Man afraid of his wife puts himself in hospital
An Austrian man ended up in hospital after he faked an armed robbery because he was too scared to tell his wife he had lost thousands of pounds in a casino.
Josef Reiner, 26, from Vienna, broke his nose, jaw and arm as he beat himself with an iron bar to make the fake robbery seem authentic.
But he had to admit himself to hospital when the pain of his injuries got too much.
And when police officers were called in by hospital doctors, Reiner confessed what had really happened.
A police spokesman said: "He must have been very afraid of his wife to inflict so much pain on himself rather than just confess to her."
Cops bust movie set, not robbery
Police officers in North Andover, Mass., accidentally interrupted a movie set thinking it was the site of a robbery attempt, a director says.
Director John Depew said he was filming a scene at a North Andover convenience store last weekend when police officers suddenly stormed in to apprehend their suspects.
"They came in and they said, 'Drop the gun' and I couldn't see the officer because he was behind (me)," Depew said. "I said, 'It's a movie, it's a movie -- we're filming a movie!'"
Depew said two actors playing robbers for the last Sunday's scene were placed in handcuffs by the officers, but were released after the situation was explained.
The confusion was brought about by a mistaken 911 call from an unidentified individual who said an actual robbery was taking place at the store.
Arrests made over plot to kill Obama
Colorado police have arrested three men and a woman linked to white supremacist groups and armed with sniper rifles in what one has admitted was a plot to kill US presidential candidate Barack Obama.
Police stopped a car in Denver on Sunday after it was seen "weaving" through traffic and found two high-powered rifles with scopes and ammunition, local newspapers reported.
One of the car's occupants, 28-year-old Tharin Robert Gartrell, was taken into custody and charged with suspicion of being a felon in possession of a weapon.
It is understood police escorted Gartrell to his sixth-floor hotel room, where a second man reportedly jumped out of a window when police knocked at the door.
The man, named as 33-year-old Shawn Robert Adolf, tried to hide in the bushes but was discovered by police, who said he had a broken ankle and had possessed weapons.
PICTURE and More
Man goes bananas, chops off son's hand
A Papua New Guinean father has lopped off his son's hand when a family fight erupted over a bunch of bananas.
The Southern Highlands (SHP) family have since sent the severed hand back to their village for burial, while the 20-year old recovers in the Mendi General Hospital.
Moson Wape, from Seven Kona in the Kagua district SHP, had his lower left hand cut off after his father tried to slash him on the head, PNG's National newspaper reports.
The incident occurred on the weekend when Wape intervened in a fight between his father and another son arguing over a bunch of bananas.
The father swung his bush knife and chopped off Wape's hand and also slashed his head.
Police are investigating.
Footprints in judge’s office spell end for masked bandit
The evidence in his office gave the judge pause: a half-eaten apple and some very distinctive footprints.
Federal bankruptcy Judge Paul W. Bonapfel reported the break-in last week at the Richard B. Russell Federal Building in downtown Atlanta.
The intruder made no effort to cover his tracks across a stack of federal memos in the 14th-floor office. When the judge called in his staff and others to examine the scene, the evidence was conclusive: The perpetrator was a raccoon.
In the following days, judges and staff who work in the building reported other thefts — chocolate chip cookies stolen from a 10th-floor desk, a sandwich on the 9th floor, and a packet of dried soup purloined from the 23rd floor.
A court clerk created a "wanted" poster, and Bonapfel's staff posted a "raccoon crossing" sign on the judge's door.
Joke About Girls Lands Kentucky Politician in Jail
Politicians are known for lame jokes. But when Otis "Bullman" Hensley tried a generations-old Appalachian jest on a woman and two girls at the grocery store, the family thought it was downright criminal.
Hensley, who earned notoriety for oddball antics as a longshot gubernatorial candidate, spent three days in jail in this eastern Kentucky coal town last week after being arrested over the wisecrack.
"Jay Leno makes jokes every night and makes millions," Hensley said in his thick Appalachian accent. "I make one joke and go to jail."
He could have faced as many as 10 years in prison, but a charge of attempted unlawful transaction with a minor was dismissed on Monday.
The ordeal began last week when Hensley's wife sent him to a local grocery store to buy ground beef. While there, Hensley encountered a woman with her two nieces, ages 11 and 13. "I offered to trade her a fattening hog for those girls," Hensley said. "I meant it as a joke. I've said it a million times. Most people get a kick out of it."
The woman didn't laugh. Instead, the family obtained a warrant for Hensley's arrest from the local prosecutor, claiming the comment was intended to entice the children into illegal sexual activity.