Saturday, November 15, 2008

You don’t want to be in a confine space

Cosmetic Surgery Addict

A Korean woman addicted to plastic surgery has been left unrecognizable after her obsession led her to inject cooking oil into her face. Hang Mioku, now 48, had her first plastic surgery procedure when she was 28 and moved to Japan where she had further operations - mostly to her face. Her face was eventually left enlarged and disfigured, but she would still look at herself in the mirror and think she was beautiful.

Pistol Shrimp

Pistol shrimp blowing a blast of water a speed of 100km/h with temp 9900C
The one-inch long 'pistol shrimp' snaps its enlarged claw shut at such a speed that it produces a sound wave of up to 218 decibels. The ear-splitting sound shocks its prey before the shrimp uses its powerful claws to rip through crustacean and shellfish skeletons.

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Leesgirl said...
I have a handicapped child so this just makes me sad, its not funny =(
I am sorry to hear about you child.
Autism is no laughing matter.
Leesgirl said...
Thank you.
This is one of my favoritesites.
I just wish people would realize how this kind of thing hurts families like ours.
My son cant talkand has seizures.

You did say that you lived on "SLUTS HOLE" Lane

This is 911 - What's Your "EMERGENCY"

Bizarre 911 Calls
They call about missing birds, beer and toilet paper. Emergency dispatchers field thousands of these unnecessary calls to 911. For example, in Orange County, Florida, as many as 150,000 of 1.5 million calls to 911 were not emergency calls. Listen to some of the calls that officials say can take time away from real emergencies. This is the first one of three.
911 calls... People can be so stupid

911 call man in pool with his penis stuck in a pump

Small Bits of News You Didn’t Know you Needed

Resort Having a Month-Long 'Anything Goes' Nude Party
An Australian nude resort wants to bring back swingers and sex parties in a bid to boost sagging tourism figures.
The White Cockatoo resort in Mossman, north Queensland, is promoting an adults-only "anything goes" month of hedonism for March next year.
Owner of the White Cockatoo, Tony Fox, this week said it was time to lift a self-imposed swinger ban.
"Tough economic times call for stiff measures," Fox said. "We've taken the bull by the horns and it's going nuts; we're close to fully booked.
Japanese 'giving up on sex'
Japan is facing a crisis in the bedroom that threatens the very future of the nation, according to the head of the nation's Family Planning Association.
A new study by Dr. Kunio Kitamura has revealed that more than one third of all couples in Japan have effectively given up on sex, with most complaining they are too tired after work or that it is "boring."
"The results are a surprise because the numbers keep going up each year," said Dr. Kitamura.
In 2004, 32 per cent of Japanese admitted to not having sexual intercourse in the previous month. That number has now risen to 37 per cent, according to a report.
Man charged with cruelty after making a chicken drink whisky
A man who forced a chicken to drink whisky and blew cannabis smoke in its face before suffocating has been spared a jail term.
Gary Maxwell, 21, smashed another hen's head repeatedly against a shed wall until its neck snapped in Consett, County Durham. He was sentenced to an 18-month community order with supervision by the district judge sitting at Consett Magistrates' Court after she heard he had stopped drinking and taking drugs. Maxwell, now of Bentinck Terrace, Newcastle, was ordered to pay £8 compensation to the hens' owner.
Holdup man complained bank had no cash
A would-be bank robber threatened to file an official complaint after finding that a bank in Springettsbury Township, Pa., had no cash on hand, police said.
Police said 48-year-old Joseph Goetz allegedly attempted to rob a Susquehanna Bank branch office in the town this week shortly after it opened.
After learning that the bank had no cash on hand to give him, Goetz fled the scene while vowing to file a complaint with bank managers, police allege.
A bank customer who had been using the site's drive-thru services allegedly noticed the would-be robber fleeing the scene Thursday and followed Goetz as he left in his car.
The unidentified customer called police, who stopped Goetz's vehicle and arrested him on suspicion of attempting to commit a robbery.
Ice bomb singles out man's car
A Minneapolis man visiting the Canadian city of Winnipeg lost his 2-month-old used car when a freak load of heavy ice and snow crushed it on a city street.
Marcus Montana, 28, said he parked his 1997 Oldsmobile Achieva near a large intersection around 12:30 a.m. Wednesday and went to a restaurant with friends, the Winnipeg Sun reported. When he returned, he said he was shocked to see a mass of ice and snow where the roof had once been.
"It was pushed all the way down to the seat," he told the newspaper. "There was no snow and no ice anywhere else except on top of my car."
Montana told the newspaper he can only speculate wind blew the ice from the roof of a nearby high-rise building but said he's puzzled about its pinpoint accuracy.
"If somebody was sitting in the back, they would have probably died or had severe injuries," he said.
Man Arrested after Wheeling Stolen Hot Water Heater Down Street
Police in Memphis figured something wasn't right when they spotted a man wheeling a water heater down a street on a dolly.
And when officers got out of their car to talk to 52-year-old Kenneth Bolden, he took off running.
Police caught him, put him in the squad car and drove around the neighborhood asking him to identify the source of the heater. Police say Bolden finally pointed out a house and said, "That's the one."
Police found the back door kicked in and the spot where a water heater had been ripped out.
Bolden was held in lieu of $35,000 bond on aggravated burglary, evading arrest and having burglary tools.
Man accused of urinating on arresting officer
A 35-year-old man faces charges after allegedly driving drunk and then urinating in the back of a squad car and on the arresting officer. A criminal complaint said the man was pulled over early Wednesday after an officer saw him driving erratically and striking a pole at a gas station.
The complaint said the man failed field sobriety tests and when he was being taken to the police station, urinated in the back of the squad car and sprayed the officer, hitting him in the back of the head.
The man is facing four felony charges and two misdemeanors. He faces a maximum of 15 years in prison if convicted.
The misdemeanors include a fourth-offense operating while intoxicated.
Beer truck driver arrested for driving drunk
A contract beer truck driver has been arrested on suspicion of drunken driving after his rig flipped over. Police said the man, 56, was eastbound on Colorado 58 about 7:30 p.m. Tuesday when he took an exit ramp for eastbound Interstate 70 too fast. The truck and its 45,000-pound trailer full of beer overturned.
Wheat Ridge police spokeswoman Lisa Stigall said the beer remained enclosed inside the trailer. Authorities had to remove the entire load in order for the trailer to be set upright.
The wreckage blocked the ramp until about 2:30 a.m. Wednesday.
No injuries were reported. Stigall says the man was booked and taken to a detoxification facility.
Trooper cites pair for DUI in single traffic stop
A Montana Highway Patrol trooper cited two men with drunken driving in one traffic stop. Trooper Darvin Mees stopped a suspected drunk driver Wednesday afternoon. While he had the driver out performing a field sobriety test, the passenger slid behind the wheel, started the truck and began to drive off.
Mees said he ran after the pickup and yelled at the driver to stop. He did.
Mees said the driver, a 24-year-old man and his passenger 22-year-old man, both failed field sobriety tests and were cited for drunken driving.
The traffic stop began with a bus driver's report of a suspected drunken driver.