Sunday, July 1, 2007

7 Funny Video's

Dog with Only Two Legs

Don’t Worry be Happy

Toilet Paper Folder & Dispenser Prototype

Swedish Self-Cleaning Toilet

Gas Pump Prank!

Phonebook Prank

Waterbed Prank

Sheriff Flunks Exam After License Expires

June 29, 2007

ANDERSON, S.C. -- Anderson County Sheriff David Crenshaw said he drove for 14 months on an expired driver's license.
And he said he flunked the driving test the first time he tried to get his license back. Crenshaw called it a mistake -- he thought he had a 10-year license instead of a five-year license.
The sheriff had to take the driving test because he let his license lapse so long.
Crenshaw said the three-point turn did him in on his first try because he did it backward. He passed on his second attempt.
The sheriff said he was never pulled over while his license was expired and never had a reason to check it.

"Lawn Chair"

"Using Your Brain"

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England's Smoking Police Out In Force

Smokers across England have sparked up at work and in the pub for the last time as the ban on smoking in enclosed public places begins. The new law, which came into effect at 0600 BST, is intended to cut deaths from second-hand smoke.
From today anyone lighting up illegally could be fined £50 - reduced to £30 if it is paid within 15 days. The figure rises to £200 if an individual is prosecuted and convicted by a court.

Businesses failing to comply with the ban could be hit with fines of up to £2,500. The ban has prompted protests by smokers and those concerned about what they see as the "nanny state". Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland already have similar bans in place.

Hoof shoes

Worn by an illegal immigrant caught by the US Border Patrol, these shoes were outfitted with rubber cutouts in the shape of cows' hoofs, and are seen on display 27 June 2007 in Deming, New Mexico. The US Border Patrol station up the road in Deming, New Mexico is responsible for protecting estimated 47 miles of border and 14,000 square miles of rugged desert and mountain terrain in an area active with smugglers moving people and sometimes drugs.

Burglar fails to crack a safe with help from the Internet

A former restaurant manager was arrested early today after he allegedly hid in the ceiling of the a local restaurant’s men’s room until closing and then tried to break into the safe in the manager’s office. The problem was, he didn’t know how to crack a safe, authorities said. So he surfed the internet for instructions and used a drill he found in the manager’s office to drill three holes in the safe. Branden M. Tingey, 28, of Delaware City, was arrested after fleeing the rear of the establishment on North Dupont Highway by the New Castle Airport. When officers were investigating the crime, they asked the restaurant’s general manager to see the computer. “The manager moved the mouse on the darkened screen, and “How to Crack a Safe” came up on the screen on the Yahoo page” said Delaware River and Bay Authority police spokesman Cpl. Joseph DiStefano.