Tuesday, September 4, 2007

Plane Carrying Aviation Adventurer Steve Fossett Missing

Teams search rugged terrain one day after Bellanca aircraft vanished over western Nevada.
September 04, 2007

Rescue crews are searching for the plane of aviation adventurer Steve Fossett, who disappeared after takeoff from a private airstrip in Nevada.
Fossett, 63, the first person to fly solo around the world in a hot-air balloon, was last seen in a single engine plane heading south of Smith Valley, Nev., Ian Gregor, a spokesman for the Western-Pacific region of the Federal Aviation Administration, told FOXNews.com.
Fossett departed at 8:45 a.m. Monday from the Flying M Ranch in Yerington, Nev., but did not file a flight plan so it is unknown where he was going.
A friend at the ranch reported Fossett missing Monday night when he didn't return, Gregor said.
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$41,000 Check Found in Pants on Street

It was embarrassing enough that Mark Stahnke (Wahukesha, Wisconsin) woke up in a neighbor's yard without his pants. Then he remembered they contained a cashier's check for $41,093, meant for his son, and several hundred dollars in cash.
But he got everything back Friday, including the pants, thanks to a man and his dog. Stahnke said he doesn't know what happened between when he left the bar and when he woke up the next morning, and police were skeptical when he filed a report.
"We're used to hearing weird stories, but with his intoxication we figured this one would be different, that the amount of money wouldn't be exact," Police Lt. William Graham said. "How do you get so intoxicated that you lose your pants?" Stahnke said he had met his son at a bar and doesn't remember much afterward.
"I woke up cold not knowing where the heck I was, and I didn't realize it at first because I still had my shoes and socks on," he said. "When I got up, I realized, my God, I don't have any pants."
Tim Curzan's dog, Joe, found the pants at an intersection, according to a police report. He found the cashier's check and tried twice, unsuccessfully, to deliver it and the cash to where he thought the owner lived.
On Wednesday, the pants were still at the intersection, so Curzan took them to the police, who contacted Stahnke to claim his belongings.

The Last Thing I Remember Was......

2 Girls 1 Banana

Is there anything photo-shop can't fix?

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What to do at a Dull Party

!!! WARNING !!!
This can be very Dangerous to do

Yes it works, but as you saw the water has to be at exactly the right height in the bottle too much nothing, too little nothing, but just right and it works every time.
You should definitely be careful where you hold the bottle.

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What Level Are You?

Bikini Fishing

Small Bits of News

Swiss Inmates Slip Away
Four convicts escaped from a Swiss jail after an inmate lathered himself in soap and squeezed through the food hatch in his cell door. Skinny Bert Bruegger, 20, stripped naked and rubbed soap all over his body to squeeze through the hole.
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Dumb Crook Easily Arrested By Police
Tennessee police say they solved the recent real estate agent robbery thanks to smart police work and a really stupid suspect. It took Bartlett police just a few days to charge Mario Coleman of Memphis with aggravated robbery.
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Billion Dollar Bank Manager Disgusted By Corporate Greed
The mystery man reveals 'The Secret' banks use to make millions every year!
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Grandparents Day

National Grandparents Day is celebrated every year on the first Sunday after Labor Day.

For 2007, Grandparents Day falls on Sept. 9th.