You all know the “Girl Next Door”. She doesn’t look like Pamela Anderson in her prime;
she looks like a real woman. The kind of girl you could take home to mom,
but still be blown away with just how smoking hot she is. This list is dedicated to ALL the super-hot Girl’s Next Door. There have been so many of them over the years on our TVs and in movies, that it’s almost impossible to pick 10 that everyone can agree on…but we did it anyway!
Woman Runs Over Own Legs at McDonald's Drive-thru The Phoenixville Police Department is investigating a freak accident in which a borough woman ran over both of her legs in the drive-through lane at McDonald’s, 651 Nutt Rd., Friday afternoon.“For some unknown reason, her legs were run over by her vehicle,” said Mark. “We are investigating how this accident could’ve happened.” What police are trying to determine is how the woman exited her vehicle and how her vehicle rolled over both legs. Emergency personnel arrived on scene and began treatment before placing her on a stretcher. » Read the full article here
Is it now acceptable to say 'f*ck' in the office? Workplace profanity is everywhere, starting with our elected leaders, like Eliot (“I’m a fucking steamroller!”) Spitzer and Dick (“Go fuck yourself!”) Cheney, and continuing to our unelected moral arbiters, like Golden Globe–winning Bono (“fucking brilliant”). In Fresno, California, former deputy mayor Roger Montero resigned in April after admitting that he used “coarse language” on the job but denying that his language constituted sexual harassment. And a Virginia dentist, Steven Afsahi, was fined $9,000 in 2004 by that state’s Board of Dentistry in part for using profanity in front of patients.Timothy Jay, professor of psychology at the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts and author of Why We Curse and Cursing in America, suggests that asking us to stifle swearing is not only unreasonable but also a violation of our basic rights. » Read the full article here
Man finds $100,000 in his attic; former owner now wants it Crawling around his attic on a hot Saturday afternoon in July, Bernard Salcedo would have been satisfied just to find the damaged wire that killed power to the electrical outlets in his two bathrooms.But the 26-year-old computer engineer found something else. Hidden in a cavity cut in the insulation was a strongbox containing four plastic vacuum-sealed bags filled with $100,000 in $20 and $100 bills.Instead of enjoying his discovery, Salcedo faces a legal challenge from the home's former owner, who claims the money is rightfully hers. » Read the full article here
The driver of a tractor trailer found herself jammed up underneath a railroad bridge on Monday morning. Stella Trent was driving eastbound just after 10 a.m. when she attempted to drive under the bridge, according to Greensboro police and the company that owns the truck.
The truck was 18 inches taller then the bridge's clearance. The truck was 13 feet, 6 inches. The bridge has a clearance of 12 feet.
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