Wednesday, November 28, 2007

What a Attitude?

Excited Woman

Odds are 3 to 1 Against You

Getting a Early Start

"Funny Shit"

“Naughty Girls” just wanna have fun.

Another Pinball Makeover

Every once in a while a company takes a stab at trying to

The latest entry into the digital pinball genre replaces the old mechanical table with a large flat screen display and interchangeable digital games. The system offers up the familiar top-down view and flipper controllers you’d find on a traditional pinball machine, but that’s about where the similarities end.

Austria’s TAB has created the “Virtual Pinball” platform to offer arcades a cost-effective way to offer multiple games in a single cabinet. At the core of the system is a 42-inch touchscreen surface, along with a proprietary gaming platform which allows new tables to be easily downloaded.

The Super Cool PC

Need for Speed ProStreet has been released and now you are playing it from morning to night. Do you need a cooler? If yes, then take this idea; build your computer case covered with lots of fans. This one consists of 66 fans – front, back, top, bottom and the left and right.

When Rabbits Feet Are Not Lucky

When you just can't wait in line

Security camera caught driver mishap.

Man attacked teenager for saying he looked like Simon Cowell

A man has admitted attacking a stranger who told him he looked like Simon Cowell.

Anthony Calvert, 45, punched student Adam Davies, 19, five times in the face in a pub in Aberystwyth, Ceredigion. Magistrates in the town were told Calvert left the pub, but returned later and again hit Mr Davies, of Aberdare, Rhondda Cynon Taf. Calvert said he had not been offended, but felt threatened. He'll be sentenced next month for actual bodily harm.

Loves Little Children

Small Bits of News

Police Pull Over Fake Squad Car
Milwaukee police said Sunday they have arrested a 19-year-old man for impersonating a police officer, saying he passed a squad car and other vehicles while driving a car that had a blaring siren and flashing red and blue lights on the interior.
The Milwaukee man was spotted about 7:55 p.m. Saturday in the area of S. 14th St. and W. Harrison Ave., said Capt. Gregory Habeck.
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Dog's Bark-Biting Could Cost $3,100
ALTOONA, Pa. (AP) - A pit bull that likes to get a lot of bark in its bite could end up costing its owner $3,100.
This summer, Tyler Port allowed his dog, Rossman, to run loose in a park. The dog apparently had a habit of chewing bark off trees, and Port was cited for failure to keep the dog under control.
John Iorio, the city's dog law officer, also is seeking $3,100 to cover the cost of replacing three honey locust trees, which a consultant said may die.
Port, 22, says his dog had an "infatuation" with trees and enjoyed rubbing up against them and hanging on their limbs from her teeth.
"The kids loved it, so I allowed it," Port said. "Once someone expressed concern, it ceased."
Port said he was optimistic an agreement could be reached and the charges would be dropped.

South Dakota Town To Rename Hooker St.
WHITEWOOD, S.D. (AP) - If the Rev. David Baer has his way, the Whitewood City Council will change the name of one of the northern Black Hills town's streets.
Hooker Street doesn't quite lend itself to a family atmosphere and is offensive to some residents in the town of about 800 people, according to Baer.
It's actually named after a Union general from the Civil War, but Baer said that even renaming it to General Hooker Street might not be much better.
Any renaming would affect one resident and six water bill accounts, said Brenda Lindstrom, Whitewood city finance officer.
The council is expected to discuss the request its Dec. 17 meeting.

Beauty pageant gown laced with pepper spray?
Organizers of a Puerto Rico beauty pageant are trying to figure out who laced a contestant's evening gowns and makeup with pepper spray. Ingrid Marie Rivera was composed while in front of the judges. Backstage, however, she was breaking out in hives.
A pageant spokeswoman said the first time Rivera had a reaction, they thought it may be allergies or even nerves. The second time, he said, they knew it wasn't a coincidence.
Rivera's clothing and makeup later tested positive for pepper spray. Even though she was swelling up and covered in hives, Rivera snagged the crown. She will represent Puerto Rico next year in Miss Universe. » Article here

Dude tries to deposit fake $1 million dollar bill
A bank teller had a million reasons not to open an account for an Augusta, Ga., man, authorities said. Alexander D. Smith, 31, was charged with disorderly conduct and two counts of forgery after he walked into the bank and tried to open an account by depositing a fake $1 million bill, said Aiken County Sheriff's spokesman Lt. Michael Frank. The employee refused to open the account and called police while the man started to curse at bank workers, Frank said. The second forgery charge came after investigators learned Smith bought several cartons of cigarettes from a nearby grocery store with a stolen check, Frank said.
The federal government has never printed a million-dollar bill, Frank said. » Article here

Man Caught Trying To Steal ATM With Backhoe
Deputies caught a man early Friday morning trying to steal an ATM from an East Naples bank by pulling it out of the ground with a stolen backhoe.
Brady Lee Wright, 22, is charged with burglary of a business, two counts of grand theft and two counts of criminal mischief.
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Police officer are not above the law.
A police officer has been ordered to wear an electronic tag for eight weeks after being convicted of assault. Dyfed Powys police constable Paul Summers, was caught on CCTV cameras hitting a motorist he had pulled over in Llanelli. Summers was given a 16 week suspended jail sentence at Swansea Magistrates' Court. He was also ordered to obey a night time curfew as part of the sentence and pay £200 compensation to his victim. Dyfed Powys Police has also confirmed that Summers has been suspended from the force following the investigation into the assault.