Friday, June 20, 2008

Just for Laughs

Saw an article in a women's magazine entitled "All Men Are Liars" - which was strange because it was right next to an advertisement for Wonderbra.
Giving money and power to government is like giving a credit card and car keys to a teenager
My ex-girlfriend has a picture of a sea shell tattooed on her inner thigh.If you put your ear to it, you can smell the ocean.
Tired of a listless sex life, the man came right out and asked his wife during a recent lovemaking session, "How come you never tell me when you have an orgasm?"
She glanced at him casually and replied, "You’re never home!"
Big Brother 9.Sixteen f@cking weirdos in a small house in Elstree.
Never a suicide bomber around when you need one.
You can’t eat tomatoes because they’re tainted with deadly salmonella.
First there was tainted lettuce. Now, tainted tomatoes.
Who would have thought that the healthiest part of a B.L.T. would be the bacon?
From different sources

Late News.....

Police wakes man at 3 a.m. to warn of unlocked door
LAKEVILLE, Minn. -- A Lakeville man says he feels violated after two police officers woke him up at 3 a.m. to tell him his door was unlocked. Their surprise visit was part of a public service campaign to remind residents to secure their homes to prevent thefts. Usually, officers just leave notices on doors. But they went further in Troy Molde's case on Thursday. Police entered the house where four children under 7 were having a sleepover, and then went upstairs to Molde's bedroom. The officers told Molde his garage door was open, the TV was on, the keys to his truck were left in the ignition and the door to his house was ajar.
A police spokesman says the intrusion was justified because the officers' initial door knocks went unanswered, and they wanted to make sure nothing was wrong.He says the kids inside -- Molde's two sons and two nephews -- were afraid to wake their dad, so the officers went upstairs.

Read All About It.....

12-Year-Old Grounded for Too Much Internet Use Gets Punishment Overturned in Court

A Canadian court has overturned a father's punishment for his daughter after she refused to stay off the Internet, his attorney said Wednesday.
The girl, 12, took her father to Quebec Superior Court after he refused to allow her to go on a school trip for chatting on Web sites and then posting "inappropriate" pictures of herself online using a friend's computer, AFP reported.
The punishment was for the girl's "own protection," according to the father's attorney, Kim Beaudoin, who is appealing the ruling.
"She's a child," Beaudoin told AFP. "At her age, children test their limits and it's up to their parent to set boundaries. I started an appeal of the decision today to reestablish parentalauthority, and to ensure that this case doesn't set a precedent."
Otherwise, she continued, "Parents are going to be walking on egg shells from now on."
According to court documents, the girl's Internet usage was the latest in a rash of disciplinary problems. But Justice Suzanne Tessier, who was presiding over the case, found the punishment too severe.
Anonymous said...
How did a 12-year-old get this to court in the first place?
Why didn't the judge just throw the case out of court?

Price of gas is expensive these days...

Even the owner of this Bugatti Veyron the world's most expensive car can’t afford the gas

Who Loves Ice-cream?

Turkish Ice-Cream-Man .. a big hit with tourists.
Ayden the treatmonger has a good laugh at some westerners expense.

Kids with a ball and dad with an ice cream..hmmm?

The year is 2008

The place: high school health class "kids this is how babies are born.... "

I wonder just who designs these things??? seriously?!

Underage Sex in Gloucester Massachusetts

Kids Having Kids
A Massachusetts high school is facing a pregnancy boom with 17 girls entering summer vacation expecting babies in what some have called a pregnancy pact. None of them is older than 16.
Officials at Gloucester High School in Gloucester, Mass., are investigating whether half of the teens made a pact to get pregnant during the school year.
Officials said that beginning last fall a large group of girls started asking the school clinic for pregnancy tests, the site said.
"Some girls seemed more upset when they weren't pregnant than when they were," principal Joseph Sullivan told
The pregnancy rate at the 1,200-student school is four times higher than the previous year, and officials were shocked to learn that men in their 20s had fathered some of the babies.
"We found out one of the fathers is a 24-year-old homeless guy,"
Another Gloucester Story
Woman, Boyfriend Plead Guilty to Pornographic Photos of 8-Year-Old Daughter
A Gloucester Massachusetts woman and her boyfriend both pleaded guilty to federal charges for posting pornographic photos of the woman's 8-year-old daughter online.
Kendra D'Andrea and Willie Jordan pleaded guilty to production of child pornography and conspiracy to produce child pornography.
Jordan is scheduled to be sentenced July 10 and D'Andrea is scheduled to be sentenced Sept. 23. They face a maximum of 30 years in prison.
The couple still face state charges of rape and distributing obscene materials.
D'Andrea was arrested in December 2004 after state child welfare officials received an anonymous tip that a girl was being abused. Jordan, a trucker, was arrested later in Michigan.
The couple allegedly photographed Jordan having sex with the girl then posted the pictures online. No trial date has been set.
Craig said...
What's this another cult?

Butt Sniffing Friends


At the Car Wash

Woman takes the car wash seriously and hosed down the interior of her car

Old lady goes through car wash at 60mph, crosses a four lane highway wrecking her car

Lazy People Getting Even Lazier

Public enema number one the 800lb enema

A Russian spa resort most famous treatments – the enema.

Small Bits of News You Didn’t Know you Needed

Parolee takes stolen car to parole office
Marcus George complied with the law when he reported to a parole officer shortly after his release from prison. Police said he erred, however, when he drove to the meeting in a stolen car.
George, 20, was released on parole last week after serving time on burglary and theft convictions.
Prosecutor Nicole Pugh said George and a friend went to a Pine Bluff dealership, where they took a Toyota on a test drive and didn't return it. The pair also reportedly stole a Dodge Charger from a dealership in Sherwood - the car George was driving when he showed up to meet with his parole officer in Pine Bluff. George was arrested at the parole office on suspicion of theft by receiving and theft of property.
Skunks reek havoc under family’s home
A family's dream home became a stinky nightmare after skunks moved in. They chewed underneath Kerry McCullough's house in Sheffield Lake, about 20 miles west of Cleveland, and started their own family.
The squatters went unnoticed until the heat was turned on last winter. The McCulloughs' house uses hot water heat with exposed pipes running under the floors. When a skunk brushed up against the pipes, it would spray.
"It would be 30 degrees, and I'd have the windows open," said Karen McCullough, 46. "I'd go to the grocery store and people would say, 'It smells like skunk.'"
What's really foul is how much damage the critters can cause. The McCulloughs had to replace doors and walls and take their kitchen apart, for a total cost of about $75,000.
Kerry McCullough said at least his insurance doesn't stink: It covered most of the bills.
Police catch man who hid marijuana around penis
Getting caught with marijuana by police is bad enough. But the drug arrest of John Christopher Williams, 34, was particularly embarrassing.
Williams has a lengthy criminal record and had failed to show up for court dates more than once, leading to a warrant for his arrest. When police found and arrested him they didn’t find any drugs on him and Williams didn’t say anything.
It was only when he was being checked in to prison that guards discovered nine grams of marijuana wrapped around his penis. Williams says it was all a misunderstanding.
He appeared yesterday in Dartmouth Provincial Court under charges of smuggling drugs into prison.
Man brandishing palm frond and flip flops tries to rob store
It's an attempted robbery you might not believe. Surveillance video shows a man using part of a palm tree to hold up a store in DeLand. Even though he didn't use a traditional weapon, he'll still face the same charges. How a customer responded to the threat was also unusual. He chased him out of the store with a bar stool.Police said it ranks near the top as one of the oddest things they've ever seen. But the palm frond wasn't the robber's only weapon. He was also brandishing a pair of flip-flops. Gelando Olivieri burst through the door of V and F Discount Beverage threatening the clerk with the sharp end of a palm frond.


Bank robber makes getaway in teller's car
A man who robbed a West Des Moines bank got away with the loot -- and the teller's car. Police say the man confronted the teller with a handgun when she arrived at the bank just before 7 a.m. on Thursday. Police say the man forced the teller into the bank where he took an undetermined amount of money before fleeing in the woman's car.
Teen blames pet gerbil for 3-car accident
A teenager is blaming her pet gerbil for a car crash in Springville Tuesday.
Officers say the 17-year-old girl was driving her Jeep on Highway 51. She veered off the road and slammed into a car stopped along the shoulder. That car hit another, which pinned a woman between the two vehicles and struck another person.
Both people went to the hospital, police say, with broken legs.
The Jeep driver said her pet gerbil, also in the car, escaped from its cage. She tried to catch the pet and did not realize she had swerved.