Sunday, August 3, 2008

Assorted Images

Does this make you feel better?
It sure makes me feel good.
Grow your own "Girl Friend"
There Still Hope for You
Are you sure that’s a poppy plant?
Prescription Painkillers are made from this plant
Wipe Out!
He’s going to feel that for days
Watch out for Strange People.
They are Everywhere.

"Not just for Adults but also for Kids"

What's in your trash?

Always wear a Condom

Small Bits of News You Didn’t Know you Needed

Man posed as police officer to steal gas
Suburban Chicago police say a man allegedly posed as a police officer to fill his Jaguar with free gas at least 10 times.
Police said Michael Wurm, 26, claimed to be a police officer and promised gas station employees he would return to pay later on at least 10 occasions in May and June in the Chicago suburbs of Lincolnshire, Buffalo Grove, Naperville and Deerfield.
He was arrested July 24 after Illinois State Police stopped him for speeding on Interstate 55. Wurm told police he was a struggling record promoter.
"He basically said he was down on his luck," Lincolnshire police Detective John-Erik Anderson said. "His promotions were not bringing in a lot of dough. He was hard up on cash."
Woman arrested with her wallet in purse
A woman who left her wallet in a purse she allegedly tried to steal was arrested.
Police say Kimberly Jo Kirby, 44, stole a purse and hid other merchandise inside it Thursday while she was in the JC Penney in Richmond Mall.
When a store employee confronted Kirby outside the store, she dropped the purse and tried to punch the employee with keys in her fist, police say. She then sped away in a vehicle.
The employee discovered that Kirby left her wallet, which included her identification, inside the purse, and turned over the items to police.
Kirby later contacted JC Penney to see whether her wallet had been found. She then went to the Richmond Police Department to retrieve it after an employee told her it was turned over to them.
Kirby was arrested and charged with second degree robbery and third degree possession of a controlled substance for Xanax and Ambien pills found on her at the time of the arrest.
Saudi accused of having six wives
A member of the Saudi religious police has been accused of having six wives at the same time - two more than allowed under religious laws, reports say.
The 56-year-old was detained in south-western Jizan province, according to the Saudi newspaper al-Watan.
Three of the women involved were Saudis and the other three were from Yemen, just over the border.
Baby Factory Opens for Business in Poland
A controversial "baby factory" producing infants for £ 11,000.00 = $21,693.1 U.S. dollars for childless couples.
The Warsaw center is home to 37 young surrogate mothers ready to give birth to children for couples unable to have their own.
The surrogate moms have been medically examined, given support and checked for any history of genetic disease.
The women undertake not to drink alcohol or smoke during pregnancy and sign a waiver giving up all rights to their children when they are born.
Addresses for the surrogate mothers and couples paying for children are cross-checked to ensure they don't live in the same area.
New York Girl Falls 14 Stories, Saved by Soft Landing
A 12-year-old girl who fell into a chimney on her Manhattan rooftop and plummeted down the flue for 14 stories survived almost unscathed when she landed in a pile of furnace soot — a moment of amazing grace that matches her name.
Grace Bergere, a young rock drummer, was recovering at a New York hospital on Saturday with an injured hip. But after the harrowing urban drama, she should soon be back to banging out a beat and walking around her West Village neighborhood.
A two-foot-deep pile of ash and dust may have saved Grace's life, cushioning her fall when she crashed into a basement furnace, fire officials said.
"I broke my leg! I broke my leg!" she yelled out after rescuers spotted her soot-caked hand reaching out for help.
PICTURE and More
Boy, 12, Shot and Killed Mom After Argument
Police say a 12-year-old Arizona boy shot and killed his mother with a handgun after an argument.
Cochise County sheriff's spokeswoman Carol Capas says deputies were called to a home Friday near Douglas on the Mexican border. They found 34-year-old Sara Madrid shot multiple times, and she died at a hospital.
The boy was booked into the county juvenile detention center on a charge of first-degree murder.
Capas says the boy was at home with his mother, stepfather and a sibling when an argument broke out. The parents left, and when they returned the boy opened fire on his mom. No one else was hurt. Capas says she does not know what the argument was about.

Hill Stops Postal

Village's postal deliveries stops because it's on a hill.
Delivering the mail to a hamlet has turned out be an uphill struggle...
Postal bosses have decided the road is "too steep" and are cancelling the service - to the fury of villagers.
Residents of 11 homes in "BOOZE", in the Yorkshire Dales, face a 30- mile round trip to Richmond to collect post.
Royal Mail acted because a health and safety report said the route was too dangerous.

Killer Eats Victim's Flesh

A police officer at the scene of a grisly beheading on a Canadian bus reported seeing the attacker hacking off pieces of the victim's body and eating them, according to a police tape leaked on the Internet Saturday.
In the tape of radio transmissions, a Royal Canadian Mounted Police officer refers to the attacker as "Badger" and says he is armed with a knife and scissors and is "defiling the body at the front of the bus as we speak."
On the tape, which lasts about 80 seconds, officers continue to detail the attacker's movements until one reports, "Badger's at the back of the bus, hacking off pieces and eating it."
Anonymous said...
I think that your blog is no place for a picture of a severed head, especially when children, teenagers, and sensitive adults might stumble upon your post.
Please remove it!!
This is from "FOX News"
There is no picture of a severed head it is just a audio from the police communications.
This blog is for "ADULTS" no children should be on it.
I can't control what kids would click on and that should be up to their parents to use a filter to prevent their child from things they don't want them to see.
Leave a comment if you think this post should be removed or not.
Anonymous said...
don't remove anything why should you? to hell with that noise your sensitive don't look/listen. Your header warns enough.
Countess B said...
Don't remove it. How sad that someone else wants you to do what is their responsiblity as a parent. Pathetic!