Sunday, August 17, 2008

Ok What’s Plan B


Never Ending Supply Of "DUMBASS" People

Semi Truck vs. Train

What Was That Driver Thinking?
Derek said...
It's so called "truck drivers" like that who give the rest of us a bad name.
I hope he lived, but I also hope he never drives ANYTHING again.

It’s all over Jack when.......


Professor moons students during heated debate - NSFW
An argument between two debate coaches that was caught on video was not the sharp-witted dialogue typically associated with college debate teams.

Did You Know.......

There Is No Pain In Getting Your Vagina Repair

Lord Rex said...
This isn't a joke. (The sign looks like it's in India, or the region). It's advertising hymen repair. Women go in to have the procedure done, so that they can hide their pre-marital infidelities and be married as virgins. Repressive social pressure, and all that. Sad, really...

Small Bits of News You Didn’t Know you Needed

Man in Trouble For Grabbing a Hand Full
A Madison man's disorderly conduct might have only landed him a misdemeanor or two. But when he allegedly grabbed an officer below the belt and squeezed, the offense became a felony.
Twenty-nine-year-old Keith Stendahl was charged Friday with battery of a police officer, a felony. He also faces misdemeanor charges of resisting an officer and disorderly conduct.
Prosecutors say Stendahl made an obscene gesture at a passing motorist and threatened a female companion. Police say they arrived and put him in the squad car, but he began to pound the window. Officers say they took him out of the car to handcuff him and he began to scuffle, at one point squeezing an officer's groin.
Man's ear chewed off after dispute with neighbor
Two Ogden neighbors got into a fight after a minor league baseball game that ended with one them biting off a part of the other's ear. The two men had returned home from the Ogden Raptors baseball game late Wednesday when police said one man apparently offended the other with a comment.
Ogden Police Lt. Scott Sangberg said the offended man responded by striking the other in the face several times and then clamping down on his ear with his teeth and pulling back with enough force to rip off a part of the ear.
The man was booked into the Weber County Jail and is facing charges of assault causing mayhem, assault of an officer, possession of marijuana, intoxication and resisting arrest, Sangberg said.
Robber locked keys in getaway car
Memo to anyone planning a drug store robbery: don't lock your keys in the getaway vehicle. Police said John Wilkinson, 24, of Big Spring, did just that after he allegedly robbed the Stanton Drug Store of Zanax and hydrocodine with what was later found to be a caulking gun.
They said Wilkinson used the caulking gun, wrapped in a dark cloth, to get the drugs Thursday afternoon.
Afterward, he allegedly headed back to his vehicle, which was parked and running in front of the drug store, and discovered he was locked out, the Midland Reporter-Telegram reported in its online edition Thursday.
Stanton Police Chief Mike Adams said Wilkinson then tried to get away on foot. Police, who thought he had a gun, shot him in the top of his shoulder during the short chase.
12-year-old drove mom to bar
Police in Longview, Texas, have arrested a woman who allegedly had her 12-year-old daughter drive her to a bar.
Investigators said the 12-year-old was stopped for a traffic violation while she was pulling a blue minivan into her family's driveway Wednesday and the girl told the officer she had just returned from dropping off her mother, Jennifer Rosenburg, 35, at Leon's Steak House.
Rosenburg admitted to police that her daughter had driven her to the bar.
Web posting led to arrest
Authorities in Banks, Ore., said a 19-year-old thief was arrested after the items he is accused of taking showed up for sale on the Craigslist Web site.
A Washington County Sheriff's Office spokesman said detectives became suspicious when Craigslist postings Monday and Tuesday offered two air compressors, eight pneumatic tools and a chain saw just days after similar items were reported stolen last Friday, The Oregonian reported Friday.
The spokesman said Jared Skirving, 19, who made the postings on the Web site, was found to be in possession of all but one of the stolen items at his home, which is near the house where the tools were reported stolen.
Vandals Turn Florida Judge Candidate Into Joker on Campaign Signs
Vandals have struck a series of Florida election campaign signs — in one case transforming a judge into a joker — but not everyone is finding it funny.
Candidate Robert Angus Williams, who is running for circuit judge in Pasco County, put up his signs, and within days most of them were defaced.
This isn't your run-of-the-mill graffiti. The "artists" painted big, red clown lips over Williams' mouth and dark sagging circles around his eyes, making Williams look like the Joker in Batman.
The prospective judge, for one, has kept his sense of humor about the prank.
"You really have to get a chuckle out of it," Williams said, adding that his brother-in-law told him he looked better with the makeup.
But the signs can cost as much as much as $500 a pop, and authorities are treating it as a criminal matter.
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Sandcastles and Bikinis are just two By-Laws
Italian mayors have issued a series of bizarre by-laws including a €500 (£400) fine for kissing in cars in Eboli and a €250 fine for building sandcastles on the beach at Eraclea, near Venice.
Encouraged by a national crackdown on crime and spurred by a decree giving extra powers to maintain order, mayors have banned a myriad of pet hates. Smoking on the beach at Oristano in Sardinia attracts a €360 fine, while anyone fleeing to the mountains of Alto Adige should resist picking mushrooms or pay €113.
Wearing noisy wooden clogs or wandering off the beach in a bikini in Capri is forbidden, as is feeding pigeons in Lucca, lighting fireworks in Positano, apart from on Saturdays, and mowing lawns in Forte di Marmi on weekends.
The government has also got in on the act, this month banning the increasing number of Chinese women who patrol Italy's beaches offering massages.
Motorists pump money into fake parking machines
Fake parking machines have been set up in a car park to take money from unsuspecting motorists. The council-owned site had been free until the two machines, which charge 50p an hour, appeared without warning on Monday.
Sunderland Council has confirmed that it had not given permission to install the machines near the Museum Vaults pub,
"Nobody has any idea where the machines came from," she said. "Somebody comes out maybe once or twice a day to empty the money, but we haven't managed to catch them yet.
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Second Spanish team photographed making 'slit-eyed' gesture
A second group of Spanish Olympic athletes has been photographed making "slit-eyed" gestures, threatening to overshadow the Beijing Games with a row over racial stereotyping.
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