Saturday, May 9, 2009

Come and Arrest Me

Police didn't have to dust for fingerprints to find this suspect -- they just rifled through the wallet he left behind at the scene.
Albert Vincent Perkins is charged with robbing First Federal Bank in Kansas City on Thursday. Police say he walked into the bank, handed the teller a plastic bag and ordered her to give him all of the $100 bills. Then he walked out of the bank -- but left his wallet sitting on the counter.
The U.S. attorney's office says the teller and a customer in the bank identified the photo on the driver's license and another photo in the wallet as the robber.
Perkins was arrested Thursday night. Police say he took about $3,100.

Kitty gets washed.

I don't mean to offend anyone by this clip.
This clip is just for a laugh...

WTF! That's not a woman...


Simple But Expensive Garage Door Opener


Subway Trains Collide in Boston

A subway train rear-ended another subway train that was stopped between two underground stations in downtown Boston on Friday night, injuring about 50 people, and one of the conductors told police he was texting at the time of the crash, officials said.
About 100 people were evacuated, and 49 were taken to area hospitals, but officials said their injuries did not appear to be life-threatening.
The 24-year-old operator of the moving train, who was the most seriously injured, admitted to police that he was sending text messages from his cell phone when the accident occurred, Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority general manager Dan Grabauskas said.
The MBTA has stepped up enforcement of the rule against cell phone use by operators following a subway train crash in Newton last May that killed the driver that collided with another. Although there were reports the driver was using a cell phone just before the crash, an investigation ultimately determined there was no evidence she was using her phone.
Grabauskas said the operator of the train that struck the parked one admitted to investigators who interviewed him in a hospital he saw the red light ahead of him as he was texting, but it was too late to stop.
"I can tell you it's difficult to contain my outrage at hearing this," Grabauskas said.
Driving is a PRIVILEGE - not a right.
When driving your car, your eyes needs to be straight ahead.
Both hands needs be on the steering wheel.
You need to observe speed limits.
You need to yield the right of way to pedestrians/other cars.
You need to STOP for stop signs and red lights.
You need to pull over to the side of the road to allow emergency vehicles to past from both directions.

Mystery Snake Head Found in Broccoli at T.G.I. Friday's UPDATE

T.G.I. Friday's says a severed snake head found in a dish of broccoli at one of its upstate New York restaurants was apparently planted in the meal.
Company spokeswoman Amy Freshwater said Friday independent laboratory tests confirmed the snake head was added to cooked broccoli at its Clifton Park restaurant. The Carrollton, Texas, company has asked state police to investigate.
Diner Jack Pendleton of Ballston Lake says he found the snake head on Sunday.
Freshwater says the company doesn't know who put the head in the meal. Pendleton says he didn't.
Pendleton says that after he e-mailed a cell phone photo of the head to his friends, one of them posted it on a consumer complaint Web site. Pendleton has said he has no plans to sue.
Dan said...
I bet someone drop this into the broccoli intentionally.
May 8, 2009 3:08 PM