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Tweed Heads firefighters called to remove man's penis - from the ring of a spanner
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How the number of Muslims in Germany is way lower than people think - The Local - A report by the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF) released by the Interior Ministry on Wednesday shows that as of the end of 2015, between 4.4 million and 4.7 million Muslims live in Germany.Within a total German population of about 81.4 million people, that means between 5.4 and 5.7 percent of the people living in Germany practice Islam. And it’s an increase of about 1.2 million people since the last census in 2011.
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600-year-old New Jersey oak tree is dying | NJ.com - What is believed to be the oldest white oak tree in the country, one that has called Basking Ridge home for more than 600 years, is now dramatically showing signs of age and causing concern.
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Woman's Body Found on University of Texas at Austin Campus - NBC News - Police in Austin are searching for a killer on a college campus after the body of a young woman was found at the University of Texas on Tuesday morning.The body, found near Waller Creek just west of the Alumni Center at about 10:30 a.m., is that of a woman in her 20's, reported NBC affiliate KXAN. The woman has not been publicly identified and no suspects have been named, but police are investigating the incident as a possible homicide, authorities said
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The Latest: Texas executes man for killing 12-year-old boy - TimesDaily: Nation - A South Texas man has been executed for the 1998 slaying of a 12-year-old boy whose blood the convicted killer said he drank after beating the seventh-grader with a pipe and slitting his throat.
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Watch Austin turn into Brand Central during SXSW | PCWorld - Every spring, South by Southwest Interactive packs thought-provoking panels and some of the smartest people around into a few square miles in downtown Austin. The festival isn’t all high-level discussions about the future of technology, though—it tends to be a predictor of tech trends to come. So it’s no wonder that the biggest brands in the world set up shop around the Austin Convention Center to lure in attendees with events that might go viral on Twitter or Instagram.
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Congressman files bill for money to stem lionfish numbers | Environment | KeysNet - U.S. Rep. Carlos Curbelo (R-District 26, the Keys and part of Miami) this week filed the FILET (Finding Innovative Lionfish Elimination Techniques) Act that seeks to secure $1.5 million annually for five years of research.
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Austin, brace yourselves for one of the highest rent hikes in the U.S. - CultureMap Austin - Hopefully you’ve invested in residential real estate property in Austin, because 2016 is promising some big numbers. However, if you’re not a homeowner who rents out a property, well, the forecast doesn't look too hot for you.
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At-risk boating law has teeth with fines, awaits Scott's signature | News | KeysNet - The Florida Keys lead the state in abandoned derelict vessels, with an estimate of about 300 derelicts stranded on the Florida Bay or Atlantic sea floor at any given time.A November report from Monroe County Marine Resources said the county spent nearly $200,000 in boating-improvement money to remove 49 boats from November 2014 to October 2015.
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Austin aims to improve traffic as finalist for Smart City Challenge | KXAN.com - AUSTIN (KXAN) — The city is making national headlines. U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx has named Austin as one of seven finalists in the Smart City Challenge. He announced the finalists Saturday afternoon at the C3 Mobility Showcase during SXSW.
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Nazi island resort to be turned into luxury flats - The Local - A vast Nazi mega-complex meant as holiday homes for German workers and later used by the Soviets as a Cold War barracks is about to be turned into luxury flats.
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Ankara mayor sued over erection of Transformer robot statue - A union of chambers has filed a lawsuit against Ankara Mayor Melih Gkek on the grounds that he squandered local taxpayers' money by erecting a huge statue of a giant robot.
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Top 10 Reasons Why People Become Terrorists - The word terrorism is described in Merriam-Webster Dictionary as the use of violent acts to frighten the people in an area. Terrorism does not specifically points about bombings and suicide attacks but in fact all of the actions -such as murders, theft, robbery etc. which frighten people lie under it. Mostly the purpose of terrorism is to create havoc politically, religiously or ideologically. Terrorism is practiced massively by many political parties in different countries. Terrorist activities are increasing day by day in all most every country. Mostly it is seen to disrupt election campaigns or to deteriorate law and order situation in the country. Moreover, many political parties and religious sectors have the terrorism wing just to earn a big amount of black money. see full post click now:http://wikihowo.blogspot.com/2014/10/top-10-worlds-most-mysterious-places.html
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Seen These Signs in Downtown Austin? We Met the Guy Behind Them | KUT - You may have seen them on your morning commute: handmade signs, around Lamar and Barton Springs, offering services and sentiments that seem more than a little bit off.
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Panic spreads through New York as it's revealed Ebola doctor rode the subway, went bowling and took an Uber taxi home before testing positive for deadly virus | Daily Mail Online - 'I ain't taking the subway no more': Fear and panic spreads as Ebola doctor's week-long itinerary reveals he rode three subway lines, ate out, went bowling and took an Uber taxi before testing positive for deadly virus
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Nurse 'killed patients because he was bored' - A nurse allegedly murdered three patients in a hospital's intensive care unit using lethal doses of drugs because he was bored, a court heard on Thursday.
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Man marries his daughter, 14, and has two children with her after wife died - A man was arrested after people learned about his incestuous relationship with his young daughter.Killion Moyo, 65, of Zimbabwe, is a traditional healer from the Bezha village in the Umzingwane District.He is accused of marrying his 14-year-old daughter. The teenager gave birth to 2 kids, who were conceived by her father.
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Guizhou boy decides workers outside his apartment are too loud, cuts safety rope: Shanghaiist - A 10-year-old boy in Guizhou who was watching TV in his eighth-floor apartment decided to take matters into his own hands when his cartoons kept getting interrupted by the sound of construction on Monday. The boy reportedly cut in half the safety rope attached to the worker who was installing lights on his building, leaving the man dangling in mid-air for up to 40 minutes before he was rescued
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Police Doing Spot Drug Tests at Beijing Bars - Warranted or not, Beijing bars have a notorious reputation for heavy alcohol and drug use. Just last month, photographs were taken of several expats seen mistreating a man who had fallen unconscious, while a Sanlitun drug bust in May resulted in the arrest of 30 suspects that included 10 foreigners. But are Beijing bars really that bad?
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$5 million up in smoke! Connecticut mansion belonging to motivational speaker - Looks like he might end up living in a VAN DOWN BY THE RIVER!
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Exploding toilet leaves woman badly burnt - A woman has had to undergo skin grafting on her legs after she was badly burnt in a methane gas explosion caused by the lack of ventilation and cleanliness of a Barcelona bar toilet.
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Meanwhile in Korea - A seven-story building on the verge of its grand opening abruptly tilted to one side in Asan, South Chungcheong Province on Monday morning.
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Queensland Government Bans Chocolate, Saffron, Echinacea and Beer - Last week the QLD government passed the Criminal Law Amendment Bill 2012. As a result, many harmless chemicals, foodstuffs and herbal medicines were inadvertently banned including the popular cold and flu herb, Echinacea; the popular sleep tonic, Tryptophan; saffron; chocolate and even the unthinkable – alcohol.The new laws state that if the ‘intent’ of a substance is to have similar effects to a banned or dangerous drug, the substance virtually becomes the drug.
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UPDATE: Vintage porn collection worth $7500 stolen | wzzm13.com - A pornography company is offering to help a Muskegon man whose pricey porn collection was stolen.Earlie Johnson came home earlier this week to find his vintage porn collection missing, along with two flat-screen television sets.Johnson says he collects rare performances by African American actresses, making the $7,500 collection irreplaceable. But a porn distributor is willing to try.
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High-voltage fences promise to zap would-be copper thieves - It may be a gimmick or maybe the ultimate answer, but a California city this week Ok'd a draft ordinance that would let businesses install 7,000 volt electric fences to protect sites from rampant copper thieves.
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Supposed image of Mother Mary will be transferred to church - The glass panel at the Sime Darby Medical Centre (SDMC) where an image of the Blessed Virgin Mary is believed to have appeared will be moved to a church in Klang.Church of St Thomas More parish priest Rev Father Simon Labrooy said the decision was reached after meeting with the management of SDMC.“The Catholic Church is in agreement with SDMC that the present situation cannot continue as we are concerned over the direct effect this may have on emergency services at SDMC,” he said in a letter addressed to parishioners.
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Nancy Pelosi's home in Napa County burglarized - House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi got some bad news Monday, but it wasn't from the polls on election eve.Thieves broke into a home owned by the longtime Democratic representative for San Francisco on Monday afternoon, smashing two glass doors and setting off an alarm. No one was home at the time of the break-in.
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First in new line of Coast Guard cutters assigned to Miami - Biscayne Corridor - MiamiHerald.com - Miami leaders on Saturday celebrated the launch of the first of a new generation of Coast Guard cutters designed to patrol South Florida’s coasts to keep undocumented immigrants and drug smugglers from entering the state. The $88 million, 154-foot Webber, bigger and far more advanced than the older, 110-foot models, is equipped with four .50-caliber machine guns and a remote-operated gyro-stabilized 25mm chain gun located near the cutters bow, which can be fired from inside of the pilots house, making it safer for crew members.
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Rick Scott's Facebook Team Forced To Remove Fake 'Miami Herald' Front Page Image (PHOTOS) - Florida Governor Rick Scott's Facebook managers posted an image containing a doctored Miami Herald headline Tuesday, prompting the paper's managing editor to demand it be removed.
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Deranged punk shot dead before friendly fire fells officer - A Long Island cop was shot in the face and killed by an MTA officer after a knife-wielding self-proclaimed satanist lunged at police and was gunned down in his home Saturday, sources said.The tragic events unfolded after Nassau County police got a call for a wild-eyed man walking the streets in Massapequa Park armed with a blade and slashing cars shortly after 8 p.m., authorities and witnesses said.
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Mom charged after tot walks into NY road with pot - Yahoo! News - Authorities have charged a 30-year-old New York woman with endangering the welfare of a child after police say her toddler wandered into an upstate road clutching a bag of marijuana.
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400-pound woman caught shoplifting when motorized cart gets stuck at Rochester Hills Meijer - A Pontiac woman’s alleged theft attempt was foiled this week when her motorized cart became stuck at a Rochester Hills Meijer.Jerrie Perkins, 30, is charged with unarmed robbery, resisting and obstructing a police officer and second-degree retail fraud.Her bond was set at $15,000 by 52-3 District Magistrate Nick Camargo during arraignment Thursday.Investigators said Perkins was attempting to leave the Rochester Road Meijer with more than $600 worth of stolen electronic merchandise when her cart got stuck and she was unable to drive out the door.
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Local News | Border activist convicted in deadly home invasion - TUCSON, Ariz. —The leader of an anti-illegal-immigrant group was convicted Monday in a home invasion that left a 9-year-old girl and her father dead in what prosecutors said was an attempt to steal drug money to fund the group's operations.
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White supremacist Darryl Potts wins right to handgun, tribunal rules - A MAN declared a white supremacist by police and ruled a possible risk to public safety by a psychiatrist has been granted the right to possess a handgun.Darryl Potts, who believes there is a Jewish conspiracy to destroy other races, had his AB firearms and probationary pistol licences revoked by police after he expressed "white supremacy views" to officers during an incident involving domestic violence.But, in a landmark case, the Administrative Decisions Tribunal has ruled that, even though Mr Potts might hold extreme and offensive views, that does not mean he is mentally impaired and he is legally entitled to a firearm licence.
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Christmas tree hurled during fight - One woman is under arrest after she allegedly threw a Christmas tree at her father during an argument.The incident happened December 24th just after midnight at a home on Boulanger Avenue in West Hartford.Police say 19-year old Francheska Terrero was extremely intoxicated and also threw her cell phone at her mother.
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Massive Milford fire displaces 11 residents - MILF's left homeless.
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Time capsule unearthed - booze missing - Soto was excited to see the contents of the capsule but was puzzled by a missing item that was supposed to be inside."I was surprised when we opened it. There was a bottle of brandy, and right now it's not there. What happened? I don't know. When we buried it, the bottle was there. I thought it was going got be there and I told my friends and co-workers it was going to be there."

Guess NeoCon dug it up to get to the brandy!
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At Least 2 Dead, 7 Hurt in Connecticut Blast - A massive gas explosion Sunday rocked a power plant under construction in Middletown, Conn., where more than 50 people were working, setting off tremors that were felt miles away. Early reports indicated that at least two people were killed and 12 injured, according to authorities.
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The Cypress Times--Christian, Consevative, Online Daily News - Fake News for Stupid People
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Boy, 12, robs store with a toy gun - A 12-year-old boy has been arrested after allegedly pointing what turned out to be a toy gun at a convenience store clerk in northern Florida. The Walton County Sheriff's Office said that the boy walked into the store Thursday. Authorities said the boy pointed a wood barreled, long gun at the clerk and demanded money from the cash register. After handing him an undisclosed amount of money, the clerk told deputies the boy said thank you and left.

Red State Values ... and stupidity
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Boy Hands Out Grandparent's Cash On Bus - CBS News - Police say a fifth-grader handed out about $300 to others on the bus ride to his eastern Indiana school. Problem is, they say, the cash was among some $10,000 he took from his grandparents' safe.
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Judge: Corps failure led to Katrina flooding - A federal judge ruled Wednesday that the Army Corps of Engineers' failure to properly maintain a navigation channel led to massive flooding in Hurricane Katrina in 2005, a decision that could make the federal government vulnerable to billions of dollars in claims.

Couldn't do the maintenance because the Bush Government had cut their budget! Thank YOU President Bush! Another fuck-up comes to light.
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A wild ride through Nevada and California for a wily coyote - “We could see a little bit of blood, not a lot, and we couldn't see any wounds,” Tevyn East said. “We didn't know if it was suffering and we should put it out of its misery, or if we could rescue it. But we realized we were going to have to take the front end of the car off to get to it.”
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Hartford Courant competitors seethe over Web site (AP) -

Manchester Journal Inquirer managing editor Chris Powell poses  in his office at the family-owned newspaper in Manchester, Conn., Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2009. Powell says that the aggregation strategy being used by the Hartford Courant is 'economic theft'.  (APP hoto/Bob Child)AP - After cutting its newsroom by half because of the recession and sagging advertising revenue, The Hartford Courant found a new source for news its competition and found itself in a plagiarism scandal.



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Man admits crawling into outhouse pit - again - A Maine man caught peering up at a girl from below an outhouse toilet seat four years ago stands accused of crawling into another pit toilet on White Mountain National Forest property in New Hampshire.

Family Azprick?
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Stand-your-ground defense clears bicyclist in shooting - The encounter turned deadly after the driver's drunken friend began beating Podany, 49. As Casey Landes, 24, landed on top of Podany and readied his fist to strike again, Podany shot him in the head with a .40-caliber Glock.
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Father, son wield swords in argument - A father-son argument escalated into a sword fight with slashing, flashing blades Sunday night, according to Elyria police. In the end, nobody was injured, but both men were charged with domestic violence.Officers were called to the family’s Ridge Court home by the wife of Thomas Heffner, 49, after he and their son, Thomas Heffner Jr., 18, argued about personal items the teen had damaged. The wife told officers her husband asked the teen to pay for the damages since he had just gotten a job, police said.
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Judge orders defendant's mouth taped shut - An eastern Idaho judge who lost patience with the disruptive behavior of a defendant ordered court officials to tape the man's mouth shut with duct tape during a court hearing.
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Lucky couple to be filthy rich! - A couple were crushed by a giant set of golden arches outside a McDonald's.Russell and Carolyn Janke were injured when the iconic symbol toppled on their car.The couple were knocked unconscious and suffered multiple injuries as they sat in the car park outside McDonald's on the Navajo Nation reservation in Window Rock, in the US.
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Dog Retrieves Human Skull - Phoenix News Story - A man walking his dogs got a gruesome surprise when one of the dogs ran off and returned with a human skull in its mouth Friday afternoon, authorities said.After a fruitless search for more remains, deputies tried again Monday, said Dwight D'Evelyn, a spokesman for the Yavapai County Sheriff's Office.

Arizona, such a nice state!
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Communities print their own currency to keep cash flowing - A small but growing number of cash-strapped communities are printing their own money.Borrowing from a Depression-era idea, they are aiming to help consumers make ends meet and support struggling local businesses.
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Raised Dump Truck Hits Overhead Sign On I-84 In Manchester - Freddie Mitchell had just dumped a load of dirt at a construction site off the right shoulder of westbound I-84 about 9:30 a.m. Wednesday when he maneuvered his dump truck back onto the highway.
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No Snickering - That Road Sign Means Something Else - CRAPSTONE, England — When ordering things by telephone, Stewart Pearce tends to take a proactive approach to the inevitable question “What is your address?”
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Con-jugal Visits - November 17, 2008 - NOVEMBER 17--Undaunted by a concrete wall separating their respective cellblocks, male and female inmates took advantage of a design flaw in an Indiana jail to engage in late-night sexual trysts. The Greene County inmates--three men and three women--pried open metal security tiles in the ceiling of their respective dormitory-style housing units to gain access to the adjoining cellblock, according to a probable cause affidavit filed in Circuit Court. A copy of that detail-packed, and entertaining, affidavit can be found here. They were able to get into the lockup next door because the concrete wall separating the spaces did not continue to the building's roof.
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Iraqi Jew Involved in Wives Swap Case - Investigation in the wives swap case revealed that an Iraqi Jew helped the main suspect to establish a website to promote wives swap.It also revealed that the main suspect is 49 years old and is a government employee. He and his wife, a school teacher, had sex with three other couples.
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Prostitutes 'hidden' on Euro banknotes as part of sex trade campaign - Altered Euro banknotes embellished with images of prostitutes are being used to discourage Ukrainian women from getting caught up in the sex trade.
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Lee County jobless rate hits 9 percent | news-press.com | The News-Press - Lee County's unemployment rose to 9 percent in August as shockwaves from the real estate collapse continue to rattle other industries. The 9 percent rate - eighth-highest in the state - means about 25,500 Lee County residents were out of work, according to data released Friday by the Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation.
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Town centre traffic is being brought to a standstill - own centre traffic is being brought to a standstill - by a cat.Now frustrated authorities have slapped a curfew on Mollie the moggy after she was blamed for wreaking havoc in St Peter's Avenue car p
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New York's Eurotrash is back! - In New York, the big story of the summer is that the Eurotrash are back. Thanks to the weak dollar, rich Europeans have been descending on the city by the jet-load, irritating the locals by referring to ludicrously overpriced luxury goods as ‘bargains’. To add insult to injury, some shops have even put up signs saying, ‘We accept euros.’ The rapper Jay-Z seems to have caught the new mood. In his latest video, he is filmed cruising the streets of New York clutching a fistful of the European banknotes.
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Restroom rage? Man assaults store owner over lack of toilet paper -- South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com - A gas station owner told police Monday he was pummeled by a man who came out of the restroom and shouted, "You don't have any toilet paper," according to a police report released Tuesday. This is what I moved away from.
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Twisters touch down near Parker, Castle Rock : Local News : - At least two tornadoes touched down southeast of Denver on Sunday between the towns of Castle Rock and Parker, the weather service said.
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Beijing stabbing victims have residence in Naples - A Chinese man stabbed part-time Naples residents Todd and Barbara Bachman, the in-laws of the U.S. Olympic men's volleyball coach. Todd, 62, was killed and his wife Barbara was seriously injured while they visited a Beijing tourist site near the main venue where Olympic competitions began today.
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Too loud during sex - A British woman was fined nearly $600 by a Brighton and Hove City Council for being too loud while having sex with her boyfriend.blog post photoNeighbors of Kerry Norris, 29, complained that the 29-year-old woman yells out obscenities and screams during the all-night love-making sessions with her boyfriend Adam Hinton.
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Guatemalan diplomats wary of immigrant roundup | news-press. - Diplomats from Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador pleaded with local immigration enforcers Friday not to indiscriminately target their citizens on the heels of a Lee County focused operation that rounded up 62 immigrants last week.AdvertisementThe men met with Collier County's top lawman, Don Hunter, whose agency boasts the first special unit in Florida to have the power to enforce immigration law, in a two-hour sit-down.
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Alleged beheader lost Wal-Mart job over conflict with fellow worker - Vince Weiguang Li rarely spoke during his lunch breaks at Wal-Mart, keeping his head down and out of sight until a disagreement with another employee led to his dismissal.A month later, the 40-year-old was charged with second-degree murder, accused in the gruesome stabbing and beheading of a Greyhound bus passenger in Manitoba late last week.
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Fort Myers to honor slain officer, ask for investigation | n - The Fort Myers City Council voted 7-0 tonight to pursue naming a public street, plaza or space after Office Andrew Widman.The 30-year-old Fort Myers police officer was shot and killed July 18 after responding to a domestic dispute on Main Street.“He’s truly our hero in our lifetime in this current time, and I can think of no one who deserves more a naming of a public street, a public plaza or public space,” said Councilman Mike Flanders, who represents downtown Fort Myers.
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Law enforcement agencies arrest 62 immigration fugitives in - As part of a five-day law enforcement operation, 62 immigration fugitives and violators, including six gang members, were arrested in Lee County last week.The operation was carried out by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), as well as the Lee and Collier County sheriff’s offices, with a focus on Lee County, according to ICE spokeswoman Nicole Navas.AdvertisementThe operation concluded Friday, and included 15 with criminal histories that included offenses from aggravated assault, battery, DUI, resisting officers, burglary, drug possession, theft and weapons violations.“The removal of illegal aliens, especially those with a criminal history, is one of ICE’s top priorities,”
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UK: Crime maps to show offences for every street - Crime maps giving details of offences that have taken place in every street in the country are to be published for the first time.

Probably soon in the US too
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Mexico's drug cartel moves to U.S. - A series of drug-related kidnappings in Gwinnett County is part of the emergence locally of what federal authorities say is a problem of national scope: powerful Mexican drug cartels whose tactics have been honed in years of bloody conflicts in their home country.
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Economy hard on kids for back-to-school - The economic problems that have gripped Lee County are hitting thousands of schoolchildren in the backpack. It's so bad, in fact, 130 children in Cape Coral, and 602 across Lee County, are classified as "homeless" by the county school district.Federal law defines homeless students as those who are in families that are sharing a home with at least one other family, living in motels or hotels, as well as those in emergency shelters or sleeping without a roof over their heads.
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Economic strain creating more homeless pets - "Moving." "Can't afford." "The landlord says the pet has to go." These are the chief reasons people are giving when they surrender their pets to local animal shelters.In a gush of tears, one family, forced to live in its car due to the economic hard times, brought their beloved four-legged friend to the Gulf Coast Humane Society so that it could get the care it needed.
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Best Bets: Fishing not bad for this time of year | news-pres - Halfway through the dog days of summer, fishing activity is predictably tepid, with a high-gas kicker. But the fishing isn’t half bad.Mangrove snapper fishing in the Gulf passes has been very good, another redfish resurgence has made for a good bite in Pine Island Sound and Charlotte Harbor, and the catch-and-release fishing also has been good.
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Water park accident was 2nd of week - An 11-year-old girl was hurt on a water slide at Rapids Water Park the day before an incident on a different slide sent a family of four to the hospital. In both cases, riders' weights are being eyed as causes.
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'Belgium Is the World's Most Successful Failed State' - Chaos has returned to Belgium's capital: The government has collapsed, the prime minister has offered his resignation. German newspapers on Wednesday wonder if the linguistically divided country will ever get its act together.
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wcbstv.com - Car Accidents Leave 18 Wounded In Manhattan - NEW YORK (CBS) ― Friday was a wild day on the streets of Manhattan. Three out-of-control drivers careened off the roads into pedestrians, leaving at least 18 people hurt, some seriously.The most recent smash-up involved an unlicensed driver and an SUV. The car jumped the curb in midtown, near Macys and Penn Station, plowing into a crowd of people, who had no chance to get out of way.
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Man stalls enough to get new outhouse - "When you're in a house, sounds carry," Preston said. "Everybody knows your business."
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Chicken Bomb! - Authorities in Connecticut are wondering who stuffed a raw roasting chicken with a pipe bomb and left it on a roadside.Simsbury police Capt. Matthew Catania says a motorist noticed the chicken Friday morning. He says the bomb was large enough to harm a person if it went off.The road was closed while the Hartford Police Department's bomb squad came and blew up the chicken.Nobody was injured. No arrests had been made Monday night.
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Controversial Court Ruling Upholds Homosexual's Right - HARTFORD, CTThe Connecticut Supreme Court on Monday upheld the right of individuals, regardless of sexual orientation, to engage in any number of "grandiose behaviors," including, but not limited to, sashaying across the room "like a hussy, yelling 'Oh my God!' at the top of their lungs while hopping up and down, and generally acting like Miss Thing."
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Video of Gruesome Hit-and-Run Released by Conn - A 78-year-old man is tossed like a rag doll by a hit-and-run driver and lies motionless on a busy city street as car after car goes by. Pedestrians gawk but appear to do nothing. One driver stops briefly but then pulls back into traffic. A man on a scooter slowly circles the victim before zipping away.
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SW Fla. smolders: Fires hit Golden Gate Estates, Sanibel, Ca - Firefighters spent a hectic Friday from one end of Southwest Florida to the other, battling a large, destructive blaze in Collier County and tiny but potentially dangerous fires in Cape Coral and Sanibel Island that threatened homes and businesses.AdvertisementThree homes were destroyed in Golden Gate Estates in what has been called a "highly suspicious" fire.That fire had consumed about 800 acres by late Friday and was about 95 percent contained, in part thanks to a 45-minute downpour."It was a nice surprise and it's what we needed," said Victor Hill, spokesman for Golden Gate Fire Control and Rescue District.
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The real story of the Pizza Pilot - The story of the man who stole a plane in Marathon and crash landed it on the shores of Cuba has become local lore. And the man who did it joined a quirky Keys army with the likes of Count Von Cassel with his dead bride and Capt. Tony with his harem of women.
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Roseate spoonbill nesting low - PLANTATION KEY Declining numbers of bird nests for a species that indicates the health of the southern Everglades and Florida Bay has Audubon scientists saying the ecosystem is suffering signs of ecological collapse. For years, fishermen and conservationists have warned state and federal officials about the number of algae blooms and have questioned the amount of water and its quality coming out of the Everglades. This year, Audubon scientists observed the worst nesting season for roseate spoonbills since the 1960s, when the species was finally rebounding from decades of plume hunting. Only 292 nests have been identified this nesting season, down 37 percent from last year, Audubon of Florida State Science Director Jerry Lorenz said.
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Plane still in water after pilot ditches near reef - A small, private plane remains under water near the reef off Boca Chica and it's up to the aircraft's owner to find it and get it out of there, a Coast Guard spokesperson said Sunday. The aircraft, a single-engine Diamond Star, went into the drink about 3 p.m. Saturday about six miles south of Key West Naval Air Station Boca Chica, the Coast Guard said. The pilot, who radioed the NAS air traffic control tower just before he crashed, was rescued by a civilian boater in a 23-foot center console sport fishing boat called "Untouchable."
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Florida Keys drinking statistics are sobering - Out of Florida's 67 counties, Monroe has the 36th largest population. Still, during the 2006-07 fiscal year, Keys restaurants, bars, boat concessions and other out-of-the-home drinking venues paid nearly $1.4 million in alcohol surcharge fees to the state, enough to rank the island chain above all but nine other Florida counties. By comparison, businesses in Miami-Dade County, where the population is 30 times that of the Keys and a lively tourist market includes the party-centric South Beach, paid just four times as much in surcharges as Monroe
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Starbucks mass training to interrupt your evening jolt - Starbucks Corp. is closing more than 7,000 of its shops on Tuesday from 5:30 P.M. through 9:00 P.M. so it can train its workers to "perfect the art of espresso." EVERYONE PANIC!!!
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Poll: Americans think ''Miami Vice'' before ''Miami Nice'' - - MIAMI (AP) Miami has sun, sand, good weather and beautiful people, but one poll says the first thing most Americans think of when they hear the city's name is Miami Vice. Crime, corruption and illegal immigration top the list of things respondents told Zogby International pollsters asking about perceptions of Miami. But most of the respondents had never been to Miami or had been away for five years or more. Pollsters say the responses show how movies and TV shows like Miami Vice" and "CSI: Miami shape the public's perceptions of South Florida.
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Whole Foods Shows You Can Get Something For Nothing - It could not have happened at a worse time. A major snowstorm was howling outside. Whole Foods supermarket at Bishops Corner in West Hartford was jammed with shoppers anxious to get home for dinner.Suddenly, the computer crashed. None of the cash registers could function. Ted Donoghue, the assistant manager running the store on the afternoon of Dec. 13, consulted associates and made a snap decision:All customers passing through the registers would get their food for free until the computers were working again.

Damn, this store is right down the street from me!
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Man Calls 911 To Demand Beer Delivery - It may have seemed like an emergency at the time, but a Connecticut man is now regretting his call to 911.The man, 35-year-old Brian Poulin of Hebron, was arrested Sunday after police said he called 911 several times and asked them to bring him beer. Hebron was charged with disorderly conduct.
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3 charged in kidnapping called 'just bizarre' - Three men have been charged with kidnapping and assault in a case worthy of a cult movie plot.A 48-year-old Lake Elsinore woman has accused the three of abducting, beating and dumping her in Mexico late last month.The accused are the 45-year-old man the woman had been living with and two of his friends, said Detective Joe Greco of the Lake Elsinore Police Department. Greco said one of the men is nicknamed "No Nose" because his face is disfigured from a gunshot wound suffered years ago.

Check out the pic of "No Nose"!
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Police: Woman Stabs Estranged Husband During Sex - GILBERT, Ariz. -- A 23-year-old Gilbert woman is accused of trying to kill her estranged husband by stabbing him in the chest with a kitchen knife while they were having sex, officers said.Gilbert police said Falon Gonzales and her husband, 26-year-old Juan Carlos Gonzales, were having marital problems. The pair was separated and Juan Gonzales had filed for divorce last month.
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Four Teens Shot on Bronx Subway Train - Police in the Bronx are searching for the gunman who opened fire on a subway earlier this morning, killing one teenager and sending three others to the hospital.

Yup we need more guns to make the streets safer!
From Nony
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Vermont town bans public nudity after brash displays - BRATTLEBORO, Vermont (Reuters) - A Vermont town that is gaining national attention for brash displays of nudity -- from teens in the buff to naked elderly people -- awoke on Wednesday to an emergency ban on nakedness in most public places.
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Man Asks 911 Dispatcher To Save Him From Police - LARGO, Fla. -- A man told a 911 dispatcher he was surrounded by police officers with their guns drawn and needed help, according to Largo police.
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For sale: Ghost town in the middle of nowhere, just $250,000 - As real estate ads go, Rocky Bar's is a browser-stopper."Always wanted a ghost town?" it asks. "What a way to amaze your friends and family! The entire town of Rocky Bar, Idaho, is for sale, and what a ‘ghoulish' deal it is."An entire town — yours for $250,000, mineral and timber rights included.
From Nony
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Church's skit using blackface criticized - Local black leaders are decrying a recent performance by three white men at a church who wore blackface while pantomiming traditional black hymns.The performance at Pilgrim Baptist Church was meant to honor gospel music history and was not meant to offend anyone, said the Rev. Thomas Holbrooks Jr., pastor at the church.
From Nony
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Hawaiian volcano puts on fiery show - May 24 - A volcano on the big island of Hawaii is spewing lava into the Pacific Ocean. Kilauea is the youngest volcano on the island and one of Hawaii's most active - it has been erupting almost continuously since January 1983.
From CJDUSA
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Family Angry After Learning New Home Was Scene Of Mass Murder - A Central Florida family said they are outraged after learning their new home was the scene of a mass murder and they were not told about it by anyone until after moving in. In February of 2006, Eustis police Officer Michael Mount shot and killed his wife Kim, fellow Officer Jose Gomez and Gomez's wife Serena before turning the gun on himself inside of a home located on Greenbrier Street. The Johnson family recently purchased the Greenbrier Street home but said they knew nothing of the home's history until a neighbor told them.
From CJDUSA
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North Toledo mom accused of having sex with adult son - A North Toledo woman is accused of having sex with her adult son on a regular basis for years, including acts that were witnessed by a 7-year-old girl her son is accused of raping, authorities said.Terry Walker, who was indicted yesterday by a Lucas County grand jury for sexual battery, is the mother of Kevin Ware, who was indicted this month on three counts of rape.
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Indian train driver asks passengers to push - PATNA, India (Reuters) - Hundreds of Indian rail passengers got more than they had bargained for when the driver of their train asked them to get out and push.It took more than half an hour to move the stalled electric train 12 feet (4 metres) so that it touched live overhead wires and was able to resume its journey, officials said on Wednesday.
From Nony
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Miami Tops Rude Drivers List Again - For the second consecutive year, rude Miami drivers have earned the city the title of worst road rage in a survey released Tuesday.Miami motorists said they saw other drivers slam on their brakes, run red lights and talk on cell phones, according to AutoVantage, a Connecticut-based automobile membership club offering travel services and roadside assistance.
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MADD Award Winner Charged With DUI - A city police officer who recently received an award from Mothers Against Drunk Driving has been charged with drunken driving, authorities said.
From Nony
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'Dancers for Democracy' Protest Proposed Strip Club Rules - They call themselves "Dancers for Democracy," and today they protested near Ohio's capitol to tell state lawmakers to "butt out" and let them do their thing. A bill being debated by the Ohio Senate would restrict nudity after midnight in exotic dance clubs and require the dancers and patrons to stay at least six feet apart. Those new rules, the dancers say, would put them out of business.
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Suing For Too Much Sex - A woman in Florida has sued her employers for developing carpal tunnel syndrome – also known as repetitive motion injury – in both hands. She got it from too much masturbating.
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News: 'Sex theme park' first ride - A SPANKOMETER, an orgasm tunnel and a giant wall of willies - roll up, roll up, for the world's first-ever 'sex theme park', opening today in London.
From Nony
|| 04/06/2007 ||
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Sex Lady's lesson: Save yourself - Districts take her up on offer to teach course on abstinence for free
Jennifer Waters calls herself the Sex Lady. She likes to play matchmaker with Miss Tape and unwitting teen boys.
From Nony
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Community Suggests Gun Possession is Illegal for Residents - Some people in a Nashville neighborhood are furious over a new rule that makes it illegal to own a gun.Residents in Nashboro Village said it's unconstitutional and leaves them defenseless.
From Nony
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Murder suspect's wife put on leave from teaching internship - In short: husband of teacher who had affair with student kills his "rival"
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Car-eating rats terrorize city - The rats invading Cambridge aren’t just snacking on leftover trash anymore. The massive rodents have started chewing up the engine wires inside residents’ cars near Central Square.
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Landlord sentenced for spying on tenants - A central New York man was sentenced Thursday for installing hidden cameras in his tenants' apartments so he could spy on them while they had sex.
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Police Blow Up Suspicious Device In Boston - There were some tense moments in Boston's financial district Wednesday morning as police were forced to blow up a suspicious device.The bomb squad shut down busy Devonshire Street after someone spotted a green box chained to a no parking sign.The box turned out to be some kind of traffic counting device and was completely harmless.
From Nony
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Officials: Woman Found In Car Engine At Border - U.S. Customs and Border Protection Officers said they arrested a man for allegedly trying to smuggle a woman into the country by hiding her inside a car's engine compartment.Officials said the discovery was made last Friday afternoon during a routine border security inspection at the downtown Calexico port of entry.
From Nony
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Arab couple refused residency in exclusively Jewish town - The application of an Arab couple, Fatina Ebriq and Ahmed Zubeidat, to live in the community town of Rakefet in the Misgav area of the Galilee was refused in March 2006 by the regional selection committee. Selection committees monitor, accept and reject applications for housing units in community towns, and often operate according to vague and arbitrary criteria. On 11 April 2006, Adalah Attorney Suhad Bishara filed an appeal on behalf of the couple to the Israel Land Administration (ILA) against the decision to refuse their application to live in Rakefet.
From Nony
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Fake bloggers soon to be 'named and shamed' - Hotels, restaurants and online shops that post glowing reviews about themselves under false identities could face criminal prosecution under new rules that come into force next year.Businesses which write fake blog entries or create whole wesbites purporting to be from customers will fall foul of a European directive banning them from “falsely representing oneself as a consumer”.
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The property collapse - After spending 1.5million and waiting 18 months, Nick Skilton was weeks away from moving into his brand new luxury cliff-top home. But his sea view will be somewhat closer than he expected – after 80ft of his garden and tons of earth and trees disappeared in a landslide, leaving the house only yards from a 130ft sheer drop.
From Nony
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Man with year to live wins $50,000 a year - Wayne Schenk was diagnosed in December with inoperable lung cancer. Doctors at a Veterans Affairs hospital told the former Marine he might live for another year or, if he's lucky, 18 months.Five weeks later, Schenk bought a $5 scratch-off High Stakes Blackjack ticket at a drugstore near his home in Ontario County and hit the jackpot. But there was a catch: The $1 million prize pays out in $50,000 annual installments over 20 years."If it wasn't for bad luck, I'd have no luck at all," said Schenk, 51.

Why the fuck didn't he give the ticket so somebody else! (somebody he can trust ofcourse)
From Nony
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Ga. Dad Admits Poisoning Children's Soup - A man admitted Tuesday that he tampered with his children's soup in an attempt to get money from Campbell Soup Co., a prosecutor said.William Allen Cunningham's 3-year-old son and 18-month-old daughter were hospitalized twice in January 2006. He forced them first to eat soup laced with hot peppers and lighter fluid, and the second time used the prescription drugs Prozac and Amitriptyline -- both used to treat depression -- to poison the children, authorities said.

Only in a red state ...
From Nony
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Phoenix - Staffers exit GOP office following Pullen election - A slew of state Republican Party staffers have resigned in the wake of the election of conservative activist and business executive Randy Pullen as state party chairman.Communications Director Garrick Taylor, General Counsel Tim Casey, Finance Director Renee Roebuck and voter data analyst Brent Frazier all quit after Pullen bested Lisa James Saturday in the race to become state chairman. James is a public relations and political consultant. James had the support of congressional members, moderates and a number of party insiders.
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Controversial Penis - Santa Claus is coming early for lovers of artwork with engorged penises. As of today (Thursday, December 8), a Castro merchant plans to disrobe a teak statue and allow passersby to once again view a now world famous 8-inch penis on the chiseled, naked kneeling man in his store window.
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Telegram calls for the impeachment of President Bush - The Superior Daily Telegram has called for the impeachment of President Bush. The Telegram is the first area paper to do that, and one of the first in Wisconsin. Jay Stephenson reports.
From Nony
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Small Town Misfit - A selection of police blots from small-town papers.

Here you go MOAB ... dig in.
From Nony
|| 01/10/2007 ||
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KKK alive and well in Louisiana! - wo shotgun blasts were fired into the home of the town's mayor, who says he had been cursed at before but never physically threatened.Police stepped up security after the shots were fired early Monday at the home of Ernest Lampkins, who was elected in 2004 as the first black mayor of the small, predominantly white northwest Louisiana town.
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Thousands of ducks mysteriously dying in Idaho - Officials scrambled on Wednesday to determine what has caused the deaths of thousands of mallard ducks in south-central Idaho near the Utah border.Although wildlife experts are downplaying any links to bird flu, they have sent samples to government labs to test for the deadly H5N1 flu strain, among other pathogens.Officials with the federal Bureau of Homeland Security have been also called in to help with the probe.
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U.S. town may encourage firearms - A tiny town in western Pennsylvania could ask all of its residents to own guns, if a proposal under consideration on Wednesday wins approval from local officials.

NeoCon and Azprick are already packing ...
From Nony
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X-Rated 'Pornament' Christmas Decorations Raise Eyebrows - Six controversial ornaments, which can be purchased for $9 at Spencer's stores in Jacksonville and other parts of Florida, include an X-rated snowman and reindeer.A television station reported that the pornaments can be found on store shelves at the Regency Square Mall in Jacksonville in plain view of children and to anyone who walks into the Spencer's stores.
From Nony
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Fresh Direct Builds a Grocery Empire on Free Street Space - Founded five years ago, Fresh Direct is now a $240 million a year outfit that offers us "a glimpse of the next wave of Internet commerce," wrote Times business columnist David Leonhardt. Too bad Leonhardt didn't check his paper's City section, which a year ago depicted the impacts of Fresh Direct trucks on Upper West Side residents and merchants:
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Tattooed teacher teaches tolerance - Bruce Potts is a teacher of Public Speaking at the University of New Mexico and has a full tribal face tattoo. He has a straight forward attitude and imparts a cool vibe of acceptance.

nice pic of tattoo!
From Nony
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Israeli Diplomat 'Sex-Predator' Arrested In Atlanta - An Israeli diplomat from the Consulate-General in Atlanta was arrested Thursday on suspicion of holding child pornography material on his computer and child exploitation.Yosef Sagir Ofri, 37, was serving as the security officer at the Israeli diplomatic mission in Atlanta and was carrying an Israeli diplomatic passport.
From Nony
|| 04/14/2006 ||
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Liberals want to ban San Francisco Ocean Beach bonfires - One rule that holds true for all Liberals in government - If the activity is fun it must be made illegal, taxed, or regulated out of existance.
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Wapakoneta Daily News Online - Former teacher talks on history, facts about these "Chapels of ease". What a great father-child dinner topic.
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Cops retaliate against reporter, the blue wall continues. - After doing an investigation on cops refusal to comply with the law on officer complaint forms, cops are now going after the reporter who broke the story.
From Understudy
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Yell County, Arkansas Photos - Folks in Yell County have True Grit.
From NeoCon
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Big boys' toys end riddle of the UFOs - A spate of flying saucer sightings that alarmed residents of Orange County, California, and attracted attention from UFO researchers worldwide have been traced to the garages of a local heart surgeon and engineer.
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|| 03/11/2006 ||
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The Thing? Dragoon, Arizona - From outside, The Thing? looks like any other interstate gas station with a large gift shop. But this is just a front; The Thing? resides out back, and you'll have to pay a couple bucks for the privilege of finding out what, exactly it is.
From NeoCon
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Mystery blob eating downtown LA - A mysterious black blob attacked downtown Los Angeles on Monday with a tar-like goo that oozed from manholes, buckled a street and unmoored a Raymond Chandler-era brick building, firefighters said.About 200 residents were forced to flee as a hazardous materials team and dozens of firefighters worked throughout the day to identify what was first deemed "a black tarry substance" and later morphed into a "watery mud."
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Iowa klansman wants protest of gay marriage - A Charles City man who said he's a member of the Ku Klux Klan is trying to organize a rally next month to protest attempts to legalize same-sex marriages in Iowa.
From Corry
|| 12/22/2005 ||
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'No Prostitutes Here' signs - German towns may erect 'No Prostitutes Here' signs over fears an army of call girls are coming for the 2006 World Cup.
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Two police officers found dead in West Hartford - M/S - Sgt. J. Paul Vance, a state police spokesman, said a municipal police officer had been shot. Later Monday, West Hartford Police Chief James Strillacci said the deaths appeared to be a murder-suicide.
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Sex shop too racy for Robinson officials - This is exactly the sort of thing they don't want in Robinson Township, this penis-shaped cake pan.
From Juniper
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Anti-nuclear group says goat's milk proves radioactive - The anti-nuclear group brought a goat and a prominent professor of radiology here today to make their point.It's not every day that you see someone walking a goat on the state Capitol lawn, but Katie the goat is a strong tool of the anti-nuclear power movement in Connecticut.

DAMN! I missed the goat!
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[NSFW] Denmark: Pornographic past catches up with candidate - Forged campaign posters featuring old pornographic photographs of the Danish People's Party's mayoral candidate have been hung up across Copenhagen
Click here for some NSFWpornpics from her earlier career.
From Juniper
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Teen Holds Two-Vote Lead in Mich. Race - An 18-year-old high school student held on to a two-vote lead to become mayor of this southern Michigan town
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Dam In Mass. Town May Bur - Renewed fears that the 100-year-old Whittenton Pond Dam could burst prompted Taunton officials to shut down roads, schools and businesses Tuesday morning.
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hurricanehousing.org - Hurricane Katrina has left hundreds of thousands of people homeless. But thousands of people throughout the region are stepping up to offer free shelter to those in need.
There should be a general people catagory.
From Jeb
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Study Shows Florida Leads Nation In Taser Deaths A newspaper report says that Florida leads the nation in Taser associated deaths with 27 over a five year period.

Jebs doing a good job!
From Nony
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City leaders upset over 'Bra fence' A New Zealand farmer is resisting demands to take down hundreds of women's bras adorning a fence on his South Island property.
From Nony
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Killer Asian Fish Found in NYC Lake New York authorities are grappling with the alarming discovery in a city lake of Asian snakehead fish that are known to eat every other fish it comes across.
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Horrific Avon Crash Kills At Least Four - This happened down the street from me this morning. Check out the slideshow. A truck coming over the mountain lost its brakes and plowed into a bus. Over 20 cars were involved.
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Dell sucks another $7m out of North Carolina - After pumping North Carolina for more than $270m, Dell decided it wasn't done yet. Actually pay for the land its new factory will sit on? Hell, no!
Actually, what's more annoying is that they made this big fuss about bringing jobs to the area and you jump through hoops to get notified when job openings are going to occur and all you get is one email saying "watch the newspaper in the next three months". Nothing more. Well damn, I coulda done that without all the hard work.
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|| 07/20/2005 ||
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Kids' terror as bus sliced Oops! Forgot ...
From Nony
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Man allegedly had sex with guide dog Local prosecutors are apparently in a bind: How do they charge a blind Tallahassee man who has been accused of having sex with his guide dog? Florida, like many other states, has no bestiality statute - that is, a law specifically prohibiting sexual contact between humans and animals.

Only in a Red State! (Right NeoCon?)
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Company agrees to yank pot-flavored pops off market New Jersey-based company has agreed to stop selling marijuana-flavored lollipops, called "Pot Suckers," after receiving a subpoena from Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan's office.

Yuk ... pot tastes terrible ...
From Nony
|| 07/09/2005 ||
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No beer? No lunch! A lunch meeting between a leading parliamentarian in Belgium and counterparts from Iran has been canceled because the beer-loving Belgian could not stomach a ban on alcohol. "Even for the tolerant Herman De Croo, that was a bridge too far," De Croo, a Dutch-speaking Liberal, told De Standaard daily Thursday.
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Les pieds dans l'eau Sorry people, had no time to post things today, the whole region has been flooded due to a cloudburst of massive proportions and I have been way too busy helping our neighbours save what could be saved ... Luckely for us our house is in a high spot.
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Belgium - Flood - PicsThe pic named: WEATHER - E42 - FLOOD is the highway 2 miles from our house ... And to think 12 hours ago their was a severe drought in the region ... not a drop of rain for 5 weeks!
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Man admits leaving photos of genitals on cars ... Mesa police got a break in the case when a man left DNA when he touched himself in front of women at two separate locations in November and December ...

"left DNA" what a nice euphemism!
From Nony
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The Star Tribune warned its readers Saturday that some might be offended by a comic strip about the Red Lake Indian Reservation shootings.
In the syndicated "La Cucaracha" strip that also ran Saturday, a teacher asks what President Bush might have said to console those affected by the shootings last month which left 10 people dead, including the teenage gunman.
One student answers, "I'm really so sorry you're not an Anglo suburban reservation." Another says, "You shoulda stuck to arrows." A third says, "Pow? Wow!"
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Glad I don't live in Arizona! Rejecting pleas from the tourism industry, the House Judiciary Committee voted Thursday to let customers carry guns into bars and restaurants that serve alcohol. The 6-3 vote also came over objections from people who own and operate establishments that would be affected, as well as police, prosecutors and neighborhood groups.
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Teen found caged; parents held Boy, 17, in diapers, weighed just 49 pounds The adoptive parents of a 49-pound Jacksonville teenager found diapered and forced to sleep in a locked, criblike cage were charged with felony child neglect Tuesday in a case that authorities called tragic and outrageous.
From Nony
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'Robin Hoods of cyberspace' plead guilty - Three men prosecutors dubbed the "Robin Hoods of cyberspace" pleaded guilty Tuesday to putting millions of dollars worth of copyrighted computer games, movies and software on the Internet so that people around the world could make copies for free.
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Muslim woman quits after threats Seems there are racist bigotted neo nazi oops neo conservatives in Europe too! All in the name of God and country I suppose
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Justice Department To Take Action In Hartford - U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzalez announced Monday that the Justice Department will send teams of agents into Hartford and four other cities around the country.
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Paraplegic, 36, Faces Potential of Life in Prison
A paraplegic scheduled to appear in court today faces charges that could send him to prison for life.
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Rell to remain in hospital another day - Gov. M. Jodi Rell's doctors want her to remain at Danbury Hospital for at least another day to recuperate from Monday's breast cancer surgery.

I hope she has a fast recovery. She was one of the few people that sent me a Christmas card this year.