Monday, February 27, 2006

Hummer v.s. Honda, the Hummer wins

Woman heats up penis in microwave?

Police say they are now checking surveillance video to get a picture of the man who allegedly asked a clerk to heat up a penis in a microwave at a local convenience store.

McKeesport Police say a man walked into the store, located on Fifth Avenue, and asked the clerk to use the microwave oven. After the clerk noticed a strange smell coming from the microwave, she told police she opened the door and discovered human male genitalia wrapped in a paper towel cooking inside.

McKeesport police told KDKA the man fled with the severed body part after she made the discovery. She then called the police.

According to police, blood was found on the bathroom floor.

“I mean what can you say. Hopefully, they’re looking for the person who it belongs to,” said Sandy Furman of McKeesport.


Investigators have since learned that it was not a real body part; but instead, it was part of a couple’s alleged plan to pass a drug test.

According to McKeesport’s police chief, a man and a woman had inserted urine into a fake penis that the woman was planning to use to pass a drug test.

One of them then went into the store and asked the clerk to microwave the object, which they had wrapped in a paper towel, so the urine could reach body temperature.

When the clerk noticed an unusual odor, she unwrapped the item to discover what she thought was a severed body part. Upon hearing media reports about the incident, the couple contacted police to explain the situation.

The couple could face charges of harassment, criminal mischief and disorderly conduct.

Giant Eagle, the company that owns Get-Go, says the microwave involved in the incident was immediately removed from service and will be discarded. Article here.

Well, atleast he's getting a new truck?

Man hangs 65-feet in the air for two hours

A Brevard County man spent almost two hours hanging 65-feet in the air before rescue crews safely got him down and the entire rescue was caught on tape.

The man working on the tree Friday and then, around 2 o'clock Friday afternoon, he ran into trouble and ended up hanging on for his life.

Firefighters said there was a problem with the tree-trimmer's harness and he started slipping through. The tree trimmer was able to keep the harness under his arms for about two hours, hanging from the side of the tree.

The man was unable to get to the ladder on the other side of the tree.

Brevard County Fire and Rescue crews didn't have a ladder truck that could reach him, so Melbourne Fire Department brought in their truck, but it was five feet too short.

Ultimately, Palm Bay Fire Rescue brought in their 100-foot ladder truck to pluck him from his roost. Palm Bay firefighters lowered him down and he was taken to Holmes Regional Medical Center. He is expected to be okay.

Dumbshit. Article here.

Celebrities in real life are ugly...

We hear a lot about the "editing" of magazine pictures but to see the actual photo and the published is unbelievable. This company website displays their photo ‘touch-up’ work for various magazines. You need to check out this site with before and after photos of gorgeous celebrity pictures.

We as a people, hold up these celebrity images as attainable but in all honesty they are not. These pictures are amazing… you have to see these.
Click here to go to the company website for FluidEffect, and check out the before and after pictures... (when you get to the website, go to 'Portfolio' then click 'Before/After')

World's Most Expensive Vodka

Diaka Vodka, is the world’s most expensive vodka. The vodka comes in a bottle made with crystals, but this is not what makes it most expensive.

It’s actually the filtration process of the vodka that makes it exclusive. The Diaka Vodka is made in Poland where they use nearly one hundred diamonds of up to one carat in size, to filter the spirit resulting in vodka with unsurpassed clarity and smoothness. The diamond-vodka is only available by TransBorder Spirits in USA.

I'm really not sure what/why diamonds are great filters? What do they do? WTF? Also, the source I got this

[via Strange New Products]

One scary big-ass spider

Jenny McCarthy Wants an Orgy

Although she has recently refuted Jenna Jameson's story that the pair had sex in a Las Vegas restroom, Jenny McCarthy is now saying that she would love to take part in an orgy. The former Playboy Playmate believes her breasts are so awesome they must be shared with as many naked bodies as possible.

"I always wanted an orgy to see what it was like, but never got the opportunity. I have good boobs and I know they'd get a lot of attention. Hey if someone's tickling my body parts I'm happy."

So she never got the ‘opportunity’ huh? I’m pretty sure that there are plenty of dudes/chicks out there that are more than willing to help Jenny out and give her an ‘opportunity’ to experience an orgy. Article here.

Sometimes you just gotta crash wherever

Top paying jobs that don't require a degree

Here are 20 of the top-paying jobs that don't require a degree according to Shatkin's book:

*Air traffic controller: Annual income: $102,030
*Storage and distribution manager: Annual income: $66,600
*Transportation manager: Annual income: $66,600
*Police and detectives supervisor: Annual income: $64,430
*Non-retail sales manager: Annual income: $59,300
*Forest fire fighting: Annual income: $58,920
*Municipal fire fighting: Annual income: $58,902
*Real estate broker: Annual income: $58,720
*Elevator installers and repairer: Annual income: $58,710
*Sales representative: Annual income: $58,580
*Dental hygienist: Annual income: $58,350
*Radiation therapist: Annual income: $57,700
*Nuclear medicine technologist: Annual income: $56,450
*Child support, unemployment insurance investigator: Annual income: $53,900
*Criminal investigators and special agent: Annual income: $53,990
*Immigration and Customs inspector: Annual income: $53,990
*Police detective: Annual Income: $53,990
*Police identification and records officer: Annual income: $53,990
*Commercial pilot: Annual income: $53,870
*Talent director: Annual income: $52,840

Though a college degree is not a requirement for these positions, all require moderate to extensive on-the-job training or apprenticeship. In addition, dental hygienists, radiation therapists, nuclear medicine technologists and commercial pilots require an associate degree at a vocational or technical school. From

Uh... that's a lot of hair you got

Sex with someone else is 400% better

Sexual intercourse with an orgasm is more satisfying than an orgasm from masturbation alone.

Following orgasm, the hormone prolactin is released into the bloodstream in both men and women. The hormone makes us feel satiated by countering the effect of dopamine, which is released during sexual arousal.

Stuart Brody of the University of Paisley, UK, measured blood prolactin levels in male and female volunteers who watched erotic films before engaging in masturbation or sexual intercourse to orgasm in the laboratory.

Surprisingly, after orgasm from sexual intercourse, the increase in blood prolactin levels is 400 per cent higher in both sexes compared with after orgasm from masturbation.

This explains why orgasm from intercourse is more satisfying than masturbation, says Brody. Since elevated levels of prolactin have been linked to erectile dysfunction, this may also explain why most men need a recovery period after sex.

Was this study really necessary? I think that this is pretty obvious… isn’t it? Article here.

Justin really has sweet senior pictures...

Remember Justin's other senior picture? (click here to see) Justin really went all out with his senior pictures... flaming bowling balls?!? Genious! I might do this for my Christmas cards next year...

Teen kills/cuts up friend over ex-boyfriend

A teenage girl was convicted Wednesday of killing a 16-year-old classmate who was choked, beaten and sawed into pieces after an argument over boys. Sarah Kolb, 17, faces of up to 60 years in prison.
Adrianne Reynolds had just moved to East Moline from Texas about two months before she was killed. Prosecutors said she was just trying to fit in at a new school but picked the wrong friend.

On January 21, 2005, Kolb, Reynolds and schoolmate Cory Gregory were in Kolb's car at a fast-food restaurant when the fight began. Reynolds was killed and her body was burned, dismembered and hidden in two counties.

Kolb wrote in a class journal that she was going to kill Reynolds just hours before Reynolds was beaten and strangled in the car. Terronez said Kolb was angry because Reynolds had shown interest in Kolb's boyfriend and had gone on a date with Gregory, her ex-boyfriend.

Prosecutors say the two took the girl's body to Kolb's grandparents' farm and burned it, then returned two days later, sawed the body into pieces and dumped the remains on the farm and in Black Hawk State Park in Rock Island.

In her first trial, Kolb testified that Gregory strangled Reynolds, then hit Kolb and threatened to kill her, her family and her cats if she reported the crime. Gregory, who has pleaded not guilty, denied that account in a television interview.

WTF? This is like the definition of that ‘mean’ girl from high school. Article here.

No more waiters at Taco Bell & KFC

So this Taco Bell/KFC hybrid in Morrisville, NC and does all the ordering through the gigantic touchscreens. No humans take orders there. Pretty Neato. Wonder if this will be implemented across the country? You'd figure it would take more time for people to place their own orders rather than someone who has the menu memorized to punch it in.

Police spent tax dollars on lap dances?

Local cops were spending $1,800 per month in taxpayer money buying drinks and lap dances at an Orange County strip club.

Their goal was to shut the place down, but it's still open and their investigation appears to have fallen apart. Meanwhile, an Orlando cop could find himself on the other side of the law for allegedly taking liberties with some of the dancers.

"He would touch in between your legs," said Dancer Celeste Hall.

That "he" was James McGriff, an undercover agent for the Metropolitan Bureau of Investigation (MBI), an agency comprised of Orlando and other city police departments and the Orange County Sheriff's Office.

MBI spent five months working undercover in Cleo's and raided the place in November 2004. Some 30 people were arrested and charged with various, drug, alcohol and sex-related offenses. The probe cost about $9,000 and agents were hoping Cleo's would soon be making its last call for alcohol.

After the November raid, Mason began looking into MBI's probe and discovered McGriff had purchased drinks for 19-year-old dancers even though he had a list of the dancers' ages and photographs.

Mason also learned McGriff has allegedly groped some dancers and may have exposed himself. Two dancers made the accusation and took, and passed, a polygraph test to prove they were telling the truth.

"Based on what we have collected, we have no intention of filing for a suspension (of the liquor license)," he stated. Meanwhile, the dancers who have charged McGriff have filed a complaint against him with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.

Perks of the job? Article here.

One tight bike turn...

Highway road reflectors can kill people?

Highway road reflectors are supposed to keep you safe, but investigator Ron Regan has found that the 5-pound steel reflectors are supposed to increase safety, but are also deadly.

"It came through the windshield, hit the steering wheel and must have bounced off and just grazed my head, only a couple of stitches," said Tomaselli.

He was lucky. Dan Long nearly lost an eye, and Debra Black had her face ripped off.

In Missouri, a 7-year-old was seriously injured, and in Kentucky a woman was killed when a reflector punctured the tire of her SUV.

"My opinion is that these markers should no longer be in the ground and those that are should be inspected on a regular basis," said Lowe.

"Had it not been for the concern brought forward by Channel Five, this would have been a problem that would have been ongoing," said Patton. "This is now a problem that is now being resolved. And with the additional, much more thorough inspections, we hope we can eliminate the problem. This is what the people of the state of Ohio deserve."

Changes being made include statewide annual surveys of every reflector on every road and installation inspections, something that was never done before. The state will also train 2,500 workers in proper procedure for installation and maintenance of reflectors.

I had no idea these little pieces of plastic could be so dangerous… Read the full article here.