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A drunk man shot his girfriend twice - and then married her seven months later. A court heard yesterday how Robert Silvestro, 43, pulled out an air pistol and fired two pellets into Lesley Stevenson's head and chest.
We all experience energy slumps during our working day, but new research has pin-pointed 2:16 PM as the time most of us flag.
Police in Milwaukee are looking for a man accused of telling women they have a tick on them, then grabbing them in the buttocks, and sometimes trying to pull their pants down, police said.
Happy Feet is garnering reviews that, if possible, are even more ecstatic than those being dished out for Casino Royale. "A marvelous example of state-of-the art computer animation, Happy Feet is part family film, part Antarctic travelogue, part inspired musical," writes Kenneth Turan in the Los Angeles Times.
Is it time to pitch the penny? In July, retiring Arizona Rep. Jim Kolbe introduced the COIN Act of 2006, which he claimed would drastically reduce demand for pennies by instituting a system of rounding for cash transactions. No action has been taken on the bill, which has been sent to a subcommittee. And there are no immediate signs the government plans to ditch the familiar copper-colored coins.
mad dash for PS3's at Fresno Best Buy
dude smashes his PS3 with hammer
dude smashes his Wii with hammer
*In similar news... I’m not sure if I believe this story this guy wrote about on his blog – but it's pretty funny if it's true. Read his blog post, “the best PS3 story ever”, click here to read.
Like their British counterparts, American film critics are bestowing high praise on Daniel Craig for his performance as James Bond in Casino Royale. "Daniel Craig is just right in the role," Michael Phillips writes in the Chicago Tribune. "Craig is definitely the Real Thing," comments Eleanor Ringel Gillespie in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Amy Biancolli enthuses in the Houston Chronicle. "Craig's performance categorically silences the naysayers, igniting the film with a combustible, half-cocked virility that the series hasn't seen since the Sean Connery era."