Thursday, February 22, 2007

Two moms and their two sleeping babies.

Baby genius? Or just really good memory?

Dude is trying to outlaw 'flopping car genitals'

Washington County Sheriff's deputy Matthew Bragunier figures that he sees, at least once a day, fake bull genitals flopping from the hitches of pickup trucks.

They're only a toy, but they're also unpleasant to look at, said Bragunier, worried what his 2-year-old girl might think someday. "My daughter's going to see this," he said. "She's going to ask what this is. I don't want to be put in that spot. I don't think I ever want to be in that spot."
This week, he filed a bill for Maryland to ban the toys and others like them. The bill prohibits any "model, sign, sticker or other item" that shows uncovered human or animal genitals, as well as human buttocks or female breasts, from motor vehicles.

That's not how Pamela Campbell views the fake bull genitals that she sells. "Most people get a good smile out of it," she said. "It's not harmful."

Campbell, whose business is in Bullhead City, Ariz., said she was raised on a farm; anatomy was a lesson learned early and openly. She wondered why parents can't talk to their children about the facts of life.

"Do we have to neuter all dogs that walk by us?" she asked. "Where does it stop?" Campbell said her product - sold locally at truck stores in Washington County and Martinsburg, W.Va. - spawned imitators after it went on the market about seven years ago. Full article here.

Cop car gets hit with heavy firepower

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Britney Spears went to rehab for only 24 hours, WTF!?

TMZ has confirmed that Britney Spears has left rehab -- again. After leaving the exclusive Promises rehab center in Malibu, and less than 24 hours after checking in, Britney went back to the same tattoo parlor she visited Friday night after shaving her head. The only problem was the ink shop was closed.
On Tuesday, “Extra” spotted Britney on the grounds of Promises as she smoked a cigarette and wore pants that still had the size stickers from the store.

Now, sources tell us Brit has finally returned home to her Malibu mansion.

Apparently, Spears is capable of making her own decision about her future, but “Extra” staged our very own intervention as TV’s toughest judges delivered their verdicts on Brit’s alarming and sad downward spiral. Source.


Watch Kelly Clarkson's reaction to finding out about Britney's shaved head:

Wow, checkout this 3D wallpainting…

8-year-old girl calls 911 over 100+ times

No charges will be filed against an 8-year-old Wisconsin girl who made more than 100 prank calls to emergency operators last week.

Lt. Jim Risseeuw of the Sheboygan County, Wis., Sheriff's Department said the unidentified girl was traced with the help of AT&T and TracFone, which identified the phone's owner as the girl's mother, the Sheboygan Press reported Tuesday.

The woman had stopped using the phone but all cell phones can call 911 even if they don't have active service. Risseeuw said the third-grader identified herself to dispatchers as "Matthew" when she made the calls, some of which contained profanities, the report said.

However, he said because of her age, she won't be charged. "At this point, the matter was corrected," Risseeuw said. "We'll leave it for the parents to deal with." Article here.

Clever commercial, an SUV is used as skateboard

Monkey weight lifting? That’s just silly…

Is all-day breakfast is coming to McDonald's?

Of course McDonald's corporate is denying it, but the franchisees are saying that the recent overhauls to McDonald's kitchens are a prelude to one thing: All-day breakfast.
From Crain's Chicago Business: The company is asking franchisees to spend about $10,000 to reconfigure their kitchens and install new equipment, such as holding cabinets for McGriddles and hotcakes, to shave precious seconds off breakfast assembly time. That request makes sense given the heightened competition, but some franchisees see an unspoken motive behind the program. Their suspicions arise from remarks McDonald's CEO James Skinner made in September, when he told investors that all-day breakfast could be possible with a new cooking system under development in the company's innovation center in Romeoville. After his comments, McDonald's representatives quickly told the press that Mr. Skinner was merely "painting a picture of what is possible" and that all-day breakfast might never happen. Source.