Wednesday, March 07, 2007

Portable printer?

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Print screen? Must be a tough day in the office...

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Northwest Airline worker ejaculates on passenger

An off-duty Northwest Airlines employee was arrested after a woman on a flight from Seattle complained that the man had ejaculated on her.

The FBI identified the man as Samuel Oscar Gonzalez, 20, of Lakewood, Wash. He was charged in federal court with simple assault, a misdemeanor.


It happened on the redeye Monday morning from Seattle to Minneapolis. The woman was headed back to college. Near the end of the flight, the FBI said Gonzalez sat next to the woman as she was trying to sleep. He touched her, which she described as spooning, lifted her shirt and then got up and left.

Court documents said she felt a warm fluid on her back, clothes and seat after he walked away. She told the officers he had ejaculated on her. The woman told the flight attendants about the incident. They moved her to another seat and called police from the air. The crew also moved the man to a seat near the front of the plane until the end of the flight. Article here.

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Strangely ironic ‘devil horns’ in this church photo...

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Dad stabs his wife, then tells son 'Now you stab mommy'

A city man stabbed his 17-year-old wife multiple times and then handed the knife to his 2-year-old son telling him, "now you stab Mommy," police said Monday.

Fermin Rodriguez, 21, was charged with first-degree assault, first-degree reckless endangerment, first-degree unlawful restraint and threatening. Police would not say whether the child obeyed his father. His wife, Keyschla Rodriguez, was being treated at St. Vincent's Medical Center for stab wounds to her chest, face, arms and legs.

According to police, late Sunday night the defendant and his wife got into an argument when he began accusing her of cheating on him. Police said Fermin Rodriguez then picked up a kitchen knife and began slashing and stabbing his wife. At one point he grabbed her around the throat and began roughly cutting off her hair.

After the victim lay on the floor bleeding from her many wounds, police said, the defendant handed the knife to their young son and told him to stab his mother. Relatives are taking care of the child. Article here.

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Stating the obvious?

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6th graders have sex during shop class with teacher present

For months it's been a well-kept secret. But now Warren Township Schools confirm a disturbing case of sex in the classroom. Shop class gives students a chance to learn outside of the book. But at Warren Township's Raymond Park Middle School, two students engaged in illicit acts in view of goggled eyes.

"...during school hours in a classroom with an experienced teacher present, two sixth graders completed the act of intercourse...at least ten students were witnesses
. No disciplinary actions were taken against the teacher... All teachers were told to keep quiet."

Associate Superintendent Jeff Swensson told Eyewitness News off camera the teacher didn't know what was going on because another student acted as a "look-out." But once the teacher discovered the behavior, immediate action was taken. Swensson says the students involved were recommended for expulsion. But he did not say whether the board followed that recommendation. Article here.

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The 'Remote Wrangler', the controls are on your head?

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R-rated movies make white teens smoke cigarettes?

White U.S. teenagers who watch a lot of R-rated movies or have unsupervised access to TV shows appear more likely than similar black youths to start smoking cigarettes, a study found on Monday.

Researchers found that white adolescents with the most exposure to R-rated movies were nearly seven times more likely to have started smoking compared to those with less exposure.

Even after taking into account such things as having a friend who smoked, lack of parental guidance or doing poorly in school, those who watched more R-rated movies were still three times more likely to start smoking, the study found.

White adolescents allowed unsupervised television viewing were also more likely to start smoking, the study said. Full article here.

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Handicapped crowd surfing? Sweet!

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Middle school principal get's 'owned' by students

This principal made a promise that if his middle school was able to raise $1,000 for the Builder's Club to donate to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society he would shave his legs, make up his face and strut his stuff in a dress and high heels. To top it off, Stutzman allowed students and staff to duct tape him to the gymnasium wall while the school cheered him on. Article here.

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Girl calls 911 to report grandpa cheating at cards

A 7-year-old girl called the cops on her grandpa Sunday after she caught him cheating at a card game, the Fond du Lac Reporter said Monday.

The dispatch center received the hang-up 911 call around 4:40 p.m. from the town of Burnett, the paper reported. Officers responded to the scene and learned from the girl's grandmother that the child had just learned how to dial 911.

When the gal thought her granddad was cheating at a family card game, she put her new skills to the test, according to the police report. Seems like the kid'll be a natural in Vegas. Article here.

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'Speed Dating' for rich and beautiful people only, WTF?

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Dude jailed for stealing hair from women's luggage?

An Australian man who worked as a baggage handler for the national airline Qantas was jailed for at least two years on Friday for stealing hair from women's luggage to satisfy a sexual fetish.

Rodney Lyle Petersen, 30, pleaded guilty. The court was told that Petersen would rummage through lost or delayed luggage that he was returning to passengers. He collected the hair from brushes and clothing, then put it inside plastic slips and record the women's personal details.

Police said he had catalogued the hair in more than 80 bags. Petersen's lawyer told the court that his client did not mean to frighten the women because they were not meant to find out.

The court was told that Petersen suffered from a range of sexual deviances. He was sentenced to two years and eight months in jail, with a non-parole period of two years. Article here.

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Destroy the computer? Wait... WTF?

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Damn, Jay-Z sells his clothing company for $204 million

Rapper/mogul Shawn "Jay-Z" Carter has entered into a deal to sell clothing company Rocawear for $204 million in cash to the Iconix Brand Group, a company that licenses and markets such popular brands as Candies, Joe Boxer, Mudd, London Fog, Ocean Pacific and others.

The deal, which was announced on Mar. 6, could also net Jay-Z $35 million in Iconix stock, if the Rocawear brand meets certain performance requirements over the next three-five years.
Jay-Z will continue to be in charge of all product development, marketing and licensing for Rocawear, which boasts annual retail sales of over $700 million. Article here.

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Clever SUV advertisement.

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85-year-old dude falls out of window, saved by nail

An 85-year-old man had a miraculous escape in China after he fell from a fifth floor window but was saved by a nail.

The nail in the wall, between the fourth and fifth floors, snagged his clothing and held his weight until help arrived. After 30 minutes hanging from the outside of the building, Zhao Jingzhi was rescued by firefighters.
"I was trying to open the window, but I pushed too hard and lost my balance and fell out," he told Zhengzhou Evening Papers. The alarm was raised by Mrs Liu, who lives on the fourth floor, who called police when she saw two legs swinging outside her window.

After giving him a check-up in the hospital, doctors say Zhao is in good condition, but should be more cautious around windows, reports Zhengzhou Evening Papers. Article here.

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