Tuesday, April 10, 2007

Wow, these must be pretty darn fresh!

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Here is a cool trick you can do with a 'zippo' lighter:

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"At a wet t-shirt competition a guy in the crowd slapped this chick on the belly. He caught the fat ripple effect.

(the guy who took the photo claims it's real and not photo-shopped)

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[teacher sex] 28-year-old has sex with 16-year-old

Roseville Police arrested a Middle School teacher for allegedly engaging in unlawful sexual intercourse with a minor.
Twenty-eight-year-old Kelly Christine Spaich was arrested at her Roseville home Saturday and booked into the Roseville Police Department Jail on suspicion of having sex with the 16-year-old male. The victim is a former student at Silverado Middle School.

The alleged incidents occurred over the the course of the last six months, say police. The investigation into Spaich began three weeks ago when authorities were made aware of the situation. Full article here.

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Dude tries to prank his wife on camera, and then…

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Lost hikers survive 7 weeks on frogs, beetles, and spiders

A French hiker who got lost in the jungle of French Guiana for seven weeks is now back home. Le Parisien newspaper reports the hiker (Loic Pillois) was greeted yesterday by his parents and brother at an airport in southwestern France.

The hiker and his friend became lost while hiking to a tiny village in French Guiana. Media reports say they survived on frogs, beetles and tarantulas for seven weeks as they waited to be rescued.

The hiker eventually made it to the village on Thursday, leaving his friend behind because he was too weak to continue. Helicopters were sent to pick up his friend, who suffered major weight loss and is being treated in a hospital in French Guiana. The hiker says he's "tired but happy." He calls returning home a "huge relief." Article here.

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I'm not surprised this driver has an ‘eat beef’ license plate

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It's not drunk driving if its a Zamboni you're driving

It's not drunken driving in New Jersey if it involves a Zamboni. A judge ruled the four-ton ice rink-grooming machines aren't motor vehicles because they aren't useable on highways and can't carry passengers.
Zamboni operator John Peragallo had been charged with drunken driving in 2005 after a fellow employee at the Mennen Sports Arena in Morristown, New Jersey, told police the machine was speeding and nearly crashed into the boards. Police said Peragallo's blood alcohol level was 0.12 percent. A level of 0.08 is considered legally drunk in New Jersey.

Peragallo appealed, and Superior Court Judge Joseph Falcone on Monday overturned his license revocation and penalties. Peragallo, 64, testified at his trial that he did drink beer and vodka, but not until after he had groomed the ice. However, he told police he had a shot of Sambuca with his breakfast coffee and two Valium-pills before work. Article here.

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