Tuesday, June 19, 2007

This sign would go in the ‘slightly distasteful’ category.


Wow, this chick totally bites it at the bowling alley

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18-year-old shoots his friend because he dared him to

An 18-year-old Kansas man was arrested over the weekend for allegedly shooting his friend on a dare.

Police said the incident began when the 17-year-old friend taunted the 18-year-old with a gun, saying the 18-year-old would not shoot him, The Wichita Eagle reported. The 18-year-old then shot his friend in the thigh, police said.

When police arrived, the two reportedly said the older teen had found the younger teen in the street with a gunshot wound, but police said they had reason to be suspicious. Police said the two had been using drugs at the time of the shooting. » Article here


You know what's bullshit (part 5)


Dude kidnapped, dropped in woods, then hunted with bow & arrows.

A 38-year-old man says he was kidnapped Saturday morning, dropped in the woods and then hunted by four men carrying a bow and arrows.

The victim told sheriff's deputies that he was at a gas station, when he says he was approached by four males and forced into a vehicle. The man told deputies that he knows two of his attackers because they had previously sold him crack cocaine. The victim's assailants took him to the edge of the woods and let him out of the vehicle.

"You better run, we're going to get you," the attackers reportedly said before aiming at the man. The victim told deputies that he could see arrows hitting the ground around him as he ran and that he was sure he was going to die. The men followed him throughout the day and night. The victim finally found his way out of the woods. » Article here


Whoa -- check out this interesting 'fishing technique'

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Doctors find 6 sewing needs inside a baby

Doctors in southern China were planning to perform surgery on a 1-year-old boy whose parents took him to a hospital because he had been unusually fussy and learned he had six sewing needles in his body, newspapers reported Monday.

The child's parents, migrant workers from southwest China, said they had no idea how the needles ended up in their son, nicknamed Xiao Yu.

The Beijing Youth Daily ran a color photo of an X-ray showing five needles throughout the boy's torso. The Beijing Morning Post printed close-ups of the X-ray, plus another that showed a needle that had apparently been pushed through the top of the child's head. » Full article here


Let's see how far these guys can throw a 'crackhead'

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107-pound chick wins hot dog eating contest!

At 107 pounds, Juliet Lee doesn't look like she's a big eater. But the Maryland salon manager is a new hot dog eating contender. She made into the July fourth finals of the Nathan's Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest in Coney Island, New York.

Lee did it by downing 26 franks and buns in just 12 minutes. She beat two guys, both weighing about 360 pounds apiece. One of them, contractor Joe Tursi, figured he could out-eat Lee. But he says she's incredible. Lee says she grew up in China and was often hungry. Now, she's making up for it. » Article here

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That’s not very nice Jessica Simpson. Naughty you.

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No touching rule in school? Even hand shakes, high-fives or hugs.

A rule against physical contact at a Virginia middle school is so strict that students can be sent to the principal's office for hugging, holding hands or a handshake.

Unlike some schools in the area, which ban fighting or inappropriate touching, Kilmer Middle School in a suburb of Washington, D.C., bans all touching _ and that has some parents lobbying for a change, the Washington Post reported in its Monday editions.

Hugging was Hal Beaulieu's crime when he sat next to his girlfriend at lunch a few months ago and put his arm around her shoulder. He was given a warning, but told that repeat missteps could lead to detention. » Full article here