Friday, September 07, 2007

Quick access?


Wow, this is one impatient kitty cat.

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Mom tosses baby in trash to save him from pit bull

The owner of a pit bull that attacked a woman and her baby Tuesday surrendered the dog to the police Thursday, officials reported.

40-year-old Angela Silva was walking out of her garage with her infant son in her arms in the Warm Springs District Tuesday morning when the dog, named Swisher, approached her and attacked. Silva said her son started to cry and she thinks that aggravated the dog even more.

She said she threw her baby boy in a trash can to protect him. Meanwhile, she suffered injuries on both arms as she tried to keep the animal from attacking her child. A man heard the woman's cries and ran to the garage to help. He showed Harp the leveler he used to hit the dog. The dog finally ran away. » Article here


My vacuum sounds like 'Chewbacca' from Star Wars.

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Photoworthy: in concert


"If you're looking for weed, my roommate has some for sale"

Announcing the sale of pot out of a dorm room window is probably not a good idea when two police officers are within hearing range. "If you're looking for weed, my roommate Ferrante has some for sale," Emery allegedly said out the window, according to the district attorney's office.

A pair of former Northeastern University freshmen are facing drug and other charges after prosecutors said one of them leaned out his dorm window on Sunday and loudly told a woman in the dorm opposite his that he and his roommate were selling pot.

Two plain clothes Boston officers in the building overheard the conversation, made their way up to a second floor dorm room where they arrested Michael Emery, 18, of Haverhill and Matthew Ferrante, 18, of North Andover after finding about four ounces of marijuana, drug paraphernalia, including a scale, and several bottles of alcohol in the room, the Suffolk district attorney's office said. » Article here


Photoworthy: praying mantis at the ball park


Brad Pitt gets attacked by fan.

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