Tuesday, October 23, 2007

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Dude gets a chair-to-the-face. Ouch.

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Girlfriend stabs lover while tied-up during sex

A woman who stabbed her tied-up lover so she could drink his blood has been sentenced to 10 years in prison. Tiffany Sutton told Judge David Udall that she was sorry for the incident and said she never meant to hurt anyone, but received the stiff sentence anyway after he called the crime especially heinous.

Sutton, 24, pleaded guilty to aggravated assault in August. She was arrested by Tempe police in February after she repeatedly stabbed her lover during an alcohol- and drug-fueled sexual tryst.

According to police reports, the victim, 46-year-old Robert McDaniel, agreed to be tied up during sex but became alarmed and asked to be untied when Sutton pulled out a knife and said she liked to drink blood. Sutton then attacked him, slicing his leg, puncturing his arm, shoulder and back and cutting his neck and stomach. When he escaped, she chased him with a pickax. » Article here

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Reporter reports about California fires & his destroyed home

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Dude lets his car roll away while pumping gas.

(jump to 0:35)

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Soccer mom charged after attacking coach with lawn chair

A soccer mom angered over being dropped from the team e-mailing list for game-day directions was arrested after slamming a metal folding chair across the face of her daughter's coach, police said Tuesday.

Schwarzman, 67, who suffered a cut to the lip and cheek in the attack, said Vigil is telling "a total lie," referring to her defense. Vigil said she approached Schwarzman after the game and asked why he stopped e-mailing her directions to visiting games. He responded with a torrent of curses, she said.

Schwarzman admitted he made a negative remark about the woman being a single mother with two daughters, ages 12 and 10. But he said he tried to avoid the confrontation by walking to his car. Vigil followed, picked up a nearby folding chair, and in view of her daughter, "slammed me in the face with it three times," Schwarzman said. "I never touched her." » Article here

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Marie Osmond faints after her performance.

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Darth Pug?

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Couple calls wedding off then goes to court.

Instead of walking down the aisle of a church, a former New York couple will traipse down the aisle of a court room to settle a fight over a $48,800 diamond engagement ring.

Dean Kuehnen Jr. is suing his ex-fiance, Andria Castellano, to compel her to either return the ring or give him cash -- as well as cover his legal fees and costs. Castellano has threatened to sell or destroy the 3.23-carat ring, even though the couple agreed the ring would be returned to Kuehnen if their engagement was ever broken off, the complaint says.

Both were 21 years old when they became engaged in December last year, but by September this year the wedding was off. "The sole and exclusive consideration, motivation and reason for buying the ring was the contemplated marriage," the complaint says.

According to the United States' Emily Post Institute that offers etiquette and manners advice, "if an engagement is broken, the bride should immediately return the ring to her former fiance."


"The only "but" in this case is if the ring is a family heirloom of the bride's. She should then keep the ring," the institute said on its Web site. » Article here

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I really wish there was video footage of this. HIL-arious.

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Philadelphia is home to the least attractive people in the U.S.

Philadelphia is home to the least attractive people in the United States, a survey of visitors and residents showed on Friday.

The city of more than 1.5 million people was also found to be among the least stylish, least active, least friendly and least worldly, according to the "America's Favorite Cities" survey by Travel & Leisure magazine and CNN Headline News.

About 60,000 people responded to the online survey -- at www.travelandleisure.com -- which ranked 25 cities in categories including shopping, food, culture, and cityscape, said Amy Farley, senior editor at the magazine.

For unattractiveness, Philadelphia just beat out Washington DC and Dallas/Fort Worth for the bottom spot. Miami and San Diego are home to the most attractive people, the poll found. » Article here

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If you are familiar with the song (Jay-Z), this graph is hilarious.

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Sex offender removes testicle to fight urge to molest kids

An alleged sex offender who said he was feeling an urge to offend again took a fillet knife to his testicles in an attempt to castrate himself Sunday night.

The 59-year-old man was bleeding profusely when police and paramedics arrived. However, he is expected to survive. The man successfully removed one testicle and flushed it down the toilet, and the other testicle was severely injured.

He then called a friend for help. Sunday, and the man was rushed to the hospital. The man told authorities he was feeling the urge to touch and hurt children. He was not trying to take his life, the man reportedly said, but was trying to stem the urge. » Article here

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Ouch dude, soccer kick-to-the-face!

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Parrot imitates fire alarm, saves family.

A noisy parrot that likes to imitate sounds helped save a man and his son from a house fire by mocking a smoke alarm, the bird's owner says. Shannon Conwell, 33, said he and his 9-year-old son fell asleep on the couch while watching a movie. They awoke about 3 a.m. Friday to find their home on fire after hearing the family's Amazon parrot, Peanut, imitating a fire alarm.

"He was really screaming his head off," Conwell said. The smoke alarm had activated, but it was the bird's call that caught Conwell's attention. "I grabbed my son and my bird, and got out of the house," he said.

The fire destroyed the home's dining room, kitchen and bedroom, Muncie fire officials said. It remains under investigation. Aside from Peanut, Conwell said the fact that he and his son fell asleep on the couch helped save them. They may not have heard the alarm or the bird if they were asleep in their bedrooms. » Article here

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Caption this.

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