Wednesday, November 07, 2007

McFadden's in Kansas City

Hey everyone -- feeling a little under the weather today, so I just did a quick video blog for today. Hope to return to regular Across-the-Board posts tomorrow night if I'm feeling better.

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Photoworthy: scream


Cow falls 200 feet off cliff and lands on mini-van

A cow fell about 200 feet off a cliff Sunday and landed on the hood of a minivan passing by officials said.

Charles Everson, Jr. and his wife Linda escaped injury. "It was just 'bam'— you just saw something come down and hit the hood," Charles Everson said this morning from his hotel room in Manson.

"It's funny because it was such a close call," Baker said. "Inches different and the couple in this car would have been killed." » Article here


Wedgie-proof underwear, the 'Rip-Away 1000'

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...should probably re-title the name of this product.

Mom has fling with daughter's 13-year-old ex-boyfriend

A Wisconsin woman, a former teacher, is charged with sexual assault after allegedly having an affair with her daughter's 13-year-old former boyfriend.

Thirty-nine year old Anne Knopf of Prescott, Wisconsin was charged with Sexual Assault of a Child Under 16 in Pierce County District Court Monday. » Article here

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Now that's a trick.


Seinfeld rips Larry King for dumb comment.

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Man plows through McDonald's, car stops at pickup counter

A man literally drove through a McDonald's restaurant on Monday morning, with his car coming to a crashing stop at the pickup counter.

Las Vegas police said fast driving, not fast food, was the culprit. The driver was traveling north when he lost control of his white Honda just before Windmill Lane.

The compact car flew over another vehicle, scaled a guard rail in front of the building and smashed through the restaurant's window and kitchen, said officer Martin Wright, spokesman for Metropolitan Police Department. » Article here


My life: the pie chart.


Student says "slit all of your necks" e-mail was a prank

The threatening e-mails sent out to some Cal Poly students and faculty Tuesday morning were meant to be a Halloween prank, according to an apology letter sent to the Mustang Daily from the alleged author of the e-mails, computer engineering freshman Francisco Diaz.

Diaz, 18, wrote in the letter directed to the Mustang Daily that his intentions were to prank the person who left his/her e-mail account open at El Corral Bookstore, but that it became a "huge and scary" threat to public safety for students and faculty.

"It was an unconscious prank that became the biggest mistake of my life, which I am now repenting for causing the unthinkable panic, which was not my intention," Diaz wrote. » Article here