Sunday, November 11, 2007

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Worlds Greatest Pizza Twirler

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Bank manager loans money to woman for sex.

A German bank manager gave loans to a woman for sex and then embezzled thousands of euros to buy the silence of her relatives, authorities said on Thursday.

When the man realized he could not offer the jobless woman a loan because of her poor credit history, he offered to lend her the money personally in return for sexual favors, said a spokesman for a court in the southern town of Tuebingen.
The 31-year-old then stole the money from the bank. The pair continued their arrangement for the next three years. » Full article here

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Clever homeless dude's sign:

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13-year-old living alone.

A 13-year-old girl has been left to raise herself alone in a Sydney apartment following the death of her father.

The NSW Department of Community Services has allowed the year 8 student to stay in the community housing apartment on her own for almost four weeks. But DoCS - which claims to have offered the teenager financial assistance to buy groceries - has given the teenage girl just $50 over the past month.

Her parents separated more than a decade ago and she has seen her mother only a handful of times since. Her father died in hospital last month. Amber has allegedly repeatedly refused offers from the Department of Community Services (DoCS) to live with her mother or stepfather. » Full article here

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Gross.

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Shit... now what?

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The government wants you to hide your old pills in poop.

Got some leftover drugs -- the kind that someone else might want to use, such as painkillers or stimulants? Wrap them up in used kitty litter or other pet droppings, the U.S. government advises.

A pilot program at the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration is looking at ways people can safely dispose of unused prescription drugs that are liable to be abused.

"Ferret waste, like nearly any other form of pet waste, can be effectively used to help prevent the abuse of unused prescription drugs," SAMHSA spokesman Mark Weber said. "The U.S. government declares ferret poop to be an effective weapon against drug abuse," the group said in a statement. » Article here

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