Monday, November 12, 2007

Sad, but true.

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Clearly, some bored construction workers.

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Teens sawed off man's head for the thrill of it. WTF?

Police say the two, 17 and 18, stabbed Daniel G. Sorensen to death, sawed off his head and used a blow torch to burn his body simply for the thrill. "All of us have seen every type of crime available and why someone would kill for the thrill of it amazes us," says a prosecutor. » Full article here

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You can see why 'Pikachu' is happy, can't you?

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[semi-sorta funny] MAD TV, 'Abercrombie sketch'

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Court rules sex with a mannequin isn't indecent exposure

A man caught in the Washington Pavilion having simulated sex with a mannequin didn't commit a crime of indecent exposure, the state Supreme Court says.

In a decision released Thursday, the court reversed the conviction of Michael James Plenty Horse, who was found in the late afternoon lying on top of a mannequin in the Alumni Room of the Pavilion.

A security guard surprised Plenty Horse, the record says. He lay with his pants partially down on a mannequin which had its band uniform partially removed. He was 19 at the time. » Full article here

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A message from the writers of the TV show 'The Office'

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Dude cited fro watching porn in his car

Police issued a citation for a man accused of watching pornography on his car DVD player. Cameron J. Walker, 24, was issued misdemeanor citations for obscene display or distribution, not having a driver's license and having an open container of alcohol, Fort Worth police said.

An officer on patrol noticed the pornographic images inside the car as it drove by and then parked near a club about 2 a.m. Monday, Fort Worth police Lt. Dean Sullivan said. The images of "multiple naked people" on the 10-inch screen could be seen by someone walking outside the car, Sullivan said. » Article here

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Message from the girls who's wireless internet you are using.

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A toddler born with eight limbs to have surgery

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Woman gets $1 million for hurting ankle in parking lot pothole

A jury has awarded a woman more than $1 million, more than five years after she fell and injured her ankle in a parking lot pothole.

Gena Allison sued the owners of the coin-operated laundry after she fell. She had been seeking $4 million. Allison's attorney told jurors the laundry's owner was negligent because he ignored the poor condition of the pothole-filled parking lot.

The laundry owner's lawyers argued Allison was exaggerating the extent of her injury to get more money. » Article here

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