Tuesday, April 22, 2008

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Carnie has part of his thumb bitten off, is beaten with a stick.

A carnival worker had part of his thumb bitten off in a midnight fight, then he was beaten with a stick hours later Sunday morning in a continuing clash, Medford police said.

The string of fights landed five men in jail on assault, harassment and disorderly conduct charges. » Full article here

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Dude urinates on 3-year-old boy.

A man in Clermont is charged with child abuse for allegedly urinating on a 3-year-old boy.

Investigators said Aaron Hunter abused the child during a fight with the boy's mother. Hunter was hurt during the disturbance. Police said the child's mother punched Hunter to defend herself and her son. Investigators said Hunter admitted being drunk and confessed to the abuse. » Article here

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Courtney Cox... before vs. now. GEEW

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It's your move...

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Dude faked heart attack when he couldn't pay his tab

DeLand police say a man cost taxpayers hundreds of dollars when he couldn't pay his $7 restaurant tab.

Police believe 64-year-old Joseph Govoni faked a heart attack when the I-HOP manager called police because he couldn't pay his tab. Paramedics found Govoni in "very stable" condition. He was taken to Florida Hospital DeLand for a checkup. Govoni was charged with theft and got a trespassing warrant. » Article here

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Oh really? K, good to know.

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"Eat the fat..." wouldn't fit.

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Candy-flavored cocaine hits the streets of America

Federal drug agents say candy-flavored cocaine is a new and troubling development and are hoping to keep it from spreading to the rest of the country after its recent emergence in California.

Drug rings have occasionally sold cocaine mixed with candy powder, but investigators said the new product was significantly more sophisticated and lucrative. Cocaine cut with an added flavoring is less potent, but the 1½ pounds seized last month were a full-strength powder into which strawberry, coconut, lemon and cinnamon flavoring had been chemically synthesized.

The flavored cocaine would command $1,100 to $1,400 an ounce on the street. » Full article here

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Happy Earth Day from Across-the-Board!

In celebration of Earth Day I'd thought it would be appropriate to direct you to some resources provided by one of my clients The Climate and Energy Project. I led the design, development, and deployment of their website this year -- and I thought it would be great to refer you some of the helpful information they provide.

Happy Earth Day!
» Tips to Save Energy
» Go on a carbon diet - Lose a Ton!
» Questions about CFL lightbulbs and Mercury

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Uh -- ouch?

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Dude attempts to fill up imaginary car.

A Kentucky man was arrested on drug trafficking charges early Sunday morning after he was reportedly pumping gas into an imaginary vehicle.

According to the arrest report, Metro Police arrived at a gas station in Louisville and immediately smelled marijuana coming from Joshua L. Moore.

Officers searched Moore and found "two large baggies" of marijuana and a large amount of Ecstasy. Police said Moore also had a cell phone and a large amount of money, which they said was indicative of trafficking. » Article here

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OMG, global warming?

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Kevin Federline... before and now.

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Teens busted for microwaving feces at convenience store

Three juveniles who were videotaped putting a bag of human feces in a microwave at a Salt Lake area convenience store were arrested.

A few minutes later, the microwave blew up and sent the excrement and a putrid stench around the store. The appliance was destroyed and the entire store had to be fumigated for a long period of time -- resulting in lost profits, officials said. Overall, about $3,500 in damages occurred. » Full article here

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Handicapped people are faster?

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