Wednesday, June 04, 2008

I don't know how to caption this, other than it's sorta cool?

Dude goes 'postal' at the office. FAKE? or REAL?

If you're going to let your kid drive you home because you're drunk, at least make sure they have a license...okay, as long as they're old enough...

While a designated driver is a good idea if you've been drinking, Goshen Township police said one woman's driver was a bit too young. An officer said he pulled over Marya Green. The officer said that when he came to the driver's window, he found that Green's 1-year-old son was at the wheel, sitting in Green's lap. Green, 29, registered a .11 percent blood-alcohol level. Two other children, ages 8 and 5, were also in the car.

Green was arrested and faces charges of DUI, driving under OVI suspension, noncompliance, and endangering children. Police said this is Green's third DUI arrest in six years.

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Brawl between teacher in white, student in pink

I think this is old, but its still clever.

An introspective letter from 'Bill Muse'.

Electrician's attempt to electrocute wife in shower fails

A 60-year-old man who works as an electrician is facing numerous charges after allegedly trying to electrocute his wife and then leading police on a high-speed chase in his car.

Police say that the victim was taking a shower Sunday morning when she received several electric shocks while adjusting the taps. When she called her husband into the bathroom, he told her it was a build-up of static electricity. The woman found the drywall missing in the master bedroom, which adjoins the bathroom. An extension cord with open wires ran to the plumbing. Police did not lay attempted murder charges because while they determined it was dangerous, the woman would not have died from the incident.

When she confronted her husband early at about 12:15 a.m. Monday, he attacked her and choked her almost to unconsciousness, police say. The man then left the house and drove off. His wife called police.

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Britain's Got Talent - 'George Sampson'

(jump to: 1:13)

That pretty much covers everyone...

Woman drives car with cinder block as a seat -- no brakes.

A woman learned the hard way that a car with a cinder block for a seat should not be trusted. The 51-year-old woman got in the stripped-down Nissan sedan and backed out of the driveway of her Oleander Street home, according to a Beaufort County sheriff's report.

When she applied the brakes, she realized there were none -- the car didn't even have a brake pedal. So the woman jumped out, ran around back and tried to stop the car by pushing against it, the report stated.

The car continued to roll, pinning her against a palmetto tree. A sheriff's deputy happened to drive by within a couple of minutes and noticed the woman waving him down as she lay near the car on a bike path.

She was taken to the emergency room. Her son pushed the car back up the driveway. The deputy described the vehicle as completely empty inside, except for the cinder block seat.

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