Wednesday, July 09, 2008

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In his new movie, Van Damme plays a squirrel.

Keep it classy.

Naked man arrested after hijacking Las Vegas bus.

Police in Las Vegas say they arrested a naked man who stole a beer and then hijacked a bus several miles northeast of the Strip.

A police spokesman says the man fled from a convenience store when an officer arrived to investigate a report of a shoplifter Tuesday. The man allegedly punched in a back window of a Citizens Area Transit bus, climbed aboard, forced the driver off, drove the bus about 200 yards and then jumped off the moving vehicle.

A police officer climbed aboard the bus and stopped the vehicle. Police say the man was arrested on felony charges and given clothes and a mental evaluation.

Geek panties. ;)


Three Matthew McConaugheys and A Baby.

A greeting card so cute, you'll puke.

(thanks Whitney M.)

What is your precious daughter doing? Threatening to shoot a 12-year-old with an AR-15. All because of a text message.

Alachua County Sheriff’s deputies arrested a 17-year-old for threatening another girl with an assault rifle Tuesday night. The girl is facing a charge of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill, said Sheriff’s Office spokesman Lt. Steve Maynard.

A 12-year-old girl told officers the teenager threatened her with the weapon after the two started fighting, Maynard said. The girl said she was walking with her younger cousin when the teenager confronted her. The pair fought over an accusation the younger girl had sent text messages and made phone calls that angered the teenager. Maynard said the girl and witnesses reported the 17-year-old then went to her home and came back outside armed with the gun. The teenager told the younger girl she would shoot her, deputies reported. The weapon, which belongs to a person at the teen’s home, is an AR-15 assault rifle, Maynard said.