Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Who needs sick flames painted on the side of their car when they can just have ...sick.

Scary Chuck-E-Cheese puppets lip-sync to Usher.

Dude smacked with toliet seat after being caught with crack

A Fort Pierce couple has been arrested after the woman allegedly hit her boyfriend with a toilet seat because he was doing drugs.

Kimberlee Cole, 18, told police she found Joel Goldsmith smoking cocaine in their bathroom Sunday night. Cole turned the shower on Goldsmith, 24, to wash away the drugs. The two argued and when Goldsmith refused to stop smoking the drugs, authorities say Cole hit him with a toilet seat. Goldsmith was charged with cocaine possession and later released on bond. Cole faces a battery charge and was released without posting bond.

Save trees. Trees save.

[hilarious] Stephen Colbert vs. Rain, dance off

Women arrested for oral sex competition.

Nine British women were facing prostitution charges after being arrested at the weekend for taking part in an oral sex competition in the Greek holiday island of Zakynthos, police said on Monday.

Six British and six Greek men, including two bar owners, were also charged in the incident, which took place off the west coast of mainland Greece.

The women, who came to the popular resort on holiday, had been paid to take part in the competition, which was video recorded and was to be posted on the Internet, police said. The men were charged with encouraging obscene behavior.

No one can drink your coffee without the key.

Not quite the 'Star Wars kid' -- but he's close.

Woman has 140-pound tumor removed.

Throughout her life, Linda Rittenbach has struggled with her weight.

“You get bigger and bigger and bigger,” said Rittenbach, who has two grown children. “And then you go to your doctor and they tell you, ‘You need to lose weight — you’re fat!’” Doctors told her a 140-pound cancerous tumor — a rare kind of liposcarcoma — was growing near her stomach. They said it had likely been growing for 15 to 20 years.

“My doctor told me I had two choices,” she said. “I could either live or die. And I had a 20 percent chance if I had the surgery. And if I didn’t have the surgery, I would die at home where my family would find me, and I didn’t want that.” It took doctors three operations, over two months, in Redmond and at Oregon Health and Sciences University in Portland to remove the tumor.

Doctors also had to remove both kidneys to complete the surgery, and they were able to put only one back. The other kidney was so damaged in surgery that it couldn’t be saved, doctors told Rittenbach.