Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Who says online AD placement doesn't work?

WNBA Live 2008.

Sex, blood & baby names: U.S. crazy for gas

Some U.S. motorists sick of getting clobbered at the pump seem willing to do just about anything for free fuel, from giving up the right to name their children to stealing from day-care centers to donating blood.

In Orlando, Florida, David Partin pledged to name his son after local radio hosts to win a $100 gas card as part of a contest. Partin will collect the card in December, when his son is born, if he can produce a birth certificate proving the baby is named Dixon Willoughby Partin, after the hosts.

"(His wife said) this is his problem to explain when the child is older," Greg Stevens, WHTQ-FM program director told Reuters.

Font Conference.

While you were out getting stoned...

Wife Will Never Touch a Gun Again

Woman accidentally stabs herself with 36-inch sword

A woman accidentally stabbed herself in the foot with a 36-inch sword while performing a Wiccan good luck ritual at a Lebanon cemetery.

Police say 36-year-old Katherine Gunther of Lebanon pierced her left foot with the sword while performing the rite at Oak Hill Cemetery on Saturday. Gunther says she was performing the ceremony to give thanks for a recent run of good luck. The ceremony involves the use of candles, incense and driving swords into the ground during the full moon.

Gunther said was aiming to put the sword in the ground, but hit her foot instead.

Forget the kids, it's already too late.

Dude tries to jump on chair then ...just watch it.

Dude is suing church for 'god injury'.

A man said he was so consumed by the spirit of God that he fell and hit his head while at a Knoxville church. Now he wants Lakewind Church to pay $2.5 million for medical bills, lost income, and pain and suffering he said he's endured from his injuries.

Matt Lincoln, 57, says he decided to sue the church after its insurance company denied his claim for medical bills. Lincoln has had two surgeries since the June 2007 incident but said he still feels pain in his back and his legs.

The Sevier County man said he was asking God to have "a real experience" while praying at church. He said he has fallen from the force of the spirit before but has always been caught by someone. Lawyers for the church said other congregants saw him on the floor laughing after his fall. They said he failed to look out for his own safety.