Cops confronted on video while sitting drinking coffee while illegally parked... Pretty funny!Read more »
I don’t mean that neither the pick-pocket socialist or wall street robot managed to out verbally joust the other. I mean that given this choice, the office of the president would be best left empty. I would rather vote for Clint Eastwood’s empty chair.Read more »
Police say they were in the process of arresting Jordan M. McLean on a warrant when they decided to search his pockets. According to an arrest report, they found a single donut wrapped in a tissue in one of his pockets. Police say McLean told them he had just bought the donut while in Thorntons, but the officer spoke with the store clerk who allegedly told police, "she had not sold any pastries." The donut was "not recoverable" according to police. McLean was arrested for misdemeanor theft.Read more »
A Policeman in Worcestershire, England, was on duty alone and saw a suspicious light in the Clent Hills. He went to investigate the light, warning his Sergeant over radio that he might need backup. After 20 minutes of investigating, he radioed back explaining that the light was actually just the moon.Read more »
Actor, comedian and writer, Josh Sankey is seeking to make his way across the country in the next two weeks with only a dream and, oh, yes, instead of a dollar, a trailer filled with 3,000 pounds of a new bacon.Read more »
Teen Poses as a Police Officer So He Could "Arrest" His Shoplifting BuddyRead more »
Four athletes are expected to compete as Independent Olympic Athletes at the 2012 Summer Olympics.
After the dissolution of the Netherlands Antilles and subsequent withdrawal of the country's National Olympic Committee, athletes from the country who qualified for the Games were allowed to compete independently. Three such athletes qualified.
The National Olympic Committee for South Sudan was not established between the formation of that state and the 2012 Olympic qualifying. One athlete from South Sudan qualified for the Games, and was allowed to compete
A US woman had been fined for having dried out grass during a drought.
Lori claims she has been trying to get her grass to grow, adding: ''I'm glad to try to reseed again when it cools off, but we're in the middle of a heat wave.''Read more »
(NEWSER) – Pull into the new parking garage in Triberg, Germany, and you'll see something strange: wide, well-lit spaces with female symbols on them, and cramped spaces near concrete pillars with male symbols on them.Read more »
The vision of Illuminopoly is to be a fun way to demonstrate fiat currency and hyperinflation. The game will be available as a printable pdf, so it will stay free. But, game design is not my area of expertise. That's where you come in. I'm calling on the genius of internet to develop and improve the game. I created an Illuminopoly forum at Plainboards where I've published everthing I've done so far. If people would like to discuss the published rules, or make suggestions, or help me game test it, everything you need is there.Read more »
It looks like Jim Hubbard finally found a project that politicians are hesitant to throw other people's money at. I think it would be very cool if a voluntarily funded Museum of Government waste were to exist - I hope they are successful.Read more »
Five members of the Romney Clan have endorsed Ron Paul, and three will be speaking in favor of Paul in the Idaho caucus. Clearly those who know Mittens best support Paul.Read more »
Thirty-two-year-old Thomas Mars Willis was sentenced Monday in Steuben County after a jury had found the Detroit native guilty of felony battery by bodily waste.Read more »
Couple decides to play bondage games for Valentine's Day and end up getting arrested.Read more »
Inmates working at a Vermont correctional unit's print shop managed to sneak a prank image of a pig into a state police crest that is emblazoned on police cars, and 30 cruisers sported the design for the last year, officials said on Thursday.Read more »
Revenge is a tricky thing. On the one hand, when you've been wronged, it's human nature to seek some kind of personal restitution. On the other hand, it's also human nature to not want to appear to be a scorned maniac who pees in coffee pots and slashes tires every time a fast food restaurant screws up your order. It's a fine line.
Still, sometimes people go so far above and beyond for their acts of petty revenge that you can't help but stand back and admire it ...
For as long as there have been laws, there have been black markets to sell whatever those laws prohibit -- drugs, guns, whatever Han Solo was shipping on behalf of Jabba during his smuggler days. But not every law is as clear-cut as "machine guns and heroin are bad," and not every black market item is as menacing as those. In fact, you'd be utterly baffled to see what's getting traded in the shadows these days, considering it includes things like ...Read more »
Jane Harman, Congresswoman from California was complaining that it was an “abuse of power” that she was allegedly wiretapped without her permission. However, Mrs. Harman was also an ardent supporter of the Patriot Act which does exactly that: wiretapping people without warrants and without their knowledge.Read more »
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