Mystery Goo Turns Icicles Green and Yellow in Snyder, N.Y.
FAA Dismisses Suggestions That Gunk Is ‘Blue Ice’ From Passing Jetliners
A new Buddhist temple contains beautiful architecture, surreal sculpture … and strange paintings of Superman, Neo from the Matrix, The Predator, dragons and spaceships adorning the ceiling.Read more »
It's for "the children," I suppose. Some people are trying to teach children that cigars, pipes, and cigarettes never existed. Thus, otherwise historic photos Winston Churchill, Clement Hurd, and others, are appearing ... sans cigar or cigarette.Read more »
When 40-year old Andre Hall came home to Pittsburgh after the holidays, he noticed something was missing. His house.
The contractor was supposed to have demolished the house next door.Read more »
U.S. Celebrates Wikileaks arrest by announcing Press Freedom Day. In other news, reports are coming in that Irony has been found dead in his apartment at 123 WTF Ave.
"Wikileaks' Julian Assange is arrested on suspicion of rape; today U.S. State Department drops this gem: "The United States is pleased to announce that it will host UNESCO's World Press Freedom Day event in 2011 in Washington, D.C." Oh my."Read more »
Young Boy Strip Searched By TSA. The terrorists have won.Read more »
Hudson -- A Sullivan Road resident called police to report a "suspicious package" on his front porch Nov. 2 at 3:20 p.m.
The resident said he observed an unknown person leave the package and called police, according to the police report.
The officer said he could see the package was clearly labeled with the Amazon.com logo and asked the man if he had ordered anything from the firm recently.
The man reportedly said "Why yes, I did."Read more »
Withdrawal from marijuana triggered a psychotic episode in a pot head who went on a crime spree which included sexually assaulting a woman, a judge has ruled.
Provincial court Judge Marlene Graham, in a written decision released Tuesday, found Yvon Joseph Larocque was legally insane at the time and therefore not criminally responsible.Read more »
The US army general, David Petraeus, made clear today that he would not be bound by Barack Obama's promise to start withdrawing US troops from Afghanistan by July next year.
In his first interview since taking command of Nato troops in the country less than two months ago, the top general said he could foresee circumstances where conditions would make it impossible for him to recommend a reduction in forces.
The Arizona state Senate on Thursday passed a bill making it illegal for a person to “intentionally or knowingly creating a human-animal hybrid.”Read more »
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