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 »
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 »
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 »
A Superior Court judge has ordered a new election on Oct. 2 in the deadlocked Democratic primary for the 5th General Assembly District. Judge A. Susan Peck scheduled the new vote after an uncounted absentee ballot with the potential to decide the race was opened in court Wednesday afternoon — and was found to be cast for the third candidate in the race.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 »
There was a time when horses were way more convenient, reliable and cost-effective than automobiles. But we stuck with cars through the growing pains, because we knew that cars were only going to get better, while horses would stay the same.That's where we are with "green" technology -- at the awkward stage where we have to wonder if it's all really worth it. Because some of the kinks we're running into range from horrifying to downright bizarre ...Read more »
Man killed while trying to create a Bigfoot sightingRead more »
Canadian burning off friend's messed up earlobe with a soldering iron.Read 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
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