To me, animals seem pretty gullible. Not just like how dogs always fall
for the "pretend to throw a ball" trick either. I mean how whenever a
superhero gets the ability to communicate with animals, the animals
always do whatever he says. What, just because he now speaks your
language you're suddenly willing to drop what you're doing and attack
whoever he says? Some people have a lot nerve.
If I were a group of
wandering badgers, and some human tried to boss me around, I'd just
laugh and crawl back into my badger cave or wherever. Who are you to
me? Some human who throws rubbish in the forest. Get lost.
But I guess I'm not a group of wandering badgers, so maybe I'll just
keep my fat mouth shut.
WEIRD NEWS STORIES OF THE WEEK
Police in South Carolina said a man allegedly stabbed his
during an argument about how loud he was being during sex with a
Investigators said the 58-year-old victim told them he had returned to
his Myrtle Beach home to find his roommate [having] loud sex with a
homeless woman, the Myrtle Beach (S.C.) Sun News reported Tuesday.
The victim told police he waited outside of the apartment for a time
before entering and confronting Shepherd. He said an argument broke out
and the roommate stabbed him in the hand.
Social services has removed three children from a home in
County where 100 dead cats were found in a nonfunctioning freezer.
Sheriff Duane Waldera said filthy conditions and feces from another 17
live cats caused deputies to determine the house was unlivable.
Gabriella Bernabei said authorities are targeting her and her boyfriend
because of their Wiccan religious beliefs. Bernabei said the cats were
kept in the garage freezer because she planned to bury them. She said
she was properly storing the carcasses until she could get to the
A South Carolina town is considering a measure that would
whistling and hollering to a law banning annoying sounds on public
The Sullivan Island Town Council's proposed law, which may be ratified
in July, would make it illegal to sing, yell, shout, whistle hoot or
holler on public streets if it is annoying nearby people, particularly
between the hours of 11 p.m. to 7 a.m.
The town code already bans crying, calling, shouting and using musical
instruments if they are deemed annoying by people nearby.
Judicial officials say a Saudi court has convicted four
women and 11
men for mingling at a party and sentenced them to flogging and prison
The men, who are between 30 and 40 years old, and three of the women,
who are under the age of 30, were sentenced to an unspecified number of
lashes and one or two year prison terms each. The fourth woman, a
minor, was sentenced to 80 lashes and was not sent to prison.
Saudi Arabia follows a strict interpretation of Islam that prohibits
unrelated men and women from mingling.
Police in Washington state said a 17-year-old girl
her brother with a knife-edged spatula during an argument about butter.
Police said the 21-year-old man had approached his 17-year-old sister
June 6 while she was making macaroni and cheese and asked if she was
using real butter or margarine.
"They began to argue over the difference of real butter to margarine,"
Officer Carrie Knouf wrote in her report.
Knouf said the argument became a shoving match and the brother then
claims his sister tried to cut his neck with the serrated knife edge of
a barbecue spatula.
The girl, who was charged June 10 with fourth-degree assault, did not
show up for a Wednesday hearing, authorities said. A warrant has been
issued for her arrest.
Tracy Durham remembers hearing the pop. But the gunshot
Illinois man discovered after a neighbor asked about his limp? That was
a surprise. The 48-year-old Durham told police he thinks he was shot by
a friend during a party late Sunday at his home.
Police say Durham recalled calling the friend's girlfriend ugly. The
Peoria man then heard a pop as he took a drink from a bottle of
whiskey. But police say he felt no pain.
Durham told officers he went to sleep around 3 a.m. Monday and
discovered the wound about four hours later.
Police said a 30-year-old woman apparently fell out of a
window, landed on her parked car, and then walked into a neighbor's
house, where she fell asleep on a couch for two hours. Lakemoor Police
Chief Mike Marchese said family members believe the woman woke up
before dawn Thursday and fell through the screen while opening a
Marchese said the woman bounced off the hood of her car, walked through
a neighbor's open garage door and went into the house.
The neighbor found her asleep two hours later and called 911.
HILARIOUSLY OUTDATED NATIONAL DEFENSE WEBSITE OF THE WEEK
I have to give Cuba credit: Using a mid-90s Geocities template for your
national defense website is a bold move, to say the least. I can only
assume this is some sort of masterful feint to try to draw out Cuba's
enemies by allowing them to believe that nobody in the Cuban government
can even use a computer properly (let alone fight a modern day war)
sparking an invasion which the high-tech, computer literate Cuban
military will easily be able to fight off while simultaneously making a
counterattack on the offending nation and taking it over to increase
the size of the Cuban Empire. Or something like that.
I'd go into specifics about what the site offers visitors, but I don't
really speak Spanish, and also I'd assume that most of it is "top
secret". I wouldn't want to get on the wrong side of the Cuban Defense
Ministry's team of elite superhackers.
In conclusion: Cuba!
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And that's all!