April 28, 2006
"The family was preparing to bury the 68-year-old woman when they got a call from the funeral home in Boucherville.I mean, what kind of sick sumbitch does something like this? This is not the only time I've heard of this, though. What possible reason could someone have for stealing a dead person's head, you ask? Check out this story from almost exactly a year ago.
Someone had broken in and mutilated the body, leaving it behind with no head."
April 20, 2006
Apparently, at least two women did. It seems 76-year old Philip Winikoff was going door-to-door offering free breast exams, posing as a doctor.
Now this is where the story stops being amusing. According to the police report, after Winikoff finished fondling these women's boobs he proceeded to put his hands down their pants and assault them digitally. Winikoff was arrested for sexual battery.
I mean, WTF ladies? Look at this guy? What are you thinking letting a stranger into your house to essentially feel you up?
Americans are by and large a fairly trusting people. Our culture, the most diverse in the world, is based on the idea of giving people the benefit of the doubt. Our legal system is founded on the principle of innocent until proven guilty. That's what makes it so hard for the U.S. to deal with terrorism, which uses our own trusting nature against us.
But this is just.plain.stupid. I feel badly for the victims but you really have to wonder what was going through their minds - if anything.
April 10, 2006
Well, they caught the bugger. And here he is:
Now I got you! You wascally wabbit!
April 07, 2006
Jeff Smith, 63, was first to spot the black and brown creature at the Mouldshaugh Lane allotments in Felton, Northumberland, two months ago.Is this possible? You betcha. Just get a load of the size of one below the fold!
According to The Sun he said: "It was massive. I thought, 'What the hell is that?' It's no ordinary rabbit - we're dealing with a monster.
"Its prints are huge, bigger than a hare - about the size of a deer's. One ear's bigger than the other. It's a brute.
"The Curse of the Were-Rabbit was a film . . . this is the real thing."
Plot holder George Brown, 76, vowed: "We will nail it."
Marksman Brian Cadman, an assistant gamekeeper on patrol, added: "We've been told to shoot on sight."
Click "more" more...
120 queries taking 0.1478 seconds, 234 records returned.
Powered by Minx 1.1.6c-pink.