Thursday, January 2, 2014

Suspect spotted in hot tub with machete after crime spree

Thursday, December 12, 2013

Canada vows to protect Santa Claus from Russian troops in the Arctic

Canada has vowed to defend the North Pole and Santa Claus, insisting the mythical figure is a citizen, after Russia ordered its military to step up its Arctic presence.
Paul Calandra, parliamentary secretary to the prime minister, cited Canada's claim of the North Pole to bash an opposition party in Parliament.
"We are defending the north further by making a claim on the North Pole," he said.
"We know that the (opposition) Liberals do not think that the North Pole or Santa Claus are in Canada. We do. We are going to make sure that we protect them as best we can."
Russian President Vladimir Putin responded to the move by ordering the formation of new military units in the Arctic that are to remain on constant combat alert.
Russia, he said, was "ever more actively reclaiming this promising region, returning to it" after a brief absence that followed the Soviet Union's collapse.

Source: The Telegraph

Man sent threatening letters to himself, others

On December 6, at around 7 p.m., police were called to [Jason] Wilson's residence at 603 E. Pickwick Drive. They found a vehicle on fire in the driveway and Wilson in the backyard leaning against a tree. Wilson told the officers that he noticed his truck on fire and that someone tried to break his sliding glass window to gain entry into the house.
He said he chased the person and the two of them got in a fight, but the unknown male got away. Police searched the area but located no one.
On Saturday, December 7, Wilson and the female in Bremen both again received threatening letters.
After an investigation, it was determined that Wilson sent the threatening letters to himself, the female and her father in Bremen and also to Kohl’s’ department store in Warsaw where the woman works.

Sunday, December 8, 2013

Making Eggs Without Chickens (Video)


Chef's poisoning may have sunk plan to battle invasive lionfish by getting Americans to eat them

It happened in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina: WBTW-TV: News, Weather, and Sports for Florence, SC

Lakers Fan Cancels Wedding To Watch Kobe Bryant’s Return

From San Diego:
28 year old Simon Bradley, a self-described ‘obsessed’ Laker fan decided to post-pone his wedding so he can attend Kobe Bryant’s highly anticipated return to the court from a torn Achilles this Sunday at Staples Center in Los Angeles.
The man promised his fiance’ Melissa they will set a future date...
Melissa, save yourself a divorce and drop the guy now.

Video of NYPD's vain attempt to stop skateboarding event goes viral

Click here to see the full, uncut video. At nearly 14 minutes long it gets rather boring pretty quickly.