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Click here to see the play-by-play of Hilary Duff's acceptance of Mike Comrie's marriage proposal. Pic 4 is the important one...
Watch out Brits. You might want to think twice before you or your kids shop at Bridges shopping centre in Sunderland. Why? Well, according to local police, "Bridges shopping centre is a hotbed of paedophile activity and sexual assaults happen there all of the time." That is what a local cop said to a father after a mall security guard lodged a complaint against him for taking pictures of a kid - his son.
Courtesy of BoingBoing.
You may have seen this fight on Youtube. In it you see a young black man and an old (67 years old) white guy exchange words and then get into a fight. The fight consisted of the black guy cold cocking the white guy and the white guy knocking him out like DEBO. Below is an interview with the somewhat crazy hero.
Although McSweeney's is mostly known for their hysterical satiric articles, here is a rare non-fiction one. In it attorney, Wajahat Ali, documents his frustrating but determined fight with Wells Fargo to negotiate a loan modification for his clients. His determination and constant threats to declare bankruptcy and/or to sue the bank paid off and Wells Fargo eventually relented. His clients have a modified loan.
Some takeaways from this article are:
1. The bank won't begin to discuss modifying a loan until it is within 3 days of foreclosure.
2. "Stated income" loans, where you just tell the bank what your income is without having to prove it (lie), are illegal. If your fight goes to court, there is a good chance that the whole loan will be thrown out and you will get your house for free.
3. California just passed a law that prevents lawyers from working on loan modifications on retainer. Although it stops a lot of scammers, it also reduced the number of lawyers who are interested in doing the work.
This article is courtesy of the Consumerist.
APN is a liberal website in much the same way that
"He held on to the notion that there was an objective reality that could be reported objectively, despite the fact that that was not our editorial policy at Atlanta Progressive News. It just wasn’t the right fit."
So Jonathan believed that news reporting should be objective and that is not APN's policy. Yellow Journalism has returned!
South Australian Attorney-General, Michael Atkinson, says he is more scared of gamers than the biker gangs he is outlawing. His comments come after an
But don't make fun of him because that is a 'Bootin offense.
Turns out it is better for the passengers than for the occupants of the other vehicles.
No no. That's the story. A gorilla escaped. I just couldn't resist the Waterboy reference.
You may raise your eyebrow and tilt your head at this picture but you are seeing it correctly. That is the guy on the right playfully biting the cock of the guy on the ground (who presumably scored a goal). Click here to see the the scene in motion.
70% of those polled support gays and lesbians serving in the military. But only 59% support homosexuals serving in the military. Huh???
Jeff wants some disguised weapons. Mike thinks he can help. Jeff disagrees. Hilarity ensues.
I GUESS it would be a good way to teach a kid to think outside the box (move after Dad put the camera in his way) but the way the Dad chuckles...he is just an asshole and is going to scar his child.
Latest intel on the so-called War on Terror has found that terrorists are using explosive breast implants to hide bombs. Being a TSA agent at the airport just got a whole lot more fun.
In response to the recent rapes of a teenager and a 9-year old russian girl, Goa's deputy director of tourism, Pamela Mascarhenas, had this to say about the (alleged) attacks, "You can't blame the locals; they have never seen such women. Foreign tourists must maintain a certain degree of modesty in their clothing. Walking on the beaches half-naked is bound to titillate the senses..."
That's right - wear a bikini and you are just asking to be raped (like the 9-year old).
The early front-runner for innovation of the year goes to Princeton university researchers that can derive power from squeezing, moving and bouncing silicon. Potential applications include pacemakers AND the more silicon, the more power provided. CPR just got a whole lot more fun.
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