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A quadriplegic man (you know...someone who can't use his arms or legs) died when he didn't pull his rip-cord while skydiving. Investigators believe it may be related to his paralysis.
Sometimes life imitates art when a terrorist put a bomb on his head to assassinate a mayor. The artists at Jyllands-Posten had no comment.
His father never saw it coming.
Sean Hoare, the original whistleblower that exposed that the Rupert Murdoch owned British tabloid (News of the World) was hacking into people's phones in order to get stories, died suddenly at his home. Police currently believe that there was no foul play and that he either took too much of his daily dose of cyanide or he fell onto a bunch of bullets while cleaning a gun.
US Prosecutors have dropped charges against Osama bin Laden.
Yeah...once again I am REALLY bad about updating the website. Well, I am just really slammed at work. Hopefully, things will slow down soon.
The Indian navy captures 61 pirates in Arabian Sea. What did you think I meant?
Two street clowns were found dead in southeastern Mexico. Apparently they were acting funny.
Thanks to Union contracts, stagehands at Carnegie Hall, who...you know...move chairs for musicians and stuff, make between $327k and $422k per year. And people complain about federal employees making too much money.
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