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    andrewlin

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    weird news

    Post  andrewlin on Tue Dec 01, 2009 11:36 pm

    1. A new rash of burglaries has South African authorities scratching their heads. However, what’s most intriguing is the fact that the burglars are baboons. These cute mammals travel in gangs of around thirty and have recently gotten more aggressive, according to local police. As tourists and many locals report, the baboons break into cars and hop through windows in groups in search of snacks. Local authorities have identified the leader of one gang as “Fred.”
    2. In Australia, a man and his dog were attacked by a kangaroo. After chasing the kangaroo into a pond, the dog was pinned underwater by the ingenious kangaroo. When the man went in to rescue his dog, the kangaroo turned and beat the man as well. The dog and man were injured, but ultimately everybody was alright.
    3. Just as Winston Churchill dreamed of a world someday free of the Nazi threat, so too did he envision a world where chicken could be grown without the live chicken. Scientists have recently been making strides in synthesizing meat in labs. They argue that it could address the rising demand for meat around the globe, help to lower incidences of meat-borne illnesses, such as salmonella and mad cow disease, and also curtail greenhouse gas emissions produced by livestock, a major source of greenhouse gasses ahead of cars.
    4. Late November, a group Utah teens rapped their order at a McDonald’s and were then given a citation for disorderly conduct by the police. The teens claimed they were just copying a popular YouTube video. One of the teens is challenging the citation and the hearing is expected to occur late January.
    5. A Canadian lawmaker was recently pooh-poohed by the media when she called a fellow member of Parliament fat on Twitter. The accused stood up during a session of the House of Commons and said, “I apologize that I'm not perfect and perhaps my stature doesn't meet the criteria that some members of the House might set but I have actually battled that problem since birth.”
    6. On Nov. 16, Seattle police found a man dressed as a ninja impaled on a fence. Officers suspected the ninja to have been involved in a nearby assault case, but the ninja insisted that he was just scaling fences.
    7. Late November, a Massachusetts woman found a picture of Jesus on the bottom of her iron.
    8. Last month, a group of 6,000 camels attacked and half-destroyed Docker River, a small town in north Australia, 310 miles south of Alice Springs. According to authorities, the camels tore into people’s houses, broke into outhouses, and tore up water pipes in search for water. Locals speculate the recent influx of camels to have been a result of the increasingly dry conditions in the surrounding area. To address the solution, the state government is planning on corralling all 6,000 camels and then shooting them via helicopter.

    nancyxiao

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    Post  nancyxiao on Tue Dec 08, 2009 8:11 am

    1. A new rash of burglaries has South African authorities scratching their heads. However, what’s most intriguing [What's more intriguing, however,] is the fact that the burglars are baboons. These cute mammals travel in gangs of around thirty and have recently gotten more aggressive, according to local police. As tourists and many locals report, the baboons break into cars and hop through windows in groups in search of snacks. Local authorities have identified the leader of one gang as “Fred.”
    2. In Australia, a man and his dog were attacked by a kangaroo. After chasing the kangaroo into a pond, the dog was pinned underwater by the ingenious kangaroo. When the man went in to rescue his dog, the kangaroo turned and beat the man as well. The dog and man were injured, but ultimately everybody was [is] alright.
    3. Just as Winston Churchill dreamed of a world someday free of the Nazi threat, so too did he envision a world where chicken could be grown without the live chicken. Scientists have recently been making strides in synthesizing meat in labs. They argue that it could address the rising demand for meat around the globe, help to lower incidences of meat-borne illnesses, such as salmonella and mad cow disease, and also curtail greenhouse gas emissions produced by livestock, a major source of greenhouse gasses [gases] ahead of cars.
    4. Late November, a group Utah teens rapped their order at a McDonald’s and were then given a citation for disorderly conduct by the police. The teens claimed they were just copying a popular YouTube video. One of the teens is challenging the citation and the hearing is expected to occur late January.
    5. A Canadian lawmaker was recently pooh-poohed by the media when she called a fellow member of Parliament fat ["fat"] on Twitter. The accused stood up during a session of the House of Commons and said, “I apologize that I'm not perfect and perhaps my stature doesn't meet the criteria that some members of the House might set but I have actually battled that problem since birth.”
    6. On Nov. 16, Seattle police found a man dressed as a ninja impaled on a fence. Officers suspected the ninja to have been involved in a nearby assault case, but the ninja insisted that he was just scaling fences. [is the ninja dead?]
    7. Late November, a Massachusetts woman found a picture of Jesus on the bottom of her iron.
    8. Last month, a group of 6,000 camels attacked and half-destroyed Docker River, a small town in north Australia, 310 miles south of Alice Springs. According to authorities, the camels tore into people’s houses, broke into outhouses, and tore up water pipes in search for water. Locals speculate the recent influx of camels to have been a result of the increasingly dry conditions in the surrounding area. To address the solution, the state government is planning on corralling all 6,000 camels and then shooting them via helicopter.

    andrewlin

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    Post  andrewlin on Tue Dec 08, 2009 5:46 pm

    1. A new rash of burglaries has South African authorities scratching their heads. What’s most intriguing, however, is the fact that the burglars are baboons. These cute mammals travel in gangs of around thirty and have recently gotten more aggressive, according to local police. As tourists and many locals report, the baboons break into cars and hop through windows in groups in search of snacks. Local authorities have identified the leader of one gang as “Fred.”
    2. In Australia, a man and his dog were attacked by a kangaroo. After chasing the kangaroo into a pond, the dog was pinned underwater by the ingenious kangaroo. When the man went in to rescue his dog, the kangaroo turned and beat the man as well. The dog and man were injured, but ultimately everybody was alright.
    3. Just as Winston Churchill dreamed of a world someday free of the Nazi threat, so too did he envision a world where chicken could be grown without the live chicken. Scientists have recently been making strides in synthesizing meat in labs. They argue that it could address the rising demand for meat around the globe, help to lower incidences of meat-borne illnesses, such as salmonella and mad cow disease, and also curtail greenhouse gas emissions produced by livestock, a major source of greenhouse gases ahead of cars.
    4. Late November, a group Utah teens rapped their order at a McDonald’s and were then given a citation for disorderly conduct by the police. The teens claimed they were just copying a popular YouTube video. One of the teens is challenging the citation and the hearing is expected to occur late January.
    5. A Canadian lawmaker was recently pooh-poohed by the media when she called a fellow member of Parliament fat on Twitter. The accused stood up during a session of the House of Commons and said, “I apologize that I'm not perfect and perhaps my stature doesn't meet the criteria that some members of the House might set but I have actually battled that problem since birth.”
    6. On Nov. 16, Seattle police found a man dressed as a ninja impaled on a fence. Officers suspected the ninja to have been involved in a nearby assault case, but the ninja insisted that he was just scaling fences.
    7. Late November, a Massachusetts woman found a picture of Jesus on the bottom of her iron.
    8. Last month, a group of 6,000 camels attacked and half-destroyed Docker River, a small town in north Australia, 310 miles south of Alice Springs. According to authorities, the camels tore into people’s houses, broke into outhouses, and tore up water pipes in search for water. Locals speculate the recent influx of camels to have been a result of the increasingly dry conditions in the surrounding area. To address the solution, the state government is planning on corralling all 6,000 camels and then shooting them via helicopter.

    nancyxiao

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    Join date : 2009-08-31

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    Post  nancyxiao on Tue Dec 08, 2009 6:15 pm

    1. A new rash of burglaries has South African authorities scratching their heads. What’s most intriguing, however, is the fact that the burglars are baboons. These cute mammals travel in gangs of around thirty and have recently gotten more aggressive, according to local police. As tourists and many locals report, the baboons break into cars and hop through windows in groups in search of snacks. Local authorities have identified the leader of one gang as “Fred.”
    2. In Australia, a man and his dog were attacked by a kangaroo. After chasing the kangaroo into a pond, the dog was pinned underwater by the ingenious kangaroo. When the man went in to rescue his dog, the kangaroo turned and beat the man as well. The dog and man were injured, but ultimately everybody was alright.
    3. Just as Winston Churchill dreamed of a world someday free of the Nazi threat, so too did he envision a world where chicken could be grown without the live chicken. Scientists have recently been making strides in synthesizing meat in labs. They argue that it could address the rising demand for meat around the globe, help to lower incidences of meat-borne illnesses, such as salmonella and mad cow disease, and also curtail greenhouse gas emissions produced by livestock, a major source of greenhouse gases ahead of cars.
    4. Late November, a group Utah teens rapped their order at a McDonald’s and were then given a citation for disorderly conduct by the police. The teens claimed they were just copying a popular YouTube video. One of the teens is challenging the citation and the hearing is expected to occur late January.
    5. A Canadian lawmaker was recently pooh-poohed by the media when she called a fellow member of Parliament fat ["fat"] on Twitter. The accused stood up during a session of the House of Commons and said, “I apologize that I'm not perfect and perhaps my stature doesn't meet the criteria that some members of the House might set but I have actually battled that problem since birth.”
    6. On Nov. 16, Seattle police found a man dressed as a ninja impaled on a fence. Officers suspected the ninja to have been involved in a nearby assault case, but the ninja insisted that he was just scaling fences.
    7. Late November, a Massachusetts woman found a picture of Jesus on the bottom of her iron.
    8. Last month, a group of 6,000 camels attacked and half-destroyed Docker River, a small town in north Australia, 310 miles south of Alice Springs. According to authorities, the camels tore into people’s houses, broke into outhouses, and tore up water pipes in search for water. Locals speculate the recent influx of camels to have been a result of the increasingly dry conditions in the surrounding area. To address the solution, the state government is planning on corralling all 6,000 camels and then shooting them via helicopter.

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