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    andrewlin

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    Post  andrewlin on Fri Jan 08, 2010 11:02 am

    1. This past Christmas locals in Anchorage, Alaska bought their pine trees garnished with something different: Pacific Chorus frogs. They’re about an inch long, produce lovely croaking melodies, and are brown with vivid green patterns that stretch along its sides—they’re quite cute. In all seriousness, however, scientists discovered that the frogs were in fact an invasive species and at risk for carrying certain funguses and viruses. Local government officials are recommending that Alaskans do the local ecosystem a favor by killing them. Officials suggest rubbing Orajel on the frogs’ heads, which seeps into their amphibious brains and knocks them out dead, or placing the creatures in plastic bags and them freezing them.
    2. A family in Albuquerque, New Mexico is suing a local funeral home for sending their dead mother’s brain home in a bag of personal effects. The family made its ghastly discovery after tracing the source of the stink.
    3. Last Dec. 30, 26-year-old Bayron Reyes Lopez of San Clemente was arrested for repeatedly beating, choking, and ultimately killing a stranger’s schnauzer dog and then proceeding to run through the streets naked.
    4. It seems as if Arcadia isn’t the only host to the peacock menace: the community of Longboat Key, Florida has recently began a campaign to rid the neighborhood of their peacock infestation. Owners have been setting up traps and one has even been arrested for clubbing a peacock to death. That’ll get you a thousand-dollar fine here in Arcadia.
    5. A man in Portland, Oregon was recently arrested for surreptitiously cutting peoples’ hair on the public transit and is a suspect in a string of similar cases reported this past month. What’s more, the man has an outstanding warrant on him in King County, Washington for allegedly gluing peoples’ hair.
    6. The owner of a Southern Californian toy store discovered a two-foot teddy bear stuffed with three large, vacuum-sealed bags of marijuana on Dec. 28.
    7. On Jan. 5, a woman in Toledo, Ohio knocked out a McDonald’s employee and punched and shattered a drive-thru window after being told that the establishment was all sold-out of chicken nuggets.
    8. 45-year-old Rocky Flash the “Vampyre King” was sentenced to two years in prison for threatening to torture, dismember, decapitate and impale a judge and his children. The Vampyre King’s threat was delivered shortly after the judge ordered him to stay a respectful distance away from a woman the King met on an internet dating website. Flash is the leader of an internet community called Vampyre Nation, which is devoted to securing for its patrons blood to drink.

    reginaliu

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    Post  reginaliu on Fri Jan 08, 2010 11:57 pm

    1. This past Christmas locals in Anchorage, Alaska [Anchorage, AK] bought their pine trees garnished with something different: Pacific Chorus frogs. They’re about an inch long, produce lovely croaking melodies, and are brown with vivid green patterns that stretch along its sides—they’re quite cute. In all seriousness, however, scientists discovered that the frogs were in fact an invasive species and at risk for carrying certain funguses and viruses. Local government officials are recommending that Alaskans do the local ecosystem a favor by killing them. Officials suggest rubbing Orajel on the frogs’ heads, which seeps into their amphibious brains and knocks them out dead, or placing the creatures in plastic bags and them [then] freezing them.
    2. A family in Albuquerque, New Mexico [Albuquerque, NM] is suing a local funeral home for sending their dead mother’s brain home in a bag of personal effects. The family made its ghastly discovery after tracing the source of the stink.
    3. Last [delete last? or reword phrase] Dec. 30 , 26-year-old Bayron Reyes Lopez of San Clemente was arrested for repeatedly beating, choking, and ultimately killing a stranger’s schnauzer dog and then proceeding to run through the streets naked.
    4. It seems as if Arcadia isn’t the only host to the peacock menace: the community of Longboat Key, Florida [FL] has recently began a campaign to rid the neighborhood of their peacock infestation. Owners have been setting up traps and one has even been arrested for clubbing a peacock to death. That’ll get you a thousand-dollar [$1,000 dollar] fine here in Arcadia.
    5. A man in Portland, Oregon [OR] was recently arrested for surreptitiously cutting peoples’ hair on the public transit and is a suspect in a string of similar cases reported this past month. What’s more, the man has an outstanding warrant on him in King County, Washington [WA] for allegedly gluing peoples’ hair.
    6. The owner of a Southern Californian toy store discovered a two-foot teddy bear stuffed with three large, vacuum-sealed bags of marijuana on Dec. 28.
    7. On Jan. 5, a woman in Toledo, Ohio [OH] knocked out a McDonald’s employee and punched and shattered a drive-thru window after being told that the establishment was all sold-out of chicken nuggets.
    8. 45-year-old [Numbers that start a sentence are spelled out] Rocky Flash the “Vampyre King” was sentenced to two years in prison for threatening to torture, dismember, decapitate and impale a judge and his children. The Vampyre King’s threat was delivered shortly after the judge ordered him to stay a respectful distance away from a woman the King met on an internet dating website. Flash is the leader of an internet community called Vampyre Nation, which is devoted to securing for its patrons blood to drink.

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    Post  andrewlin on Wed Jan 13, 2010 11:17 am

    1. This past Christmas, locals in Anchorage, AK bought their pine trees garnished with something different: Pacific Chorus frogs. They’re about an inch long, produce lovely croaking melodies, and are brown with vivid green patterns that stretch along its sides—they’re quite cute. In all seriousness, however, scientists discovered that the frogs were in fact an invasive species and at risk for carrying certain funguses and viruses. Local government officials are recommending that Alaskans do the local ecosystem a favor by killing them. They suggest rubbing Orajel on the frogs’ heads, which seeps into their amphibious brains and knocks them out dead, or placing the creatures in plastic bags and then freezing them.
    2. A family in Albuquerque, NM, is suing a local funeral home for sending their dead mother’s brain home in a bag of personal effects. The family made its ghastly discovery after tracing the source of the stink.
    3. Last Dec. 30, 26-year-old Bayron Reyes Lopez of San Clemente was arrested for repeatedly beating, choking, and ultimately killing a stranger’s schnauzer dog and then proceeding to run through the streets naked.
    4. It seems as if Arcadia isn’t the only host to the peacock menace: the community of Longboat Key, FL, has recently began a campaign to rid the neighborhood of their peacock infestation. Owners have been setting up traps and one has even been arrested for clubbing a peacock to death. That’ll get you a $1,000 dollar fine here in Arcadia.
    5. A man in Portland, OR, was recently arrested for surreptitiously cutting people's hair on the public transit and is a suspect in a string of similar cases reported this past month. What’s more, the man has an outstanding warrant on him in King County, WA, for allegedly gluing people's hair.
    6. The owner of a Southern Californian toy store discovered a two-foot teddy bear stuffed with three large, vacuum-sealed bags of marijuana on Dec. 28.
    7. On Jan. 5, a woman in Toledo, OH, knocked out a McDonald’s employee and punched and shattered a drive-thru window after being told that the establishment was all sold-out of chicken nuggets.
    8. Forty-five-year-old Rocky Flash the “Vampyre King” was sentenced to two years in prison for threatening to torture, dismember, decapitate and impale a judge and his children. The Vampyre King’s threat was delivered shortly after the judge ordered him to stay a respectful distance away from a woman the King met on an internet dating website. Flash is the leader of an internet community called Vampyre Nation, which is devoted to securing for its patrons blood to drink.

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