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    Post  Webmaster on Mon May 10, 2010 10:44 am

    1. Kirsan Ilyumzhinov, the governor of Russia's Buddhist republic, Kalmykia, claims to have been abducted from his home in Moscow by aliens back in 1997. According to Ilyumzhinov, he heard calls from his balcony and was subsequently led by a group of aliens in yellow spacesuits on a tour of their spaceship. "I would probably have not believed this if there had not been three witnesses,” Ilyumzhinov said. “Those were my driver, a minister and my assistant." He added that the aliens communicated with him telepathically and that they were tasked to find “samples.” Officials plan on interrogating Ilyumzhinov for any state secrets he may have divulged to the aliens.
    2. In Columbus, OH, 40-year-old Lois Harvey attempted to rob a bank with a note and then proceeded to eat the note when it failed. According to FBI Special Agent Harry Trombitas, when the suspect had spotted him in his uniform, she grabbed the note, ran out the bank, and stuffed the note in her mouth when stopped.
    3. The fast food chain known as White Castle recently introduced a candle that smells like its slider burgers, and it will be sold online. The proceeds from sales will go to the New York-based charity Austim Speaks.
    4. In La Plata, MD, the Charles County sheriff's office said a man called 911 and made up a story about being robbed so that he could get a ride home. The man claimed to have been walking along Route 225 when someone put a gun to his head and took his money. However, after the officers found inconsistencies in his story, the man admitted having made it all up just to get a ride home.
    5. 52-year-old Thomas Hovis, a convicted felon wanted on drug charges, was found late last month hiding in a barn. More specifically, police discovered the man crouched in a vat of liquefied fecal matter, his head underneath but the top of his head visible.
    6. In Dallas, TX, 18-year-old Daniel Wayne Stanley was arrested for robbing a corpse of its foot. Police report that the man approached them with the foot and a hatchet and then proceeded to make anti-Semitic remarks.
    7. In Northampton, MA, 50-year-old Lord Jesus Christ was hit by a car. His legal name is actually Lord Jesus Christ.
    8. Malaysian police recovered the stolen car of a high-ranking officer, with a note on the dashboard that read, “Sorry police, wrong target.”
    9. Artist Peter Root recently stacked 100,000 staples on their sides to model skyscrapers and buildings. He used no adhesive—just staples.


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    Post  nancyxiao on Mon May 17, 2010 2:33 am

    1. Kirsan Ilyumzhinov, the governor of Russia's Buddhist republic, Kalmykia, claims to have been abducted from his home in Moscow by aliens back in 1997. According to Ilyumzhinov, he heard calls from his balcony and was subsequently led by a group of aliens in yellow spacesuits on a tour of their spaceship. "I would probably have not believed this if there had not been three witnesses,” Ilyumzhinov said. “Those were my driver, a minister and my assistant." He added that the aliens communicated with him telepathically and that they were tasked to find “samples.” Officials plan on interrogating Ilyumzhinov for any state secrets he may have divulged to the aliens.
    2. In Columbus, OH, 40-year-old Lois Harvey attempted to rob a bank with a note and then proceeded to eat the note when it [the robbery] failed. According to FBI Special Agent Harry Trombitas, when the suspect had spotted him in his uniform, she grabbed the note, ran out the bank, and stuffed the note in her mouth when stopped.
    3. The fast food chain known as White Castle recently introduced a candle that smells like its slider burgers, and it will be sold online. The proceeds from sales will go to the New York-based charity Austim Speaks.
    4. In La Plata, MD, the Charles County sheriff's office said a man called 911 and made up a story about being robbed so that he could get a ride home. The man claimed to have been walking along Route 225 when someone put a gun to his head and took his money. However, after the officers found inconsistencies in his story, the man admitted having made it all up just to get a ride home.
    5. 52-year-old Thomas Hovis, a convicted felon wanted on [for] drug charges, was found late last month hiding in a barn. More specifically, police discovered the man crouched in a vat of liquefied fecal matter, his head underneath but the top of his head visible.
    6. In Dallas, TX, 18-year-old Daniel Wayne Stanley was arrested for robbing a corpse of its foot. Police report that the man approached them with the foot and a hatchet and then proceeded to make anti-Semitic remarks.
    7. In Northampton, MA, 50-year-old Lord Jesus Christ was hit by a car. His legal name is actually Lord Jesus Christ.
    8. Malaysian police recovered the stolen car of a high-ranking officer, with a note on the dashboard that read, “Sorry police, wrong target.”
    9. Artist Peter Root recently stacked 100,000 staples on their sides to model skyscrapers and buildings. He used no adhesive—just staples.

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    Post  andrewlin on Mon May 17, 2010 9:59 pm

    1. Kirsan Ilyumzhinov, the governor of Russia's Buddhist republic, Kalmykia, claims to have been abducted from his home in Moscow by aliens back in 1997. According to Ilyumzhinov, he heard calls from his balcony and was subsequently led by a group of aliens in yellow spacesuits on a tour of their spaceship. "I would probably have not believed this if there had not been three witnesses,” Ilyumzhinov said. “Those were my driver, a minister and my assistant." He added that the aliens communicated with him telepathically and that they were tasked to find “samples.” Officials plan on interrogating Ilyumzhinov for any state secrets he may have divulged to the aliens.
    2. In Columbus, OH, 40-year-old Lois Harvey attempted to rob a bank with a note and then proceeded to eat the note when the robbery failed. According to FBI Special Agent Harry Trombitas, when the suspect had spotted him in his uniform, she grabbed the note, ran out the bank, and stuffed the note in her mouth when stopped.
    3. The fast food chain known as White Castle recently introduced a candle that smells like its slider burgers, and it will be sold online. The proceeds from sales will go to the New York-based charity Austim Speaks.
    4. In La Plata, MD, the Charles County sheriff's office said a man called 911 and made up a story about being robbed so that he could get a ride home. The man claimed to have been walking along Route 225 when someone put a gun to his head and took his money. However, after the officers found inconsistencies in his story, the man admitted having made it all up just to get a ride home.
    5. 52-year-old Thomas Hovis, a convicted felon wanted for drug charges, was found late last month hiding in a barn. More specifically, police discovered the man crouched in a vat of liquefied fecal matter, his head underneath but the top of his head visible.
    6. In Dallas, TX, 18-year-old Daniel Wayne Stanley was arrested for robbing a corpse of its foot. Police report that the man approached them with the foot and a hatchet and then proceeded to make anti-Semitic remarks.
    7. In Northampton, MA, 50-year-old Lord Jesus Christ was hit by a car. His legal name is actually Lord Jesus Christ.
    8. Malaysian police recovered the stolen car of a high-ranking officer, with a note on the dashboard that read, “Sorry police, wrong target.”
    9. Artist Peter Root recently stacked 100,000 staples on their sides to model skyscrapers and buildings. He used no adhesive—just staples.

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    Post  joyceliao on Wed May 19, 2010 10:48 am

    1. Kirsan Ilyumzhinov, the governor of Russia's Buddhist republic, Kalmykia, claims to have been abducted from his home in Moscow by aliens back in 1997. According to Ilyumzhinov, he heard calls from his balcony and was subsequently led by a group of aliens in yellow spacesuits on a tour of their spaceship. "I would probably have not believed this if there had not been three witnesses,” Ilyumzhinov said. “Those were my driver, a minister and my assistant." He added that the aliens communicated with him telepathically and that they were tasked to find “samples.” Officials plan on interrogating Ilyumzhinov for any state secrets he may have divulged to the aliens.
    2. In Columbus, OH, 40-year-old Lois Harvey attempted to rob a bank with a note and then proceeded to eat the note when the robbery failed. According to FBI Special Agent Harry Trombitas, when the suspect had spotted him in his uniform, she grabbed the note, ran out the bank, and stuffed the note in her mouth when stopped.
    3. The fast food chain known as White Castle recently introduced a candle that smells like its slider burgers, and it will be sold online. The proceeds from sales will go to the New York-based charity Austim Speaks.
    4. In La Plata, MD, the Charles County sheriff's office said a man called 911 and made up a story about being robbed so that he could get a ride home. The man claimed to have been walking along Route 225 when someone put a gun to his head and took his money. However, after the officers found inconsistencies in his story, the man admitted having made it all up just to get a ride home.
    5. 52-year-old Thomas Hovis, a convicted felon wanted for drug charges, was found late last month hiding in a barn. More specifically, police discovered the man crouched in a vat of liquefied fecal matter, his head underneath but the top of his head visible.
    6. In Dallas, TX, 18-year-old Daniel Wayne Stanley was arrested for robbing a corpse of its foot. Police report that the man approached them with the foot and a hatchet and then proceeded to make anti-Semitic remarks.
    7. In Northampton, MA, 50-year-old Lord Jesus Christ was hit by a car. His legal name is actually Lord Jesus Christ.
    8. Malaysian police recovered the stolen car of a high-ranking officer, with a note on the dashboard that read, “Sorry police, wrong target.”
    9. Artist Peter Root recently stacked 100,000 staples on their sides to model skyscrapers and buildings. He used no adhesive—just staples.
    10. 23-year-old Adam Wheeler pleaded not guilty on Tuesday, May 18, to charges of lying on his academic record to get into Harvard. A Harvard professor found inconsistencies in his record and evidence that he had plagiarized from another professor. Amazingly, Wheeler had managed to attend Harvard for several years before being discovered.

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