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Tennessee Men Use Funeral Home Caskets for Overnight Stay Found Sleeping in Coffins

August 24, 2011 5:48pm by editor

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Tennessee has apparently been the hot spot on Tuesday: First 'smoking' canisters of bull semen--emitting a foul smell--hit the I-65 highway after a spill from a Greyhound bus before 6 a.m., causing emergency crews to ponder contents and toxicity Read more

Brazilian Man Sleeps in Casket 23 Years in Coffin Gifted by Deceased Friend

August 24, 2011 4:30pm by copythat

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There are traditions--like Friday-evening get-togethers--and then there are traditions, like sleeping in a casket every Friday night. A guy in Brazil has slept in a casket every Friday night for 23 years running. Zeli Rossi, of Brazil's southeastern state of Minas Gerais, swaps out a mattress for a coffin once a week. Read more

Bull Semen Canisters Take Spill Off Greyhound Bus at I 65 Crews Ponder Foul Smell

August 23, 2011 5:19pm by copythis

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A lot of things fall to prompt freeway or highway closures--but it's not usually bull semen. Oranges, lemons, fruits of many varieties have all caused major arteries to be shut down. But fruit spills -- unlike unidentified canisters in Tennessee -- don't cause a scare to emergency crews over vapors, foul smell and wonders of toxicity. Read more

Babysitter Claims No Handbook States Baby in Truck Bed Is Child Neglect

August 20, 2011 8:57pm by copythat

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Forget about nanny cams--some things can't be recorded: A baby sitter in Florida was spotted carting around a baby in a stroller--in a truck bed. Apparently there's no car seat required when you're carting around a baby who's already seated in a stroller. Volusia County drivers called 911 in what responding Daytona Beach officers deem child neglect. Read more

West Memphis 3 Supposed Satanic Ritual Cub Scouts Killers Freed in Lack of Evidence

August 20, 2011 2:53am by hearit

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It's been 18 years and three men are freed from prison after convictions in a gruesome crime that put them behind bars for one-fifth their lives. To see freedom, they've got to enter a guilty plea while maintaining innocence, in the strangest legal scenario possible. Read more

Guard Those Nuts Case Dropped for Intercourse Judge Passing Out Condoms

August 20, 2011 12:34am by editor

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The court verdict is in, for the judge busted for distributing condoms in Intercourse, Pennsylvania: Cops wanted Judge Stolzfus, distributor of acorns stuffed with condoms he handed to women outside of a court to legally pay for that 'crime'. Read more

When You Gotta Drive Home Use Your Feet as Brakes Man Plays Fred Flintstone Unsuccessfully

August 19, 2011 10:19pm by copythat

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When in doubt, don't use your head -- use your feet. A 24-year-old guy from Detroit is old enough to know better: The man plays Fred Flintstone--stupidly using his feet as brakes to drive his truck, unsuccessfully. It all didn't work out to well. He's alive and so is everyone else but he did hit four cars or vehicles before Michigan cops stopped him. Read more

World's Oldest Stove Burns to Ground as Lightning Sparks 1893 Chicago Fair Landmark

August 15, 2011 9:56pm by editor

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Fires don't usually destroy ovens--especially those over 100 years old that have weathered the test of time. The "Garland Stove" known as the world's largest stove, built for the World's Fair in Chicago, has been hit by lightning. The Michigan Fair landmark was part of the pre-automotive boom when five major stove-making companies helped Detroit be dubbed the "Stove Capital of the World". Read more

Carrot Boy Most Searched Name After Dancing Veggies Mark China Wedding Proposal

August 11, 2011 3:53am by copythis

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It's one of the most searched names in China right now: "Carrot Boy". Just a couple days ago--during the Chinese version of Valentine's Day--a young man in China gathered 48 of his closest friends to create an unforgettable marriage proposal. Romantic? Well, that depends on personal definition of romance. The thought was certainly there: Dancing carrots celebrated his love's love of orange. Read more

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Running Bull Hits City Streets Amazingly Roped by Cowboys on Speeding Police Car

August 11, 2011 12:23am by copythat

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It's the craziest lasso effort yet: An escaped bull is finally caught on Auburn city streets after running nearly full speed for four miles--the bull finally lassoed by two experts in their field. One cowboy rides shotgun in a cop's patrol car, using a lasso from an open window, while a second ropes the animal from on top of a speeding police cruiser that's pacing the bull.
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