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    Web sites offer students another way to cheat
    BOSTON (Reuters) - Even the most efficient student would
    have agonized over the assignment -- a 30-page term paper on
    the social value of literary criticism.
    But Richard finished it in one evening, cutting and pasting
    paragraphs off the Internet for an online company that sells
    papers to desperate U.S. college students.
    The student who ordered the 30-page paper complained that
    the work wasn't original. "I almost got fired for plagiarism,
    which I thought was pretty funny," Richard said. "Any student
    who goes onto any of these Web sites is buying a plagiarized
    paper."
    Richard, who asked that his last name be withheld, produced
    term papers for an online company while in graduate school, but
    has since quit that line of work and is now a teacher.
    The Internet has given students access to reams of
    information, made it cheaper to keep in touch with faraway
    friends and family and even allowed students to attend
    universities remotely. But it has also given a new lease on
    life to an old plague of academia -- the term-paper mill.
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    October 10, 2006 -- DENVER - A bear shown staggering on a national television news segment and described as drunk was actually sick and has been euthanized. A necropsy on the bear found no trace of alcohol, The Denver Post reported. "People want to associate wild animals with human behavior," said Colorado Division of Wildlife veterinarian Laurie Baeten, who was with the young bear when it was euthanized. As a result, they said the bear was drunk, she said. "They wanted to see a circus bear. It's kind of sad." In the footage, the bear was shown stumbling and trying to get up in downtown Lyons, north of Boulder. Viewers were told the bear was sloshed from eating fermented apples. Tests will be conducted to try to determine how the animal became ill.
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    Four die in armed brawl over a pothole
    MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Four Mexicans were killed when a
    dispute between two Tzotzil Indian families over a pothole in
    the street escalated into a full-blown shootout.
    One of the families closed off the cracked concrete and mud
    road in the town of Banelos in the poor southern state of
    Chiapas to fill in a hole left by heavy rain.
    That angered a family with a transport business who needed
    to get their truck through, the Mexican daily Reforma said on
    Tuesday.
    Insults led to blows and finally the two families shot at
    each other using various caliber guns and a hefty AR-15 rifle,
    Reforma said. Shootings are not uncommon in Mexico's
    little-policed indigenous regions, where many take the law into
    their own hands.
    A photo showed somber-looking locals standing in two groups
    on either side of the pothole -- now filled in with rubble and
    fit to be driven over again.
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    Leopard on loose at embassy compound
    ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - A leopard is loose in the British
    Embassy compound in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa, the
    embassy said Tuesday.
    "There have been lots of wildlife in the compound,
    including mongoose, jackals and civet cats. The leopard which
    we are talking about has caused no injuries," spokeswoman Holly
    Tett said.
    "The embassy is looking at different ways on how to deal
    with the leopard," she said, including trapping it.
    There were no details about how the predator entered the
    large compound.
    Habitat decline, hunting, road kills and conflict with
    humans are among the key threats to Africa's carnivores.
    Animals and humans are increasingly coming into contact as
    rising populations put pressure on many predator habitats.
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    Gravely ill woman kills son, is freed, kills husband
    SOFIA (Reuters) - A Bulgarian woman who killed her son was
    released from prison because of terminal cancer. She then went
    home and killed her husband, police said Tuesday.
    The 57-year-old was sentenced to 15 years in jail for
    killing her 29-year-old son with a garden hoe in April 2005
    while he was sleeping.
    Last month, authorities judged her to be in the final
    stages of cancer and let her go home, where she stabbed her
    husband in the throat with a knife.
    "It was established she was in the last stage of cancer,
    she had it all over her body," said a spokeswoman for the
    Bourgas regional police.
    "They presumed she was feeling bad and she would treat
    herself and rest. But nothing of the kind. She got aggressive
    and ... she killed her husband."
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    A new threat: remote-controlled toys
    COLOMBO (Reuters) - Sri Lanka has banned imports of
    remote-controlled toy cars, boats and planes because of fears
    Tamil Tiger rebels could use them as bombs, a senior military
    official said Tuesday.
    "You get remote-controlled planes and cars which can be
    operated on the road. If it gets into the wrong hands, they can
    bring a small toy, send it underneath a vehicle and blast it,"
    the official said on condition of anonymity.
    "Two to three kilograms (4.4 to 6.6 lb) of explosives can
    go in one of those cars without any problem," he added. "This
    can pose a threat. The LTTE are desperate today... There is no
    telling what they could do. They could make use of some of this
    equipment."
    However, while imports have been banned, existing stocks of
    remote-controlled toy cars are still readily available on
    supermarket shelves in central Colombo.
    The ban comes during a new chapter of Sri Lanka's
    two-decade civil war and after a spree of roadside bomb attacks
    and clashes that have killed hundreds of troops, civilians and
    rebel fighters since late July.
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    Policeman suspended for cheering goal
    BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - An Argentine policeman has been
    suspended for 10 days without pay for cheering a goal while on
    duty at a soccer match and sparking violent protests by fans.
    The policeman cheered the third goal scored by Estudiantes
    de La Plata, the city where he is based, in their 3-0 win at
    Lanus Saturday and was pelted with objects thrown by home team
    supporters until he was removed, Argentine media reported.
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    Couple jailed for sex in mosque
    NAIVASHA, Kenya (Reuters) - A couple caught having sex in a
    Kenyan mosque during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan have been
    sentenced to 18 months jail for what the judge called an
    "abominable" affront to religion.
    Peter Kimani and Jennifer Wairimu pleaded guilty to the
    charge of having sex in a place of worship after being caught
    on October 3 at the Abubakar mosque in Gilgil, about 60 miles
    north of Nairobi. Neither is a Muslim.
    A worshipper heading for evening prayers found the couple
    having sex after investigating what the prosecution described
    as strange noises emanating from a dark corner of the mosque.
    Kimani and Wairimu both pleaded for clemency at Monday's
    hearing, saying they were too drunk to know where they were.
    Kimani told the court he thought he was in a lodging house.
    John King'ori, senior magistrate in nearby Naivasha,
    dismissed their plea.
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    TV show exposes lawmakers' drug use
    ROME (Reuters) - A popular Italian satirical TV show has
    exposed what appears to be widespread drug use among the
    country's parliamentarians by secretly testing them for a
    number of illegal substances.
    Of 50 lower house deputies who fell for the trick organized
    by the program Le Iene (the Hyenas), almost one third appeared
    to have taken drugs in the previous 36 hours, 12 of them
    testing positive for cannabis and four for cocaine, it said.
    A reporter for the program, pretending to be an interviewer
    for a non-existent satellite TV show, approached the deputies
    for their views on the 2007 draft budget, while a bogus make-up
    artist dabbed their brow between filming.
    The body cells collected by the dabbing were then tested
    for drugs.
    Le Iene, well known for spoofs and pranks that embarrass
    public figures, is shown on Italia 1, a channel owned by the
    family of former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi.
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    Prosecutor Charged With Walking Around Naked

    POSTED: 2:20 pm EDT October 11, 2006
    UPDATED: 2:33 pm EDT October 11, 2006

    HAMILTON, Ohio -- Rather than a business suit, an Ohio prosecutor was allegedly walking around a government building in his birthday suit. So now he's the one being prosecuted.

    Scott Blauvelt, 35, was arrested Monday.

    He was released from jail and awaits a hearing in Hamilton Municipal Court, where he usually works.

    A guard keeping an eye on a security camera told authorities he saw it all. And according to the sheriff's office, that wasn't the first time. Officials said that the night before, Blauvelt was also caught by the camera leaving nothing to the imagination.

    Sheriff's Maj. Anthony Dwyer in Hamilton, near Cincinnati, said investigators don't know what would have led Blauvelt to do that. No one else was around at the time.

    Blauvelt's lawyer, Michael Gmoser, said the prosecutor suffers from bipolar disease, takes medication for seizures after being seriously hurt in a car accident last year, and has been under added stress since his wife recently miscarried.

    He called Blauvelt "an American with a disability."

    Authorities called it indecency. Conviction can bring a month in jail and a $250 fine.

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    Conviction can bring a month in jail and a $250 fine.

    If they were smart, conviction would carry the jail time, a $250.00 fine and a mandatory trip to the mall for some supervised clothes shopping
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    Red face Mouse Orgy

    Disney says 'non' to Mouse orgy at Paris park
    LOS ANGELES, Oct 12 (Reuters) - The Walt Disney Co. on
    Thursday said it took "appropriate action" against employees at
    its Paris theme park who were caught simulating sex while
    dressed as Disney characters in a digital video that has
    received wide attention on the Internet.
    Disney would not say whether it had dismissed any of the
    costumed employees featured in the grainy video, which appears
    to have been shot with a hidden camera at a backstage dressing
    room at Disneyland Resort Paris.
    "The behavior shown on the video is unacceptable and
    inexcusable," Disney said in a statement.
    "The video was taken in the backstage area not accessible
    to guests. Appropriate action has been taken to deal with the
    cast members involved."
    The video shows Minnie Mouse struggling to free herself as
    she is grabbed from behind by Goofy and then a giant snowman.
    Later, Mickey Mouse simulates sex with the snowman and
    Goofy does the same with either Chip or Dale, the chipmunks, as
    laughter is heard on the tape.
    The tape is described on the Internet as the "Mouse Orgy."
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    OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canadian troops fighting Taliban militants in Afghanistan have stumbled across an unexpected and potent enemy -- almost impenetrable forests of 10-feet (three metre) high marijuana plants.

    General Rick Hillier, chief of the Canadian defence staff, said on Thursday that Taliban fighters were using the forests as cover. In response, the crew of at least one armored car had camouflaged their vehicle with marijuana.

    "The challenge is that marijuana plants absorb energy, heat very readily. It's very difficult to penetrate with thermal devices ... and as a result you really have to be careful that the Taliban don't dodge in and out of those marijuana forests," he said in a speech in Ottawa.

    "We tried burning them with white phosphorous -- it didn't work. We tried burning them with diesel -- it didn't work. The plants are so full of water right now ... that we simply couldn't burn them," he said.

    Even successful incineration had its drawbacks.

    "A couple of brown plants on the edges of some of those (forests) did catch on fire. But a section of soldiers that was downwind from that had some ill effects and decided that was probably not the right course of action," Hiller said dryly.

    One soldier told him later: "Sir, three years ago before I joined the army, I never thought I'd say 'That damn marijuana'."

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    Ain't nuth'n a mine flayer couldn't take care of Sir. (Just dont ask me to clean the flayer afterwards.)
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    Are You Spooked? It's Friday The 13th

    POSTED: 7:23 am EDT October 13, 2006

    Are you spooked by Friday the 13th?

    Then lock your doors and batten down the hatches, because this is your unlucky day.

    Psychology professor Barry Beyerstein of Simon Fraser University in British Columbia tells Canada's Broadcast News fear of Friday the 13th is a bit of a cultural joke. But he said millions of people take it and other superstitions so seriously that they actually change their plans and activities.

    Beyerstein said the phobia goes back as far as the Greek mathematician Pythagoras, who believed that numbers had magical properties.

    It's not really scary, but since today is Friday the 13th, the mascots of two Arkansas high-school football teams might find the night interesting.

    The Morrilton Golden Goblins will play the Harrison Devil Dogs. The two teams are tied for first in their conference.

    Copyright 2006 by The Associated Press.

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    October 15, 2006 -- A small white terrier is back with his family after a mysterious 1,400-mile trip when a microchip implanted in his neck helped identify his owners. The dog, Kobe, vanished from his Bellflower, Calif., home and was found by a stranger in Denton, Tex. AVID, the California company that made the chip, flew Kobe from Texas to California and on Thursday he was reunited with his owners, the Ontiveros family.
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    It looked like the "deal of the century," police said, a couple of guys down on their luck on Skid Row, selling valuable old silver coins for $20 apiece. It was a pretty good deal, too, but only for the sellers. The coins they were peddling turned out to be as worthless as $3 bills. "They're such blatant counterfeits that all you have to do is give them a once over with your eyeballs to know they're fakes," said Ron Guth, president of Professional Coin Grading Service in Irvine. In the case of the rare 1796 silver dollar - worth perhaps $3.5 million if it was real - there were 13 stars around Lady Liberty's head, representing the 13 original U.S. colonies. Only problem was, the real coin contains 15 stars. Then there was the 1832 George Washington quarter, a rare find indeed, seeing as how Washington didn't start appearing on the quarter until 1932. "I keep getting calls from experts saying things like, 'The Indian head was only on the penny from this year to this year.' All kinds of technical stuff that a person in the know would recognize as a fake," Detective Michael Montoya said. Investigators are still trying to find the source of the coins, which were confiscated from two street peddlers this week. Montoya said he has heard they are sold in novelty shops where they are packaged in the same kind of protective wrapping that coin collectors use, but marked as "replicas." Enterprising homeless people might be buying low, removing the replica stickers and selling high to increasing numbers of young professionals moving into expensive condos on the edge of Los Angeles' most destitute neighborhood, he said. "Somebody sees them and thinks, 'Wow, this guy's got a coin worth thousands of dollars and he's down on his luck so I'm going to get it for 20 bucks and sell it,'" Montoya said. "They think they're getting the deal of the century, and then they get it appraised and it's worth like a dollar." And that's only if it contains any real silver, said Guth, who says he is seeing more and more fake coins turning up."About once a week we get an inquiry from someone in the Philippines that bought one," he said, adding that the word in the industry is they are minted in Asia. Officers were surprised when they turned up for sale this week in a neighborhood where shoppers' tastes have traditionally leaned toward fake designer clothes, bootlegged DVDs and drugs. "It's apparently the hot-ticket item right now," Montoya said
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    I'm not a City Boy, so I always thought it was just "kids being kids" throwing shoes into powerlines etc.

    Professor: Shoes In The Sky Carry Cry For Help. Hanging Shoes Carry Different Meanings For Different People

    POSTED: 12:32 pm EDT October 13, 2006
    UPDATED: 12:44 pm EDT October 15, 2006

    WASHINGTON -- They’re eerily out of place, way out of reach, but they’re not out of sight. News4 found shoes hanging from light posts and power lines across the District. So do the shoes in the sky mark trouble from the past or warn of future danger?

    From W Street Northwest to Robinson Place Southeast, the shoes in the sky mean different things to different people.

    “It means that here you can buy your drugs,” said a senior citizen in Northeast.

    An apartment owner on M Street said young people put them up to mark their territory.

    “Usually they symbolize something that’s negative,” said Terri Adams Fuller, a sociology professor at Howard University. “Either they denote gang territory, the sale of drugs or maybe a homicide that’s been recently committed in a particular space.”

    To Capt. C.V. Morris of the Metropolitan Police Department the shoes are a way citizens remember those who have been killed.

    “Generally what it means to me is that it’s what they call ‘rest in peace.’ Pretty much, it’s a tribute to the dead,” said Morris.

    To Fuller, the shoes are the signs of a troubled neighborhood.

    “To me it’s very disturbing, it’s very disturbing." said Fuller. "It’s almost like an outcry that the neighborhood needs help, that something needs to be done. So whether it denotes the marking of a gang terrority or the sale of drugs, something’s wrong.”

    Copyright 2006 by nbc4.com.
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    Talking underwear

    So what does it mean if they start hanging their underwear fromn the power lines?

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    October 16, 2006 -- Think of the honeymoon.

    A teenage boy wed a hill - yes, a hill - in Eastern India so he could break a curse that a goddess put on his mom, according to Agence France-Presse. "I have accepted the hill as my wife," the boy named Robin told the Hindustan Times. "I have no remorse," he added. A local anthropology professor in India told AFP that there are many examples of tribal people, such as Robin, marrying objects that appear in nature, including trees and animals.

    We're sure that by the time he's older, Robin will be over the hill.
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