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    October 17, 2006 -- Chinese officials are trying to stamp out "Chinglish" - mistranslated English phrases on street signs and menus - in preparation for the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. They plan to issue new translation guides to hotel and tourist-attraction operators by year's end. Among the embarrassing gaffes they hope to correct are signs that say, "The slippery are very crafty" (for slippery when wet) and "Racist Park" (for Ethnic Minorities Park), and restaurant menus that offer "corrugated iron beef" and "government abuse chicken."
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    October 18, 2006 -- If this fellow had been a light sleeper, he could have taken a bite out of crime. Bryan Osteen of Mims, Fla., told police someone slipped into his bedroom, reached into his mouth and swiped his $80 gold teeth while he was fast asleep. Osteen said several friends were at his home at the time and one of them very likely was the culprit who copped his choppers.
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    U.S. casino magnate gives Picasso's dream the elbow
    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Picasso's famed "Dream" painting
    turned into a nightmare for Las Vegas casino magnate Steve Wynn
    when he accidentally gave the multimillion dollar canvas an
    elbow.
    Wynn had just finalized a $139 million sale to another
    collector of his painting, called "Le Reve" (The Dream), when
    he poked a finger-sized hole in the artwork while showing it to
    friends at his Las Vegas office a couple of weeks ago.
    Director and screenwriter Nora Ephron, who witnessed and
    related the incident in her blog on the Huffington Post Web
    site (www.huffingtonpost.com), said Wynn had raised his hand to
    show the group something about Picasso's 1932 portrait of his
    mistress Marie-Therese Walter.
    "At that moment, his elbow crashed backward right through
    the canvas. There was a terrible noise," Ephron wrote, noting
    that Wynn has retinitis pigmentosa, an eye disease that damages
    peripheral vision.
    "Smack in the middle ... was a black hole the size of a
    silver dollar. 'Oh ****,' he said. 'Look what I've done. Thank
    goodness it was me.'"
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    Smoking cowboy most influential imaginary icon
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - They influence everything from how we
    look and act to eat and speak and have even helped sway the
    course of history -- but they are not real.
    And topping a list of "The 101 most influential people who
    never lived" in a book released Tuesday is the Marlboro Man --
    a macho American cowboy who emerged in the 1950s and helped
    boost sales of Marlboro cigarettes.
    "The figments of our imaginations, the creatures we push
    out of our minds into the real world are fully capable of
    pushing back with surprising consequences," Jeremy Salter, one
    of the U.S. book's three authors, told Reuters.
    Coming in at number two on the list is Big Brother of
    George Orwell's 1984, followed by King Arthur, who the authors
    say embodies for many the ideal monarch, and Santa Claus comes
    in at number four.
    "Santa Claus governs our entire economy for the last
    quarter of the year and without him businesses would go broke,"
    said co-author Allan Lazar.
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    Diamonds are icing on $20 million wedding cake
    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - A confection billed as the most
    expensive wedding cake in the world makes its debut on Monday
    night in Beverly Hills, but is likely to cause indigestion.
    The extravagant $20 million diamond-studded wedding cake,
    created by Mimi So Jewelers and cake designer Nahid La
    Patisserie Artistique, is the star attraction of the Luxury
    Brands Bridal Show and will be unveiled on exclusive Rodeo
    Drive.
    "Where else would you debut a $20 million wedding cake but
    on Rodeo Drive?" said show organizer Ilona Sherman.
    The cake is protected by a team of uniformed security
    guards at all times, she said. And there's no way it will ever
    be eaten.
    "I think diamonds are too hard on the stomach," Sherman
    said.
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    So NJ

    Where does the Grassy Knoll feature?
    Psychiatrists state 1 in 4 people has a mental illness.
    Look at three of your friends, if they are ok, your it.

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    Post Monk Monk we're the Hey Hees?

    Poor monk has nothing but his eight ATM cards..
    BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese police, disguised as tourists
    visiting a mountain temple, have arrested a suspected embezzler
    dressed up as a monk, state media said.
    Chen Boshi, a manager in the eastern province of Jiangxi,
    was suspected of embezzling $126,500 from his power company and
    fled to the temple in the neighboring province of Hubei last
    October, Xinhua news agency said Monday.
    After a tip-off, police searched several temples in the
    Henggang Mountain area and "noticed a monk in his 40s wearing a
    cassock and glasses, walking away on a mountain path with a
    string of beads in his hand," Xinhua said.
    An officer approached him and pretended to be lost, asking
    the way. Chen's response was to try to run away into the
    surrounding forest, it said.
    He had eight ATM cards on him when he was eventually
    caught, Xinhua said.
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    Post Oh yeah...I'm gonna travel to Croatia for dental work?

    Croatia tempts tourists with cheap dental care
    ROVINJ, Croatia (Reuters) - Croatia, already a popular
    holiday destination for sunseekers, is now tempting tourists
    with the offer of dental services at less than half the prices
    paid in western Europe.
    Zeljko Popadic and his sister Jelena Nedeljkovic started a
    modest dental practice in the northern Adriatic town of Rovinj
    in 1997. They had only three employees and a few local
    patients.
    Less than a decade later, their reputation has reached
    foreign markets as Europeans take advantage of low prices in
    former communist countries.
    "Some 10 percent of our patients are foreigners and we're
    confident the number will grow. Most of them are Italians, but
    there is also a rising number of queries from the United
    Kingdom," Nedeljkovic, who is in charge of the administrative
    side of the business, told Reuters.
    She said their services were twice as cheap as in Italy and
    three or four times cheaper than in England, while quality was
    the same.
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    Wink That shirt bugs me...

    Shirts repel mosquitos, if you have the scratch..
    ASUNCION, Paraguay (Reuters) - Young entrepreneurs in
    Paraguay say they have a new weapon against pesky, and
    potentially dangerous, mosquitos -- cotton shirts soaked in
    lemon-scented citronella oil.
    The woven, collared shirts typical of this landlocked South
    American nation were launched this week by the surfer-inspired
    Pombero brand. Citronella oil comes from a perfumed grass and
    acts as an insect repellent.
    "This is a product aimed at people who enjoy being in the
    fresh air and in contact with nature, but who want to maintain
    a sophisticated style," said company owner Rodrigo Jacks. He
    added the shirts can be washed up to 40 times before losing
    their power to repel mosquitos and other critters, like fleas.
    Insect repellent apparel sold in the United States is
    coated in permethrin, a manmade derivative of the chrysanthemum
    plant.
    But in Paraguay, the shirts are a novelty. Government
    scientists are interested in finding out whether they could
    provide extra protection from ailments like malaria or dengue,
    an infectious disease transmitted by mosquitos.
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    Artillery round melted for scrap kills two
    KAMPALA (Reuters) - Two people were killed and seven
    seriously wounded in Uganda when an artillery round blew up as
    a man tried to melt it down for scrap metal, police said on
    Saturday.
    Police cordoned off the area where the shell was found,
    searching for other munitions after the incident, which
    happened on Thursday in Amuria, a remote part of the once
    war-ravaged eastern Teso region.
    "We understand this man picked up a shell and tried to melt
    it for scrap. He put it in the fire and it exploded," Francis
    Agwoka, acting police chief for the region, told Reuters by
    telephone.
    "Two people were killed and seven others rushed to hospital
    critically injured. We are sealing off the area to look for
    more bombs."
    The Teso region was attacked by the Lord's Resistance Army
    (LRA) rebels in 2003, spreading a war that had hitherto
    affected only northern Uganda. Hundreds of thousands of
    civilians fled to refugee camps.
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    Rush to marry ends in tragedy
    KARACHI (Reuters) - A Pakistani man has committed suicide
    outside his fiancee's home after he thought he accidentally
    killed her while trying to persuade her to get married early,
    police said Saturday.
    The man, Ahmed Ashraf, was shooting a gun in the air
    outside his fiancee's home in the southern city of Karachi on
    Friday as part of his efforts to persuade her to get married
    two months early when a stray bullet accidently hit her, police
    said.
    "He was so eager to get married he stood in front of his
    fiancee's house and started firing shots in the air to catch
    her attention," said investigating officer Ghulam Hussain.
    The young woman was coming downstairs when a bullet
    ricocheted off a wall and hit her. She fell down screaming "I
    have been shot," Hussain said.
    "He thought he had killed her and within seconds shot
    himself. The girl is fine," Hussain said.
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    The young woman was coming downstairs when a bullet
    ricocheted off a wall and hit her. She fell down screaming "I
    have been shot," Hussain said.
    "He thought he had killed her and within seconds shot
    himself. The girl is fine," Hussain said.
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    October 19, 2006 --LIGHTHOUSE POINT, Fla. (AP) -- An 81-year-old man was in critical condition Thursday after a stingray flopped onto his boat and stung him, leaving a foot-long barb in his chest similar to the accident that killed "Crocodile Hunter" Steve Irwin. "It was a freak accident," said Lighthouse Point acting fire Chief David Donzella. "It's very odd that the thing jumped out of the water and stung him. We still can't believe it." Fatal stingray attacks like the one that killed Irwin last month at the Great Barrier Reef are rare, marine experts say. Rays reflexively deploy a sharp spine in their tails when frightened, but the venom coating the barb usually causes just a painful sting for humans. James Bertakis of Lighthouse Point was on the water with his granddaughter and a friend Wednesday when a stingray flopped onto the boat and stung Bertakis. The women steered the boat to shore and called 911. Doctors were able to remove the barb during surgeries Wednesday and Thursday by eventually pulling it through his heart and closing the wound, said Dr. Eugene Costantini at Broward General Medical Center.He said Bertakis' case was different from Irwin's because the barb stayed in Bertakis' heart and was not pulled out. Videotape of Irwin's last moments shows him pulling the barb from his chest. Bertakis was apparently trying to remove the three-foot-wide spotted eagle ray from the boat when he was stung, police Cmdr. Mike Oh said. Ellen Pikitch, a professor of marine biology and fisheries at the University of Miami, who has been studying stingrays for decades, said they are generally docile. "Something like this is really, really extraordinarily rare," she said. "Even when they are under duress, they don't usually attack."
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    Published: Friday, October 20, 2006

    BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- Given the U.S. military's troubled history in Vietnam, generals and foot soldiers in Iraq may have shuddered when they heard U.S. President George W. Bush acknowledge a comparison between today's Iraq and the Viet Cong's 1968 Tet Offensive.

    In an interview with ABC News's George Stephanopoulos, the president said a column in The New York Times by Thomas Friedman might be correct in drawing that analogy.

    "He could be right," the president said.

    "There's certainly a stepped-up level of violence and we're heading into an election."

    Tet, which began in early 1968 and is seen by many as a turning point in the Vietnam war, did serious damage to the late U.S. president Lyndon Johnson's public support. Two months after the offensive began, he announced he would not seek a second term in the White House.

    The military and the Bush administration, even before the president's comments Wednesday on ABC, had blamed the recent increase in attacks on U.S. soldiers in Baghdad and elsewhere on the insurgents' savvy -- a gamble that they could affect the vote in coming U.S. elections.

    "In regards to this spike in violence ... it's no coincidence that the surge in attacks against coalition forces and the subsequent increase in U.S. casualties coincides with our increased presence on the streets of Baghdad and the run-up to the American mid-term elections," military spokesman Maj.-Gen. William Caldwell said yesterday.

    "The enemy knows that killing innocent people and Americans will garner headlines and create a sense of frustration," he said.

    As Caldwell spoke, the White House sought to clarify Bush's remarks and put them back into the context of ties between increased U.S. deaths and the coming vote.

    "The president was making a point that he's made before, which is that terrorists try to exploit pictures and try to use the media as conduits for influencing public opinion in the United States," spokesman Tony Snow said.

    Attacks in Baghdad rose by 22 per cent in the first three weeks of Islam's holy month Ramadan, Caldwell said, when compared with the previous three weeks. The month of fasting and prayers began in late September and is in its final days.

    So far this month, 73 U.S. troops have been killed, putting October on course to be the deadliest for the United States in Iraq since November 2004, in the midst of a drive to oust insurgents from their stronghold Fallujah in Anbar province.

    Caldwell dodged when questioned about Bush's comparison of Iraq with the Tet Offensive. "I think we're getting far beyond my realm to start making analogies back to Vietnam War but I would tell you that we're obviously very concerned about what we're seeing in the city."

    As happened in Vietnam, the United States and its host government are growing increasingly at odds over specifics in how the war is being conducted.

    Among other things, Washington and Baghdad might differ over an amnesty plan for insurgents -- a bid to draw fighters into the political process.

    There are reports the White House is putting pressure on Iraqi authorities to give amnesty to Sunni Muslim insurgents, although that would be a surprising change for the Bush administration, which has resisted amnesty because it could potentially include those who have killed U.S. troops.

    Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki took office under a 24-point national unity program which included an amnesty, but the plan soon collapsed after disputes with the United States over which insurgents could be included.

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    Either put Hollywood in charge of the whole thing and let them decide the outcome or get Sylvester Stallone (Rambo), Chuck Norris (Braddock), Arnold S. (Commando) and Clint Eastwood (Hamburger Hill) to be be in charge.

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    October 21, 2006 -- This California woman took the term "open house" literally. Cops in San Jose say she'd pose as a potential buyer at real-estate open houses in upscale areas, scope out the valuables with her boyfriend and then unlock a door or prop open a window so they could return to steal later. She was busted after allegedly ripping off at least 15 houses.
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    October 22, 2006 -- A Detroit man with a history of smashing store windows to grab female mannequins was caught indulging his fetish again. Ronald Dotson, 39, was arrested and jailed after breaking a window at a cleaning-supply company to get at a mannequin clad in a French maid's uniform, police said. Dotson had been out of prison for less than a week when he was caught. His erotic pursuit of mannequins over the past 13 years has led to at least six convictions, police said.
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    Quote Originally Posted by E40FDNYL35
    October 22, 2006 -- A Detroit man with a history of smashing store windows to grab female mannequins was caught indulging his fetish again. Ronald Dotson, 39, was arrested and jailed after breaking a window at a cleaning-supply company to get at a mannequin clad in a French maid's uniform, police said. Dotson had been out of prison for less than a week when he was caught. His erotic pursuit of mannequins over the past 13 years has led to at least six convictions, police said.
    Yeah I saw that the other day. Kinda funny.
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    So NJ

    Where does the Grassy Knoll feature?
    Pardon me? What's the question?
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