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    January 28, 2004 --An Alabama mom opened a bag of potatoes she bought at Wal-Mart and a baby copperhead snake sprung out when she turned her back. Toni Barnard of Semmes looked up moments later to see her 11-month-old son Trevor grab the reptile and put it in his mouth. She quickly yanked the snake away and a neighbor cut its head off. Wal-Mart has pulled the remaining bags of potatoes as a precaution.
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    Post Maybe Baird should consider this?

    Denmark calls for probe of stand-in prisoners
    COPENHAGEN, Jan 28 (Reuters) - Denmark's judicial
    establishment demanded on Wednesday an investigation into the
    practice of criminals paying stand-ins to serve their prison
    sentences.
    Danish prison authorities lack the tools to check prisoners'
    identities thoroughly, giving rise to the scam.
    "We know of six cases of stand-in inmates since 1996 but we
    can of course not guarantee there haven't been other cases that
    we don't know of," Annette Esdorf, deputy head of the Department
    of Prison and Probation, told Reuters on Wednesday.
    Prison officials cannot demand photo identification and are
    not equipped to take fingerprints, so a substitute only has to
    present the original written conviction and a doctor's
    certificate as proof of his identity, officials said.
    Danish Justice Minister Lene Espersen demanded an
    investigation and said the matter was "very serious."
    "It is of course completely unacceptable if you can cheat
    your way out of a prison sentence," she said in a statement.
    Esdorf said all Danish jails had been asked to inform her if
    they had problems identifying prisoners, while her office was
    considering investing in fingerprinting equipment.
    Hiring a prison stand-in and serving time for another person
    are punishable by fines or jail terms of up to one year.

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    Talking Snow fooling?

    Giant snowball stops Dutch train in its tracks
    AMSTERDAM, Jan 28 (Reuters) - A giant snowball stopped Dutch
    trains in their tracks on Wednesday on a key route, and young
    pranksters thrilled by a rare snowfall were the prime suspects.
    "The engine driver felt a smack and stopped the train. He
    walked back and reported a large snowball had rolled down the
    slope onto the rails," a spokesman for rail network operator
    ProRail said.
    "We suspect it was pushed down the slope by some youths."
    Traffic on the Apeldoorn-Amersfoort route that also leads to
    Berlin was temporarily suspended. Weather experts say the first
    heavy snowfall for years could cause major traffic disruption.

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    German judge shoots boy for throwing snowballs
    BERLIN (Reuters) - A German judge took the law into his own
    hands and peppered a teen-ager with lead shot when snowballs
    went astray and hit the wall of his house, a court in the
    northern town of Lueneburg said Wednesday.
    "Two 16-year-olds were having a snowball fight, and the
    judge's house got hit. Then the light went on, the door opened,
    and a shotgun fired off two rounds," said court spokesman
    Juergen Wigger. "The judge was alone at home."
    He said one of the boys' mothers saw her son had been shot
    in the arm and called the police who arrested the 55-year-old
    judge and confiscated the firearm. Investigations were
    continuing.
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    Uganda police break up honeymoon, arrest groom
    KAMPALA, Uganda (Reuters) - A Ugandan groom found himself
    in jail and facing a possible death sentence after police
    stormed his honeymoon to investigate if his bride was underage,
    police said Wednesday.
    Police raided Buttanswa village, 60 miles north of the
    capital Kampala, early Tuesday and arrested Alamanzan Nkugwa on
    suspicion that he had married a 14-year-old girl. The legal age
    for women to marry in Uganda is 18.
    "We have arrested the man and the girl has been brought to
    Kampala for medical examination to see whether they had sex and
    ascertain her age," police spokesman John Kimera said.
    He said Nkugwa, who married the girl in a public ceremony
    attended by local leaders Sunday, was expected to be charged
    with defilement. If convicted, he could face the death penalty.
    The state-owned New Vision said Nkugwa paid a dowry of
    10,000 shillings ($5) for the girl, who dropped out of primary
    school last year. The newspaper said the girl's parents decided
    to marry her off, saying she was a slow learner.
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    PHOENIX, Arizona - A 3-year-old girl survived on little
    more than crackers - apparently up to five days - while huddled
    near her dead mother inside a wrecked car amid freezing
    temperatures in eastern Arizona, authorities said.
    In what law enforcement officials called a miracle, Angel
    Emery was reported to be in good condition at Maricopa Medical
    Center in Phoenix after she was found by an alert motorist who
    spotted the car off the roadway near Globe, Arizona.
    She was being treated for dehydration and frostbite.
    "This is truly a miracle when you think of what she went
    through," Arizona Department of Public Safety spokesman Sgt.
    Frank Valenzuela said. "She truly is lucky to be alive."
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    police who arrested the 55-year-old Judge
    Eveeery one sing together now...

    Throwin'snow in the cold sun
    I fought the law and the law won (twice)
    I threw snow 'cause it was fun
    I fought the law and the law won (twice)

    I threw snow and it feels bad
    Guess my race is run
    best damn snowball I ever had
    I fought the law and the law won
    I fought the law and the

    Judges house well it looked fun
    I fought the law and the law won (twice)
    threw the ball and now its done
    I fought the law and the law won (twice)

    My left arm hurts so bad
    Guess my race is run
    Going home to tell my Dad
    I fought the law and the law won
    I fought the law and the

    I fought the law and the law won (7 times)
    I fought the law and the LOST
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    January 29, 2004 -- Cops staking out a brothel got the shock of their lives when their own police chief emerged. James Martin Leason, chief of the Runnemede, Pa., police, was busted after allegedly enjoying a romp with two hookers. "Even my grandma was talking about it. She thinks it's disgusting. I think it's disgusting, too," lifelong resident Dawn Coulter told the Philadelphia Inquirer.
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    "Go before you go."

    January 29, 2004 --That's the slogan under consideration for a new campaign in Minneapolis to combat public urination. Furious with boozers who go in public after stumbling out of bars, officials have launched a $10,000 campaign warning them to use tavern restrooms before calling it a night, or face an $80 fine
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    2004-01-30 - Wireless Flash Weird News
    Guys Who Throw Super Bowl Parties Make Better Valentines

    According to a survey by Porter Novelli public relations, men who are hosting Super Bowl parties are more likely than the guests to be single and employed.
    But, even better for gals who fear being a football widow: The research suggests that single guys who throw parties on Super Bowl Sunday are not the complete sports nuts you would think.
    In fact, 53 percent call themselves "romantics," 49 percent like going on picnics and 45 percent enjoy "shopping for fun."

    hmmm, I'm gonna go find out about some super bowl parties.

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    January 31, 2004 --Firefighter Jimmy Gibson of Shawnee, Okla., didn't have to peer into a crystal ball to find out what had caused a fire - he just had to it pick up. Gibson found the crystal ball in a hole that had been burned into a homeowner's fire-ravaged couch. While he was holding the glass ball, sunlight hit it and burned two holes in his pants legs.

    "It's not something you see every day," he said
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    Here's another one for job security...

    Tapped out for a garage fire, w/ attached dwelling. Here a man had moved a burner barrell out of the rain, and put it under a canopy roof on his garage. Fire spread to roof, burned garage, and the front porch and balcony off his house.

    As the british lady on weakest link would say; Who doesn't have the proper equipment to be brainwashed...

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    February 1, 2004 -- A Florida teen is being hailed as a hero - despite being teased by classmates for being a weakling.
    Justin Gregorich, 14, of Clearwater, helped save the life of an elderly man who had driven his car into a pond, just minutes after being razzed during a school weightlifting session. Gregorich, who couldn't lift as much as the other boys, was one of three people who dived in and pulled Raymond Kane from his sinking car.

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    This fire truck brought to you by ...
    STOCKERTOWN, Pa. They may not be able to change their tires in less than 20 seconds, but Stockertown's fire department is looking for something decidedly race car-like: sponsorship. The tiny borough of 650 residents bought a fire truck but hasn't been able to scrape enough money to pay for it. So the fire chief and the City Council president dreamed up the idea of selling advertising space on the fire truck. So far, no one has signed on.

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    February 3, 2004 --A 98-pound woman has beaten a 406-pound challenger by chowing down 167 chicken wings in 32 minutes. Sonya "Black Widow" Thomas whipped Ed "Cookie" Jarvis by just two wings to triumph in the Philadelphia Wing Bowl XII. Thomas, 36, is no stranger to food contests - her track record includes eating 23 pork sandwiches in 12 minutes, seven 12-ounce hamburgers in 10 minutes, 43 tacos in 11 minutes, and 65 hard-boiled eggs in six minutes and 40 seconds.
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    We were going to pay for a ladder truck by, instead of putting our name on the giant plate on the ladder, sell ad space to Pepsi... Who thought it would be a great idea, and gave us a free Pepsi machine.

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    February 4, 2004 -- A man has been sentenced to listen to an opera as punishment for playing rap music too loudly in his car.
    Florida Judge Jeffrey Swartz told Michael Carreras of St. Petersburg: "You impose your music on me and I'm going to impose my music on you." Carreras, who chose "La Traviata" to listen to in judge's chambers, said the experience wasn't too bad.
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    February 6, 2004 -- Meanwhile, down in Georgia, a 17-year-old coed is in trouble for working for extra credit after class at Hooters. Now the principal has asked Laura Williams to quit. The teen had quietly worked as a scantily clad waitress at the Springfield eatery for a month before being found out. Her dad, Larry, says it's a tempest in a teapot. "I went to Hooters for an hour, and six families came in for supper during that time," he said.
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    February 7, 2004 -- An Oregon scientist says he's bringing to life a version of the "tomacco" - Homer Simpson's infamous tomato-tobacco hybrid. Rob Baur, 53, a Simpsons fan from Lake Oswego, Ore., says he's developed a real-life version of the fictional plant first seen on the cartoon series in November 1999. In the original segment, Simpson's nicotine-rich "tomaccos" turn the residents of Springfield into addicts, and Homer stands to become a multimillionaire. Baur transplanted a tobacco plant alongside a tomato plant and gradually weaned the tomato plant from its roots, then coaxed it to latch onto the tobacco plant's roots.
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    Originally posted by E40FDNYL35
    Now the principal has asked Laura Williams to quit. The teen had quietly worked as a scantily clad waitress
    I missed something here....did the school set this up? I mean, if that's so....the pricipal oughta be disciplined.
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    February 8, 2004 --A Nevada woman got more than testy with her boyfriend she bit his testicles in a booze-fueled rage, police said. The Reno woman, who started a fight with her beau, has been nabbed on suspicion of domestic battery. The suspect also bit her boyfriend on the shin, inner thigh, ankle and palm.
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    February 9, 2004 --Uncle Sam is about to expose himself. The symbol of American patriotism will be depicted by a 12-foot Styrofoam sculpture at this year's Carnival parade in Rio, with his pants down and his genitals in plain sight. Politicians say the float represents "the frictions between the United States and Brazil."
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    February 10, 2004 -- Toilet paper became a "weapon" at a Nebraska prison - where an inmate escaped by using a wad of it to make a fake gun. Michael McGuire shaped a pistol out of wet toilet paper, used a pen for the barrel and dyed the whole thing black to flee two guards at the lockup in Tecumseh, authorities said. When cops pulled real guns, McGuire couldn't exactly fire his, and he was arrested at a nearby coffee shop.
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    Yellow Snow Leads to Burglary Arrest




    ELKO, Nev. (AP) -- He should have taken care of it before he left home.

    Elko police arrested Roger Gray, 25, on the basis of yellow snow he left after relieving himself on the rooftop of a restaurant that had been burglarized.

    Investigators said the evidence produced enough DNA to link Gray to the scene.

    He subsequently admitted a jewelry store burglary, police said. Investigators were comparing his DNA and other evidence to determine whether he also might be implicated in burglaries at a pizza place and Elko's J.C. Penney store.

    He was booked Friday night for investigation of burglary. Bail was set at $5,000.



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    Talking WELL IF THIS DONT BEAT ALL....

    Husband, Wife Both Win After Playing Lottery Separately

    POSTED: 8:04 a.m. EST February 9, 2004

    PARKERSBURG, W.Va. -- After years of marriage -- Richard and Lois Thomas are thinking alike.

    Unbeknownst to each other, the Thomases each both bought lottery tickets at the same Parkersburg convenience store. And they each won $25,000 in the state's Cash 25 drawing last week.

    The husband and wife both played the same set of numbers, based on family birthdays. The couple has three children and four grandchildren.

    And it's not the first time those numbers have been lucky. Richard Thomas won $25,000 on the same numbers 11 years ago.
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