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    March 14, 2005 -- Pay up — or else! That's the word from the Knox County Public Library System in Tennessee, which has hired a collection agency to track down book borrowers who don't pay their overdue fines. Library spokeswoman Mary Pom Claiborne insists, though, "We're not going to break your legs over this."
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    Beware the Ides of March!

















    It is said that Julius Caesar decided to attend the Senate on the 15th of March. On his way to the Senate, Caesar "accidentally" met up with the astrologer. Upon seeing the astrologer, Caesar confidently informed Spurinna: "The Ides of March are come." Spurinna answered, "Yes, they are come, but they are not past." Later that day - on March 15, 44 B.C.E - Caesar's enemies assassinated him in the Pompey theater, at the foot of Pompey's statue, where the Roman Senate was meeting that day in the temple of Venus.
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    Paying by Fingerprint at the Supermarket
    BERLIN (Reuters) - Customers of a German supermarket chain
    will soon be able to pay for their shopping by placing their
    finger on a scanner at the check-out, saving the time spent
    scrabbling for coins or cards.
    An Edeka store in the southwest German town of Ruelzheim
    has piloted the technology since November and now the company
    plans to equip its stores across the region.
    "All customers need do is register once with their identity
    card and bank details, then they can shop straight away," said
    store manager Roland Fitterer.
    The scanner compares the shopper's fingerprint with those
    stored in its database along with account details.
    Edeka bosses said they were confident the system could not
    be abused.
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    Putting a Lid on Rampant Manhole Theft
    BEIJING (Reuters) - China's capital is testing a new kind
    of manhole cover to put a lid on rampant theft, Xinhua news
    agency said on Sunday.
    Missing manhole covers are a hazardous fact of life on the
    sidewalks and roads of Beijing where they are stolen to be sold
    as scrap for a couple of dollars each.
    "The new manhole covers will be made of non-metal materials
    with no recycling value," Wang Xin, spokesman for the city's
    utilities management department, was quoted as saying.
    Beijing has more than 600,000 manhole covers across the
    city owned by 18 companies. "Approximately 240,000 manhole and
    street- drain covers were stolen in Beijing in 2004," Xinhua
    said.
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    Chewing gum thieves hit jackpot in Germany
    BERLIN, March 15 (Reuters) - Thieves with a fondness for
    chewing gum broke into an isolated storage hall in the western
    German town of Steinfurt and made off with 200 fully loaded gum
    machines, police said on Tuesday.
    The machines and their contents were worth more than 10,000
    euros ($13,400), police said.
    "We don't have a clue," said one police spokesman. "We can
    only assume they used a large truck to get away with so many
    machines."
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    Malawi leader's ghost fears draw scoffs, sympathy
    By Mabvuto Banda
    BLANTYRE March 14 (Reuters) - Malawians prayed for their
    president on Monday after officials said he had left his
    300-room mansion in the capital because of fears it was haunted.
    Newspapers, however, slammed the spooky talk from the
    presidency and asked President Bingu wa Mutharika to get on with
    fighting poverty in the southern African state.
    Officials in Mutharika's office said on Sunday the
    73-year-old president, a former economist with the World Bank,
    had decamped from the $100 million presidential State House in
    central Lilongwe because he feared it was haunted.
    On Monday, an official in Mutharika's office charged with
    overseeing religious affairs said exorcisms were being said on
    the mansion's grounds while prayer sessions were taking place in
    churches in Llilongwe and Blantyre, the commercial capital.
    "We continue with prayers that not any harm, not any power,
    not any strategy designed from the pits of hell will be able to
    prosper against the president," the Rev. Malani Mtonga said.
    Malawi's newspapers were less sympathetic, with one accusing
    Mutharika of "nascent paranoia" following a recent string of
    run-ins with his still-powerful predecessor Bakili Muluzi.
    "The president does not have to let us make imaginary evils,
    when he knows pretty well that we have so many real ones to
    encounter, like how is he going to deliver on his (election)
    promises," the Daily Times said in an editorial.
    Malawi's State House has had a chequered past since it was
    constructed in 1975 by former President-for-Life Hastings Banda.
    Although he lavished a fortune on the Persian-style brick
    palace, Banda ultimately decided not to live there -- a move
    some of his former associates said was spurred by the discovery
    that it was constructed on an ancient burial site.
    Muluzi, who unseated Banda in 1994, also shunned the ornate
    official residence which he said displayed "obscene opulence."
    The building had since been used to house Malawi's
    parliament but Mutharika ousted the legislature late last year
    to move in himself saying he needed to be close to other arms of
    government -- a move widely criticised in a country which is one
    of the poorest in the world.
    Mutharika has sought to downplay the ghost talk, telling
    reporters on Sunday "I have not met any ghosts yet, I have never
    in my life been afraid of them."
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    Drug runners use sheep, goats as "mules" in Iran
    TEHRAN, March 13 (Reuters) - Question: How do you turn a
    goat into a mule? Answer: Make it swallow several kilos of
    narcotics.
    Police in southeastern Iran on Sunday found 38 kg (84 lb) of
    opium hidden in the stomach of nine sheep and goats, Iran's
    official IRNA news agency said.
    The animals had apparently been forced to swallow the
    narcotics by drug traffickers bringing the product over from
    neighbouring Afghanistan en route to western Europe.
    Drug smugglers who swallow packets of cocaine or heroin in
    an attempt to avoid detection are often referred to as drug
    "mules."

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    Red face

    China parks to curb throwing horses to the lions
    BEIJING, March 16 (Reuters) - Safari parks in China have
    agreed to stop feeding their lions and tigers large live
    animals such as horses -- at least in public.
    The gory eating habits could lead visitors to believe that
    animals, both hunter and prey, were only human playthings,
    Xinhua news agency on Wednesday quoted Xie Youxin, the deputy
    general manager of the Wild Animal World in Chengdu, as saying.
    "The bloody scene could also have implanted violent
    tendencies in youngsters," he said. Chengdu is the capital of
    southwestern Sichuan province.
    Managers of 22 of 30 safari parks nationwide who signed an
    agreement last week said they acknowledged that wild animals
    had the same sense of "agony, terror and annoyance" as human
    beings.
    Animal rights activists have criticised the state of
    China's zoos and the mistreatment of wild animals captured for
    their fur, or in the case of bears, for the healing power of
    their bile.
    But the safari park agreement only restricts the release of
    large domestic animals, such as oxen and horses, during the
    presence of visitors, the agency said.
    "Feeding when the park is not open is permitted. Parks are
    allowed to continue to sell small birds for visitors to feed
    the wild beasts."

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    Talking The BUZZ about town

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    Sex Doll Sparks Bomb Alert at Postoffice
    BERLIN (Reuters) - A blow-up sex doll sparked a bomb alert
    in a German post office after it started to vibrate inside a
    package awaiting delivery, police said Wednesday.
    "Workers were unsettled when it began vibrating and made
    strange noises," a spokesman for police in the eastern city of
    Chemnitz said. "They were worried the package might be a bomb."
    Officers brought the sender to the scene and discovered the
    source of alarm was an electrical device inside a life-size
    female sex doll. The man told police he had wanted to return
    the doll because it kept turning itself on at the wrong moment.
    Order was restored after the sender removed the doll's
    batteries so the defective product could be returned.
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    Commercial Leaves Kids Too Scared to Watch TV
    LONDON (Reuters) - A Marmite commercial that parodied
    1950's science fiction film "The Blob" has been banned from all
    children's' programs in Britain after leaving kids too scared
    to watch television, the advertising watchdog said.
    Two Marmite adverts featured a giant brown blob rolling
    along a crowded street, terrifying some people who tried to
    flee while others ran toward it with delight.
    The ad ended with Marmite's slogan: "You either love it or
    hate it."
    Six people complained to the Advertising Standards
    Authority (ASA) that their toddlers had been terrified by the
    adverts, with four refusing to watch television after seeing
    them and two suffering nightmares.
    Unilever Bestfoods, makers of the dark brown savory spread,
    argued against imposing a tougher "ex-kids restriction" as
    broadcasters were likely not to show it during general programs
    such as "Pop Idol," which attracted younger viewers.
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    Red face

    Texan turns in pacemaker cut from mother's chest
    HOUSTON, March 16 (Reuters) - A Texan has returned to
    authorities the pacemaker he carved from his dead mother's
    chest, causing an evidence tampering charge against him to be
    dropped, prosecutors said on Wednesday.
    "No one wants to prosecute someone whose mother just died,"
    Harris County Assistant District Attorney Leslie LeGrand III
    said.
    James Allan Donalson, 59, acknowledged removing his
    mother's pacemaker after she died in January, saying he wanted
    to keep it as part of long-running a dispute with a medical
    supplier.
    Prosecutors told Donalson the charge would be dropped if he
    returned the pacemaker so the medical examiner's office could
    study it. He resisted, but LeGrand said Donalson's brothers
    eventually convinced him to relent about two weeks ago.

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    March 17, 2005 -- Josiah Johnson of Moorhead, Minn., has to make a big decision — either he quits drinking and driving or he replaces his vanity license plate. He figures the sheriff's deputy who pulled him over and arrested him for DWI was tipped off by the plate: TIPSY. Johnson insists TIPSY has nothing to do with his personal habits. He claims it describes the way his last car, a Jeep, rode
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    March 18, 2005 -- I have a hangover
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    Originally posted by E40FDNYL35
    March 18, 2005 -- I have a hangover
    THAT'S not weird .... for you











    After all, we all know how much you love the St. Paddy's Day celebrations in NYC every year! hehehe
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    After all, we all know how much you love the St. Paddy's Day celebrations in NYC every year! hehehe
    YES I DO...

    March 19, 2005 --A Stamford, Conn., cop has been charged with lewd conduct — for flashing a toy banana. Police said Arthur Bertana, "wearing extremely tight pants with an obvious bulge," would greet people on a busy street, draw attention to himself, and then flash "a yellow, plush child's toy banana" with "a smiley face on it." Wonder if he was wearing Fruit of the Loom.
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    I guess there is meaning to the question: "Is that a banana in your pocket or are you just glad to see me?"
    09-11 .. 343 "All Gave Some..Some Gave ALL" God Bless..R.I.P.
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    Woman's Scooter Blown Up in Security Scare
    LONDON (Reuters) - Heidi Brown was told she could park her
    new scooter outside the vehicle registration office while she
    waited to get license plates.
    To her horror, it was blown up by the army after someone
    reported that it might be a bomb.
    Police in Ipswich, eastern England, confirmed on Thursday
    that a moped had been blown up in a controlled explosion after
    local business people "raised concerns" that it could be a
    bomb.
    "The moped was chained to the perimeter fence outside the
    building. We weren't able to identify whose vehicle it was
    because there were no license plates on it," said a spokeswoman
    for Suffolk police.
    She said the surrounding office buildings were evacuated
    and three roads were closed off.
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    Indian woman kills herself so blind sons can see
    NEW DELHI, March 21 (Reuters) - An Indian woman committed
    suicide so her two blind sons could receive her eyes and see, a
    newspaper reported on Monday.
    But doctors say the chances of success are bleak, The
    Indian Express reported.
    Thirty-seven-year-old Tamizhselvi's sons, Kumaran, 17, and
    Kumar, 15, have been blind since birth.
    Doctors in the southern city of Chennai say Kumar's
    condition cannot be helped with a cornea transplant and also
    suspect his elder brother does not have a cornea defect.
    "We had told the family earlier itself that a corneal
    transplant was not needed for the younger son," the Express
    quoted hospital official G. Seethalakshmi saying.
    The family is insisting Tamizhselvi's corneas can only be
    used for her sons and no one else.

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    Elderly Norwegian drives drunk in wrong car
    OSLO, Norway (AP) - A 79-year-old Norwegian might have gotten
    away with a quick but drunken drive to the gas station to buy
    tobacco, except for one thing.
    He drove off behind the wheel of someone else's car, the local
    Internet newspaper Vesteraalen Online reported Thursday.
    A court this week handed the man, whose name was not released, a
    three week suspended jail sentence and a 13,000 kroner (US$2,125,
    euro1,588) fine, and revoked his driver's license for three years.
    In the incident, which occurred last year, the Norwegian arrived
    at a gas station in an aging Opel from the 1980s. When he left in a
    different and newer Opel, gas station staffers got suspicious and
    called the police.
    Police found the car about 1.5 kilometers (1 mile) away, with
    the man sitting in the back seat not far from his home in Boe, on
    the Vesteraalen Islands off northwestern Norway. He had realized
    that the car wasn't his, the report said.
    A blood test revealed a blood alcohol level of 0.11 parts per
    million, or more than five times the allowable limit in Norway of
    0.02 parts per million.

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    German record lottery winner rushes back to work
    BERLIN, March 17 (Reuters) - Germany's biggest individual
    lottery winner had no time to celebrate after becoming 20.4
    million euros ($27 million) richer because he was too worried
    about being late for work.
    When the salesman, who was not identified by WestLotto,
    arrived on Thursday to buy his weekly lottery ticket at a shop
    in the industrial Ruhr area he was told last week's 12-euro
    ticket that he hadn't bothered to check had won the jackpot.
    The man's reaction left the lottery operator dumbfounded.
    "After he was told he had won the jackpot, he said he didn't
    have time to chat because he would get into trouble with his
    boss," a lottery spokesman in the western city of Muenster said.
    Instead, he rushed off to catch a bus to work.
    There were few details about the lucky man, a
    pigeon-lover in his 30s, except that he planned to trade in his
    rented apartment for something a little bigger in the country.
    It was not known if he would stay on in his job as a salesman.
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