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    CHICAGO (Reuters) - A woman poisoned her husband and put
    his body in the garage while she went about getting her hair
    done and handing out Halloween candy, police said.
    Barbara Garcia, 51, a retired nurse in Hobart, Indiana,
    about 30 miles east of Chicago, has been charged with murdering
    her husband, Cipriano.
    Police say she laced his soup with insulin on Oct. 30, then
    repeatedly injected him with the substance while he slept until
    he died.
    While his body sat in the couple's garage, Garcia had her
    hair done and passed out Halloween candy the following day,
    police said. She dumped his body in a forest, but it was
    discovered and she was charged with his murder this week.
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    BEEP! You're on candid camera
    SEOUL, South Korea (Reuters) - Alarmed at the use of camera
    phones to catch individuals in compromising situations, South
    Korea has ordered manufacturers to ensure all new handsets emit
    a beep whenever a picture is taken.
    In one notable case, a woman used her camera phone to snap
    naked women in one of the country's popular public sauna baths,
    and then sold the photographs to an Internet Web site.
    "New camera-equipped phones are required to make a sound
    with at least a 65-decibel level when a picture is taken and
    the function can't be switched off if users change their phone
    to a silent mode," the telecommunications ministry said.
    Parliament is considering other measures to address privacy
    issues stemming from the intrusive use of camera phones and
    digital cameras.
    Over the past year, South Koreans have bought more than 4
    million camera-equipped phones.
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    Tanzanian drowns self in cesspit over missing bike
    DAR ES SALAAM, Nov 13 (Reuters) - A Tanzanian who thought
    his boss's bicycle had been stolen while in his care killed
    himself by diving into a cesspit -- only for a friend to return
    the bike a little later, a newspaper said on Thursday.
    Samuel Boniface, 20, committed suicide on Tuesday after
    telling his employer the bicycle had gone missing, police in Dar
    es Salaam told the Daily Times.
    Shortly after his body was found floating in the cesspool,
    his friend returned the bicycle, saying he had borrowed it.

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    LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - Jennifer Schultz-Hurt can't understand it.
    Neither can Lincoln police.
    Why would someone steal 75 wedding gowns from Schultz-Hurt's
    store?
    Sometime between 6 p.m. Monday and 10 a.m. Tuesday, the gowns,
    valued at $37,500, were taken from the Bridal Gown Outlet, said
    Police Capt. Terrence Sherrill.
    Schultz-Hurt said neither money nor jewelry went missing. The
    burglars also left behind the standard, more popular dress sizes,
    Schultz-Hurt said. Taken were mainly sizes in the 1 to 2 range, as
    well as several 22-plus sizes.
    "I'm baffled. I'm just so in shock," she said. "Who would do
    this?" And for what purpose?
    "It is strange," Sherrill said, who added police have no
    suspects.
    It's the second time the store has been burglarized since it
    opened in 1992.
    On Sept. 3, 2002, about $5,000 in money and jewelry was taken,
    Schultz-Hurt said.
    "We are having a security system put in here for sure," she
    said.
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    November 2003.

    1. Some Explorers/Cadets do more around the station than the Paid Crews.

    2. A Fire Company is packing up its toys, AFTER throwing them out of the cot.


    BAWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.
    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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    Public asked to offer etiquette tips for World Toilet Day
    SINGAPORE (AP) - Pop the lid on the cleanser, get out the scrub
    brush and be sure to leave the seat down - it's time to get ready
    for World Toilet Day.
    The Singapore-based World Toilet Organization has begun
    collecting tips to improve bathroom etiquette to mark the day, held
    annually on Nov. 16.
    The suggestions will be used to create the agenda for next
    year's World Toilet Summit in Beijing, the group said in a
    statement Friday.
    "If everyone joins in, there (will be) better public toilets
    and happier people," said Jack Sim, a founding member of the World
    Toilet Organization and president of the Restroom Association of
    Singapore.
    Suggestions already posted on the group's Web site include:
    teach children to aim, wipe the toilet seat after use and praise
    owners of well-kept toilets. Tips can be sent to
    infoworldtoilet.org.
    The toilet group is encouraging the public to speak out about
    the toilets they use.
    "Be it brickbats or bouquets, give feedback to the owner of the
    toilet," the group's statement said.
    The next World Toilet Summit, which brings together academics,
    sanitation experts, toilet designers and environmentalists from
    around the world, will be held on Nov. 19, 2004 in Beijing.
    Issues discussed at this year's meeting in Taipei, Taiwan last
    month included mountain toilets, trends in rural toilets and the
    impact of toilets on tourists' impressions of a country.
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    WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) - Nine days into a solo voyage from
    New Zealand to South Africa across the southern ocean, British
    rower Jim Shekhdar sat naked and downed a bottle of wine to
    celebrate his 57th birthday, local media reported Friday.
    The adventurer is attempting to become the first person to row
    from the southern port of Bluff on South Island to Cape Town in
    South Africa, via treacherous Cape Horn at the stormy tip of South
    America, a voyage of 14,400 kilometers (9,000 miles).
    The veteran rower sat naked, supped chicken and mushroom soup
    and quaffed a bottle of wine for his birthday on Thursday.
    "I've been rowing in the nude to get clean - it kills two birds
    with one stone, as I can row and wash at the same time," he told
    the Southland Times newspaper by phone.
    He's saving another bottle of wine for a lonely Christmas
    celebration.
    But, Shekhdar was not forced to celebrate alone the whole day -
    a passing fishing boat offered him dinner.
    "He was approx. 3 miles (5 miles) away and invited me for a
    decent meal," Shekhdar wrote on his Web site. "It was good to see
    that I'm not completely alone - yet!"
    Shekhdar set out from Bluff on Nov. 5 in his 7.8-meter (26-foot)
    long rowboat, "Hornette" and expects the journey to take seven to
    12 months.
    According to his personal Web site, he was 813 kilometers (508
    miles) from Bluff and about 78 kilometers (49 miles) north of the
    Antipodes Islands late Thursday.
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    Your honor, it was the itch that did it
    MADRID, Spain (AP) - Highway police who stopped a driver they
    believed was using his cell phone erred twice. First, he was just
    scratching his ear. Second, he was a lawyer.
    Tomas Valdivielso showed the two officers that the last call
    from his phone went out the night before. The duo huddled, then
    came back and fined him euro60 (US$ 70) anyway.
    The charge: driving while "holding his ear with his right hand
    in a permanent fashion."
    "Am I on hidden camera?" Valdivielso recalls saying, according
    to Thursday's edition of the newspaper El Mundo.
    The flap happened Nov. 7 while Valdivielso drove into Madrid on
    a busy highway in the morning rush hour.
    Valdivielso filed a 10-page appeal that El Mundo praised as a
    work of tongue-in-cheek art.
    The appeal says the fine failed to say which ear was being held,
    or even how many ears Valdivielso has, and argues that Spanish law
    does not bar scratching them while driving or oblige motorists to
    pull over to do it.
    Valdivielso wrote: "To presume that this unconscious act cannot
    be performed would lead us to the absurd situation of having to
    wait to stop the vehicle in a place that does not pose a danger for
    other occupants of the road in order to scratch, by which time,
    depending on how bad the itch is, I probably would have crashed
    before finding an adequate place to stop, or the itch would have
    gone away, reducing the pleasure I get from scratching."

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    Post Smooch costs big bucks

    Greek TV channel fined $116,900 over gay kiss
    ATHENS, Greece (Reuters) - Greece's television regulator
    has fined a private channel $116,900 for airing a late-night TV
    show that included a kiss between two men, the regulator said
    Thursday.
    The series "Close Your Eyes," which deals with the
    turbulent lives of a group of 20-somethings in Athens, is seen
    after 10:30 p.m. and has regularly topped the television
    ratings.
    Broadcasting regulator ESR criticized the sexually charged
    language and the portrayal of a gay relationship in the show.
    It said they "could damage young people by making them too
    familiar with vulgarity."
    "Whatever the reasoning behind the decision, we will not
    accept it," said a legal representative for Mega Channel
    television station that broadcasts the show, adding it would
    fight the case in court.
    In classical Greek art and literature, romantic love
    between men is a common theme, with decorative pottery commonly
    featuring homoerotic scenes. Public discussion of homosexuality
    is rare in modern Greece, however.
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    Kenyan stepmother made boy sleep in chicken coop
    NAIROBI, Kenya (Reuters) - Kenyan police rescued an
    18-year-old male who was forced by his stepmother to sleep in a
    chicken coop for 10 years.
    Investigators acting on a tip-off found James Kimathi
    Mwirigi badly malnourished and scarred from apparent beatings
    in the central Kenyan district of Meru, a police official said
    Thursday.
    "His stepbrother confirmed to us that he has been
    maltreated. But he is above the age of what is considered a
    child, so we have to proceed very carefully," the commanding
    police officer told Reuters.
    Villagers told police the teen-ager -- thought to be
    mentally disabled -- was denied food and education, while being
    made to do household duties and farm chores.
    Police were searching for the parents.

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    TURKEY AND GRAVY
    (Seattle-AP) -- Want your turkey and gravy -- but don't feel
    like carving that big bird? Now, you can drink turkey and the
    trimmings. Seattle-based Jones Soda is introducing a new flavor
    just in time for Thanksgiving. Unlike the usual turkey and gravy
    feast, the soda flavor is sugar and calorie free. The company says
    the new drink can be served hot or cold. There's no pumpkin pie
    flavor yet, but you could have a Jones chocolate soda for desert.
    The company says the turkey and gravy flavored pop is being
    test-marketed in Washington state and Michigan.
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    Rejected Chinese farmer poisons lover's children
    BEIJING, Nov 14 (Reuters) - A Chinese farmer seeking revenge
    on his mistress after she refused to leave her husband killed two
    elementary school students, including her son, with poison, the
    official Xinhua news agency said on Friday.
    The woman's daughter and 24 other schoolmates were still in
    hospital after Wei Entan, 26, handed out popcorn and oranges
    laced with the banned rat poison Du Shu Qiang in the southern
    province of Hunan province's on Thursday, the agency said.
    Four remained in critical condition, it said.
    The same rat poison was used by a jealous businessman to
    spike breakfast snacks at a competitor's food stall in the
    eastern city of Nanjing last September, killing 42 people.
    Accidental food poisoning deaths are common in China and have
    occurred at restaurants and school cafeterias serving mouldy rice
    or corn or cheap, industrial salts instead of edible salt.
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    November 14, 2003 -- A Dutch school is offering courses to turn shy male virgins into red-hot Romeos. The Aquarion Center charges $3,750 for the six-month course in which students learn to conduct intimate conversations and engage in sexual-training sessions. "Most of the students are virgins between 30 and 40," school spokeswoman Marion van der Stad said. "When it finally comes to having sex, they want to do it right."
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    November 16, 2003 --A woman in Arizona says she got a lot more than she wanted when she bit into a baked potato from a Wendy's restaurant - a well-cooked worm. Stephany DuPont has filed suit against the fast-food giant, claiming "physical pain and mental anguish." DuPont said she noticed the worm only after eating half of it.
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    ooo thats disgusting
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    Wink See ya later alligator!

    MILWAUKEE (AP) - A four-foot (1.2-meter) alligator chewed its
    way out of a shipping carton before a postal worker tossed it into
    a hamper and called animal control officers.
    Employees were sorting mail Friday when they noticed the
    alligator chewing its way out of an Express Mail box, said JoAnne
    Blackburn, a Postal Service spokeswoman.
    Workers tried to tape the box closed, but the alligator bit it
    open.
    "The nose ... was sticking out with its teeth hanging out,"
    said postal employee Jennifer Hejdak. She said a co-worker picked
    it up by its tail and threw it in a hamper.
    The alligator will remain at a shelter for a week before being
    shipped to a northern Illinois sanctuary, said Len Selkurt,
    executive director of the Milwaukee Area Domestic Animal Control.
    The sanctuary owner will then take it to Florida, he said.
    Alligators longer than 20 inches (50.8 centimeters) are not
    allowed to be sent through the mail, and officials said the
    shipment from Milwaukee to Colorado was under review.

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    Thumbs up The democratic way!

    WASHINGTON TERRACE, Utah (AP) - With the roll of the dice and
    the flash of cameras, Mark Allen won a third term as this city's
    mayor.
    Allen and challenger Robert Garside tied in a Nov. 4 election
    with 724 votes each. Under Utah law, tie votes must be decided by
    drawing lots, which can mean anything from flipping a coin to
    drawing a name out of a hat.
    "We felt rolling dice was a more fair way to make a choice,"
    city recorder Shari Peterson said.
    With quick flicks of their wrists, Allen rolled a 4 and a 1
    Friday for the top score, while Garside rolled a pair of 2's.
    Both candidates said the race's outcome was fair.
    Even though he lost, Garside said he still planned to be a thorn
    in city hall's side.
    "I have some issues I need resolved," he said.
    Allen said he would spend his next two years working on designs
    for a new city hall and park and plotting Washington Terrace's
    future.
    Washington Terrace is about 33 miles (53 kilometers) north of
    Salt Lake City.

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    Cool A rather different beauty contest....

    BEIJING (AP) - Shiny hair. Upright humps. Sharp outfits. And
    definitely no swimsuit competition.
    If you're in the market for a beautiful camel, those are
    apparently the things you might want to consider. And in northern
    China, they're doing just that - holding a dromedary beauty contest
    as part of what is billed as "the first international camel
    festival."
    The beauty competition in the Inner Mongolia region attracted
    nearly 100 dressed-up camels "as well as more than 2,000 fans,"
    the official Xinhua News Agency said Saturday. It didn't specify
    who the "fans" were or where they came from.
    The judges, mostly experienced camel herders, described the
    criteria for victory to Xinhua: The camels, they said, "should
    have good appearance - shiny hair and upright humps - and should be
    good dressers wearing beautiful halters and saddles in a proper
    way."
    The contest was held in a community called Alxa League, known as
    the "camel hometown." It has one-third of China's camels and is
    the main habitat for the double-humped Bactrian camel, Xinhua said.
    The two-humped Bactrian is indigenous to Mongolia and was
    domesticated some 3,000 years ago.
    Dry weather in recent years has hurt the area's environment,
    though, and Xinhua said the number of camels has dropped to 68,000
    from 250,000 in the 1980s.
    Festival sponsors said they wanted the camel beauty competition
    to generate more attention for the beasts.
    "We hope the government can set up a natural reserve and a
    genetic database for Bactrian camels to keep a stable population of
    the species while promoting the development of camel product
    enterprises," said an Alxa League official, quoted by Xinhua.

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    Red face

    British artist becomes human breakfast
    LONDON (Reuters) - A British performance artist had
    a taste of modern art Friday when he sank into a bath of baked
    beans with french fries up his nose and sausages wrapped round
    his head.
    Mark McGowan, 37, said he would spend 100 hours over the
    next two weeks wallowing in the window of a London art gallery
    to support the traditional greasy English breakfast.
    "The Italians have their pasta and the Asians have their
    rice," McGowan told Reuters. "This is our main diet -- English
    cuisine is much maligned."
    McGowan hit the headlines in September when he nudged a
    monkey nut along the streets of London with his nose for 11
    days to highlight rising student debt.
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    Red face

    Hanging corpse admired as sculpture on Hungary campus
    BUDAPEST, Nov 14 (Reuters) - Police on Friday removed the
    corpse of a man believed to have hanged himself at least a year
    ago after builders and students at Budapest's University of Arts
    had initially mistaken it for a modern sculpture.
    The body hung for a whole day in a garden building that had
    been re-opened for repairs before onlookers realised what it was
    and called the police, local media said.
    The building, in campus grounds crowded with different types
    of sculpture, had been closed five years ago pending
    reconstruction work.
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