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    July 15, 2006 -- In Galt, Missouri. Residents in this small town are grumbling about a bizarre crime spree that has some recalling a Christmas tree caper in the 1980s. Vandals swept through Monday and Tuesday, stealing U.S. flags - even those on churches. At least 10 are missing. "This is a good town, a blessed town," said the Rev. Stan Richardson of the Galt Christian Church, which not only had its American flag stolen, but its Christian flag inverted and raised back on the pole. "But this isn't good, and it doesn't feel good," Richardson said. The Rev. Gene Schreffler of Galt Baptist Church, whose flag was also stolen, and said the spree reminds him of the time a stolen Christmas tree garnered national media attention. "We're trying to build the pride in our town back up," Schreffler said. "(The thefts) have hurt our feelings." Grundy County Deputy Tim Phipps said he has few leads but suspects juveniles. Authorities are offering a reward for information.
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    Quote Originally Posted by E40FDNYL35
    Grundy County Deputy Tim Phipps said he has few leads but suspects juveniles.
    Damn kids....




















    Wait a minute, I am one of those damn kids, DOH!


    PS. Not one of the Flag stealers, just a damn kid in general
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    Tattoo hangover. Body art, often an expression of love or rebellion, can sometimes turn out to be a painful regret

    Lorrayne Anthony, The Canadian Press Published: Friday, July 14, 2006
    Rebecca Cherry calls it the three-month curse.

    That's usually how long it takes for people to regret that they've had someone's name tattooed on their body, she finds.

    "We've had people get divorced within three months of getting it," said Cherry, the manager of Way Cool Tattoo and Piercing in Oakville, Ont.
    In her experience, people with second thoughts often come back asking about ways to remove, change or disguise their new body art within 90 days.
    In Victoria, anyone younger than 16 won't have a chance to legally obtain a tattoo. The Capital Regional District on Wednesday introduced a bylaw requiring people to be 16 years of age before they can get a tattoo.
    The tattoo is sometimes an act of bold rebellion, or the indelible outcome of a lust- or booze-induced euphoria. But it's not easy to treat the hangover.
    Dr. Sachit Shah sees about 20 to 30 patients every day who want their tattoos removed at his B.C. Laser and Skin Care Clinic in Vancouver.

    He said there are two types of patients: Those who regret their alcohol or love-fuelled decision to get a tattoo; and those who like their tattoo, but need it removed for career purposes.

    For Lon Katzmann, who was slightly envious of his pals in the Navy with tattoos, it was being in love in the 1960s that prompted him to walk into a tattoo parlour and ask that the name of his then-girlfriend be injected onto his left bicep.

    His girlfriend liked it so much, she agreed to become his wife.

    But some time after marrying his third wife, he rethought the tattoo. Removal was too painful, not to mention costly, he said.

    He decided his skin art would evolve into something more artistic and appropriate.

    The simple lettering "Carole" morphed into a more embellished "Cindy," his third wife's name. Eventually an eagle and clouds disguised any names.
    "Now you can't see a woman's name there -- not even my daughter's -- anymore," said Katzmann, talking on his cellphone during a walk in his hometown of Oakville. "I've had some large work done to cover up those other ones."

    While names have given rise to other images, he hasn't messed with the picture of his daughter, all smiles at age two, he had done on his left shoulder.

    "I never regretted any of them, it was just there was something else."
    And he has always adhered to his strict personal rule about no tattoos on body parts that would be visible while wearing a suit.

    Among celebrities, Johnny Depp altered "Winona Forever" to read "Wino Forever" after he and Winona Ryder split.

    Angelina Jolie tried to have "Billy Bob" removed from her arm after she and Billy Bob Thornton parted company, but she was left with an ugly smudge. Recently, Jolie tattooed over it with the longitudes and latitudes of Cambodia and Ethiopia, where two of her three children were born.

    In Vancouver, Shah's many patients included a female judge who came in with a tattoo at the base of her neck. As a lawyer it didn't bother her, but she thought it didn't befit a judge who would have to wear formal attire to many functions throughout her tenure.

    Then there was a man who was brought in by his very irate wife. He had gone to Las Vegas with some of his pals and returned home with a picture of an extremely well-endowed woman on each arm.

    "She was mad ... in a wild state," Shah said of the wife, adding that the man, who continued to apologize to his wife throughout the consultation, was filled with remorse.

    "There's nothing like a woman who is angry."

    Shah also told of a Vancouver Casanova who has been tattooing his name on the derrieres of women after he's had sex with them. Some of the women later came to Shah seeking the removal of their ex's name.

    "I've had four girls come in ... he brands them," he said, adding that there are probably more who are too embarrassed to come in. "The guy is a total jerk."
    In Oakville, Cherry said she advises people to re-think names, no matter how in love they are.

    "They get the speech: 'We do this for a living... We don't really recommend it... these are the reasons...' And then they go ahead and do it anyway," she said.

    To remove the unwanted art, Shah puts his patient under a local anaesthetic. He then uses a special laser to break down the ink. The body's white blood cells then dispose of the ink.

    It takes several treatments over the course of six months to a year to be rid of the tattoo. Beginning at $50 per treatment, removal usually costs 10 times what the tattoo cost, Shah says. One of his clients spent $37,000 to get a large tattoo removed from his back.

    And then there is the wait factor.

    One young woman came in after having permanent makeup -- lips and eyeliner -- tattooed on her face. But the lip tattoo was done by an inexperienced artist and the woman was left with one side of her lip appearing bigger than the other, he said.

    The woman was in tears, but Shah wouldn't touch the tattoo for three months until the ink set. In the early days, tattoo ink is mobile and the laser would spread the ink, staining the skin, he said.

    Instead the clinic counselled her and taught the young woman how to camouflage the mistake with makeup until she could come in for the removal. Other methods of tattoo removal include creams, dermabrasion and excision.
    Creams are applied topically and are meant to fade the ink. Dermabrasion, performed under local anaesthetic or sedation, involves using a rotary abrasive instrument to remove the skin. Excision is when the tattoo is actually cut out of the skin and the surrounding flesh is sutured together. Larger tattoos could require taking skin from another part of the body for a skin graft.

    Removing the art from his skin is not something Katzmann thinks about despite the diminishing free space on his upper body.

    "I have no drunken tattoos," he said, noting his German family crest, Bible verses and a crucifix on his back. "Every one I've had I've thought out."
    "I'm not ashamed at all. I'm walking right now in a muscle shirt on the busiest street ... everybody stares but that's OK. How else do you get attention when you are 66?"

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    July 15, 2006 -- Workers in a store in Blyth, England, who regularly play the lottery together won with all 28 of their tickets. The 28 colleagues won a share of the $7.9 million jackpot with six correct numbers, plus 12 payouts for having five matching numbers and 15 for having four matching numbers. Because there were so many other winners in the drawing, their total haul came to only $1,150,000 - or $41,070 each.
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    A Long Island judge had a bone to pick yesterday with a man who says he has a 9/11-related disability that requires him to sunbathe nude with his dog on Fire Island. "I haven't seen any evidence that would suggest that this dog is trained in some way connected to your medical or physical condition," Central Islip Federal Judge Joseph Bianco told Mark DelCore at a hearing. DelCore is suing officials of the Fire Island National Seashore, where pooches are banned, to make an exception for his rat terrier, Cheekies. DelCore, 39, claims he suffers from a skin condition and posttraumatic stress disorder as a result of the terror attack and that the dog provides him with "psychological support." DelCore, who competed as a bodybuilder in the 1998 Gay Games, did not bring Cheekies to court yesterday and later told reporters that the stress of filing a suit may be too much for him to continue. "I have to decide whether the amount of energy I am spending on this makes it worthwhile," he said.
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    July 16, 2006 -- Joe Schreiber isn't mayor anymore, but he wants to wear the shirt. Problem is, city commissioners in Tamarac, Fla., have agreed to pass a resolution prohibiting former elected officials from using the city seal without permission. Vice Mayor Ed Portner threatened to have Schreiber, 83, removed from a city meeting for wearing his red polo shirt with the word "mayor" and the city seal on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by E40FDNYL35
    A Long Island judge had a bone to pick yesterday with a man who says he has a 9/11-related disability that requires him to sunbathe nude with his dog on Fire Island. "I haven't seen any evidence that would suggest that this dog is trained in some way connected to your medical or physical condition," Central Islip Federal Judge Joseph Bianco told Mark DelCore at a hearing. DelCore is suing officials of the Fire Island National Seashore, where pooches are banned, to make an exception for his rat terrier, Cheekies. DelCore, 39, claims he suffers from a skin condition and posttraumatic stress disorder as a result of the terror attack and that the dog provides him with "psychological support." DelCore, who competed as a bodybuilder in the 1998 Gay Games, did not bring Cheekies to court yesterday and later told reporters that the stress of filing a suit may be too much for him to continue. "I have to decide whether the amount of energy I am spending on this makes it worthwhile," he said.
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    July 17, 2006 -- A five-hour standoff between police and an allegedly suicidal woman in Washington state ended peacefully because, well, the woman wasn't there. Port Angeles cops surrounded the woman's house for most of the afternoon and tried to communicate with her via phone and bullhorn. But a bomb-squad robot later entered the house and found no one home. An erroneous 911 call seemed to be to blame.
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    I thought this was going to be about the highway chase involving the RV haha.

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    July 18, 2006 -- A prostitute who has been working the streets of a German city for nearly a half-century is being hailed as a local luminary. "Brigitte," a blonde working girl who claims to be in her 60s, has spent 47 years on the job in the city of Koblenz. Producers of a short promotional film for the city, "You Are Koblenz," have hired the veteran hooker to be in their flick, alongside other local celebrities. City boosters don't seem to mind. "Brigitte is probably the only prostitute in the world who is also a town landmark," said tour guide Manfred Gniffke.
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    "Brigitte is probably the only prostitute in the world who is also a town landmark," said tour guide Manfred Gniffke.
    Hmmm I dunno about that... when I was with the army in Calgary, there is this training area called Wainwright, Alberta (some of you folks will know where this is headed... ) Anyhow, when I arrived and joined in with the Lord Strathcona's Horse (Royal Canadians) - thats an armoured regiment - I was given the "low down" of things to see and do as it were.

    Among those things were warnings to stay out of the Westgate Hotel and bar, as SIU was known to "hang out" there looking for anyone who was in violation of the Out of Bounds SOP for the place. Another was not a warning as such, about two "ladies" of Wainwright. One was called the Great Dane, who was purported to be 6 feet plus tall. The other was Bridget the Midget. She was not quite so tall, being something of about 4 feet tall.

    In almost 5 years of conducting exercises in the Wainwright training area, I only ever actually saw Bridget twice. I wont describe in detail the first time, other than this was during my first live fire exercise and we were in quarters that time, and I wandered into the wrong barrack block, and very quickly left again. That memory still haunts me - if it had been my barrack block the events in question would have been taking place on MY BUNK. Anyhow, the second time she was pointed out to me was about 4 years later on my final exercise.

    So speaking of city icons etc, I guess these two would have qualified, as a large number of the guys I worked with in the Regiment had some experience with one or the other of them. I can proudly say that my name does not list among those who did.
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    July 19, 2006 -- L.A. cops, sitting in an unmarked vehicle and staking out the home of a robbery suspect, received an unexpected gift - the perp himself, who turned himself in and sang like a canary. The suspect inside the house saw the car, got dressed and came out to investigate. "He had no idea what was waiting for him on the other side of that tinted glass," the L.A. Times reported, quoting an in-house LAPD publication "Thin Blue Line." Cops busted the man, who confessed to three robberies, including one that hadn't even been reported.
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    July 20, 2006 -- Keeping up with the Jones' will be a whole lot easier on Nov 3. That's when a Welsh town is holding a televised reunion for all people called Jones to try to break a world record. They want to knock the Swedish Norbergs from the Guinness Book of World Records. The Swedes had previously gathered 583 people with the same surname. The show - dubbed "Jones! Jones! Jones!" - will be held in Blaenau Ffestiniog.
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    Another was not a warning as such, about two "ladies" of Wainwright. One was called the Great Dane, who was purported to be 6 feet plus tall. The other was Bridget the Midget. She was not quite so tall, being something of about 4 feet tall.
    Then you have "Combat Kim" who lurks around CFB Petawawa...
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    July 21, 2006 -- A thief has been prying the letter R off signs in Greencastle, Ind. "We've lost our Rs and we want them back," said Randall Jones, who owns a hardware store in town. The bandit has hit gas stations, restaurants, repair shops, medical offices and even the town's National Guard post. "I don't know if they think it's a joke, but to me it's just theft," said Sgt. Robert Lamb. "I just think it's disturbing."

    Not to worry - the crook will be done in by the letter of the law.
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    WELLINGTON, New Zealand July 21, 2006 -- A policewoman has been censured for some unauthorized "undercover" work - a stint moonlighting as a prostitute - but is being allowed to keep her day job after giving up the night duties. While prostitution is legal in New Zealand and police are allowed to take approved second jobs, a top officer said sex work and police work don't mix. The policewoman had worked for a limited time as a prostitute in the northern city of Auckland before her clandestine activity was uncovered, police said. Her name and rank have not been made public. Police media communications manager Jon Neilson said he understood the officer had taken up "secondary employment due to financial difficulties," but had not sought police approval to work in the sex industry. She has been counseled over the matter, which "under police procedures .... amounts to a censure," said Deputy Police Commissioner Lyn Provost. "I can assure the public that ... this type of secondary employment would never be approved given that the type of work is inappropriate and incompatible with policing," Provost said.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ROOKIELZ
    Then you have "Combat Kim" who lurks around CFB Petawawa...
    My only "contact" with Pet was during the 7 weeks of my JLC Oct - Dec 1996. And other than the the SSM keeping us back for the first one, I went back to T.O. each weekend. So she is unknown to me.... and I think I will keep it that way.
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    Like tequila? Get ready to take out a personal loan.

    July 22, 2006 -- The world's most expensive tequila has hit the market in Mexico at a mind-boggling $225,000 a bottle. The six-year-old, 100 percent blue Agave is sold in a limited edition of 33 platinum bottles with unique artwork on the label. For those slightly less well-heeled, the same tequila in gold bottles goes for "only" $150,000 .
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    OOHHHH RIGHTY THEN....

    Man Cuts Off Hand At Butcher Shop, Police Say
    Police: No Charges Will Be Filed

    SPRINGFIELD, Va. -- Police said a man apparently cut off his own hand this weekend at a butcher shop in northern Virginia.

    POSTED: 10:36 am EDT July 24, 2006
    UPDATED: 10:38 am EDT July 24, 2006

    Authorities said the incident happened at a butcher shop on Spring Garden Drive in the Springfield area of Fairfax County.

    Workers said the man, who was not a regular customer, came into the store with his teenaged son Saturday evening to buy some goat meat.

    However, the workers said the man became so upset when he was given chicken that he slipped behind the counter and cut off his own hand.

    When police arrived, they said, the man was holding his severed hand screaming, "I'm not a terrorist. I did this for my family."

    Investigators said the man, who has not been identified, was taken to Inova Fairfax Hospital for treatment.

    Authorities said no charges will be filed.

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    July 24, 2006 -- Hunky dancers at a male-revue club in Austin, Texas, have left local officials with their thongs in a knock. Town bigs want to take down "La Bare," claiming that while the club's dancers don't get naked, the business is still "sexually oriented," thus violating a zoning law, since it is near a park and a school for the deaf. La Bare co-owner Kevin Cox - who faces criminal misdemeanor charges of illegally operating a business - is outraged. "It's not a sexually oriented business," Cox said. "It is sexually suggestive."
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