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Friday, October 28, 2005

Why you should not parade those lottery ticket...

A 59-year-old Bayonne man's luck apparently ran out last week, when he was mugged of a $5,000 scratch-off ticket and $300 in cash, police said.

The man, a resident of East 25th Street, went to the Big Apple Restaurant and Lounge on Broadway in Bayonne on Friday and told customers and employees he'd won the prize and had the scratch-off ticket with him.

"He was all excited and showing people the ticket," said the restaurant's owner, Vinny Bottino. "He's a nice guy and everybody was happy for him because he was someone who won money that we knew could use it."


Hot escalator ride

Seriously, there are people who find riding an escalator in a shopping mall rather boring. If you are one of those people, you should try to have a little more fun on them. These girls thought of something and did that. They don't having boring escalator rides anymore.

Via Kodiefiles.


Thursday, October 27, 2005

Fecal pastry toppings

A Dallas cab driver is in big trouble for getting caught on tape sprinkling dried feces on pastries.

49-year-old Behrouz Nahidmobarekeh is on trial for allegedly throwing fecal matter on pastries at a Fiesta grocery store.

Police said they found a pile of human feces by his bed.

He would dry it, either by microwave or just letting it sit out and grate it up with a cheese grater and then sprinkle it at the store, officials said.


Fly 747 Disney style

I have no idea if these jumbojets are still flying with these paintings, but they did look cool. When JAL turned 50 they had 6 Boeings 747 painted with Disney characters. Does anybody know if these are still this way? And are there more airliners having cartoon characters painted on their airplanes?


Wednesday, October 26, 2005

Dead man fined for parking!

A Melbourne council has explained how one of its parking officers issued a fine to a man who had been dead in his parked car for several days.

Maroondah City Council parking officers stuck the fine on the windscreen of the man's car on Wednesday at the Croydon Market shopping centre in Melbourne's outer eastern suburbs.

A police spokeswoman confirmed that police discovered the deceased man, 71, yesterday and found a parking ticket on the windscreen of his car. He had been reported missing to police nine days ago and was known to be seriously ill.

Maroondah mayor Paul Denham said in a statement today that the parking officer had not noticed the man when he attached the parking fine to the windscreen.


Another Jackson secret revealed!

A "fresh scandal is threatening to engulf the superstar Jackson clan with reports youngest sister Janet has a secret teenage daughter called Renee.

The singer's former brother-in-law, Young DeBarge, whose brother James was married to Jackson from 1984 to 1985, claims Renee now 18 was sent away to live with the star's eldest sister Rebbie.
"James and the Jackson family kept everything real close, real tight," DeBarge said during an interview on Friday with New York City urban radio station Hot 97.

"No one really knew how it was working out until things kind of surfaced. I think there's a little despondency.

"She hasn't really revealed that, but I'm sure that there's some feelings there.

"It's only natural that you wonder about what is and how it's come to be that way."

""There's no telling what (Janet Jackson) is telling her."


Tuesday, October 25, 2005

First transgender pop group!

They strut their stuff and shake their booties as well as any pop band worldwide, and their infectious dance tunes are taking the Asian music scene by storm.

But in one crucial respect Lady, the hottest music act to come out of South Korea in years, are not your average girl group. They may have looks that many women would die for - but none of these four singers was born as a lady.

Shinae, 29, Sahara, 25, Binu, 22, and Yoona, 21, have all undergone sex change operations and used their new, curvaceous physiques to propel them to stardom. Earlier this year, to a frenzied fanfare of television appearances, newspaper interviews and even the odd nude photo shoot, Lady became Korea's first transgender pop group.


Infrared See-Through Filter!

A camera lense that allows one to see through clothes and other hard surfaces has been introduced by a US Company.

The lense that could well result in it being banned because of its perve potential is called the "Infrared See-Through Filter PF". The PF is a special optical device that helps to visually penetrate an object's surface in order to view whatever lies below. The PF makes it possible for you to see images that are normally invisible to the human eye. It sounds like science-fiction but it isn't, this new product has been developed using newly developed advanced optical technology.

Kaya Special Optics have specialised in manufacturing special optical devices for the past 30 years and their new lense is set to be a big hit with perves and security companies. The 52mm Infra See through PF4 lense has to be fitted to either a digital still or video camera. The manufacturers claim that the Infrared See-Through Filter PF can't totally penetrate all surfaces but it can provide a high degree of "see-through".


Monday, October 24, 2005

The "Is She Hot" contest

So your girlfriend dreams of being the next Cindy Crawford. That isn't as hot as if she dreams of being the next Jenna Jameson (just for you), but at least she wants to look really, really good so she'll get the attention she craves. You turn into a drooling dog when you see a really hot girl walking down the street so you'll feel 10-feet-tall when you walk into a place with a hottie on your arm.

Share your honey with the rest of the world -- at least the looking part. Whether you want to enter your girlfriend or wife in the "Is She Hot?" contest or just want some nice pics for your private enjoyment, you can learn to shoot her like one of the pros. Well, sorta.


Murder by a red G-string...

A woman wore nothing but a red G-string when she attacked and killed her boyfriend's estranged wife who had just found them in bed together, a court was told yesterday.

Kathleen Schroeder, 43, appeared in the Brisbane Magistrate's Court charged with murdering Narelle Nix-Barclay, also 43, in February. That charge was dismissed after argument from defence counsel Peter Shields and she was committed to stand trial in the Supreme Court on the lesser count of manslaughter.

The committal hearing was told that Mrs Nix-Barclay discovered Schroeder and her estranged husband, Scott Nix-Barclay, in bed at his Wynnum West home and began lashing out and screaming abuse.

The two women began pulling each other's hair and then the dispute, also involving a naked Mr Nix-Barclay, moved out on to the front lawn of the home.