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Dec 30, 2007 @ 1:08 AM whats the wierdest thing you have ever heard ?    
tassie1


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in michigan its illegal to chain an alligator to a fire hydrant
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Dec 30, 2007 @ 1:11 AM whats the wierdest thing you have ever heard ?    
tassie1


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Alberta,canada is completely free of rats.
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Dec 30, 2007 @ 1:12 AM whats the wierdest thing you have ever heard ?    
tassie1


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the average chocolate bar has 8 insect legs in it.

*gee thanks,I just finished some chockie too...
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Dec 30, 2007 @ 1:15 AM whats the wierdest thing you have ever heard ?    
tassie1


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hoover dam was built to last 2000 yrs.the concrete will not be fully cured for another 500 yrs.
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Dec 30, 2007 @ 1:20 AM whats the wierdest thing you have ever heard ?    
tassie1


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and one for the lady's
a chameleon has a tongue one and a half times the length of its body
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Dec 30, 2007 @ 8:49 AM whats the wierdest thing you have ever heard ?    
In_a_Frenzy


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Dr. Paul Schum, 50, the principal of the Catholic Bethlehem High School in Bardstown, Ky., was arrested in October on prostitution-related charges after he was discovered loitering in an alley, dressed as a woman, in leather and fishnet stockings and with fake breasts. A local priest, presumably intending to help Dr. Schum, said dressing as a woman didn't sound like something Schum would be involved in, "but again, we're in the Halloween season." (Dr. Schum eventually resigned, and the prosecutor chose to drop the charge.) [WAVE-TV (Louisville), 10-31-07, 12-20-07]
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Dec 30, 2007 @ 8:50 AM whats the wierdest thing you have ever heard ?    
In_a_Frenzy


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Alex Noel, 16, a finalist in Rhode Island's Great Pumpkin Weigh-Off in October, said his success raising his (1,224-pound) pumpkin was because "You spend all your time with it. No sports. You just come home and be with the pumpkin." [United Press International, 10-21-07]
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Dec 30, 2007 @ 8:55 AM whats the wierdest thing you have ever heard ?    
In_a_Frenzy


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On Nov. 7, news media reported that New York City's Serendipity 3 restaurant had been noted by the Guinness Book of World Records for having the planet's most expensive dessert (a $25,000 chocolate sundae, featuring, among other delicacies, edible gold flakes). On Nov. 16, the same news media reported that the city's Department of Health had ordered Serendipity 3 closed after inspectors found a live mouse in the kitchen, along with mouse droppings, fruit flies, house flies and more than 100 cockroaches. [Reuters, 11-7-07] [New York Times, 11-16-07]

mmmmmmmm
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Dec 30, 2007 @ 9:04 AM whats the wierdest thing you have ever heard ?    
In_a_Frenzy


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Mr. Sandy Wong, 45, was sentenced in November in Edmonton, Alberta, to 90 days in jail for three counts of indecent exposure, including masturbating with his pants down while sitting on the roof of a BMW at a local agriculture fair. According to a psychiatrist, Wong said he is sexually attracted to the BMW's roof because "it's curved like a woman's body," but he also has been aroused by a 1967 Camaro, a 1965 Chevy Bel Air, a 2005 MiniCooper and a 1991 Buick Century. [Edmonton Sun, 11-23-07]
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Dec 30, 2007 @ 9:10 AM whats the wierdest thing you have ever heard ?    
In_a_Frenzy


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According to a November report by the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. "Good" bacteria in the stomach are often depleted by the antibiotics that work on (but may not remove entirely) C. difficile, leaving the patient with violent or chronic diarrhea. Some doctors now recommend controlling C. difficile by re-establishing the patient's "good" bacteria via a stool transplant from a close blood relative, who should have similar intestinal conditions. The donated stool (providing that a loving, straight-faced relative is found) is mixed with saline and administered by enema. [CBC News, 11-13-07]
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Dec 30, 2007 @ 9:19 AM whats the wierdest thing you have ever heard ?    
In_a_Frenzy


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In Bayonne, N.J., in October, Lindsey Millar's car burned up after a squirrel, chewing on an electric line, caught fire, and its flaming carcass fell down beside the car and rolled underneath it. [Jersey Journal, 10-18-07]
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Dec 30, 2007 @ 1:53 PM whats the wierdest thing you have ever heard ?    
tassie1


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Promise I didn't screw my face up like this when I read that donated stool bit .eeeew.there's somethings that just go waay to far.

and a chatholic priest on a sex charge,who'd have thought
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Jan 1, 2008 @ 9:08 PM whats the wierdest thing you have ever heard ?    
tassie1


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weirdest thing I ever heard?
yes we got your cheque,it finally showed up in the mail and now we'll activate your up-grade for you.
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Jan 6, 2008 @ 10:07 AM whats the wierdest thing you have ever heard ?    
In_a_Frenzy


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In December, inmate Michael Polk (serving time for robbery and aggravated assault) filed a federal lawsuit against the Utah Department of Corrections for denying him the right to properly practice his religion, Asatru. According to its teachings, adherents must communicate with ancient Nordic gods (such as Odin, Thor and Heimdal) and for that, it is crucial that they have a Thor's Hammer, a Mead Horn (for drinking Wassail), a drum of wood and boar skin, a "rune staff," and a sword (though Polk graciously said he would accept a cardboard sword). [Deseret Morning News, 12-20-07]
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Not actually for sale is bra-maker Triumph International's prototype "chopstick bra," shown in November in Tokyo as an environment-friendly demonstration project. The bra houses two reusable chopsticks (to publicize a national campaign to discourage use of disposable ones), which can also be positioned to enhance the wearer's cleavage. [Reuters, 11-7-07]
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Evangelical Christians, among all people of faith, seem excited to purchase products that reinforce their religious values, according to a marketer cited in a December Denver Post report, with the result an explosion of Jesus-themed merchandise such as Jesus riding a bull, surfing and playing soccer, Jesus air-fresheners and Grapes of Galilee wine. (Among the tackier products, according to a November report in London's Daily Telegraph, are "thongs of praise" underwear with an image of the Madonna and child, and a template to place on a bread slice in an oven to create toast with the Virgin Mary's likeness.) [Denver Post, 12-22-07; Daily Telegraph (London), 11-25-07]
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University of Lausanne (Switzerland) researchers discovered that not only are cichlid fish oriented to "oral sex" (because the female stores fertilizable eggs in her mouth) but that studlier males have evolved a trick to get females to open up: Super-procreative males create egg-like growths on their fins, which females imagine are their own missing eggs and try to suck them up, thus improving the male's opportunity to slip sperm in, according to a November report in New Scientist. [New Scientist, 11-15-07]
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A research team led by Richard Hanson of Case Western Reserve University (Cleveland) has produced a colony of "supermice" whose physical abilities are the rodent equivalent of those of gifted humans. By modifying a single metabolism gene, researchers enhanced the mouse's ability to use body fat for energy, creating a mouse that can run five hours without stopping, live longer, and have three times as much sex as ordinary mice. According to Hanson, humans have exactly the same modifiable gene, "(b)ut this is not something that you'd do to a human. It's completely wrong." [The Independent (London), 11-5-07]
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It is well-known that methane released by cattle forms a significant amount of the greenhouse gases in some countries, but getting people to abruptly drop beef from their diets might be unrealistic. However, a senior researcher for the Queensland (Australia) government, Athol Klieve, told Agence France-Presse in December that it would be possible to transplant the stomach bacteria of kangaroos into cows to reduce cattle's gas-passing proclivity to the much gentler level of kangaroos' (since the latter have much more efficient digestive systems). [Agence France-Presse, 12-6-07]
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Salt Lake City police reported that an out-of-town man was treated at a local hospital on Dec. 1 after being beaten up by gang members. The man had earlier mentioned to the gangbangers that "Utah gangs" are not as tough as those from his hometown. [Deseret Morning News, 12-3-07] (Ummm - apparently they are

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Jan 6, 2008 @ 10:13 AM whats the wierdest thing you have ever heard ?    
In_a_Frenzy


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Ryan Holle, 25, is serving a life sentence (with no possibility of parole) in Florida even though his only connection to a 2003 murder was that he loaned his car to one of the killers. According to a December New York Times report, Florida, even when dispensing its second-worst punishment of all, does not restrict "aiding and abetting" to just those who consciously assist a murder. [New York Times, 12-4-07]
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Scott Masters, 41, faced a potential 30-year sentence for shoplifting a doughnut in a Farmington, Mo., convenience store in September because, as he exited the store, he pushed a worker aside. Prosecutors said that "assault" made the crime a "strong-arm robbery" (but in December, a judge decided 90 days in jail was more appropriate). [St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 10-7-07]
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Robin Handel, 44, was arrested in Rowlett, Texas, in December and charged with conspiracy after allegedly convincing her mother to kill Robin's husband to protect a romance she was having via the Internet. (The small-caliber handgun that the mother used failed to inflict life-threatening wounds, either to the husband or when she shot herself as police closed in.) [KVUE-TV (Austin), 12-14-07]
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The 44-year-old man who allegedly skipped out on a court appearance in April in Vernon, British Columbia, in connection with marijuana-growing was arrested in December in Mission, British Columbia, when he applied for a job at the county jail. [Chilliwack Times, 12-21-07]
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Police in Oakland, Calif., charged Jason Brooks, 24, who had just recently applied to be an Oakland police officer, with a string of 18 armed robberies dating back to May. (Brooks told the arresting officers that, still, he'd like to join the force.) [San Jose Mercury News-AP, 12-8-07]
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Michael Millhouse was arrested in Clarkston, Wash., in December and charged with stealing a woman's wallet at a convenience store, a crime that was captured on surveillance video, one image from which was subsequently published on the front page of the Lewiston (Idaho) Tribune. Also on Page One that day was a news photo of a man painting Christmas messages in a local store window. A Tribune editor noticed that the two men bore a resemblance and called the police, who agreed, and arrested the painter, Millhouse. [KTVB-TV (Boise, Idaho)-AP, 12-13-07]
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In 1964, a chaste, 23-year-old woman was injured in a municipal streetcar collision in San Francisco, and in one of the most notorious turns in medical history, became a nymphomaniac because of injury to the part of her brain that controls impulsive behavior. (According to her lawyer, she once had sex with partners 50 times in one week.) She sued the city, and a jury awarded her $50,000, but then she seemed to vanish. In November 2007, a reporter from KPIX-TV in San Francisco tracked her down to an assisted-living facility in the Midwest. Gloria Sykes, 66, told the reporter she had lived in the Bay Area for a while, had married, and had traveled, but otherwise declined to talk. [KPIX-TV, 11-26-07]
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Jan 6, 2008 @ 10:03 PM whats the wierdest thing you have ever heard ?    
tassie1


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thongs of praise

mind you,i'm not growing egg like growths on my anatomy for anyone soon

oh and where exactly do you have to smack your partner in the head to turn em into a nymphomaniac.
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Jan 7, 2008 @ 11:46 PM whats the wierdest thing you have ever heard ?    
Mama_taz


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you will only try it once Tassie
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Jan 9, 2008 @ 10:57 PM whats the wierdest thing you have ever heard ?    
tassie1


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Jan 30, 2008 @ 5:29 PM whats the wierdest thing you have ever heard ?    
aspiringwriter


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"If it weren't for that horse, I would have never graduated."
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Jan 30, 2008 @ 8:56 PM whats the wierdest thing you have ever heard ?    
BritnBrat


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in michigan its illegal to chain an alligator to a fire hydrant

That's why I keep mine chained to a telephone pole!!!
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