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I was addicted to the hokey pokey, but I turned myself around!

Friday, May 10, 2013

Is it Friday yet?

A man in Florida tried to flee police - and ran straight into the jaws of an alligator, authorities said.
Bryan Zuniga, 20, was pulled over after officers spotted his car weaving in and out of lanes in the early hours of Thursday morning.
The Pinellas County Sheriff's Office said Zuniga stopped his car, jumped out of the passenger door and ran.
He then broke through a vinyl fence and escaped.
But hours later, he was found at a local hospital where he was being treated for multiple puncture wounds.
Zuniga told deputies he had been attacked by an alligator near a water treatment plant.
He suffered injuries to his face, arm and underarm area.
He has been charged with fleeing police, driving with a suspended or revoked license and resisting an officer without violence.

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How would you like to have this broad mad at you?

A woman is facing life behind bars after being convicted of drugging her estranged husband, cutting off his penis and throwing it in the bin.
Catherine Kieu laced her 60-year-old victim's tofu with sleeping pills and yelled "You deserve it!" before attacking him with a 10-inch knife.
The 50-year-old was jealous about her husband's plans to divorce her because he was seeing his ex-girlfriend.
Kieu was found guilty of torture and aggravated mayhem for the July 11, 2011 attack. She will be sentenced on June 28.
Kieu, of Orange County, California, faces a maximum sentence of life in prison.

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The bodies of two men linked to the Montreal mafia have been found shot full of bullets and burned at a farmhouse in the Sicilian countryside.
Juan Ramon Fernandez, known as "Joe Bravo," and a man believed to have been his right-hand man, Fernando Pimentel, had been shot more than 30 times when they were discovered by Italian police two days ago. Police were alerted to the killing by an anonymous tip.
Authorities believe the men were lured to the deserted house for a business deal, setting up a drug-distribution corridor between Italy and Canada.
Italian police say there were search warrants out for both victims at the time of the killings. They'd been found guilty of racketeering and heroin smuggling in Canada.
Fernandez is reportedly a member of the Rizzuto clan, which has suffered significant losses in recent years as high-ranking members were assassinated by rivals.
Italian authorities said they believe the hit on the two men was ordered from Canada.

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Nova Scotians warned against burning grass!

(Sorry folks, forget you saw this.............,you're overzealous reporter thought they were talking about  weed, not brush!)
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Dear Readers: Sometimes ya just have to wonder what sort of an "asshole" some people are?

The manager of a movie theater that hired an actor dressed as a gunman, like, with a fake rifle and body armor or whatever, to come in and give its Iron Man 3 audiences a little PTSD thrill, is sorry he’s not sorry! Like, what part of “entertainment” do you not understand, Jefferson City, Missouri, police who responded to several calls about a dude with a rifle walking into opening night of a superhero movie! Really, what is the worst that could have happened?
Read more at http://wonkette.com/515843/theater-just-trying-to-give-audiences-a-little-fun-with-actor-dressed-as-gunman-whats-the-big-deal#Sx1Gizj0EGxHwT98.99

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When Linda and Jay Mathews moved back to their native California nearly two years ago — after 20 years in New York and Washington — they found their dream home in Pasadena. It had everything they wanted, plus a few items not on their shopping list. Among the latter: solar panels on the roof that keep their electric bill to about $100 a year, less than what they paid each month when they were living in the East.
Moreover, because the power generated by their panels contributes to the region's overall electric grid, they also receive credit for energy they produce but don't use — a policy known as "net metering," which adds additional savings to their overall electric costs.

I only bring this up because I own a Solar company and we are getting into "Net Metering" for S.W. Ontario!

And Finally!