Folks, I don’t think we have to go into any long explanations about the title of today’s blog, do we?


I don’t know how to describe this next story except to give it to ya straight:
A man who hacked off his hand, threw it in a bin and set it on fire, was recovering in hospital yesterday.
imagesCAH6HI7RPolice and paramedics were called after reports that the 44-year-old was going to harm himself with a knife.
They arrived at his home in Plymouth, England, to find the gruesome scene.
The hand was pulled from the bin but it could not be saved.
(This is one guy to which you should never say: “Give me a hand, would you!”)
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And if ya think THAT”S weird: A Delaware man was arrested on suspicion of drug use after he climbed on top of an SUV, stripped naked and taunted police.
When police arrived, they ordered Darren Staats to come down from the roof, but he refused, Ivey said. The man eventually began stripping off his clothes — standing nude on top of the car. In the video, the man can be seen taunting police with hand gestures and his tongue from the roof.
Police were able to eventually pull Staats down and arrest him.
Police spokesman Chris Ivey says the man has been charged with disorderly conduct, criminal mischief and endangering the welfare of a child

‘Thor’ and wife Elsa Pataky welcome twin sons …………………….., Odin said to be pleased!

imagesRemember the 9 year old kid from North Carolina whose parents let him take a “My Little Pony” pack-pack to school?
Naturally the kid got beat up, and everyone raised a big stink about “bullying!”
Listen bunky, this wasn’t “bullying,” this was “CHILD ABUSE” ………………., for letting the boy out of the house with it!
I don’t care what they say folks, ya don’t send you son to school with one of “THESE” on his back unless he has a black belt in karate!
Folks, I don’t know what the big deal with legalizing pot is all about……………., first of all it makes you extremely lazy, and if It’s not doing that, it’s giving you a panic attack!
The best place to live in Canada isn’t scenic Vancouver or bustling Toronto — it’s the small city of St. Albert, Alta., according to an annual report.

The city of about 60,000 people just northwest of Edmonton topped MoneySense’s annual ranking of 201 communities in Canada.
“If you’re looking for the best place in Canada to live, perhaps it’s time to think small,” MoneySense’s Mark Brown wrote. “It’s easy to think residing in a modest-sized town means giving up access to all the services and amenities you need or desire, but that doesn’t have to be the case.
“Satellite communities around major centres are evolving to deliver small-town flare with big-city conveniences.”
The magazine considers dozens of factors to determine what makes a city a “great place to live,” including unemployment rates, taxes, income and home prices.
AND FINALLY: Pity the guy who marries this bitch in a few years …………………, talk about “high maintenance!”
NEW YORK – A New Jersey teenager who drew international attention when she sued her parents for financial support after leaving home in a dispute on Tuesday dropped the case against them, according to court records.
Rachel Canning, 18, filed papers to dismiss the lawsuit in New Jersey family court, saying the decision was voluntary.
The lawsuit’s dismissal ends a public battle between Canning and her parents that raised questions about the obligations of non-divorced parents in New Jersey to continue to financially support adult children after they leave home.
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Canning returned to her parents’ home in Lincoln Park, New Jersey, last week after a four-month estrangement that began when she turned 18, the legal age of adulthood.
She had sued her parents, Sean and Elizabeth Canning, for her private high school tuition, living expenses and access to a college fund, arguing that though she did not reside with them, she was not legally emancipated and therefore was entitled to their financial care.
Her parents said they would continue to pay for their daughter’s education and expenses if she returned home to complete high school.
Canning contended in her lawsuit that she was emotionally abused and effectively abandoned. Her parents argued that their daughter had disciplinary problems at home and school and would not conform to house rules that included curfews and chores.
During the estrangement, Rachel Canning had been living with a friend’s family, who also funded her lawsuit.
Attorneys for Rachel Canning and her parents did not respond to a request for comment on Tuesday.
(Reporting by Victoria Cavaliere; Editing by Barbara Goldberg and Leslie Adler)