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Friday, March 20, 2015

Tit for Tat!

It all started when a woman got out of line inside an Athens convenience store, according to police.

The 28-year-old man behind her moved up to the counter to pay for his purchases, he told police. But when the woman came back, she was irritated the man had moved ahead of her, and she let him know.

There was a verbal disagreement inside the Lexington Road Marathon store early Monday. Then, it spilled outside the store, according to the police report.

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“He told me that when they went outside of the store, the female bumped him with her breasts and threatened to beat him up,” the report states. “He indicated that he felt he was assaulted.”

The man said the woman was with other men at the time of the alleged assault. The group left in a car, but the alleged victim was able to get the tag number.

Police identified the accused woman, but were unable to contact her, the report states. No charges had been filed in the case as of Wednesday evening, according to Clarke County jail records.

http://www.wsoctv.com/news/news/weird-news/woman-accused-of-assaulting-man-with-her-breasts-o/nkZQp/

Well folks, this is obviously a case of “tit for tat!”

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Meanwhile, over in Montana, the quiet of Big Sandy’s block-long commercial district was disrupted Thursday afternoon when two vehicles sped into town and their seven occupants got out and began fighting.

The brawl began when three men in a car pulled up in front of a coffee shop shortly after 2 p.m. Monday, and a pickup carrying two men and two women stopped behind them, Chouteau County Sheriff Vern Burdick said.

“From what we’ve been able to gather, the initial dispute actually took place on Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation, and the pickup gave chase to the sedan,” Burdick told the Great Falls Tribune (http://gftrib.com/1F1aGER ).

The parties began fighting in the street.

All the doors were flying open, and people were getting out and running around and hitting each other,” said Cherie Stiles, one of the owners of the Bear Paw Coffee Shop and Deli.

The commotion quickly drew the attention of those in the area.

“The street was lined with people,” said Jody Thornton, who was working at Sheehy Law Office.

At one point, one of the men in the pickup fired up a chain saw and began swinging it around.

The man soon turned it off, and no one was injured, Burdick said.

One of the people in the pickup fled the farming town of 600 in the car, and three others got in the pickup, stranding three men. One had a superficial stab wound.

The car was found just north of Big Sandy and impounded.

All seven of those involved have been identified, and four have been cited for disorderly conduct, Burdick said. There will be more charges, he said.

Burdick did not say what might have prompted the fight and did not release the names of those involved. They did not live in the county, he said

Read more here: http://www.star-telegram.com/news/weird/article15318263.html#storylink=cpy

(Well,what else ya gonna do in Montana on a Thursday afternoon?)

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SO YA SAY YOU’RE IN A HURRY TO COOK BACON?

Don’t worry bunky, just use your trusty old M16 rifle!



(This is why Americans have such a fascination with guns, kids!)

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Would you be mine? Could you be mine? Won’t you be my neighbor?

Fred Rogers, the star of the classic PBS show “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood,” would’ve turned 87-years-old on March 20.

When you think of Mr. Rogers you likely think of either his miniature town or his cardigans. During every episode, Rogers would go to his coat closet and pull out a sweater for the day, which paired well with his slacks, ties and crisp white shirts.

But, there’s a touching story behind those cozy knits. In one episode, Rogers explained that his mother hand-knitted all of the cardigans worn on the show. He gave a close-up look of the designs and said, “she [his mother] makes sweaters for many different people, but that’s one of the ways she says she loves somebody.”

He also mentioned that when he wears the garments, they help him “think about his mother.”

Yep, we just shed a tear, too.

Watch the sweet video here and take a look below to see Rogers wearing some of his iconic cardigans.

The Story Behind Mister Rogers' Sweaters from The Fred Rogers Company on Vimeo.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/03/18/mister-rogers-cardigans_n_6897842.html?utm_hp_ref=entertainment&ir=Entertainment