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Posted in: Man arrested for illegal entry confesses to 2-year robbery spree See in context

It smells more like that the police are forcing him to confess to crimes they have been too incompetent to solve.

Easy way to close the books on a long list of unsolved crimes.

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Posted in: Employees reveal absurd company regulations See in context

...the only underwear we are allowed to wear is white or beige.

The company holds daily inspections?

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Posted in: Man held for assaulting neighbor over bouncing soccer ball dispute See in context

@Youdontknow - I think the father was taken to the hospital in an unconscious state, not the 14 year old boy.

Incidents like this usually have a history of conflicts between the neighbors.

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Posted in: Bunny girl See in context

Some people's lives are just a bit more interesting than others.

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Posted in: Going back home See in context

Not sure how much protection these raincoats actually provide. I guess it's more for their peace of mind than actual protection.

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Posted in: Driver pleads guilty in Utah bus crash that killed 3 Japanese See in context

I have driven through that part of the country before. It is very easy to fall asleep behind the wheel because the landscape and the drive are very boring. At times no other cars were in sight which made it even worse. I had to keep slapping myself and blasted my stereo to keep from falling asleep.

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Posted in: William, Kate marry as 2 billion tune in across globe See in context

Agree with miamum and I am an American.

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Posted in: Man found stranded since March 11 in empty town inside evacuation zone See in context

“The tsunami came right up to my doorstep,”

...and his house is still standing. I can picture the big sigh of relief.

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Posted in: NATO criticized over Libya campaign See in context

Libya is a no win situation for NATO and the west.

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Posted in: Searchers See in context

...there is no-one left to save just bodies to find.

Just read an AP article bout the reporters finding a 75 year old man, Kunio Shiga, stranded alone at his home within the evacuation zone of Fukushima since the earthquake/tsunami. He is out of water and short on food and unable to get his car started to leave the area. I guess not everyone is dead in the area.

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Posted in: Safe sushi See in context

@ExportExpert

They tried, but it was hard to keep the wasabi mask on for more than 30 seconds at a time.

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Posted in: Beyond borders See in context

Big stars from Hong Kong. Kudos!

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Posted in: Bringing a smile See in context

Clowns are scary.

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Posted in: 28-year-old man accused of punching 2-year-old boy to death See in context

I understand everyone has limits, but how many of you would actually punch a two-year old when you reach your limit?

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Posted in: Remains of the day See in context

For those who are interested. There are a couple pictures of this ship from other angles on MSN's PhotoBlog and I think they give the viewer a better idea of the size of this ship.

The name of the PhotoBlog is:

"Panoramic image of the destruction in Kesennuma, Japan"

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Posted in: Gadhafi forces overcome defenses in rebel town See in context

From what I've read Gadhafi's hold on power isn't much. It's too bad western powers have so far taken a hands off position, because with just a little more help he would be history.

Perhaps the western powers have finally learned that the enemy of my enemy is not necessary my friend, especially when it comes to the Middle East.

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Posted in: Jobs breaks from medical leave to unveil iPad 2 See in context

I am waiting for iPad 6 to come out before I get one....and it will probably be around Christmas time 2012.

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Posted in: Ready to run See in context

Nice legs....not the guy...the girl in grey stockings and boots.

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Posted in: Rescue team See in context

Good luck guys!

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Posted in: Arrested U.S. official in Pakistan is actually CIA contractor See in context

The senior Pakistani intelligence official told the AP the two men in the response vehicle that went to aid Davis, killing the bystander, have left the country. The official said the Pakistani government’s decision to let them leave was a concession to the U.S.

@GJDailleult - Davis was alone in the car. The third person who died was a motorcyclist and he was hit by a 2nd car coming to the aid of Davis. After hitting the motorcyclist, the 2nd car fled the scene and went back to the Consulate. The 2nd car never made it to Davis. The Pakistani knew the identities of the men in the 2nd car and they were allowed to leave the country.

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Posted in: E-mail has just about replaced letters and faxes. What do you think will replace e-mail in the future? See in context

I prefer strip-o-gram.

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Posted in: Japan rolling out red carpet for pandas See in context

The remarkable thing is that if Kim Jong Il doesn't nuke Tokyo, this will probably be the biggest story of the week.

Actually this is a really smart military defence move by the Japanese; as long as the pandas are in Tokyo, NK would not dare nuke Tokyo.

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Posted in: Challenger: 25 years later, a still painful wound See in context

I remember watching it live on TV.

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Posted in: GSDF drills See in context

That makes a rather large and unprotected target for the enemies.

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Posted in: Many global charities reported a drop in private, corporate and governmental donations in 2010 due to the ongoing recession and "donor fatigue" over the numerous requests for help in the aftermath of See in context

On top of what smartacus and EE said, some of the top executives of these so call non-profit charities have huge salaries into six or seven figures U.S. dollars. It's a real disgrace. I am not contributing to their big salaries.

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Posted in: Fireworks blamed for death of 3,000 birds over Arkansas town See in context

Updated estimate is roughly 5000 birds and a state veterinarian tells NBC that preliminary necropsy results from several birds show that they died of "multiple blunt trauma to their vital organs," though what caused the trauma remains uncertain. According to Dr. George Badley, their stomachs were empty, so they weren't poisoned, and they died in midair, not upon impact with the ground.

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Posted in: Saitama woman held for murder after setting fire to husband See in context

I wonder how long have they been married? She must have been simmering for a very long time and really hated him to do something so cruel.

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Posted in: Deer me See in context

There is no such thing as year of the deer.

The deer is probably quite familiar with people petting and feeding it.

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Posted in: Publisher confirms Julian Assange book deal See in context

I wonder if he would live long enough to finish his book.

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Posted in: Rabbit season See in context

Kawaii....rabbits make good pets. My friend's rabbit has the run of the house and is buddy buddy with the cat and the dog.

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