Thursday, January 28, 2010
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The driver starts getting mad at the noisy kid, who continues with, "If my dad was an elephant and my mom a girl elephant I would be a little elephant."
The kid goes on with several animals until the bus driver gets angry and yells at the kid, "What if your dad was gay and your mom was a prostitute?!"
The kid smiles and says, "I would be a bus driver!"
Saturday, January 23, 2010
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Friday, January 22, 2010
Thursday, January 21, 2010
These are the exclusive first photos of Tiger Woods in rehab for sexual addiction at a clinic in Hattiesburg, Mississippi.
The golfing great has not been seen in public since crashing his car into a tree shortly after Thanksgiving.
He checked into the Gentle Path program, part of Pine Grove Behavioral Health and Addiction Services.
The photos of Tiger appear in the new issue of the National Enquirer.
Multiple sources confirmed to RadarOnline.com that Tiger is being treated at the clinic which features a sexual addiction program created by Dr. Patrick Carnes, who has pioneered treatment for sexually compulsive behavior.
The Enquirer broke the world exclusive story of Tiger's five-month affair with Rachel Uchitel. After that report appeared, more than 14 women were linked to Tiger as his secret life of cheating became public.
Now the Enquirer is reporting exclusive details of Tiger's treatment and has solved the mystery of his location since Thanksgiving. The Enquirer photos, taken from far away, are grainy and it is difficult to see Tiger's face. He is wearing a hoodie and a baseball cap, making it even more difficult to see details.
But the new report leaves little doubt that it is Tiger. Magnification of the photos also shows facial hair that he has sported in the past and adds more detail.
And an eyewitness confirmed there was no doubt that the man in the photograph is Tiger, saying that while he was bundled up, the golfer was recognizable in person.
Tiger is living without a roommate in one of the cottages at Gentle Path. The Enquirer reports that he checked into the six-week program on December 30.
Two local TV stations have reported that Tiger is in the facility and a writer for the New York Times has also confirmed the report.
Now the Enquirer's new issue adds more details about why he checked it, the state of his marriage, and his average day in therapy.
Wednesday, January 20, 2010
Tuesday, January 19, 2010
Hmmm, unexpected ending. I was expecting feathers around that kittens mouth.
Humor aside, it's interesting how animals learn to behave based on exposure to other animals during their early life.
Had this been a cat, the parakeet would likely be dead. Instead, these two animals are likely to form a bond. It's beautiful, really. Certain biological instincts are suppressed by nurture, and a trans-species relationship is formed, while human society still deals with racism.
Monday, January 18, 2010
Here is more of this guys work...amazing!
Sunday, January 17, 2010
The female blonde mortician asks the deceased's wife how she would like the body dressed. She points out that the man does look good in the black suit he is already wearing.
The widow, however, says that she always thought her husband looked his best in blue, and that she wants him in a blue suit. She gives the Blonde mortician a blank check and says, 'I don't care what it costs, but please have my husband in a blue suit for the viewing.'
The woman returns the next day for the wake. To her delight, she finds her husband dressed in a gorgeous blue suit with a subtle chalk stripe; the suit fits him perfectly.
She says to the mortician, 'Whatever this cost, I'm very satisfied. You did an excellent job and I'm very grateful. How much did you spend?'
To her astonishment, the blonde mortician presents her with the blank check.
'There's no charge,' she says.
'No, really, I must compensate you for the cost of that exquisite blue suit!' she says.
'Honestly, ma'am,' the blonde says, 'it cost nothing. You see, a deceased gentleman of about your husband's size was brought in shortly after you left yesterday, and he was wearing an attractive blue suit. I asked his wife if she minded him going to his grave wearing a black suit instead, and she said it made no difference as long as he looked nice.'
'So I just switched the heads.'
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Police pick up freshman senator suspected of DUI
Nebraska District State Senator 46 Danielle Conrad, previously elected as Danielle Nantkes of Lincoln was driving east on P Street in the south lane in her 1990 Dodge Spirit at 1 a.m. when she collided with a southbound Caterpillar front-end loader, according to Officer Katherine Finnell. She said the snow plow had not quite cleared the intersection at 19th Street when Conrad hit the right rear of it, causing $1,500 damage to her own car.
The snow plow driver, Timothy Brabb of Lincoln, called police.
Conrad, 29, told the officer she tried to stop but couldn’t because of the snow, according to the accident report. Finnell said the officer observed signs of impairment and said Conrad smelled of alcohol, had slurred speech, noticeably impaired balance and bloodshot, watery eyes.
Conrad allegedly refused to take field sobriety tests or a preliminary breath test at the scene and was taken to the police station, where she refused a chemical test, according to Finnell.
Police cited her on suspicion of negligent driving, misdemeanor driving under the influence and refusal of a preliminary breath test and chemical test.
Then they took her to Cornhusker Place detox center, which is often what police do when DUI suspects live in Lincoln, don’t have a record of failures to appear and are accused of misdemeanors, Finnell said. By state law, police couldn’t arrest her. According to Article III, Section 15 of the Nebraska State Constitution, state senators — except in cases of treason, felony allegations or a breach of the peace — are privileged from arrest during the session and 15 days before and after.
She issued a written statement apologizing for the accident Wednesday afternoon.
“I was involved in a property damage incident last night. Alcohol was a factor. No one was hurt,” Nantkes said. “I humbly apologize to my constituents, colleagues, friends and the public.”
She said she would get an alcohol evaluation and follow all recommendations.
Also see this article on Danielle Conrad discussing why she didn’t return a phone call and e-mail asking her to address the concerns of her District 46 constituents interviewed by the Journal Star.