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Old 06-15-2013, 04:13 PM   #481
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Mmmm....yummy.....

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2340988/The-EYEBALL-LICKING-craze-thats-sweeping-Japan-causing-surge-eye-infections.html?ito=feeds-newsxml

The EYEBALL LICKING craze that's sweeping Japan and causing a surge in eye infections

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Eyeball licking? Why is that even a thing?

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No doubt it started with this:

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http://www.ammoland.com/2013/06/new-ammo-cancels-free-ticket-to-terroist-paradise/#axzz2WP2IJmJ0

May be one of the most bizzare ideas ever. But if it's reasonably priced and I can get my hands on it...let's see the grubby ammo stealers buy this up and mark it up to outrageous prices. Wonder if it will have price swings due to the hog market?
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Sweet justice. What a terrible thing to do to someone.

http://news.msn.com/videos/?ap=True&videoid=04e78f75-004b-362a-030a-ae5118a63512

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Lucky kitty! (There's a good snake and *****cat joke in here....)


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Ouch! http://www.mrconservative.com/2013/06/19822-man-who-had-disease-which-caused-his-testicles-to-grow-to-140-lbs-having-them-removed-and-selling-online/

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Iowa man selling coffin gets questions about bonesFrom Associated Press
June 22, 2013 10:27 PM EDT

COUNCIL BLUFFS, Iowa (AP) — An Iowa man's online classified ad offering an oak coffin for sale neglected to mention the full skeleton inside, so police interrupted the deal and seized the bones.

The Council Bluffs Daily Nonpareil reported that the coffin belonged to the now-defunct Council Bluffs chapter of the International Order of Odd Fellows, which promotes anonymous giving to the poor.

Dave Burgstrum placed the ad on the Craigslist website to sell the coffin for $12,000 because he's trying to raise money to pay the property taxes on the fraternal organization's hall.

Burgstrum said the coffin was made in the 1900s and had been used in the group's rituals to represent death. The bones had been in there for years.

"They were just there as long as anyone could remember," said Burgstrum, who is one of a handful of remaining members of the Council Bluffs chapter of the Odd Fellows.

Burgstrum said lodge records suggest the skeleton was donated by a doctor who retired in the 1880s.

But Council Bluffs Police detective Michael Roberts said human remains cannot be sold without proper identification.

"If they had papers of origination, then they would be OK to own," Roberts said.

The skeleton was sent to the Iowa State Medical Examiner. Pottawattamie County forensic investigator Karen Foreman said it's unlikely the skeleton will be identified, but the race and gender can be determined. And if the skeleton is Native American, federal law requires that it be returned to the tribe.


Burgstrum said the laboratory is welcome to keep the skeleton. His interest has always been in selling the coffin.

"I'm ready to wheel and deal on it," he said. "I'd like to get those taxes paid."

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http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2013/06/24/wait-until-you-see-what-unexpected-animal-was-shot-in-an-indiana-backyard/

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An Indiana couple was staking out their backyard late last week, waiting for an animal thought to be behind several attacks of local pets. According to WDRB-TV, the Clark County couple was told by officials it was likely a bobcat, so they were unsurprised when they saw a large cat slunk through the backyard.
In an effort to prevent further attacks, the boyfriend shot the animal. What did surprise them was what the animal really turned out to be — a leopard. Still, a bit of mystery remains as to where exactly the leopard came from.
(Image: Donna Duke via WDRB)

Donna Duke, a local who knows who shot the leopard, told WDRB her friend’s boyfriend, who wishes to remain anonymous, was just protecting other animals.
“She’s got cats that are basically her family,” Duke said of the woman and her boyfriend who saw the animal in their backyard. ”She was trying to protect her babies.”
Indiana DNR spokesperson Phil Bloom told the ABC affiliate the department was trying to identify where the cat came from, as it is not native to North America and owning one as a pet requires a permit. A nearby wildlife refuge has said it didn’t belong to them. The Courier-Journal reported Conservation Officer Jim Hash saying based on the physical state of the leopard, “we know it has to be somebody’s pet.”
Read the comments. "Bad man kill poor kitty" comments everywhere.
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