"Officer, I Didn't Know The  Gun Was Loaded"
"Officer, I Didn't Know The Gun Was Loaded"
Arthur Sedille was upfront with police: he would often put a gun to his wife's head during fantasy sex play.

But Sedille said he didn't know the gun was loaded when he pressed it to his wife's head and pulled the handgun's slide back during sex on the night of December 21. picked by suebe 4 weeks ago
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 LOOK UP! Quadrantid meteor shower on the 3rd or 4th of January
LOOK UP! Quadrantid meteor shower on the 3rd or 4th of January
Many meteor-watching veterans will tell you that the Quadrantids put on one of the very best displays of shooting stars all year. And this year moonlight will not be a factor, because the moon is new on the night of January 3–4, when the shower peaks. picked by kakana 4 weeks ago
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 North Korea threatens nuclear 'holy war' with South
North Korea threatens nuclear 'holy war' with South
A North Korean official said this week that his country's troops "are making preparations to begin a holy war" including nuclear weapons. Seoul promises 'merciless counterattack' if provoked picked by Bornbad 4 weeks ago
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 Husband facing five years in jail after hacking wife's email
Husband facing five years in jail after hacking wife's email
Man suspects wife is having an affair. He uses the passwords she often writes down and verifies this. Police charge him as a hacker and ID thief. Now he could face up to five years in prison. picked by NoPantsMan 4 weeks ago
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 Daniel Balsam Quits Job, Makes Living Suing Email Spammers
Daniel Balsam Quits Job, Makes Living Suing Email Spammers
Daniel Balsam hates spam. Most everybody does, of course. But he has acted on his hate as few have, going far beyond simply hitting the delete button. He sues them. Eight years ago, Balsam was working as a marketer when he received one too many e-mail pitches to enlarge his breasts. Enraged, he launched a Web site called Danhatesspam.com, quit a career in marketing to go to law school and is ma... read full post picked by cecilberman 4 weeks ago
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 New Years Traditions from Around the World.
New Years Traditions from Around the World.
Broken down by country. Some very interesting traditions for the holiday. picked by donteatpoop 4 weeks ago
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 Ivory Queen of soul has gone to The Great Gig in the Sky
Ivory Queen of soul has gone to The Great Gig in the Sky
Teena Marie died Sunday at only 54 years of age. picked by Moe 4 weeks ago
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 'Eternal' solar plane's records are confirmed
'Eternal' solar plane's records are confirmed
The UK-built solar-powered Zephyr aeroplane has been confirmed as a record-breaker following its non-stop two-week flight earlier this year. picked by scififan2715 1 month ago
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 Cambridge university refuses to censor student's thesis on chip-and-PIN vulnerabilities
Cambridge university refuses to censor student's thesis on chip-and-PIN vulnerabilities
After the UK banking trade association wrote to Cambridge university to have a student's master's thesis censored because it documented a well-known flaw in the chip-and-PIN system, Cambridge's Ross Anderson sent an extremely stiff note in reply: picked by JoshSF49 1 month ago
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 NASA discovers amino acids on an ‘impossible’ meteorite
NASA discovers amino acids on an ‘impossible’ meteorite
NASA astrobiologists have discovered amino acids -- a core building block of life -- in a type of meteorite previously thought unable to harbour such complex organic molecules. Its surprise discovery has caused the agency to rethink basic assumptions of how the acids are formed. picked by NoPantsMan 1 month ago
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 41 Years With A Pearl In His Ear
41 Years With A Pearl In His Ear
When he was five, little Calvin Wright stuck a pearl in his ear after it fell off his mom's necklace. 41 years later, it finally came out. "I notice I can hear myself better," he says. picked by suebe 1 month ago
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 He Spoke A Few Words, Then Went To His Work
He Spoke A Few Words, Then Went To His Work
Sharing some early-morning cocoa with a right jolly old elf who spreads wisdom and speaks Klingon. picked by bingo 1 month ago
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 How a Handful of Merrill Lynch Bankers Helped Blow Up Their Own Firm
How a Handful of Merrill Lynch Bankers Helped Blow Up Their Own Firm
Within Merrill Lynch, some traders called it a "million for a billion" -- meaning a million dollars in bonus money for every billion taken on in Merrill mortgage securities. Others referred to it as "the subsidy." One former executive called it bribery. The group was being compensated for how much it took, not whether it made money. The group, created in 2006, accepted tens o... read full post picked by cecilberman 1 month ago
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 A Solitary Jailhouse Lawyer Argues His Way Out of Prison
A Solitary Jailhouse Lawyer Argues His Way Out of Prison
"'Needle in a haystack' doesn't communicate it exactly. Is it more like lightning striking your house?" says Adele Bernard, who runs the Post-Conviction Project at Pace Law School in New York, which investigates claims of wrongful conviction. "It's so unbelievably hard…that it's almost impossible to come up with something that captures that." picked by dollyllama 1 month ago
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 Iceberg ropers
Iceberg ropers
Marine biologist Andrew Perry works for a Canadian company that ropes icebergs and tows them away from stationary instillations like oil drilling platforms. picked by b2run 1 month ago
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 Print Your Dinner
Print Your Dinner
Printing your food is getting closer to reality as Cornell University scientists jump on the bandwagon.

Yummy! picked by suebe 1 month ago
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 Paralympian's recovery: Legs regained, dreams lost
Paralympian's recovery: Legs regained, dreams lost
Competing "was such a passion," she told The Associated Press from her apartment, filled with Paralympic medals and mementos, weight machines and her idle handbike and wheelchair. "It's difficult because I need to find a new purpose in life." picked by dollyllama 1 month ago
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 Stranded gray fox gets a big lift
Stranded gray fox gets a big lift
With out a minute to spare Thursday, authorities from two counties plucked a half-frozen-but-still-wily gray fox from its shrinking refuge of Hudson River ice -- capping a four-and-a-half-hour rescue that ranged from the ingenious to the absurd. picked by dollyllama 1 month ago
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 Get out the Kleenex
Get out the Kleenex
A bride to be experienced a true gift from a stranger, and just in time.

Let's set our religious differences aside and just appreciate the moment, shall we? picked by meggysue 1 month ago
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 Romanian jumps from Parliament balcony to protest budget cuts
Romanian jumps from Parliament balcony to protest budget cuts
Protesting austerity measures, a Romanian public-television technician jumped off a balcony in Parliament today during a speech by the country's prime minister. (Video in the article). picked by tomba 1 month ago
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 Eight-Year-Olds Published in Scientific Journal For Elementary School Project on Bees
Eight-Year-Olds Published in Scientific Journal For Elementary School Project on Bees
The budding scientists, working under the "light supervision" of a neuroscientist from University College, London, trained bees to go to targets of varying colors by rewarding them with sugar. They reported that the bees were capable of learning and remembering cues based on color and pattern -- a finding that the Royal Society called "a genuine advance." picked by B-MoreRavensFan 1 month ago
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 How Reindeer Fly - With Magic Mushrooms
How Reindeer Fly - With Magic Mushrooms
Reindeer deliberately seek out the mind-bending fungi to escape the monotony of dreary, long winters. Herdsmen then drink their pee to get a secondary high. Explains all that flying, doesn't it? picked by suebe 1 month ago
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 Even Pat Robertson Agrees: Marijuana Prohibition is Ruining Young People
Even Pat Robertson Agrees: Marijuana Prohibition is Ruining Young People
The famed televangelist had this to say on his 700 Club program: “I’m not exactly for the use of drugs, don’t get me wrong, but I just believe that criminalizing marijuana, criminalizing the possession of a few ounces of pot, that kinda thing it’s just, it’s costing us a fortune and it’s ruining young people. Young people go into prisons, they go in as youths an... read full post picked by B-MoreRavensFan 1 month ago
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 Bank of America Wants You to Know Its Executives Don’t Suck
Bank of America Wants You to Know Its Executives Don’t Suck
As Bank of American awaits a possible release of information from WikiLeaks, it wants to ensure that you don’t think its executives suck. Or blow for that matter. The company has been aggressively registering domain names including its Board of Directors’ and senior executives’ names followed by “sucks” and “blows”. For example, the company registered a ... read full post picked by cecilberman 1 month ago
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 How can you live forever?  Technological Singularity
How can you live forever? Technological Singularity
A long article but well worth the read. Are we approaching the point where we can replace parts of our brain with machines? picked by Moe 1 month ago
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