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July 2, 2008 in
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Wow that is big.
Who gets to eat it?
November 21, 2013
eet's mine juu mether fackers....!!!
October 7, 2014
OH NOOO!!!! We all need to get our Muslamic ray guns!
I do think that rule is a bit too strict.
Bolters are punished by being more wary the second time enough.
I always thought they had 2 chances....the 1st one they got a yellow card and were under caution then the 2nd one, whoever it was, would be sent to the stands
I think it was, this is a new rule.
Leroy Luetscher was working in his back garden when he dropped a pair of pruning shears, which landed point-side down in the ground.
A pair of pruning shears embedded in the head of Leroy Luetscher
When Luetscher went to pick them up, he lost his balance and fell face-down on the handle. The handle penetrated his eye socket and went down into his neck, resting on the external carotid artery. Half the shears were left in his head, while the other half was sticking out.
An X-ray of Mr Luetscher's head showed the severity of the injury.
"You wouldn't believe your eyes," said doctor Julie Wynne.
Mr Luetscher was rushed to the hospital, where surgeons removed the shears and rebuilt his orbital floor with metal mesh, saving his eye.
Doctors say Mr Luetscher still has slight swelling in his eyelids and minor double vision but has otherwise recovered.
He has thanked the doctors at the University Medical Center for their remarkable work.
"I am so grateful to the doctors and staff at UMC," he said.
That must have hurt!
Yet another reason not to get out into the garden - damned dangerous places, they are!
Canadian radio stations can resume playing Dire Straits' Money For Nothing after a ban on the song was lifted.
The 1985 hit single was taken off the airwaves in January after a listener in Newfoundland complained about Mark Knopfler's use of the word "faggot".
His lyrics were deemed to be in a breach of a human rights clause in Canada's broadcasting code.
Now the Canadian Broadcast Standards Council has overturned the ruling, saying the word was used satirically.
haha same story here
Bolt... he's a card!
Yikes. Are they sure it was 'beef'?
Sounds like a rubbish Frenchman that!
Shame on him!
He should move into TV, I'm sure he could get a career like all those other meerkats.
If you don't buy me toys, I'll start smoking again: Threat to mother from boy, 4, who first started lighting up aged TWO
An Indonesian child who gained worldwide infamy for smoking aged just two years old has quit.Â But has told his mother he will smoke again unless she buys him toys.
Ardi Rizal was found by a US news show and became famous when a shocking video of him puffing on a cigarette went viral.
The show found that Rizal wasn't an isolated case in the country however when they discovered another smoker aged just two called Chairul, who lives in a fishing village in Eastern Java.
Blackmailing mum. Charming.
No news today apart from Japan women's football team arriving back in Japan.
News Station has been on 20+ minutes now, and not a peep about anything else!
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