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Out-of-control car lands on roof of LA home
Sun Mar 24, 2013
Naah, that's in Glendale, probably another case of "driving while Armenian"...
NRA ad brings Obama kids into gun debate; White House fights back
Wed Jan 16, 2013
The NRA calling Obama an hypocrite is like the pot calling the kettle black...
5 Americans among 7 dead in Peru helicopter crash
Tue Jan 8, 2013
@Matthew Pierce: A little bit of research indeed would be helpful, as that would show you that they are only operating helicopters, not manufacturing (yet). They are flying commercial versions of the Boeing Rotorycraft Systems (fka Boeing Vertol) CH-46 Sea Knight and CH-47 Chinook helicopters. The b …
Taco Bell responds to teen's request for a custom Speedo
Mon Jan 7, 2013
Sounds like they have to ban a bean burrito now as a PED (Performance Enhancing Dish)... ROTFLMAO
'Revolutionary' banana slicer is newest target of snarky Amazon reviews
Mon Dec 31, 2012
Only in America... 80
Despite warnings, aging firefighting aircraft still flying -- and crashing
Sun Dec 23, 2012
@Kenn the Dem: Not really a possible solution, as those air refueling tankers (KC-135, military version of the Boeing 707) are stone aged by now as well (+50 years), are huge gas guzzlers and most importantly, aren't able to fly slow enough in low level flights necessary for water/retardant drops... …
'Quite surprised': Cops pull over speeding autobahn driver, discover mobile office
Fri Nov 16, 2012
Not likely, speed limits are actually quite well enforced in Germany. If he was going 130km/h in a 100km/h zone, then a $170 fine is actually on the low side. You can get get "blitzt" (photograph taken) if you exceed 5-8km/h over the limit. Only way that he got away with such a low fine is when the …
US slaps sanctions on woman accused of helping Saadi Gadhafi, son of slain Libyan leader
Thu Oct 18, 2012
He never was in France, he first fled to Libya in '79, the Saudi Arabia in '80, where he died in 2003...
U.S. works to shut down tech support scam
Wed Oct 3, 2012
Melting glacier reveals World War I ammunition
Sat Sep 1, 2012
Where does it say that the glacier melted during WWI? The ammo was placed there during the fighting and they didn't bother to remove it from this remote area (there were no helicopters back then, everything had to be carried on soldiers/mules backs). Together with the snowfall over the last 90+ year …
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