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Old 2008-05-26, 21:14   Link #901
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just wow man how do you lose cannabis lol they fail
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Old 2008-05-27, 21:51   Link #902
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Old 2008-05-29, 07:56   Link #903
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Old 2008-05-29, 08:02   Link #904
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just wow man how do you lose cannabis lol they fail
They should train their dogs in a DEA school.
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Old 2008-05-30, 09:04   Link #905
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It is amazing what some people find in their closets.
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Old 2008-05-30, 10:44   Link #906
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^ In a way quite creepy isn't it? Food disappearing from your fridge, weird noises in the night. And lo, it's a "skeleton" in your closet that's responsible!
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Old 2008-05-30, 23:01   Link #907
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http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/7426794.stm

An Isolated Tribe Spotted in Brazil

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The photos were taken during several flights over one of the most remote parts of the Amazon rainforest in Brazil's Acre region.

They show tribe members outside thatched huts, surrounded by the dense jungle, pointing bows and arrows up at the camera.
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Old 2008-05-30, 23:18   Link #908
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http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/7426794.stm

An Isolated Tribe Spotted in Brazil
That is quite hilarious ^^
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Old 2008-05-31, 02:22   Link #909
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http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/7426794.stm

An Isolated Tribe Spotted in Brazil
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ukEXqMfFP_o

found this while checking it on youtube.. lol >.<
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Old 2008-06-01, 12:03   Link #910
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It's raining cash

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Indonesia (June 1, 08): An Indonesian businessman has scattered 100 million rupiah (US$10,700) in banknotes from a plane to promote his new motivational book. His plane flew over a sports field in Serang city, 60km (40 miles) west of Jakarta, dropping four loads of bills of small denomination.

Mr Tung Desem Waringin said he would rather share money for a promotional campaign with people who needed it. Mr Tung, 42, admitted his scheme was a little "crazy", but said he had wanted to create "a rain of money" over Jakarta, but was refused permission amid security concerns.

- BBC News
I would laugh except that it also happens to be a sadly pathetic sight, where poor people are being treated like show monkeys on a crass reality show.
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Old 2008-06-01, 16:45   Link #911
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ukEXqMfFP_o

found this while checking it on youtube.. lol >.<
That was....interesting. I didn't think they'd care what brand they wore.
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Old 2008-06-04, 19:27   Link #912
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Woman 'Married' to Berlin Wall for 29 Years (yes, seriously)

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"The Great Wall of China's attractive, but he’s too thick – my husband is sexier."
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Old 2008-06-21, 19:18   Link #913
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Australia beats US to title of most obese nation, report finds

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Described as the most thorough study of the problem in Australia for a decade, it also shows that 26 per cent of adults, or four million people, are obese. Researchers say that the once mid-ranking nation, in terms of obesity, now weighs in at the top.
We cannot call the US the champion of heavyweight any more.
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Old 2008-06-21, 20:11   Link #914
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Australia beats US to title of most obese nation, report finds



We cannot call the US the champion of heavyweight any more.
Damn... First China passes us as the world's leading polluter, now Australia passes us as the fatest nation. Is there anything Americans can take pride in anymore?
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Old 2008-06-21, 20:51   Link #915
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Australia beats US to title of most obese nation, report finds



We cannot call the US the champion of heavyweight any more.
What happened? Did the Americans get thinner or was it the world that got fatter? <_<
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Old 2008-06-21, 22:11   Link #916
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Times Online:
Australia beats US to title of most obese nation, report finds



We cannot call the US the champion of heavyweight any more.
And where proud of being the fat nation. Whoaa ya! Time to let the flab fly. We win suckers. Nah nah a nah na
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Old 2008-06-21, 23:36   Link #917
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What happened? Did the Americans get thinner or was it the world that got fatter? <_<
I think the latter is nearer to the truth. According to the report by the US government, Americans have gotten fatter continuously. But Australians have increased their weight at an even higher rate.
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Old 2008-06-26, 12:24   Link #918
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US and Iraq fought again... Over soccer

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MULTAKA, Iraq — A soccer game on a dirt field between two amateur teams_ one U.S. Army soldiers, one local Iraqis — may not seem like a big deal in the scope of the wider war.

Especially when it's a blow-out by the Iraqis; when both teams are playing in running shoes, not cleats; when the nets are thin blue mesh; and when only a couple hundred fans brave the 108-degree temperature in this town due west of Kirkuk.

But the recent match between members of the 87th Infantry's 1st battalion and several young men from the Sons of Iraq meant much more than the 9-0 score.

For one thing, it was the third time in recent days when American soldiers donned shorts and "Salute to Our Fallen Heroes" T-shirts to go head-to-head and foot-to-foot with teams of opponents who, only months ago, may have been trying to kill them.

For another, the soldiers were playing without body armor — a sign of improved security in the sandy Hawijah District patrolled by units of the 10th Mountain Division from Fort Drum, N.Y.

The soccer-playing Sons of Iraq here and in two neighboring towns, many of them former Iraqi militiamen, helped make it possible. They're paid to watch their own neighborhoods for "special groups," the umbrella term now used by coalition forces to describe Iranian-backed cells and other foes. The Sons, previously called Awakening Councils, also offer tips on strangers in the area, where to find weapons caches, where a fresh homemade bomb has been planted.

"Having them as part of the equation has been really helpful," said Maj. Sean Wilson at the 10th Mountain Division's headquarters at Forward Operating Base Warrior on Kirkuk Regional Airbase.

Tips on weapons caches and other militarily useful information are up 50 percent since late last year and violence is down 90 percent, the Garden Grove, Calif., native said.

The soccer game and its two predecessors (also won by the Iraqis) were meant to be confidence-builders in the expanded American effort to win — if not hearts and minds of their former adversaries — at least a growing sense of solidarity.

"This is the sort of thing you see as a turning point," said an enthusiastic Maj. Gen. Mark Hertling, commander of the 1st Armored Division and Multi-National Division North based in Mosul. "For the mayor and chief of police (of Multaka) to take the risk to be here — this is history being made."

Khalid, 14, dressed in a plaid shirt, sweat pants and rubber sandals, would agree. "Ee-rock 5, Ameriki zay-ro," he delighted in telling an American after Sufian Ali, 20, headed in one of his four goals. Added Abu Seif, mayor of the town of 8,500: "In the beginning we were dealing with terrorists. Now we see Americans and Iraqis play a soccer match-and that's a historic event."

Even as the two silver trophies waited to be awarded — the winners' was slightly larger — U.S. soldiers with M-16s and Iraqi security and police forces with AK-47s and pistols patrolled the sidelines, just in case.

Before the soccer game, both the American and Iraqi national anthems were played. At halftime, Hertling stood with the mayor and handed out soccer jerseys, pants and sweats to dozens of Iraqi boys. ("Girls no play soccer," Khalid, an aspiring center midfielder, explained as he clutched a new pair of sweat pants.) And after the 60-minute rout, members of both teams filed by to shake hands and exchange high-fives.

Leading scorer Ali, who one day hopes to play for Iraq's national team — now desperately trying to advance in World Cup qualifying games — was diplomatic about his team's easy win.

"We are a younger team," he said through an interpreter. "The Americans are a bit older. They play with a lot of enthusiasm-but they don't control the ball very well."

Said Hertling: "You lose a game, but you win a lot of friends."

"Next time," added Maj. Wilson, "dodge ball."
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Old 2008-06-28, 12:07   Link #919
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School Closed Due to Ninja

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BARNEGAT 輸 ninja sighting in the woods near the Robert L. Horbelt Elementary School prompted a brief lockdown of the township's public schools before authorities realized the suspect in question was actually a camp counselor heading toward a costume party.

Shortly after 9 a.m. Wednesday, police received a call from a librarian at the local Ocean County Library branch on Burr Street reporting that a man dressed as a ninja, carrying a large sword, was running through the woods, Lt. Patrick Shaffery said. Police than initiated a lock-down of the five schools as a precaution, police said.

The lock-down ・which restricts movement in and out of school buildings ・was lifted by 9:30 a.m. after police learned the man in question was actually a camp counselor on his way to a costume-themed day at the Russell O. Brackman Middle School. The counselor, who was wearing a black karate gi and carrying a plastic sword, was running late and decided to take a shortcut through the woods, Shaffery said.
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Old 2008-06-30, 04:05   Link #920
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Is that the entire article? The link is broken and I want to read more.
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