Archive for the ‘strange’ Category


I’ll eat anything….but this

February 4, 2010


Bacon and ground pork sausage in a chocolate bar. Yeah, it’s the corn syrup that’s the problem.


Howard Stern talking about Artie Lange Suicide Attempt

January 7, 2010

That’s right. Posted here first (not that I’m bragging cause OH HELL NO I’m not) Page 6 has reported that Artie Lange tried to committ suicide the other day. Here’s the banter on the Stern show about it.


Man Rapes 2 Year Old With Curling Iron, Coakley Takes No Action

January 6, 2010

This woman REALLY believes she’s fit to be a US Senator? Are you kidding? STEP DOWN FROM THIS RACE. YOU ARE AN EMBARRASSMENT.

Some saw Coakley as lax on ’05 rape case

AG defends steps in long process

By Michael Rezendes, Globe Staff  |  January 6, 2010

In October 2005, a Somerville police officer living in Melrose raped his 23-month-old niece with a hot object, most likely a curling iron.

Keith Winfield, then 31, told police he was alone with the toddler that day and made additional statements that would ultimately be used to convict him.

But in the aftermath of the crime, a Middlesex County grand jury overseen by Martha Coakley, then the district attorney, investigated without taking action.

It was only after the toddler’s mother filed applications for criminal complaints that Coakley won grand jury indictments charging rape and assault and battery.

Even then, nearly 10 months after the crime, Coakley’s office recommended that Winfield be released on personal recognizance, with no cash bail. He remained free until December 2007, when Coakley’s successor as district attorney won a conviction and two life terms.



December 28, 2009

Actual working Guitar Hero Christmas Display

December 16, 2009

Yep, he’s really playing along to the garage door!


The most popular movie scream ever

December 11, 2009

Climate destroyed on the way to meeting about saving the world

December 7, 2009

What a pile of horsecrap.

Copenhagen climate summit: 1,200 limos, 140 private planes…produce as much carbon dioxide as a town the size of Middlesbrough.

On a normal day, Majken Friss Jorgensen, managing director of Copenhagen’s biggest limousine company, says her firm has twelve vehicles on the road. During the “summit to save the world”, which opens here tomorrow, she will have 200.

“We thought they were not going to have many cars, due to it being a climate convention,” she says. “But it seems that somebody last week looked at the weather report.”

Ms Jorgensen reckons that between her and her rivals the total number of limos in Copenhagen next week has already broken the 1,200 barrier. The French alone rang up on Thursday and ordered another 42. “We haven’t got enough limos in the country to fulfil the demand,” she says. “We’re having to drive them in hundreds of miles from Germany and Sweden.”