Germany


V.23 No.15 | 4/10/2014

Odds & Ends

By Devin D. O’Leary
From Denmark to Germany, it’s funny because it happened to someone else.

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NEWS

The Daily Word in crazy Canada killer, Idaho Bigfoot, vacuum trains

White-water baldy fire now 18 percent contained.

Police in Germany believe they have arrested the porn actor accused of killing and dismembering a man, and then mailing parts of the body to Canada.

Who else didn't know that kids under 13 weren't allowed on Facebook? Well, this is possibly changing.

ABQ Ride brings back the late night schedule for those thrillingly sketchy summer night rides.

Introducing: Vacuum trains!

Students in southeast Idaho capture possible Bigfoot sighting on camera.

Ahh the cycles of life.

Products that are useful, but too humiliating to actually use.

Olivia Culpo crowned Miss USA 2012.

Some beach communities are considering fleeing inland as seas rise due to global climate changes.

Roger Clemens’ attorneys seek to force lawmaker to take the witness stand in perjury trial.

Misheard lyrics to O Fortuna.

5 stories of stupid people getting caught for felonies because of posting stuff on Facebook.

news

The Daily Word in poo tattoo, suspension for Suh, Germany inseminating you

Norwegian mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik gets no jail time after being declared insane.

Researchers find two pits next to Stonehenge that may have been used in ancient ceremonies.

The NFL suspends DT Ndamukong Suh for two games without pay after stomping a player’s arm.

First Yellow No. 5 waged war against your sperm count, now laptop wi-fi?

Get revenge on your unfaithful partner by tattooing a steaming pile of poo on their back.

Restaurants will now be able to certify the seafood you’re eating using DNA technology.

There could be a 7 percent internet sales tax for New Mexicans on purchases made online.

The German Family Minister wants to improve the country’s birthrate by offering artificial insemination to childless couples.

If you accidentally donate your entire life’s savings to Goodwill, at least you have good karma coming.

Researchers in the Netherlands are studying why going somewhere feels longer than coming back.

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