V.20 No.51 |
The Daily Word in Christmas tragedies, puppy custody, North Korean good looks
By E.J. Maliskas [ Mon Dec 26 2011 12:07 PM ]
Sad, sad Christmas news:
A man dressed as Santa opened fire and killed several members of his family after opening presents Christmas morning.
Six members of a Connecticut family were burnt alive on Christmas day.
An Albuquerque apartment complex leaves dozens of units without heat on Christmas day.
At least one happier Christmas note: The story of the World War I Christmas truce.
Jesus' tomb is apparently actually in Japan. Who knew?
Financially struggling US cities having trouble controling sewer overflows.
Why is so cute when animals think that things that aren't real are real? Like this frog attacking tiny iPad ants.
Hey all you lucky ladies, Mel Gibson is back on the market ...
Hugh Hefner and Crystal Harris battle over custody ... of their puppy.
How Kim Jung Un's looks may help to make him more popular.
Thanks to Mossy, Nayder and Uncle Carl for the links.
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