by Buzzfeed posted Sep 19 2017 11:00AM
IT WAS FAKE NEWS PEOPLE! but that didn't stop people from sharing the news...Do yourself a favor next time...check the facts!
by Admin posted Sep 19 2017 8:34AM
If you're ever in the hole financially, don't go out and waste money on lottery tickets. It's tempting, because one big win could solve all your problems. But it never works out . . . RIGHT?

A woman named Tiffany Hatfield lives near Orlando, and decided to evacuate to get out of the path of Hurricane Irma. (We're not sure how old she is, but she looks like she's in her 30s or early 40s.)

She headed north to stay with someone in Virginia. And on her way, she stopped at a gas station in North Carolina.

While she was there, she bought a $5 scratcher ticket. And in this case, it DID work out for her.

She ended up winning TEN GRAND. And the money couldn't have come at a better time. It turns out her house was damaged in the storm. So she's using the money to fix it up.


(Here's a photo of Tiffany with her giant check.)

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by Time Mag posted Sep 18 2017 10:00AM
Just in case you need someone to tell you this, don't paint your entire face with pink glitter poster paint. Because, well, it's poster paint. Twitter user LeleTill posted pictures of herself completely covered in a violent shade of pink, and complained that it didn't wash off. "See you in court, Palmer Paint Products!" she wrote. She got a flood of replies from people who told her, gently and otherwise, that poster paint wasn't the same thing as face paint. She posted a follow-up photo, clean-faced and smiling, and said it was all a joke anyway.

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People : Palmer Paint
by Admin posted Sep 18 2017 8:24AM
Here's more proof for my theory that if ANY item in the world has a hole in it, some dude somewhere will try to have sex with it.

A guy was at the gym in Worms, in western Germany on Friday . . . grabbed one of those weight plates you put on a barbell . . . and tried to have sex with it.

And, of course, his junk got stuck.

Firefighters came to help, but they couldn't wriggle him out . . . so they had to saw the weight off. And it took them THREE HOURS of sawing to finally get him free.

Luckily for the guy, it was a small five-pound plate . . . if it had been one of those 45-pound plates, it might've taken DAYS.

As far as we know, the guy is doing okay.

(Daily Mail)

(Here's a photo of the shattered weight.)

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by Admin posted Sep 18 2017 6:34AM

"It" had another amazing weekend at the box office, taking in another $60 million. But it wasn't a great weekend for ALL horror.

Critics were confused by . . . and downright hostile to . . . Darren Aronofsky's "Mother!", which probably contributed to its $7.5 million opening take. That was the worst opening weekend for JENNIFER LAWRENCE, by the way.

Here's the Top 10 . . .

1. "It", $60 million. Up to $218.7 million in its 2nd week.

2. NEW: "American Assassin", $14.8 million.

3. NEW: "Mother!", $7.5 million.

4. "Home Again", $5.3 million. Up to $17.1 million in its 2nd week.

5. "The Hitman's Bodyguard", $3.6 million. Up to $70.4 million in its 5th week.

6. "Annabelle: Creation", $2.6 million. Up to $99.9 million in its 6th week.

7. "Wind River", $2.55 million. Up to $29.1 million in its 7th week.

8. "Leap!", $2.1 million. Up to $18.7 million in its 4th week.

9. "Spider-Man: Homecoming", $1.9 million. Up to $330.3 million in its 11th week.

10. "Dunkirk", $1.3 million. Up to $185.1 million in its 9th week.

Originally posted on September 18th, 2017
by Robbie Daniels posted Sep 15 2017 10:00AM
Washington Post

One of America's most advanced nuclear submarines returned to port in Washington state this week flying a Jolly Roger alongside the Stars and Stripes. It seems everybody loved it, but nobody knew quite what it meant. A Scottish journalist, Ian Keddie, reports that it is a tradition dating back to World War I, when the commander of a British ship raised the iconic pirate flag to signal that his crew had sunk an enemy warship. The suggestion is that the U.S.S. Jimmy Carter pulled off a secret mission of some sort. We may never know. (FoxNews)

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by Admin posted Sep 15 2017 8:00AM
This was either a creative strategy to try to hide during a police chase . . . or a TERRIBLE strategy to get a job.

A 26-year-old guy named Jose Jimenez from Westwood, Massachusetts ran over a cop's foot when he sped off during a traffic stop last week. The police spotted him driving again on Tuesday, and the chase was on.

At one point, Jose managed to get a little distance from the cops. So he pulled into a parking lot, ditched his Toyota Camry, and ran into a cell phone store . . . where he started applying for a job.

And it wasn't a terrible hiding plan, because the manager took Jose back into his office for an interview.

The manager says he had no idea that Jose was on the run because, quote, "He introduced himself to me, cool as a cucumber. No sweaty hands, clean shirt, pretty well groomed."

But the interview didn't go great, because about halfway through, a police dog popped up at the window and started barking like crazy. The cops busted into the store and arrested Jose.

He's been hit with several charges.

(CBS 4 - Boston)

(Here's a surveillance shot of Jose asking for a job.)

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Location : BostonMassachusetts
People : Jose Jimenez
by Dave Jacobs posted Sep 15 2017 7:57AM
by Admin posted Sep 15 2017 6:44AM
There's a 50-year-old, filthy-rich guy named Marc Bell who lives in Boca Raton, Florida. And he made a lot of his money PEDDLING filth. He used to own "Penthouse" magazine. So judge him if you want, but check this out . . .

He's on the board of directors for a foster kids program. And about 70 of the kids had nowhere to go after their shelters got slammed by Hurricane Irma.

So this week, he and his wife invited all the kids to come stay with THEM in their $30 million MANSION.

It's about 27,000 square feet with eight bedrooms . . . 16 bathrooms . . . a pool . . . a basketball court . . . a home theater . . . and a game room that includes a pool table, air hockey, and a ton of arcade games.

They also hired a guitar player the other day to come do a sing-a-long. They brought manicurists in to do all the girls' nails. And they hired an entertainer named Bobby the Balloon Guy to perform.

It's not clear how long the kids are staying, but Marc and his wife say it was a no-brainer. It sounds like they'll be there at least until their shelters get fixed up and have power again.

If you want to help with repairs, there's a GoFundMe page where you can donate. Just search for "Help the Kids of S.O.S." on

(Miami Herald)
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People : Marc Bell
by Admin posted Sep 14 2017 7:24AM

It's not cheap to have a baby at a hospital these days. So if you're worried about the cost, maybe check out this Burger King in north Jersey. (???)

A couple in Denville Township, New Jersey called 911 around 7:30 P.M. last Friday when they couldn't make it to the hospital to have their baby. So they pulled over in a Burger King parking lot. (Denville is about 30 miles northwest of Manhattan.)

Two cops and some firefighters ended up delivering the baby right there in the parking lot. They had a boy, and everyone's doing fine.

Now here's the crazy part. The next day, the exact same thing happened AGAIN.

Another couple called 911 Saturday night when they couldn't make it to the hospital, and pulled over in the same Burger King parking lot. Then the SAME TWO COPS showed up and delivered that baby too.

The second couple also had a boy. We haven't seen the cops' names listed anywhere. But a police spokesman says they were very happy they were there to help both couples.

( / Daily Record)

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