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(NEWSER) – Furious audience members killed two members of a band in Mexico after being told the music had to stop. The band—faced with demands for more from a group of drunk, aggressive audience members—had already played one encore at the Guadalajara bar before the owner pulled the plug long after closing time, the New York Daily News reports.
One of the instigators threw a grenade at the stage after the music stopped. The band fled for the exit but musicians were met with a hail of bullets that killed two of them, including 22-year-old bandleader Jonathan Martinez. Police believe the attackers were connected to drug gangs, but they have little to go on, as nobody was able to provide details about the shooters' getaway vehicle.

MIAMI — Burglars snorted the cremated remains of a man and two dogs in the mistaken belief that they had stolen illegal drugs, Florida sheriff's deputies said Wednesday.

The ashes were taken from a woman's home in the central Florida town of Silver Springs Shores on Dec. 15. The thieves took an urn containing the ashes of her father and another container with the ashes of her two Great Danes, along with electronic equipment and jewelry, the Marion County Sheriff's Office said.

Investigators learned what happened to the ashes after they arrested five teens in connection with another burglary attempt at a nearby home last week.

"The suspects mistook the ashes for either cocaine or heroin. It was soon discovered that the suspects snorted some of the ashes believing they were snorting cocaine," the sheriff's report said.

Once they realized their error, the suspects discussed returning the remaining ashes but threw them in a lake instead because they thought their fingerprints were on the containers, sheriff's spokesman Judge Cochran said.

Police divers were trying to recover the ashes. The suspects were jailed on numerous charges of burglary and other crimes.
According to People, Sandra Bullock's ex-husband and the tattoo artist are getting married.
"You know sometimes the public and press gets it wrong. This is one of those times. 2010 was actually the best year of my life because I fell in love with my best friend. An amazing woman who stood behind me when the world turned their backs," Jesse told the mag. "I have never met anyone so kind and loving and committed to making the world a better place every day," he continued. "My love for her is beyond description. So honored that she said 'yes.'"
Kat Von D, she's dumber then a box of rocks and about as pretty as one too. Jesse talks like he's spent too much time inside confined garages without proper ventilation.

I can't imagine how painful listening to a conversation between those two would be...uuuhhhhhhh....they're like Beavis and Butt-head, if Butt-head had a vagina.
An Abington man is being charged with creating bombs at his former address in Abington after police had been told the man was blowing up snow banks to avoid shoveling the snow.

Abington Police Chief David Majenski said Leo J. Powers, 23, with a last known address of 45 Margaret Road, Abington, is being charged with threats to commit a crime and possession of incendiary devices.

After serving Powers with an emergency restraining order at a rooming house he was staying in on Washington Street in Abington, police learned Powers had a box of ammunition and a box with “some sort of powder” in it at his former address, according to Majenski.

According to Majenski, police were told Powers had devised a way to use the materials to blow up snow banks instead of shoveling the snow and had been doing it for some time.

Majenski said when police and fire officials arrived at the house, the discovered a container filled with “military-grade ammunition and other stuff, including powders of some sort.”

The Massachusetts State Police Bomb Squad was called in and the power was sent to a lab for testing.

“The results came back Saturday morning that the powder was indeed an explosive material,” Majenski said.

Powers was not arrested that night because police were not sure that the powder was explosive. They needed to get it tested first. But Majenski said Powers will soon be summonsed to court on the charges filed by the police department.

Powers, who has a firearms license, was told he needed to surrender all his weapons. He handed over a pistol and a shotgun to police, according to Majenski.

“And I have revoked his license to carry,” Majenski said. “Meanwhile, we’re investigating where he got all the weapons we confiscated and the powder. He said he got them at gun shows in Springfield but we are looking into that.”
As an Experiment, Man Wears Jeans for 15 Months Without Washing Them

Josh Le of the University of Alberta did what is fairly normal among college students, but somehow found a way to get famous for it. He wore the same pair of jeans for 15 months without ever washing them. Le’s excuse for not doing his laundry is that he wanted the raw denim to mold to the shape of his body. At the conclusion of the experiment, his jeans were tested for bacteria:

At the end of the 15 months, Le swabbed the jeans for bacteria. He then put the garb through a washing machine, after which he wore the jeans another two weeks before re-testing.

And the results surprised Le and his professor, Rachel McQueen.

“They were similar,” McQueen said of the bacteria count of the freshly washed pair, compared to the prewashing levels. “I expected they would still be much lower than after 15 months.”

In all, there were five kinds of skin bacteria in the jeans, and mostly in the crotch area, where between 8,500 and 10,000 bacterial units per square centimetre were found. However, McQueen said because Le was healthy, with no skin problems or cuts, there was no health concern.

Controlling odour was a different concern, Le said, admitting the jeans began to smell after a few months.

He solved that problem, however.

“I triple-bagged them and put them in the freezer,” he said.

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In high school I read "No One Gets Out Of Here Alive" the Jim Morrison Autobiography. I really identifyed with Jim back then. After reading about Morrison living in his leather pants for a week I thought I would give it a try. It really did not do anything for me musically. It just grossed out my girlfriend. In retrospect I dont think anything I learned in that book was really o hell yeah..redeming not at all
Securb Wrote:In high school I read "No One Gets Out Of Here Alive" the Jim Morrison Autobiography.

I've read that book a few times.

SARASOTA, Fla., Feb. 15 (UPI) -- Authorities in Florida said a homeless man sent to jail Friday was found to be concealing 30 items in a condom hidden in his rectum.

The Sarasota County Sheriff's Office said Neil Lansing, 33, had been jailed following a Friday court appearance on undisclosed charges when corrections deputies performing a routine cell block search noticed a piece of condom sticking out of Lansing's rectum, the Sarasota Herald-Tribune reported Tuesday.

Officials said they removed the condom and it was found to contain 17 blue pills, a cigarette, six matches, one flint, an empty syringe with an eraser covering the needle, a lip balm container, an unused condom, a pharmacy receipt and a coupon.

The sheriff's office said Lansing, who is being held without bond, is facing charges of possessing a drug and a tobacco product in jail.
Speng Wrote:Officials said they removed the condom and it was found to contain 17 blue pills, a cigarette, six matches, one flint, an empty syringe with an eraser covering the needle, a lip balm container, an unused condom, a pharmacy receipt and a coupon.

Always keep your receipts!

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