Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Odd News:Bomb-Making Teen Blasts Off Own Hand

NORTH BABYLON, New York - Suffolk County Police say a bomb-making teenager accidentally set off one of his explosives and unconfirmed reports say he may have amputated one of his hands. Officers arrived at 29 Pell Avenue in North Babylon, Long Island just before 7:30 p.m. when the youth?s parents called 911 to report their 17-year-old son, Vincent Pizzonia, was injured. ---...More

Cops: Skater faces charges in right-of-way dispute

STAMFORD, Conn. (AP) -- A Connecticut in-line skater faces assault and other charges after a confrontation over whether a 4-year-old on a tricycle had the right to be on a bike path. Stamford police charged 43-year-old Chris Karamon with third-degree assault, risk of injury to a minor and other crimes--...More

Psychic charged with lying about attack by rivals

GREENWICH, Conn. (AP) -- A Connecticut psychic who said she was assaulted in an attack she believed was arranged by rival psychics has been charged with lying about the incident. Greenwich police arrested 35-year-old Janet Lee of Norwalk on Saturday on charges including falsely reporting an incident.--...More

Student accused of rubbing sleeping women's legs

WHEATON, Ill. (AP) -- Authorities said a college student has been charged with breaking into the unlocked apartments of three women and rubbing their legs as they slept. Police said that when the women awoke, the man fled. Bond was set at $100,000 Monday for the 19-year-old man, who was charged with three counts of criminal trespass. Authorities said the man is a student at Kishwaukee Community College in Malta---

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

1,400-pound bull drags officers down NJ street

PATERSON, N.J. (AP) -- Police say a 1,400-pound bull that escaped from a northern New Jersey slaughterhouse dragged officers with a lasso down a street and ran 10 blocks before being captured and sedated. Chief John DeCando, spokesman for Paterson Police's animal control division, says the bull was being unloaded at ENA Meat Packing Inc. when it broke loose just before 8:30 a.m. Monday---more--Twitter Political Roast---Domain Names

Secret Service Probing Assassination Poll on Facebook

The U.S. Secret Service is investigating a poll posted on Facebook that asked users the most unsocial, unspeakable question: Should President Obama be assassinated? The Secret Service, said the agency will take “appropriate investigative steps” in connection to the survey, which was posted and quickly removed when Facebook employees were alerted to its existence. The possible answers were “no,” “maybe,” yes,” and “yes if he cuts my health care.”...More--Twitter Political Roast---Domain Names

Hawaii-You can go to jail for walking your dog

HONOLULU, Hawaii - Police cited people walking their dogs on leashes on a sidewalk beside Waikiki Beach with a criminal offense that carries a penalty of up to 30 days in jail or a $500 fine or both. The citation is for a criminal offense, a petty misdemeanor prohibiting animals in parks. It requires a court appearance. “I keep him on a leash. I pick up his poop. He’s got a license and I don’t quite understand this and now he’s a criminal,” a ticketed man said. ...More--Twitter Political Roast---Domain Names

Teen locked in closet for four years

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma - Police arrested an Oklahoma City mother and her friend over the weekend after a 14-year-old malnourished boy with scars all over his body told a security guard he’d been locked in his home for 4 1/2 years. LaRhonda M. McCall, 37, and Steve V Hamilton, 38, remained at the Oklahoma County jail this morning in lieu of $400,000 bail. Officers arrested them on 20 complaints of child abuse and 20 complaints of child neglect each....More--Twitter Political Roast---Domain Names

Monday, September 28, 2009

SC candidate raffles off AK-47 at campaign rally

GREENVILLE, S.C. (AP) -- A candidate to be South Carolina's next National Guard leader skipped the fiery speeches for firepower, launching his campaign with what he called a "machine-gun social."...More---Twitter Political Roast---Domain Names

Police: Nebraska father, son arrested for DUI

LEXINGTON, Neb. (AP) -- Authorities say a 53-year-old Nebraska man whose son had been arrested on suspicion of drunken driving was arrested on the same charge after bailing out his son...More---Twitter Political Roast---Domain Names

Zoo Goers Witness Deadly Bear Attack

BERLIN, Germany - Officials at a German zoo say that a male brown bear attacked and killed a female bear in front of horrified onlookers. Zoo officials are still trying to determine why the male, a Syrian brown bear named Balou, attacked the female, Klara. The bears were kept apart at first but were later brought together....More---Twitter Political Roast---Domain Names

Grandma Bandit’ Robs Two Banks Hours Apart

Houston, Texas - FBI agents are searching for a woman who robbed two Houston banks less than four miles apart - and was brazen enough not to cover her face. Authorities have nicknamed her the “Grandma Bandit,” a woman who appears to be between 55 and 65, with shoulder-length gray hair and glasses. The woman first robbed a bank after claiming to have a gun; her second heist occured an hour later. ...More--Twitter Political Roast---Domain Names

Judge orders Pomeranian to leave town

ASPEN, Colorado - A Pomeranian has been kicked out of a Colorado resort town after getting in trouble for biting and other bad behavior. Municipal Judge Brooke Peterson told the dog’s owner, Melinda Goldrich, that if the dog is seen again in Aspen, it will be rounded up by animal control officers and put to death. An Aspen fitness club employee says the Pomeranian, named Gizmo, bit her while it was tied to a fence. The dog served 10 days in an animal shelter...More--Twitter Political Roast---Domain Names

Saturday, September 26, 2009

Reality TV Preacher Charged With Murder

LOS ANGELES - A self-proclaimed preacher who was on the reality TV show ?America?s Sexiest Bachelor? will be arraigned for allegedly torturing and murdering an ex-porn actress in suburban Los Angeles. Brian Lee Randone was charged last week with beating and suffocating Felicia Lee at their Monrovia home. He faces 25 years to life in prison if convicted. Randone appeared on ?America?s Sexiest Bachelor? nine years ago---More

Teacher told fourth-grader to turn Yankee shirt inside out

New York - Van Buren Elementary fourth-grader Nathan Johns thought his teacher was kidding when he instructed him to turn his Yankees T-shirt inside out. The blue shirt read ?New York No. 52? on the front and ?Sabathia? for the New York Yankees? pitcher CC Sabathia, on the back. Nate complied. At lunch, Nate said the fifth-graders made fun of him because he wearing his shirt inside out. The teacher has Boston Red Sox paraphernalia all over the classroom on display.---More---PS. Yankees Suck....LOL

Friday, September 25, 2009

Jobless Man Finds Gold With Metal Detector

UK - An unemployed man has unearthed the largest hoard of Anglo-Saxon gold ever found with the help of his metal detector. Experts are now calculating its value - a process that could take more than a year because of its size. Terry Herbert from Burntwood, Staffordshire, stumbled on the hoard in a private field with his trusty 14-year-old metal detector. Over five days, the 55-year-old dug up a fortune on the farmland near his home....More---Twitter Political Roast---Domain Names

Felony arrest warrant out for Randy Quaid, wife

Santa Barbara - Randy Quaid and his wife have a felony arrest warrant with their names on it, is reporting. The ‘Kingpin’ actor and his better half, Evi, are being investigated by the Santa Barbara County Police Dept. for allegedly dashing on a $10,000 hotel bill. According to reports, the Quaids were staying at the posh San Ysidro Ranch in June when the credit card they were using was denied....more--Twitter Political Roast---Domain Names

Former deputy sues - Says alcoholism is a disability

SARASOTA, Florida - A former deputy, fired because of his problems with alcohol, is suing the Sarasota sheriff because he claims the office discriminated against him because of his alcoholism disability. A women stated Knowles smacked her on the butt, while another said he was grabbing her thighs and arms as well. Knowles stated that said he didn’t remember the incidents and that he had a propensity to blackout. ...More

Odd News-Environmental groups: Toilet paper is a menace

ELMWOOD PARK, New Jersey - There is a battle for America’s behinds. It is a fight over toilet paper: the kind that is blanket-fluffy and getting fluffier so fast that manufacturers are running out of synonyms for “soft” (Quilted Northern Ultra Plush). It’s a menace, environmental groups say. The reason, they say, is that plush U.S. toilet paper is usually made by chopping down and grinding up trees. They want Americans, like Europeans, to wipe with tissue made from recycled paper goods....More--Twitter Political Roast---Domain Names

Thursday, September 24, 2009

People are living in giant drains underneath Las Vegas

Las Vegas, Nevada - Along with hundreds of others, a couple are part of a secret community living in the dark and dirty underground flood tunnels below the famous strip. Rather than working in the bars or kitchens they “credit hustle”, prowling the casinos searching the fruit machines for money or credits left by drunken gamblers. Despite the risks from disease, highly venomous spiders and flooding washing them away, many of the tunnel people have put together elaborate camps with furniture, ornaments and shelves filled with belongings....More---Twitter Political Roast---Domain Names

White supremacist groups call for protests

BELLEVILLE - White supremacist groups say they want hate crime charges filed in the Belleville West bus attack case and are encouraging a protest. Messages flashed across neo-Nazi and white supremacist websites today promoting a protest on the Belleville courthouse grounds. “People in this town are rightfully angry at the double standard that we know how this would be working if the races were reversed,” wrote an announcement on the website for the National Socialist Movement, a white supremacist group....More---Twitter Political Roast---Domain Names

Odd News-Reward offered in case of duct-taped cat

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - A $1,000 reward is being offered for the conviction of whoever body-wrapped a cat in duct tape and abandoned it in a North Philadelphia yard. Only its head was uncovered. “Whoever did this is very sick,” said George Bengal, director investigations for the Pennsylvania Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, which is headquartered in North Philadelphia...More--Twitter Political Roast---Domain Names

Man tries to make penis longer but got stuck

California - Officials with the Costa Mesa Fire Department’s Urban Search and Rescue squad were summoned to Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian in Newport Beach to save another man’s penis from perishing. The man in his 50s had apparently put his penis through the hole of a steel, ring-shaped dumbbell weight fastener, two or three days earlier. The device got stuck, and he couldn’t remove it. The penis had blackened and swollen to five times its normal size. In order to remove the ring, firefighters had to use a saw to cut through it....More---Twitter Political Roast---Domain Names

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Couple Charged After Leaving Baby Outside Bar

OMAHA, Nebradka - A Malvern, Iowa couple was charged with misdemeanor child neglect after police said they left their 4-month-old daughter in their car while they got drunk in a west Omaha bar. Bryan and Tina Vannoy were booked into the Douglas County Corrections Center. They have since been released after posting bond. Police said their daughter is now in protective custody...More--Twitter Political Roast---Domain Names

Men steal man’s pants, then shoot him

Avondale - When police arrived on the scene, the victim explained that he was sitting on a stoop outside his apartment building when two men pulled up in a car and ordered him to take off his pants. The victim told police he complied and gave his pants to the suspects. He says the suspects then ordered him to return to his apartment, but when he turned around and walked away, one of the men shot him in the back....More--Twitter Political Roast---Domain Names

Undercover drug investigators play Wii during raid

Florida - With guns drawn and flashlights cutting through darkened rooms, Polk County undercover drug investigators stormed the home of convicted drug dealer Michael Difalco near Lakeland. As investigators searched the home for drugs, some drug task force members found other ways to occupy their time. Within 20 minutes of entering Difalco’s house, some of the investigators found a Wii video bowling game and began bowling frame after frame....More---Twitter Political Roast---Domain Names

Naked man, 91, holds drunken intruder at gunpoint

LAKE WORTH, Fla. (AP) -- Authorities say a 91-year-old South Florida man jumped out of bed naked and held an intruder at gunpoint until deputies arrived. The Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office said Robert E. Thompson woke up Saturday morning after a would-be burglar climbed his backyard fence and was met by his charging dog, Rettt, a Rottweiler and Doberman pinscher mix. Thompson heard the commotion, grabbed his .38-caliber revolver and phoned police without ever getting dressed...More---Twitter Political Roast---Domain Names

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Masked police chief sparks brief school lockdown

MONTROSE, Mich. (AP) -- A masked police chief planning to surprise Michigan high school students in a forensic science class ended up sparking a brief lockdown after being spotted by a cafeteria worker....More--Twitter Political Roast---Domain Names

Mother forced to give up baby - Gave her wrong embryo

UK - A pregnant mother will have to give birth to another couple’s baby after a blunder by an IVF clinic. Carolyn Savage had the wrong embryos implanted into her and will have to give the boy up to his biological parents as soon as he is born. Yesterday Mrs Savage, 40, who was expecting her fourth child with husband Sean, said: ‘The hardest part is going to be the delivery. I remember communicating with the [unnamed] mother of this child as to what I was envisioning and hoping for. ‘I said, “We want a moment to say hello, and goodbye”....More--Twitter Political Roast---Domain Names

Plumber Sabotaging Virginia Restaurants

Fredericksburg, Virginia - A man apparently trying to create dirty work for himself by terrorizing urinals is public enemy to No. 1 at several Virginia restaurants. Police identified Timothy Banks, 39, as the man allegedly breaking urinals and then offering to repair them for a fee. An employee at the Cracker Barrel reported a broken urinal in the men’s room. A suspect was seen fleeing in a gold Chrysler with Maryland plates....More--Twitter Political Roast---Domain Names

Dummy Shoots Himself Teaching Gun Safety

Jefferson County, Missouri - Given the name or the victim and the stupidity of the following incident, you’d almost think this story was made up. Today Sheriff Oliver “Glenn” Boyer reports that 40-year-old James Looney accidentally shot himself to death while teaching his girlfriend a lesson on firearm safety. Looney’s teaching method involved him placing the gun to his head and asking his girlfriend if the gun would go off. ...More--Twitter Political Roast---Domain Names

Sunday, September 20, 2009

Mayor bans police pursuit - Even on foot

Wellford, South Carolina - The Mayor of Wellford is defending her policy which bans police officers in that city from chasing suspects. Sallie Peake says the policy also includes vehicle chases along with pursuits on foot. A memo from Peake: ?As of this date, there are to be no more foot chases when a suspect runs. I do not want anyone chasing after any suspects whatsoever.? Spartanburg County Sheriff Chuck Wright says the policy prevents police from upholding the law - a direct violation of their constitutional oath.---

Suzanne Somers says Patrick Swayze poisoned

USA - Suzanne Somers thinks Patrick Swayze could have been alive today if he would have used alternative methods to treat his pancreatic cancer instead of chemotherapy. The former ?Three?s Company? star, who was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1991 and rejected chemotherapy in favor of natural treatments said that it was Swayze?s chemotherapy treatments, not pancreatic cancer, that ended his life prematurely. They took this beautiful man and they basically put poison in him. --...More

The priest, the stripper and their baby

Florida - She was an exotic dancer at a Miami strip club called Porky?s. He showed up wearing a Hawaiian shirt, eager to share a night in the VIP lounge. They began a torrid, on-and-off love affair that ended for good in January, after she gave birth to a daughter she says is his. Now, she wants child support and has filed a restraining order against him. It might be a routine, if tawdry, court case if not for respondent David Dueppen?s job: Catholic priest with the Miami Archdiocese.---...More

Saturday, September 19, 2009

In hundreds of cities, parking spaces become parks

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Activists across the nation parked themselves curbside Friday, taking up spaces reserved for cars and transforming them into mini parks with sod, potted plants, lawn chairs and even barbecues to raise awareness about how the auto has won the battle over public space in big cities...More--
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Woman ordered son, friends to beat up teen

Maryland - A mother faces assault charges for allegedly ordering a group of teens to beat up a 14-year-old who was stabbed in the ensuing melee, Baltimore County police said. Kimberley Lyn Cudanin, 34, told her 16-year-old son and at least four of his friends to attack Malaki Malloy as retaliation for a recent assault against her 14-year-old son, police said....More--Twitter Political Roast---Domain Names

Tokyo Cracks Down on Train Groping, Again

Japan - Despite past attempts to clamp down on the scourge - since 2001, all railway companies operating in Tokyo have offered “women only” cars - men just can’t seem to keep their hands to themselves. In fact, they continue to treat physical assault as a kind of sport. Police say that there are more than 100 Japanese websites now devoted to groping techniques, and the methods have become more heinous and sophisticated....More--Twitter Political Roast---Domain Names

Odd News:Drunks jailed for setting man on fire

UK - An argument between a group of drunks at a Croydon drinking den ended with a 52-year-old man being set alight and having boiling water poured over him. Gary Smith and Terry Cummings have been jailed for the attack, which left Brian Davies with a severely scalded chest. The pair, who pleaded guilty to wounding at Croydon Crown Court, also savagely beat up Mr Davies....more--Twitter Political Roast---Domain Names

Friday, September 18, 2009

Golfer sinks three holes-in-one in 5 days

HALIFAX, Nova Scotia - A Canadian golfer defied astronomical odds and hit three holes-in-one over five days of playing at the same public course in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. Lobster fisherman Adam Sams, 34, played at the Highland Links course each day from Friday, when he sank his first one, through Tuesday, sinking his second and third aces every second day....More...Twitter Political Roast---Domain Names

Man survives crash, is killed walking away

JEROMESVILLE, Ohio - Authorities in Ohio say a man survived crashing his car into a house but was killed walking away from the accident when he was struck by a pickup truck. The State Highway Patrol says 38-year-old Michael Bigley of Jeromesville ran his car off a road and into a living room in the north-central Ohio community. Troopers say Bigley was struck minutes later by the pickup while walking in a road. ...More--Twitter Political Roast---Domain Names

NJ police say pot plants growing on High Street

MILLVILLE, N.J. (AP) -- Maybe this is why they call it High Street. Police confirm the odd-looking plants they pulled last week from a flower basket in Millville's business district were indeed marijuana. The plants were discovered by a passer-by. Police responded to the scene with a ladder and confiscated the 3-foot-tall plants, which were growing in a basket hanging from a lamp post--More--Twitter Political Roast---Domain Names

Cops: Father hits another dad at school open house

NORTH HAVEN, Conn. (AP) -- The father of a Connecticut middle school student has been charged with punching another man in the head at a school open house. Police said 32-year-old Rodney Rivera and the other father got into an argument at North Haven Middle School on Tuesday morning over a debt Rivera believed he was owed...More--Twitter Political Roast---Domain Names

Thursday, September 17, 2009

Australian cat strays 2,400 miles, returns home

HOBART, Australia (AP) -- A cat named Clyde was reunited with his owner on Wednesday after a mysterious three-year odyssey in which the long-haired Himalayan strayed 2,400 miles into the Australian Outback...More

Woman Spanked Stranger’s 2-Year-Old in Store

CINCINNATI-Police say a woman has been arrested for allegedly spanking another person’s 2-year-old son in a store. Police say the toddler said something that apparently annoyed Ballard inside a Salvation Army store. Police say she then told the boy’s mother she didn’t know how to take care of her son, put him over her knee, and spanked him three times....More-- Twitter Political Roast---Domain Names

Naked biker arrested

Florida - Marion County Sheriff’s Capt. Mike Rolls did a double take. Was that motorcyclist who just passed him wearing any clothes? No, he wasn’t. Not even a helmet. Before long, though, the nude rider was wearing handcuffs. He was arrested and charged with DUI. Dante J. Krauss, 45, of Dunnellon, whose arrest record includes several previous DUIs....More-- Twitter Political Roast---Domain Names

Satan-Loving Teen Lights Church Fire

ORANGEVALE, California - A 15-year-old girl who allegedly worships Satan was arrested on suspicion of lighting a fire at her Orangevale church. The blaze occurred at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Christian Pebbles of Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District said the teen made it clear why she started the blaze.....More--Twitter Political Roast---Domain Names

Cats Used as Live Bait for Dog Fighting

London - Police are investigating reports that urban foxes are being caught in London then used as bait for fighting dogs. Gangs with dogs and nets have been spotted hunting in woodland in the Rotherhithe area of the capital. Two dead foxes have been found and three dead cats have also been discovered “ripped to pieces. “Wildlife campaigners believe the foxes are caught and used as bait for dogs ahead of illegal fights....More
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Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Mo. man builds his own pickup truck from scrap

LOUISIANA, Mo. (AP) -- Johnny Bolton gets some funny looks as he drives his pickup around this northeast Missouri town - but he also gets the last laugh. He built the truck himself, using little more than spare parts, a tape measure and a welding torch. "And a lot of thinking," Bolton told the Hannibal Courier-Post....More--
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Fake Cop Pulls Over Mayor

SHREVEPORT, Louisiana - Police say a man impersonating an officer with a flashing red light in his car has been arrested after he pulled over the wrong driver — the mayor of Shreveport. Police think the suspect was using the in-dash light to maneuver through traffic at night in northwest Louisiana. Mayor Cedric Glover says he pulled over when the drove behind him, but the fake officer then sped away...More--Twitter Political Roast---Domain Names

Student kills intruder with samurai sword

Maryland - A Johns Hopkins University student armed with a samurai sword killed a man who broke into the garage of his off-campus residence. According to preliminary reports, a resident of the 300 block of E. University Parkway called police about a suspicious person. An off-duty officer responded about 1:20 a.m. to the area with university security. They heard shouts and screams from a neighboring house and found the suspected burglar suffering from a nearly severed hand and laceration to his upper body....More--Twitter Political Roast---Domain Names

People will put on white hoods and ride through the countryside

Washington DC - A member of the Congressional Black Caucus suggesting that a failure to rebuke the South Carolina Republican is tantamount to supporting the most blatant form of organized racism in American history. In an obvious reference to the Ku Klux Klan, Rep. Hank Johnson, D-Ga., said that people will be putting on white hoods again and riding through the countryside if emerging racist attitudes, which he says were subtly supported by Wilson, are not rebuked....More--Twitter Political Roast---Domain Names

Couple robbed while inside dumpster

WICHITA, Kansas - A man and woman decided to give the phrase “dumpster diving” a new twist over the weekend, crawling inside one so they could be alone. But while they were engaged in what Wichita police described as “an intimate moment,” they were robbed by a man armed with a pocket knife. It all unfolded when the man and woman, both 44, crawled into a dumpster for privacy....More--Twitter Political Roast---Domain Names

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Police say DUI suspect tried to steal tow truck

BETHLEHEM, Pa. (AP) -- Police in eastern Pennsylvania said a man charged with drunken driving faces more charges after allegedly trying to steal a tow truck a few hours later to retrieve his impounded vehicle...More..Twitter Political Roast---Domain Names

Cops: Man loses stepson while trying to buy drugs

PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Philadelphia police said a man out buying drugs flagged down officers after he couldn't find the car he'd parked with his 6-year-old stepson inside. The man, 31, was charged with endangering the welfare of a child and recklessly endangering another person...More..Twitter Political Roast---Domain Names

Judge: Hairspray triggered teen's alcohol monitor

DeFUNIAK SPRINGS, Fla. (AP) -- A judge ruled that constant exposure to hairspray set off a teen's alcohol monitoring device - not consumption of alcohol. Based on evidence presented Thursday, Judge Kelvin Wells said he wouldn't revoke the pre-trial release of a 17-year-old teen. The teen was wearing the anklet under a court order. The device issued an alert in July after three separate readings showed she had alcohol in her system...More...Twitter Political Roast---Domain Names

Man honored for 50 years of service at McDonald's

CRESTWOOD, Mo. (AP) -- A 68-year-old man who still works at the first McDonald's restaurant in Missouri has been honored for 50 years of service. Leonard Rhomberg began his job at a McDonald's restaurant in the St. Louis suburb of Crestwood in 1959, the year after it opened. And he still works there five days a week...More...Twitter Political Roast---Domain Names

Teen Given Handgun, Marijuana at McDonald’s

Charleston, South Carolina - Would you like some drugs with that? A teen says he was given a loaded handgun and bags of marijuana in his McDonald’s drive-thru order. The 18-year-old and his cousin received the .45-caliber handgun and the pot at a McDonald’s on Savannah Highway. “The gun and the marijuana was inside of a brown bag sitting inside of a McDonald’s bag.”...More--Twitter Political Roast---Domain Names

Odd News:World celebrities sing to stop global warming

GENEVA - British rock group Duran Duran and heavy metal band Scorpions are among 55 world celebrities who have joined in recording a song to draw attention to the global warming crisis, organizers said. The song is part of a mass media campaign on the threats of climate change organized by the Geneva-based Global Humanitarian Forum, headed by former UN secretary general Kofi Annan....More-- Twitter Political Roast---Domain Names

Monday, September 14, 2009

Apollo Moon Rocks Lost

AMSTERDAM - The discovery of a fake moon rock in the Netherlands’ national museum should be a wake-up call for more than 130 countries that received gifts of lunar rubble from both the Apollo 11 flight in 1969 and Apollo 17 three years later. Nearly 270 rocks scooped up by U.S. astronauts were given to foreign countries by the Nixon administration. But according to experts the whereabouts of some of the small rocks are unknown....More--Twitter Political Roast---Domain Names