- The phantom pooper.
Need the scoop on the poop?
- Congressional aides immunized before NASCAR event.
So, NASCAR has cooties.
- Mother Convicted Of Trying To Sell Son For Wedding Dress
But was she going for the white dress.
- Aide accused of stapling paper to student's forehead
Apply directly to fore head.
- Judge rules Gore climate film requires guidance notes
If they wanted to ban all of the hot air in school, they'd stop serving chili in the lunch room.
- 75 Year Old Comcast Customer Storms Pay Center With Hammer
- Speaking of hammers, COH will allow for weapon customization in Issue 11.
Warhammer tank is now in play. Of course, I have my Mario lookalike with a pipe wrench already made.
- Woman attacks boyfriend with BBQ fork
She was obviously tired of pulling his pork.
- Robot masseur in Japan gives facials.
No word on if he cums 5W-30 or 10W-40.
- Here's a nice little piece of crap from the state of Commi-fornia.
Assembly Bill 1471 would require that after a certain date, the make, model, and serial number of a firearm be microstamped onto the interior surface or internal working parts of all handguns in such a manner that those identifiers are imprinted onto the cartridge case upon firing. The manufacture, sale, and transfer of handguns that do not imprint their identifying information on a cartridge case would be a crime.
So, any gun in existence that doesn't stamp can't be sold. So much for antiques. So much for black powder. So much for curio and relics.
Also, think about this: How many unsavory types would think to police the brass at the firing range, keep their brass, and sprinkle someone else's at a crime scene?