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November 12, 2012

THE HERALD HUNT IS COMING

If you plan to be there, you can enter the Wacky Team Name contest.

(Please don't enter if you're not going to be there. You can post your entries in the comments section, if you don't mind someone stealing your idea and possibly winning the contest.)

GUESS WHERE HE LIVES

Father arrested after 'pretending to be federal agent to get free entry into Epcot'

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson)

FLATHEAD: A COUNTY OUT OF CONTROL

3:29 p.m. Someone Saran wrapped a kid to a telephone pole on East Idaho Street. A police officer helped free him.

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson)

IT'S THE CAT BONES THAT SOLD US

Korean Feces Wine is a Real Thing and We’ve Got Two Bottles of it, Contains Cat Bones as Well

(Thanks to Joe in Japan)

ATTENTION, NOBEL PRIZE JUDGES

A new study finds that people who live close to a bar tend to drink more.

(Thanks to coscolo)

TWO FLORIDA LICENSES ARE ON THE WAY

Thanks to this past weekend’s daylight saving time switch, an Ohio man was arrested for two separate drunk driving incidents at the same time early Sunday morning, records show.

(Thanks to DaninTustin)

THANKS, BUT WE'LL STICK WITH HEROIN

Study: Meth Can Help Fight The Flu

(Thanks to Dan Gray and Dan Barr)

IN MIAMI, THIS IS HOW WE SIGNAL OUR TURNS

Carlsbad woman arrested after officer sees her using nunchucks while driving

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson and Matt Filar)

YOU WILL NEVER GUESS THE STATE

DUI suspect backs into police car

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson)

RELIGION DOWN UNDER

Retired priest, 80, bites 81-year-old fellow clergyman's ear off in unholy punch up

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson and Ralph)

STAND TALL, AMERICA

Harvard students send hamburger into space in 'Operation Skyfall'

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson and Carl Youngdahl)

CANADA: LAND OF DRAMA

Ministry of the Environment solves mystery of smelly Toronto

(Thanks to The Perts)

THANKS

If you're a veteran, thank you for your service.

If you're a family member of a veteran, thank you for your sacrifice.

 
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