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March 03, 2013

SASKATOON: LAND OF CONTINUING DRAMA

The giant icicle that captured Saskatoon’s attention last week is still standing.

(Thanks to The Perts)

INCREDIBLY, THIS IS NOT ABOUT ELECTED FEDERAL OFFICIALS

Adventurer bids to pull giant boobs across Antarctica

(Thanks to DaninTustin)

WHEN THE PERSON IS NAVIGATING BY OPENING THE CAR DOOR AND FOLLOWING THE HIGHWAY CENTER STRIPE (NOT THAT WE HAVE EVER DONE SUCH A THING)

When is someone too stoned to drive?

(Thanks to Horace LaBadie)

CSI: SEE IF YOU CAN GUESS WHERE

PSL woman squats, coughs, and then it 'appeared'

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson)

NEVERTHELESS, FRANCE REMAINS ON HIGH ALERT

Crocodile spotted in River Thames turns out to be James Bond prop

(Thanks to Carl Youngdahl)

ACTING ON ORDERS FROM PREHISTORIC SQUIRRELS

Bunnies implicated in the demise of Neanderthals

(Thanks to Chuck Cody)

SEE IF YOU CAN GUESS WHAT WAS INVOLVED

The 47 year old professor who works at Newcastle University’s school of architecture, planning and landscape, used a screwdriver to scratch words such as ”very silly”, “really wrong” and “arbitrary” on luxury cars including a Mercedes, an Audi, a Volvo and a Mitsubishi.  He did all of which wearing only a suit jacket and underpants.

(Thanks to Unholy Slacker)

MAKING THE REST OF US LOOK BAD

Kim Hee Sun’s husband of 7 years has yet to fart in front of her?

(Thanks to Unholy Slacker)

TOTALLY JUSTIFIED

A Canadian couple faces domestic assault charges after attacking each other with chips and dip after apparently fighting over the last beer.

(Thanks to Chuck Cody and Ralph)

MANITOWOC SOCIAL NOTE

65th high school reunion to be held at funeral home building

(Thanks to jon harris)

FURTHER EVIDENCE THAT THESE SHOULD BE RESTRICTED TO THE POLICE AND MILITARY

Kenneth Fulmer allegedly 'battered' dad with birthday cookie cake

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson)

THERE IS NOTHING LOWER

Among those pardoned was a Massachusetts fishing magnate who pleaded guilty more than 20 years ago to laundering Canadian fish...

(Thanks to Peter Metrinko)

 
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