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  • PARIS, Dec 26 (Reuters) - A pair of thieves who seized a van
    loaded with pricey designer goods on Wednesday took a two-hour
    detour so they could drive the owner home for his Christmas Eve
    dinner, before fleeing with the loot.
    Posing as police, the two men tricked the van driver into
    pulling over at a motorway intersection on the edge of Paris by
    chasing him in a car fitted with a flashing blue light, a siren
    and a "police" sign, local media reported on Friday.
    Despite being armed with guns and wearing balaclavas, the
    thieves showed some seasonal goodwill when they asked their
    victim where he lived, explaining "we don't want you to have too
    far to walk," according to police sources.
    They then drove the man around 300 km (185 miles) to his
    home in Saint Soupplets in eastern France, so he could arrive in
    time for the traditional Christmas meal which in France is eaten
    on the evening of December 24.
    Showing that Christmas spirit only goes so far, the man,
    whose van was loaded with clothes from labels like Gucci and
    Yves Saint Laurent, has filed a complaint with police.

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    • ATHENS, Dec 26 (Reuters) - The crew of a freighter that
      half-sunk off the Greek island of Santorini on Christmas Eve
      spent Christmas Day thanking the coastguard for rescuing them,
      only to be arrested on Boxing Day for smuggling.
      The North Korean-flagged Elisabeth hit an islet southwest of
      Santorini during a storm on Wednesday. Coastguard officers
      evacuated the eight-man Ukrainian crew and took them to hospital
      for checks, inspecting the ship the next day once weather
      allowed.
      "When the coastguard went to check for spills and boarded
      the ship, they found it did not carry cement as declared, but
      around 35 tonnes of smuggled cigarettes," a Merchant Marine
      Ministry spokesman said on Friday.
      The crew's rescue had been featured on Greek television as a
      heart-warming tale on Christmas Day, with crew members offering
      thanks and season's greetings. All have been arrested on charges
      of smuggling, the spokesman added.
      REUTERS

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      • The Phi Kappa Psi fraternity ??? I what to be a COLLAGE KID !!!Gonzo, where do I go to join up....
        ALL GAVE SOME BUT SOME GAVE ALL
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        • December 28, 2003 --A friendly Christmas-lights competition in Florida turned nasty when one of the losers went berserk and began tearing lights off the winner's display. First-place champ Donna Simmons-Groover of Jensen Beach said she watched in horror as her neighbor told her he should have won, then went berserk and attacked her lights. Cops may now charge the Scrooge with vandalism.
          ALL GAVE SOME BUT SOME GAVE ALL
          NEVER FORGET 9-11-01
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          LT. John Ginley Engine 40
          FF. Bruce Gary Engine 40
          FF. Jimmy Giberson Ladder 35
          FF. Michael Otten Ladder 35 *
          FF. Steve Mercado Engine 40 *
          FF. Kevin Bracken Engine 40 *
          FF. Vincent Morello Ladder 35
          FF. Michael Roberts Ladder 35 *
          FF. Michael Lynch Engine 40
          FF. Michael Dauria Engine 40

          Charleston 9
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          • SACRAMENTO, California (AP) - The children of a cancer patient
            who donated his body for research filed a lawsuit after learning
            their father's embalmed head was kept in a tool shed for nearly 11
            years.
            The head of Osie K. Whitten, who died Dec. 24, 1990, of colon
            cancer, was among 150 pounds (67.5 kilograms) of human cadaver
            parts allegedly removed from the medical center at the University
            of California, Davis, by a former autopsy assistant.
            David Lawrence Beale, who worked for Pathology Support Services
            Inc., which managed the medical center's morgue and autopsy
            service, was arrested last summer after the remains were found
            among his belongings.
            He pleaded not guilty to charges of receiving stolen property
            and possession of methamphetamines. Police say Beale told them he
            used the remains to hone his dissection skills.
            The medical center, Beale and Pathology Support Services were
            named in the lawsuit filed by Whitten's children.
            The medical center said it could not comment; it previously said
            it had changed the way human remains are handled. Pathology Support
            Services said Beale's activities were not part of his job.

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            • HANOI, Vietnam (AP) - An elderly Vietnamese man who was found
              alive four months ago after spending seven hours inside a drawer at
              a morgue has really died this time, state-controlled media reported
              Saturday.
              Nguyen Van Quan, 73, died Wednesday following a long illness at
              Nguyen Tri Phuong hospital in Ho Chi Minh City, more than four
              months after his daughter and son-in-law discovered him alive there
              when they came to take him home for his funeral, the online
              newspaper VnExpress.net said.
              Quan was admitted to the hospital in August after complaining of
              a tight chest. He then experienced heart failure, his blood
              pressure dropped to zero and no pulse was detected. He was sent to
              the hospital morgue after doctors tried for 30 minutes to
              resuscitate him.
              Quan was discovered alive seven hours later and was sent back to
              the intensive care unit where he stayed until he finally passed
              away, the report said.
              He suffered from asthma and had been admitted numerous times to
              the hospital with breathing difficulties, a doctor at the hospital
              has said.

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              • Hey Edith...call the groinocologist

                ROME, Dec 26 (Reuters) - A man in Sicily asked a friend to
                shoot him in the groin in the hope of making his ex-girlfriend
                feel sorry for him, police said on Friday.
                Police in the central Sicilian city of Piazza Armerina said
                they became suspicious when the 27-year-old went to hospital
                with wounds from a hunting rifle's pellets in the groin area.
                At first he said the wounds had been caused in a hunting
                accident, but later admitted he had asked a friend, 16, to shoot
                him in an attempt to win back the affection of his girlfriend,
                who had apparently left him because of his violent character.
                The man's wounds are expected to heal, doctors said.
                Police said the man, and the 16-year-old, had been charged
                in connection with the shooting. Local reports said the man's
                ex-girlfriend had made clear she never wanted to see him again.

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                • HOLY SMOKE..........?????

                  This is something you would not expect to find during a routine inspection.....

                  A church topped with pot and a sleeping judge among 2003 wackiness

                  JEN HORSEY Canadian Press Thursday, December 25, 2003

                  TORONTO (CP) - Churches are usually adorned with crosses, but parishioners of a southwestern Ontario congregation were shocked this year to find marijuana plants stretching for the heavens atop their house of worship.

                  Two members of the Gospel Hall congregation in St. Thomas, Ont., were on the roof for some routine maintenance when they found more than two dozen pot plants being cultivated there.

                  "It's a little bit of a surprise to find it on the rooftop of a church," said Staff Sgt. Chris Herridge of the town's police force.

                  Investigators weren't optimistic they would be able to collar the holy growers.

                  This was just one of several incidents of wacky wrongdoing encountered by Canadian authorities in 2003. This was, after all, the year when even the prime minister publicly contemplated breaking the law to puff on a joint.

                  Jean Chretien joked in October that he might be willing to try marijuana once it's decriminalized.

                  "Perhaps I will try it when it will no longer be criminal. I will have my money for my fine and a joint in the other hand," the 69-year-old Chretien said.

                  In legal circles in 2003, a recent Ontario case proved that man who is his own lawyer does indeed have a fool for a client.

                  After representing himself in court on drug convictions - and losing - Clayton Gordon hired a lawyer to take his case to Ontario's appeals court, claiming his convictions for selling cocaine should be overturned because he had bad counsel.

                  But the judge, no fool himself, ruled the convictions should stand. Gordon was ordered to serve seven months in jail.

                  Perhaps Gordon had been hoping he could bore the judge into releasing him, like the man convicted of mischief and criminal harassment in 2001 who got a new trial this year after the courts found his judge fell asleep during cross-examination.

                  The accused's trial lawyer, Kim Schofield, said she and other court officials in Toronto opted to drop a 2,136-page copy of the Criminal Code on the judge's desk to get his attention.

                  "I dropped the Code and His Honour was visibly stirred from his slumber," Schofield said in her affidavit.

                  Some lawbreakers may have wished they'd followed the judge's example and stayed in bed this year. Instead, some of them did what they could to make it easy for the cops to track them down.

                  An Edmonton thief was looking to unload a stolen SUV and picked the wrong buyer earlier this year when he offered it back to its original owner for $50. He was arrested before he sealed the deal.

                  "It certainly made our job easier. I wish they would all end that way," Wes Bellmore, an Edmonton police spokesman, said at the time.

                  Another Alberta crook put a stop to his own nine-day robbery spree when he gave police all the clues they needed to find him.

                  He dropped his wallet - containing identification - during a gas station heist, giving the investigators who'd been baffled to that point the lead they needed to make the arrest. Albert Bradridge, 38, was sentenced earlier this year to eight years in prison.

                  Two teenagers ran out of excuses this summer after they allegedly stole a boat and took a joyride down the LaHave River in New Brunswick.

                  The teens, aged 16 and 17, took the boat, got drunk on some liquor they found on board, beached themselves on an island and then torched the watercraft - stranding themselves with no way to get home. The boys, who weren't named because of their ages, were eventually flown ashore in an RCMP helicopter.

                  A wannabe cop got more than he bargained for when he pulled over a passing car on a country road in Ontario this June. He had equipped his car with flashing red lights and used it to pull over the vehicle.

                  The off-duty Ontario Provincial Police officer behind the wheel of the passing car spied several giveaway details - among them, the fact that the so-called cop was driving a white Plymouth Neon under the flashing lights instead of an actual police vehicle - and instead, arrested his would-be captor.

                  The 40-year-old alleged impersonator faces up to 10 years in prison if convicted.

                  Young adults often complain about living at home, but few go as far as a 21-year-old Kitchener, Ont., man who opted for prison over family life this July.

                  Under a term of bail, Michael McAllister was to live with his mother or his sister. But he was returned to jail while awaiting trial on his methadone trafficking charge at his request; his lawyer, John Lang, argued McAllister couldn't take the "house rules."

                  An elderly northern Ontario driver clearly had some problems with the road rules this year when she dramatically failed her drivers test.

                  On her fifth try at the test, with the examiner sitting in the passenger seat, the 81-year-old backed her car 25 metres too far out of a parking spot and plunged backwards over a steep embankment into a nearby river.

                  Both she and the drivers' examiner were unharmed but it took a tow truck about 15 minutes to recover the sodden car.

                  © Copyright 2003 The Canadian Press
                  If you don't do it RIGHT today, when will you have time to do it over? (Hall of Fame basketball player/coach John Wooden)

                  "I may be slow, but my work is poor." Chief Dave Balding, MVFD

                  "Its not Rocket Science. Just use a LITTLE imagination." (Me)

                  Get it up. Get it on. Get it done!

                  impossible solved cotidie. miracles postulo viginti - quattuor hora animadverto

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                  • PILOT MOUNTAIN, North Carolina (AP) - As soon as a group of
                    fellow bikers pulled the handlebars out of his abdomen after his
                    motorcycle crash, Brian Shipwash wanted to do one more thing in
                    case he died.
                    So he reached into his pocket and pulled out a small box, broken
                    and blood-spattered, with a ring inside and asked Shandra Miller to
                    marry him.
                    She said yes.
                    "I said, 'Shandra, the reason we were going to Pilot Mountain
                    today was so I could propose,"' Shipwash said Monday while
                    recovering in his room at a hospital in Winston-Salem, North
                    Carolina.
                    "I said something like, 'I know this is not the best time in
                    the world, but will you marry me?"'
                    Shipwash, 32, was riding his Harley-Davidson up Pilot Mountain
                    on Sunday afternoon with Miller hugging his back.
                    As they came to a curve, Shipwash lost control, crossed the
                    center lane and slammed into the side of a pickup. The collision
                    sent the couple flying. The handlebars on Shipwash's motorcycle
                    stuck 6 inches (15 centimeters) into his abdomen.
                    "I was crying at the time because of the wreck," Miller said.
                    "But when I saw it (the ring), I just started crying even more."
                    Among those who stopped to help were about 10 bikers on
                    Harley-Davidsons who pulled the motorcycle off Shipwash.
                    Shipwash suffered no injuries to any major organs, breaking his
                    left hand and right leg. He was in good condition Tuesday.
                    Miller, 29, said she suffered only a sore knee.
                    Neither the pickup driver nor his four passengers were injured.
                    No tickets were issued.

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                    • SHE'S AT IT AGAIN - BUT WHERE WAS DA REV?

                      Ms Thomas was reported in the hot dog eating contest a few months ago and now she still "eating".

                      Fruitcake-eating champ crowned in Buffalo: 105-lb woman eats 2 kg in 10 minutes

                      Canadian Press Tuesday, December 30, 2003

                      BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) - A 105-pound professional eater was crowned Fruitcake Champion Tuesday after downing more than two kilograms in 10 minutes and beating her nearest competitor by a single bite.

                      With paramedics on standby, Sonya Thomas swallowed 2.2 kilograms of the ubiquitous holiday fare. "My jaw is very tired right now," she said after outeating 405-pound Eric (Badlands) Booker of Long Island by about 3.5 grams.

                      The contest, believed to be a first, was sanctioned by the International Federation of Competitive Eating and kicked off Buffalo's New Year's festivities.

                      Despite her size, Thomas, 36, is no lightweight on the professional eating circuit. She's eaten 43 tacos in 11 minutes to claim victory in the World Champion Chicken Taco Eating Contest. She also holds the female world record for eating 24 hot dogs in 12 minutes and for eating 68 hard-boiled eggs in eight minutes.

                      Booker of Long Island, who holds title to pea-eating and corned beef hash-eating contests, said there were no hard feelings after his close second.

                      "There is no agony of defeat in this sport," he said, nevertheless blaming his loss on a miscalculation on the amount of hot coffee he'd need to wash down the cake. Booker swigged from plastic foam cups between frenetic bites shoved into his mouth with alternate hands.

                      Thomas' approach was more methodical: She chomped down on and shoved in larger slices with both hands, taking little time to chew.

                      "This is much tougher than it looks," said contestant Gary Pufpaff, a bulky Buffalo radio host in his first eating contest. He managed to consume only about 400 grams - washed down with eggnog - to finish last in the five-person field.

                      Jim Reeves of Buffalo and Matthew Daniels of Syracuse, finished third and fourth, eating one kilogram and 700 grams, respectively.

                      The contest capped a "fruitcake amnesty campaign," during which people were encouraged to send their unwanted fruitcakes to Buffalo to be eaten and distributed to the hungry. The campaign highlighted a holiday food drive for the Food Bank of Western New York.

                      © Copyright 2003 The Canadian Press
                      If you don't do it RIGHT today, when will you have time to do it over? (Hall of Fame basketball player/coach John Wooden)

                      "I may be slow, but my work is poor." Chief Dave Balding, MVFD

                      "Its not Rocket Science. Just use a LITTLE imagination." (Me)

                      Get it up. Get it on. Get it done!

                      impossible solved cotidie. miracles postulo viginti - quattuor hora animadverto

                      IACOJ member: Cheers, Play safe y'all.

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                      • SANTA FE, N.M., Dec 31 (Reuters) - A New Mexico couple
                        returned home from a week-long vacation to find the legs of a
                        dead man dangling from their ceiling, police said on
                        Wednesday.
                        The man was identified as Carl Smith, 81, and he was the
                        former husband of the woman who lived in the home, said Trish
                        Ahrensfield, a spokeswoman for the Albuquerque police.
                        "He was stuck in an air conditioner duct," Ahrensfield
                        said, adding a cause of death has not yet been determined.
                        Police said it appears the man was trying to break into the
                        home from the roof and died while attempting to get in through
                        the air conditioner duct.
                        The couple, who were not identified, said their home was
                        cold when they returned on Tuesday and they went to the
                        bathroom to see if the heater had been shut off. When they
                        looked up, they saw the legs hanging from the ceiling.

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                        • LONDON (AP) - A flight in the United States proved lucky for a
                          British woman who suffered a heart attack.
                          Fifteen heart specialists, all bound for a medical conference in
                          Florida, stood up to offer help when a cabin attendant asked, "Is
                          there a doctor on board?"
                          Dorothy Fletcher, 67, who had been on her way from Britain to
                          her daughter's wedding, said Wednesday that she owed her life to
                          the doctors.
                          "I was in a very bad way and they all rushed to help," said
                          Fletcher, who was stricken on a flight from Philadelphia to
                          Florida.
                          "I wish I could thank them but I have no idea who they were,
                          other than that they were going to a conference in Orlando."
                          Fletcher, who lives in Liverpool, northwestern England, spent
                          two days in intensive care in a hospital in Charlotte, North
                          Carolina following the heart attack on Nov. 7.
                          She spent three more days in the hospital, but still made it to
                          Florida for her daughter Caroline's wedding.
                          (jg-rb)

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                          • I was called for jury duty on an arsonist once. It seems him and his buddy decide to break into this house in a small town of about 500 people. Being criminal masterminds, they decide they will burn it afterwards to cover all clues. They buy a jerry can of gas at the only gas station in town, proceed to break in and steal a few things. The one rocket scientist goes upstairs to check for more goodies, while his buddy pours gas all over downstairs. Genius 1 comes down stairs with a fur coat and a camera, stops just before bottom and lights a bloody cigarette. Police and fire fighters found them both outside the house fairly badly burned. When the charged guy gave this statement in court, it was bedlam, even the Judge started laughing. Like someone posted
                            STUPID SHOULD HURT ! This guy seemed wquite insulted that we laughed at his stupidity.

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                            • Ray...did we miss any?

                              Weird and wacky reign supreme in 2003
                              By Paul Majendie
                              LONDON, Jan 1 (Reuters) - From the Polish undertaker caught
                              smuggling cigarettes in a hearse to a pair of one-legged
                              Brazilian prisoners skipping jail, the weird and wacky reigned
                              supreme around the world in 2003.
                              Oddball tales abounded with Canadian prisoners being offered
                              fruit-flavoured condoms, Cambodians being urged to eat more dogs
                              and China axing haemorrhoid TV ads during meal times.
                              Tales of love gone sour were plentiful. A Filipino housewife
                              wreaked revenge on her hapless spouse by cutting off his penis
                              while he slept, after she discovered text messages from another
                              woman on his mobile phone.
                              Not to be outdone, an Italian pensioner beat her husband to
                              death with a scrubbing brush because the couple had never had
                              children.
                              Vasectomies caused some truly weird headlines.
                              In London, a vasectomy brought train services grinding to a
                              halt. A trainee driver fell out of his cab after fainting over
                              fellow workers' graphic descriptions of the operation.
                              A Brazilian man who went to a clinic to have an aching ear
                              checked ended up having a vasectomy after mistakenly believing
                              that the doctor had called his name.
                              In Tanzania, a man cut off his genitals in an attempt to win
                              sympathy from friends and relatives after squandering the money
                              they lent him on prostitutes and alcohol.
                              POSSUMS ON A POWER TRIP
                              The animal kingdom invariably raises a smile and 2003 was no
                              exception.
                              Possums on a power trip in New Zealand sparked a blaze when
                              they climbed a pole and short-circuited the electricity line.
                              Queen bees now have to slum it under new European Union
                              rules which only allow a retinue of 20 bees to accompany the
                              queen on her voyage.
                              A French hunter was shot by his dog after he left a loaded
                              shotgun in the boot of his car with two dogs, and one
                              accidentally stepped on the trigger.
                              Cambodian canines had to run for cover after people in Phnom
                              Penh were urged to eat more dogs as part of a crackdown on stray
                              mutts wandering around the capital.
                              A German man who taught his dog Adolf to give a Hitler
                              salute by raising his right paw was charged with violating
                              Germany's anti-Nazi laws.
                              German humour was once thought to be as scarce as tasty
                              British food, charming French waiters and punctual Italian
                              trains, but a new generation of Germans have developed a taste
                              for the offbeat.
                              A priest in Duisburg used an old washing machine to brew
                              beer, a stumbling bank robber in Giessen forgot to cut open eye
                              slits in his mask and 937 Germans set a mass yodelling record.
                              But no corner of the earth was off-limits for the bizarre.
                              Fijians apologised to descendants of a British missionary
                              killed and eaten by their ancestors more than 130 years ago.
                              Moscow's Bolshoi Theatre sacked an ice-cream-loving prima
                              ballerina, saying she was too heavy and too tall for most of her
                              dance partners to lift.
                              Six British schoolboys were rushed to hospital after taking
                              the erection-enhancing drug Viagra at lunchtime for a dare.
                              But at least they were spared the constant embarrassment of
                              a British couple who were forced to move house because of the
                              shame caused by the name of their street -- Butt Hole Road.

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                              • Oh my Gawd......

                                PHNOM PENH, Cambodia (AP) - Nine villagers have been arrested
                                for killing and eating a dog after it went on a biting rampage in
                                eastern Cambodia, a newspaper reported Friday.
                                Police arrested the men, in their late 20s and 30s, on Tuesday
                                following a complaint from the dog's owner, 46-year-old Sao Saman,
                                according to the Koh Santepheap daily.
                                He has accused the villagers of killing and eating his dog, it
                                said.
                                The villagers stalked and killed the dog after the animal bit
                                two people and a pig in their village in Svay Rieng province, 110
                                kilometers (68 miles) east of Phnom Penh, the newspaper said.
                                About 100 villagers staged a protest in front of a provincial
                                administration office Wednesday, seeking help in securing the
                                release of the nine arrested men.
                                Provincial court officials could not be immediately reached for
                                comment.

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