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News of the Stupid (Catch me if you can)

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I can't understand how people can't see through these frauds It ticked me off how Jim and Tammy Faye Baker got away with it for so long.It was ridiculous the luxury they lived in.

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A DOPEY IT worker was caught watching porn at work - when he accidentally beamed it onto a giant outdoor TV screen.

Passengers waiting for trains at Jilin Station in China were stunned when saucy scenes from X-rated film The Forbidden Legend of Sex and Chopsticks appeared on the huge screen, which is usually used to air adverts.


The movie played for TEN MINUTES before the plug was pulled.

It turns out a technician had hooked his computer up to the screen to fix a fault - but forgot to disconnect a cable.

The man then tuned into the raunchy film, unaware he was broadcasting it to hundreds of unwitting travellers.


According to reports in China, police have questioned the culprit, but have yet to file any charges against him.


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http://www.thesun.co...oor-screen.html


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Lol....China needs to work on their titles.

The Forbidden Legend  of Sex and Chopsticks??

Edited by cocky4ever, 02 July 2013 - 10:20 AM.


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View Postcocky4ever, on 02 July 2013 - 10:19 AM, said:

Lol....China needs to work on their titles.

The Forbidden Legend  of Sex and Chopsticks??

Thought you wrote China needs to work on their titties. I was nodding my head in agreement until I re read what you wrote.

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WASILLA — A man’s attempt to rob a gas station last week was foiled when the clerk first didn’t believe she was being robbed, and then refused to cooperate.
Wasilla police were called to the Chevron gas station on the Parks Highway at 10:36 p.m., June 24. The initial caller was a man engaged to marry one of the store’s clerks. He was following the suspect as he walked along the highway to the Mug-Shot Saloon.

Wasilla Police Department Officer Bobby Rader writes in papers he filed in court that he was at the store five minutes after the call went out.

The clerk told him “the male suspect came into the store and bought a pack of cigarettes. Immediately afterward, he said, ‘this is a stickup,’” according to Rader’s account.


The clerk asked him to repeat himself because she “wasn’t sure if he was serious because another employee who was inside the store after her shift knew the suspect and had said hello to him.”


The suspect, Rader wrote, repeated himself and the clerk “was confused and asked where his gun was, because she would have given up the money because she didn’t want to get shot. The suspect replied that he didn’t have one (a gun) but he knew how to ‘blow the place up.’ (The clerk) locked the cash register, placed a closed register sign up and walked outside.”


Rader writes that on surveillance video from the store, the suspect can be seen moving behind the counter and messing with the cash register but apparently doesn’t get it open, though he did “possibly take an item sitting on top of it.”


A second employee is then seen on the video confronting the suspect. Rader interviewed that employee as well.


“She confronted the suspect about what he was doing and he also told her that it was a ‘stick-up.’ (The second clerk) yelled at him to leave, which he did,” Rader wrote.


The fiancé of the first clerk was outside and when he found out what happened he followed the suspect to the Mug-Shot. Officers talked to security there who said they’d seen him but he wasn’t around. Officers left.


“Shortly after they called reporting that the male had been hiding in some bushes nearby as officers passed by and he was currently walking along the Parks Highway,” Rader writes.


Officers stopped the man and identified him as Jose Pacheco Jr., 41, of Wasilla. He was the same man on the tapes and store employees said he was the man who tried to rob them.


Pacheco was arrested on an outstanding warrant and on new charges of attempted robbery. He declined to talk to police.


He was jailed at the Mat-Su Pre-Trial Facility. As of Saturday afternoon, he was still lodged there.

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This dude went in the store, said hey to a person he knew then was all like GIMME THE Posted Imagein MONEY.

Wish I could have seen the look on the dudes face when the cashier locked the register and put a lane closed sign up and walked the Posted Image off.

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loooooool


"this is a stick up"

haha no seriously dude thats pretty funny

"wat? no rly...its a stick up give me some money"

"no" *walks outside


I wish Daniel Tosh had been the clerk..
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"Where's your gun?"

"I don't have one..."

"That'll be $12.75"

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View PostWadeWilson, on 03 July 2013 - 07:26 AM, said:

"Where's your gun?"

"I don't have one..."

"That'll be $12.75"

where's your gun?

I dont have one

well im going to pretend you do have one, because I have one and I'm going to use it now


problem solved.


I hate knowing I pay taxes to support idiots like this in the prison system.
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The Appleton Fire Department says a person working with a torch to remove paint outside a house sparked a fire that caused extensive damage throughout the attic.
The fire department was called to the 300-block of River Drive for a report of smoking coming from the roof.
Firefighters say the person was removing paint from the exterior of the house, but the torch ignited insulation materials.
Firefighters say they made quick entry to the attic, but there was extensive damage there, and then there was water damage to the rest of the home from the fire-fighting effort.
The fire department didn't have an estimate on the damage.

http://www.wbay.com/...n-paint-removal

This guy is pure genius. Now not only does he STILL have to strip the paint, but also fix the burned section of his house and most likely will have a hell of a lot of water damage. I really think insurance compainies should have a option on insurance called the "Posted Image up" Clause. If you don't purchase the "Posted Image up" option and you burn your damn house down in some dumbass fashion the insurance company is off the hook lol.

I really think Primer is the better option here though.

Edited by Hothotz, 08 July 2013 - 07:46 AM.


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View PostHothotz, on 08 July 2013 - 07:44 AM, said:

The Appleton Fire Department says a person working with a torch to remove paint outside a house sparked a fire that caused extensive damage throughout the attic.
The fire department was called to the 300-block of River Drive for a report of smoking coming from the roof.
Firefighters say the person was removing paint from the exterior of the house, but the torch ignited insulation materials.
Firefighters say they made quick entry to the attic, but there was extensive damage there, and then there was water damage to the rest of the home from the fire-fighting effort.
The fire department didn't have an estimate on the damage.

http://www.wbay.com/...n-paint-removal

This guy is pure genius. Now not only does he STILL have to strip the paint, but also fix the burned section of his house and most likely will have a hell of a lot of water damage. I really think insurance compainies should have a option on insurance called the "Posted Image up" Clause. If you don't purchase the "Posted Image up" option and you burn your damn house down in some dumbass fashion the insurance company is off the hook lol.

I really think Primer is the better option here though.

paint is a hell of a drug
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View PostPenguin, on 08 July 2013 - 07:52 AM, said:

paint is a hell of a drug
Just ask w00k.

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SAN DIEGO — A woman who fled after being convicted of insurance and disability fraud, then taunted law enforcement on Twitter before being captured in Mexico, pleaded not guilty Monday to a felony charge of failing to appear in court while on bail.

Wanda Lee Ann Podgurski, 60, was ordered to remain jailed without bail.


Podgurski was convicted in January of 29 felony counts related to the insurance and disability scam, in which she faked injuries and collected payments of more than $650,000 from insurance companies.

She was arrested last week in Rosarito, Mexico, after posting a Twitter message saying “Catch me if you can” to Dumanis. Her location was traced through her Twitter account by the Computer and Technology Crime High-Tech Response Team, authorities said.

Authorities said Podgurski traveled around the world at a time when she was supposedly disabled.

Podgurski — who was out of custody on $500,000 bail during her two- month trial — failed to show up when the verdict was read in her case in January. She was sentenced in absentia last month to 20 years and four months in state prison.

Podgurski faces an additional two years and eight months in prison if convicted of the latest charges.


http://fox5sandiego..../#axzz2YduZna9y


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Do criminals really think if they get out of the country they are just home free? Not like back in the wild west when you would rob a bank then head to Mexico.