Friday, June 25, 2010

You’ll be sleeping alone again tonight

A man in Florida was run over by the pickup truck he was working on when his dog jumped into the front seat and put it in reverse. He initially refused to get treatment because he hates doctors, but the apologetic dog convinced his owner to let him drive him to his vet.

British veterinarians saved the life of a cat who lost two legs in an accident by replacing them with the world’s first fully-operational feline bionic legs. The cat has been signed to star in a new TV show called “The Six Million Dollar Manx.”

Rock singer Meat Loaf is in talks to compete on the next edition of “The Celebrity Apprentice.” He should do well as long as he doesn’t compare Donald Trump’s hair to a bat out of hell.

A two-foot long metal arm from the Terminator, the only known surviving piece of the movie robot, is being auctioned off in California. A Terminator arm would make a great I’ll-be-backscratcher.

An atheists' organization has put up a billboard on Billy Graham Parkway in Charlotte, North Carolina. Always the peacemaker, the Reverand Graham prayed for the atheists and also that no one gets hurt when lightning hits it.

In San Bernadino, California, police were called to break up a fight between parents attending a kindergarten graduation. Something about the valedictorian being undeserving of the honor because he wasn‘t potty-trained yet.

According to a study presented at the first International Conference on Yawning in Paris, yawning may be a sign of sexual desire. If you believe a yawn is a good way to show a woman you're interested, y.

It’s rumored that Playboy has offered Justin Bieber's mom $50,000 to pose topless. Sure, it sounds creepy, but if the shock causes Justin to lose his voice, I’m all for it.

Kellogg Co. is voluntarily recalling about 28 million boxes of Apple Jacks, Corn Pops, Froot Loops and Honey Smacks cereals because an unusual smell and flavor from the packages' liners could make people ill. That’s almost as many people who get ill from reading the ingredients.

Kentucky Senate candidate Rand Paul says an underground electronic fence along the U.S.-Mexico border would be a cost-effective way to stop illegal immigration. If it’s that cheap, I’m willing to chip and put one around Kentucky before Rand leaves.

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