Thursday, July 28, 2016

A 30-year-old Guy head-butted His Own MOM Over Dinner

Foreman, 30, is nursing a boo-boo he got late Thursday after allegedly  head-butting his mother in the face  during a confrontation in their residence at their home in Largo, Florida. The reason for Foreman’s battering of his 55-year-old parent? “ They had a verbal disagreement because the victim brought home Chick-fil-A and he did not want to eat Chick-fil-A and became upset before head-butted his mother, causing her bottom lip to split. He was arrested for domestic battery, a misdemeanor, and booked into the county jail but later released from custody and directed to have no contact with his mother. A judge also ordered Foreman to be outfitted with a device that monitors his alcohol intake. (Smoking Gun)

A New Study Shows That Getting-it-on Could Keep You From Overeating

Obesity may ultimately be a disease of the brain, involving a progressive deterioration of various cognitive processes that influence eating. Researchers at Macquarie University have now shown that memory inhibition – the useful ability to ‘block out’ memories that are no longer useful, which depends on a brain area called the hippocampus – is linked to dietary excess. Usually, food-related memories should be at the forefront during hunger but then inhibited during fullness, so that thoughts of food are set aside when eating is no longer top priority. Prior animal studies have shown that a Western diet – one high in fats and sugars and low in fruit, vegetable and fiber – impairs the memory inhibition abilities of the hippocampus. Practically, this could mean that a Western-style diet makes it harder to inhibit pleasant memories triggered by seeing or smelling palatable food. This would make it hard to resist delicious treats even if one were full. (SSIB)

 

It’s All Gone Down The Drain

A toilet-themed cafe where customers dine on meatballs floating in soup-filled latrines may not be everyone’s idea of haute cuisine, but Indonesians are flocking to become privy to the latest lavatorial trend. Guests at the “Jamban Cafe” sit on upright toilets around a table where food is served in squat loos. On a recent visit to the venue, in Semarang on Java island, traditional Indonesian “bakso” — a type of meatball — bobbed in a murky soup in one toilet, while a second contained a brightly-coloured, alcohol-free cocktail. For those who found the whole experience too nauseating, there was a sick bag hanging by the entrance. (Yahoo)

 

What A Load Of Croc…

An Australian family woke up to a bizarre discovery — someone had entered their home and let a 5-1/2-foot crocodile in their bathroom. Homeowner Becky Myers said she and her family members often spot crocodiles near their home in the Bees Creek area of Darwin, but the saltwater croc her tenant discovered in their home recently was the first they had ever found inside the house. She went into bathroom and there’s a croc sitting there on floor. I didn’t know if it was alive or not — its eyes were open but it wasn’t moving. Crocodile ranger spokesperson said the croc put up a bit of a fight despite her poor health and taped mouth. He said she was taken to a nearby farm for medical attention. Due to laws, the prankster or pranksters could face hefty fines for interfering with wildlife. (UPI)

 

Whatever Blows Up Your Skirt

A man admitted he surreptitiously took cellphone video up a woman’s skirt while she shopped at a grocery store, but a Georgia court said he didn’t break the law. A divided Georgia Court of Appeals this month tossed out the conviction of former grocery store employee Brandon Lee Gary, who recorded videos up a woman’s skirt — known as “upskirting” — while she shopped. The 6-3 majority opinion said Gary’s behavior, while reprehensible, doesn’t violate the state’s invasion of privacy law, under which he was prosecuted. In a ruling issued July 15, Judge Elizabeth Branch said it is “regrettable that no law currently exists which criminalizes Gary’s reprehensible conduct.” Prosecuting Attorneys Council of Georgia plans to draft legislation to solve the problem. State Rep. Rich Golick, a Republican who chairs the House Judiciary Non-Civil Committee, claimed he would welcome such a bill and State Senator Vincent Fort plans to make sure the law is fixed during the next legislative session, which begins in January. (NYDaily News)

 

Hot Dogs On A Tin Roof

Two dogs covered in melted black tar were rescued off a roof on one of the hottest day of the year during a heat wave in New Jersey. On July 22, an animal shelter received a call that two dogs were in extreme distress on a roof and the Newark-based Associated Humane Popcorn Park Shelter went to investigate. The group was confronted with the horrific sight of a Pit Bull and a Yorkshire Terrier ‘frantically “dancing” on the roof in an attempt to stop their feet from burning.’ Temperatures had reached 96 degrees and the group wrote on its Facebook page that the tar on the roof was ‘bubbling, boiling, and burning these helpless dogs.’

As for criminal charges against the owner or owners, the shelter wrote on Facebook: ‘If you look at just these two pictures of the pit bull with a burned face, covered in hot tar, and the rear end of the Yorkie burned and caked in tar, it’s very obvious that this is outright animal cruelty, abuse and neglect.’ It added that animal law enforcement agencies in Newark will be investigating. The shelter is asking for donations to help cover the costs of the dogs’ medical treatment. The group made a plea for people to watch out for animals, especially in this extreme heat. (Daily Mail)

 

A guy in Washington got high on synthetic marijuana, goes to stranger’s house and has sex with one of their garbage cans.

An Aberdeen man was transported to Community Hospital for evaluation last night after residents reported a man was defecating in their driveway and attempting to mate with their garbage can. Responding officers said the 25-year-old Aberdeen man was unable to communicate with them. Based on his interactions with police, they felt that he may have ingested a large amount of marijuana or synthetic marijuana. The Aberdeen Fire Department also responded, and transported the man to Community Hospital for further evaluation. Police checked the area afterwards and found no “deposits” in the driveway. (KBKW)

 

This is the month when people are most likely to cheat, according to a new survey.  

One would suggest you stay monogamous, but July. The second busiest month for cheating is June, which is why it’s also known as ‘Flaming June’, closely followed by September, when people a rush to see their lovers again after an extended summer period with family . In keeping with this theme – January is the next popular as cheaters become desperate to see their bit on the side after a family packed few weeks.

The study also found:

  • 82% of adulterers stay in touch with lovers while they are on holiday with their families via text, phone chats, face-timing, or email. So if your partner is sneaking off on their own each night while you’re away- it might not be for some fresh air.
  • 62% of cheats hook up with their lovers within a week of returning home.
  • One in ten adulterers even plan a holiday close to home or arrange one that is nearby to their lover because they can’t bear to be away from them for that long.
  • Some players even stretch to two holidays per year- one with their family and one with their lover, claiming that they are away with work if their partner becomes suspicious of both days and night spent way from home.

Top Months For Cheating

1 July

2 June

3 September

4 January

5 May

6 August

7 March

8 October

9 December

10 November

11 February

12 April

(Female First)

 

Poke-who?

A St. Charles County man faces charges for allegedly trying to entice a teenage girl for sex using the Pokémon Go app. Members of the St. Charles County Cyber Crimes Task Force did not find a Pokémon, but they did find William R. Conner, 47, of Lake St. Louis. According to the St. Charles County Police Department, Conner arranged to have sex with a 14-year-old he met online through an ad linked to the popular Pokémon Go game. Turns out, there was no 14-year-old girl, it was a sting operation, police say. Conner faces charges including enticement of a child. The Cyber Crime Task Force has lots of experience catching predators through chat rooms and various web sites. The task force says they are warning parents that innocent games like Pokémon needs to be monitored. According to police, Conner is being held at the St. Charles County Detention Center on $50,000. (KMOV)

 

Get A Job!

After Black Lives Matter demonstrations erupted in Dallas three weeks ago, Police Chief David Brown told protesters one way that they could fix problems they see in law enforcement. Now it seems some people may have been listening. Employment applications to the Dallas Police Department have more than tripled since the shooting July 7 that killed five officers and injured nine more, according to statistics posted on the department’s Facebook page. It is not known whether any of the applicants were protesters or connected to the Black Lives Matter movement. From June 8 to June 20, the department received about 11 applications per day. From July 8 to July 20, it received nearly 40 per day. In recent months, the department was forced to cancel training academy classes for a lack of recruits. (Washington Post)

 

Love At First Scam

A Sacramento senior thought she had found love online but found out a little too late she was scammed. A divorced senior. who wanted a companion now regrets accepting a Facebook friend request that popped up in February. Now a scammer found his way into her heart through her Facebook posts, and later, her pocketbook. She saed it was amazing how much she had in common with a man supposedly named Robinson. He said he was working on an oil rig in Alaska and social media was his way to ease the loneliness. Both had a passion for camping, German shepherds and had ties to Texas. After a month of chatting and texting, the divorcee says their Facebook friendship had blossomed into something more.

But shortly thereafter, Robinson had a string of bad luck. He told Lynn his daughter was severely ill. “She needed $950 for the medicine or she was going to die, which I gave him”. Then, he said pirates attacked his rig and he desperately needed money to fix his boat. Despite feeling something was not right, the lady wired Robinson $1,750. Later, she realized she was scammed. These so-called sweetheart scammers often target lonely seniors and will seek common interests that you post on your Facebook page. It’s a good reason to make your page private and never accept a friendship request from someone who you don’t know. (CBS Sacramento)

 

Today Is:

*Buffalo Soldiers Day  Link
*Lumberjack Day (Last Friday of the Last Full Weekend)
*National Chili Dog Day (Last Thursday)
*National Milk Chocolate Day  Link
*National Refreshment Day Link  (4th Thursday)
*World Hepatitis Day Link

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