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“She should just get her other wisdom teeth taken out, leaving her with two ever-open, unblinking eyes. Creepy but symmetrical. Problem solved.”
“Why are we writing about the 25 greatest bikini scenes in cinema history? I’m glad you asked. As it happens, March is Women’s History Month, so I’ve decided to celebrate the occasion the only way I know how: by sitting around in my underwear and objectifying females. In all fairness, these women objectified themselves, and I’m simply compiling the list.” w/ photos
“Last week, the U.S. Postal Service delivered a handwritten letter to its address in central California. The letter was postmarked in Montgomery, Ala. The date on the postmark is Aug. 9, 1944. Yes, 1944. It’s good for a laugh — the term “snail mail” takes on a whole new meaning — but the hope is there’s a touching side to this story, and that its intended recipient, or her relatives, may still be found. The letter is addressed thusly: “Miss R.T. Fletcher, American Red Cross Station Hospital, Camp Roberts, California.” As you might imagine, Miss Fletcher is no longer at Camp Roberts. The letter was delivered to Gary McMaster, the volunteer curator for the Camp Roberts Historical Museum. The letter is still sealed, but unfortunately, the return address on the envelope has been torn off. All that remains are the address and the postmark.” w/ photo
“Hundreds of people from the United States and Canada want to adopt an Oklahoma dog that survived an attempt to euthanize it. The puppy was one of five stray dogs that Sulphur animal control officer Scott Prall put to sleep Friday — or so he thought. Prall found one of the dogs alive Saturday in a trash bin set aside for dead animals and took it to veterinarian technician Amanda Kloski. “He was prancing around. He heard me drive up, and he looked up and saw me,” Prall said Wednesday. He said he initially found the stray dog near the animal shelter Friday and tried to kill it by injecting the dog with two lethal doses of a sedative in a foreleg and the heart. Each dose should have been enough to kill the dog, and the second injection was meant to ensure it worked. Kloski noted the dog’s survival on a pet adoption website, drawing the attention of Marcia Machtiger of Pittsburgh, who donated $100 so Kloski could board the dog for a week. A girl from Sulphur named the puppy Wall-e, after a Disney movie character, and Machtiger posted Wall-e’s story on her Facebook page. She and Kloski are sorting through hundreds of e-mails and phone calls from people wanting to adopt the lucky dog.” w/ photo + video
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