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Navy Seal committed to psych ward for claiming he was a Navy Seal

The Virginia man arrested for gun possession in Manhattan Thursday and thrown in a psych ward when he claimed to be a member of the elite military unit but couldnít provide proof was telling the truth, The Post has learned Shaun Day, 29, was on a two-week leave when cops harpooned him for running a red light at 12:30 am at Second Avenue and East 26th Street When cops searched his pickup truck, they discovered a 9mm semiautomatic and three ammunition clips He claimed he was an elite com

Checkmate Atheists - Google Maps anomaly

Either someone forgot their pliers or 2012 The End has begun Scroll up to look at the sky [url=http://mapsgooglecouk/mapsf=q&source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=Foxoak+St,+Cradley+Heath,+West+Midlands+B64,+United+Kingdom&sll=53800651,-4064941&sspn=13283564,27817383&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Foxoak+St,+Cradley+Heath,+West+Midlands+B64,;+United+Kingdom&ll=52470103,-208251&spn=0003366,0006791&t=h&z=17&layer=c&cbll=52470165,-208

Li Ching-Yuen - lived for 256 years and ate the herb Ho-Shou-Wu

True story well as true as can be made out about Li Ching-Yuen who is said to have been one of the oldest persons who ever lived, reportedly dying at 256 years of age His long life was reputably because of using the herb fo-ti-tieng or Gotu Kola or Polygonum Multiflorum Ho-Shou-Wu or He-Shou-Wu Apparently the herb has a lot of different names This is what the herb looks like http://wwwtherootofthematterca/cgi-bin/itsmy/goexepage=28&domain=12&webdir=therootofthema

James May from Top Gear was once fired for making a secret message in Autocar Magazine

The laconic Captan Slow, James May, from Top Gear was once fired from Autocar when he inserted a secret message in the text of an article Funny In an interview with Richard Allinson on BBC Radio 2,[ May confessed that he was fired in 1992 from Autocar magazine after putting together a hidden message in one issue At the end of the year, the magazine's "Road Test Year Book" supplement was published Each spread featured four reviews and each review started with a large, red letter M

Meanwhile in America a woman sued a dead person after being hit by his flying body parts

A man killed by a train while crossing the tracks was held liable after a part of his body sent airborne by the collision struck and injured a bystander Maybe she was suing for an arm and a leg In 2008, Hiroyuki Joho, 18, was hurrying in pouring rain with an umbrella over his head, trying to catch an inbound Metra train due to arrive in about five minutes when he was struck by a southbound Amtrak train traveling more than 70 mph A large portion of his body was thrown about 100 feet on

Meanwhile in Australia someones pet crocodile is stolen and eaten by humans

A Snowtown woman returned from a weekend trip to find that her pet freshwater crocodile, Pinocchio, was missing presumably eaten by a human South Australian Police confirmed the crocodile had been stolen from its cage and are appealing for the public to help Owner Lorraine Samuels says she is worried about what may have happened to him "My worst fear is that someone has eaten him because crocodile meat has become a delicacy" Mrs Samuels says she hopes that someone who really,

Mythbusters accidently fire a cannon ball right through a house hitting a van - video

A house sustained some damaged late Tuesday afternoon when a cannonball that was fired as part of a stunt for the Discovery Channel show Mythbusters went through the wall of a home in a residential area of Dublin The Alameda County Sheriff's Department confirmed that at around 4:15 pm a cannonball was "misfired" from the Alameda County bomb range and went through the home located at the intersection of Cassata Place and Old Westbury Way According to the sheriff's department spok

Skeletons in British tourist exhibit turned out to be real - image

A skeleton at the London Dungeon's popular "creepy crypt" exhibit has been found to be real It is believed that the bones could have been displayed at the attraction since it opened in 1975 Now the skeleton has been found to be genuine, it must be licensed by the Human Tissues Authority at a cost of 2,000 pounds a year The remains, which include a rib-cage and backbone, have been named Kate - after model Kate Moss It is thought she might date from the early days of anatomical researc

Enter the number and then hit the Octothorpe key - image

Octothorpe is just one of a plethora of names for the symbol # The word has appeared in many forms, including octothorn, octalthorp, octothorp, and octatherp as well as octothorpe There are at least five stories circulating about its source Nobody is in any doubt about the first part, which is obviously enough from the Latin or Greek word for eight, as in octagon for an eight-sided figure, because of the eight points on the symbol Itís the second half that puzzles the experts One sto

TV shows always use the same prop newspaper

Someone recently put together a compilation of photos from various television shows, commercials and movies, showing how one newspaper prop gets around and is used and reused in shows This is probably to get around copyright issues It would be interesting to see just what the newspaper says From: http://wwwslashfilmcom/2010/06/04/lol-the-reoccurring-prop-newspaper

What happens to your body when you drink a can of Coke

Have you ever wondered why Coke comes with a smile Because it gets you high If this is what coke does, how much worse are energy drinks In the first 10 minutes: 10 teaspoons of sugar hit your system 100% of your recommended daily intake You donít immediately vomit from the overwhelming sweetness because phosphoric acid cuts the flavour, allowing you to keep it down 20 minutes: Your blood sugar spikes, causing an insulin burst Your liver responds to this by turning any sug

The humanity in octopuses - aliens among us

With brains in their tentacles and skin that can see, far from being just boring Cephalopods, octopuses are remarkably intelligent, and with some amazing skills Occasionally an octopus takes a dislike to someone Truman the octopus, felt this way about a female volunteer Using his funnel, the siphon near the side of the head used to jet through the sea, Truman would shoot a soaking stream of salt water at this young woman whenever he got a chance Later, she quit her volunteer position fo

Man breaks most of his bones after slipping on the curb

Orville Smith, a store manager for Best Buy in Augusta, Ga told police he observed a customer, later identified as Tyrone Jackson of Augusta, on surveillance cameras putting a laptop computer under his jacket When confronted the man became irate, knocked down an employee, drew a knife and ran for the door Outside on the sidewalk were four Marines collecting toys for the Toys for Tots program Smith said the Marines stopped the man, but he stabbed one of them, Cpt Phillip Duggan, in the

Man has tattoos removed over 25 painful surgeries - image

The tattoos that covered a man's face show the hate that was once in his heart Bryon Widner was one of America's most violent and well known white supremacists, and his heavily-tattooed face displayed it proudly But after shunning his racist beliefs, he was still unable to get work because of his facial scarring, and went through a long and complicated journey to have the tattoos removed, in the hope of starting his life anew After 25 surgeries over 16 months, Mr Widner's past ha

Semi takes wheelchair and guy for a wild ride

Was this a "hit and roll" I wonder how the motors in the wheelchair coped with the speed PAW PAW, Mich -- A 21-year-old man was taken on a wild ride Wednesday afternoon when the wheelchair he was in became attached to the grille of a semi-truck and was taken four miles down a highway at about 50 mph The man, whose name police did not release, was not injured The driver was unaware he was pushing the man, according to a news release from the Michigan State Police Authorities be
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