Two 13-year-old girls got more than just tan-lines when they decided to sunbathe on a rural road. The unfortunate accident took place in Economy, PA, when a 19-year-old man in a vehicle didn’t see the girls lying on the road and ran over them.
While breaking up with someone can be a nasty affair, not many lose this many teeth in the process. Unfortunately for Marek Olszewski, it was a foolish mistake to trust his dentist ex-girlfriend that cost him all 32 of his teeth.
With the convenience and anonymity that comes with texting, you would think it’s easy to pull off a prank. But for a teenager in Arkansas, a texting prank backfired when she joked about hiding a dead body, and sent the text prank to a random local number. That random number turned out to belong to a police detective, who obviously didn’t consider the message a joke.
Ever wanted to be the ruler of your own town? Well, here’s your chance. The small (and we mean small) town of Buford, Wyoming, has a population of just one. And that one resident has now decided it’s time for him to move out and put the town up for sale. Don Sammons, who moved to Buford over 20 years ago, is auctioning the 10-acre town at a starting bid of $100,000.
The news bloopers just keep on coming. During Fox News’ early morning Super Tuesday wrap-up, the head news anchor went live to Washington correspondent Doug Luzader for an update on the election race. To quote the news anchor, it went like this: “Hello Doug… Hi Doug… uh… I, guess not…”
The pace at which the Republican presidential race is going, it’s surely going take a toll on the various candidates. Lack of sleep being one. Case in point, Newt Gingrich, who dozed off in front of the camera during the live streaming at the AIPAC conference.
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