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Business Opinion / Re: Veterinarians in Pulaski County?
« on: May 03, 2009, 12:29:11 PM »
Cross Creek in Waynesville, very nice , great service.
I have to disagree with that, sorry.

Local News / Re: Swine flu in Missouri
« on: May 02, 2009, 11:05:44 PM »
KY3 just said another confirmed case in Missouri....didn't say where though.

Local News / Re: Wreck on T Hwy
« on: April 30, 2009, 01:17:31 AM »
I heard on the scanner it was in front of Taylor Estates, the new homes that Mark Rowden is building with the big fence.
Yep, That is it.

Local News / Re: Wreck on T Hwy
« on: April 30, 2009, 01:15:04 AM »
We know it's not Trena or her hubby, and I don't think Kristi is driving yet and Eeyore is online so I hope her family's home has anyone heard from littlebit or his wife?
Kathy and Freddy travel that road all the time also.
crap...........I better shut up before i start worrying everyone %%$%$$# :( :-\
Just noticed Littlebit posted in another thread........

Local News / Re: Wreck on T Hwy
« on: April 30, 2009, 01:12:58 AM »
I think it's the Ridgeview area

Local News / Re: Wreck on T Hwy
« on: April 30, 2009, 01:10:47 AM »
Kathy and Freddie are home safe!

Local News / Re: Wreck on T Hwy
« on: April 30, 2009, 01:09:45 AM »
Man. there really are a lot of members that live out there now. How about Sarahpage. How far out was the crash?
It was at the curve where they are building the new houses

Local News / Re: Wreck on T Hwy
« on: April 30, 2009, 12:35:17 AM »
How terrible. Makes me cringe. My husband and I travel that road everyday. Could happen to any of us.
My prayers are already going out to the families.............

Local News / Re: Wreck on T Hwy
« on: April 30, 2009, 12:23:53 AM »
My husband said several fire trucks, several cop cars, ambulance, looks like possibly a car off in the ditch. He's pretty far back in the line of cars.

Local News / Wreck on T Hwy
« on: April 30, 2009, 12:01:20 AM »
My husband just called and he is stuck on T Hwy behind an big accident.
Anyone heard anything?

National News / Re: Man shot 34 times in head with nail gun
« on: April 26, 2009, 01:18:43 PM »
Must have been the Boss on the job site. I looked at mine before while holding a nail gun, or chain saw. I thought better of it though.
Yeah, I'm sure that has crossed many minds. lol

Lighter News / Wis. teen allegedly steals from cars to pay lawyer
« on: April 26, 2009, 11:46:09 AM »
BELOIT, Wis. A teen allegedly broke into cars to raise money to pay a lawyer to defend him on other charges. A criminal complaint said a resident caught the teen inside his Chevrolet Camaro in his garage about 4:30 a.m. April 16 and tackled him and held him for police.
Officers found a GPS system, nine CDs and seven video games in his backpack. The criminal complaint said he took the items to help pay for a lawyer.
He was charged with felony burglary, possession of burglar tools and bail jumping.
The teen was charged previously with drug possession, disorderly conduct and theft of movable property.

Lighter News / Mom-to-be hit by car while fleeing bear is OK
« on: April 26, 2009, 11:44:35 AM »
                 DENVER A pregnant woman who was fleeing a bear when she was struck by a slow-moving car said she would honor the euthanized animal by giving her baby the middle name "Bear."
Ashley Swendsen, 26, said she thought the bear followed her more out of curiosity than malice because it kept a distance of about 10 feet Thursday morning on a hiking trail in northwestern Colorado Springs.
As she ran, she thought, "If it was going to hurt me, it already would have."
Swendsen managed to scramble up an embankment and was crossing the street when she was hit by a slow-moving car. Although she was not seriously injured, she was taken to a hospital as a precaution because she was pregnant.
Police said they're looking for the driver of the car that hit Swendsen. The driver stopped and spoke to her but left before police arrived.
Swendsen said she first spotted the bear as it was coming out of a creek.
"I didn't know what to do, so I just kept walking," she said. "I wasn't going to start sprinting."
But she started running when the bear moved toward her.
The Colorado Division of Wildlife said the chase happened in an area where bears are common. Division spokesman Michael Seraphin said the brown-colored North American black bear was tranquilized and later euthanized after Swendsen identified it.
Swendsen said she was sad to hear about the bear's death.
"Yeah, because the bear spared me, and then it had to die," she said.
Swendsen, who is about five months pregnant, said she doesn't know the sex of her baby but will give it the middle name "Bear" whether it's a boy or a girl.


National News / Man shot 34 times in head with nail gun
« on: April 26, 2009, 11:43:20 AM »
CANBERRA (Reuters) Australian police released Friday a shocking x-ray photo showing the skull of a murdered Chinese immigrant shot 34 times in the head and neck with a high-power nail gun.
 The body of Chen Liu, 27, was found by two children last year in marshland in south Sydney, wrapped in a carpet and bound with electrical wire.
 Detectives said the weapon used was a standard gas nail gun widely available and used in construction, firing nails up to 85mm (3.3 inches) long.
 "In 36 years, I've never seen a murder of this nature," Homicide Squad Superintendent Geoff Beresford told reporters.
 Liu arrived in Australia in 2000 and was reported missing last year.

All I can say is...OMG!

Lighter News / Facebook surfing while sick costs woman job
« on: April 25, 2009, 10:37:37 AM »
ZURICH (Reuters)   A Swiss insurance worker lost her job after surfing popular social network site Facebook while off sick, her employer said Friday.
 The woman said she could not work in front of a computer as she needed to lie in the dark but was then seen to be active on Facebook, which insurer Nationale Suisse said in a statement had destroyed its trust in the employee.
 "This abuse of trust, rather than the activity on Facebook, led to the ending of the work contract," it said.
 The unnamed woman told the 20 Minuten daily she had been surfing Facebook in bed on her iPhone and accused her employer of spying on her and other employees by sending a mysterious friend request which allows access to personal online activity.
 Nationale Suisse rejected the accusation of spying and said the employee's Facebook activity had been stumbled across by a colleague in November, before use of the social network site was blocked in the company.

Lighter News / Man, 84, fights off carjackers with groin kick
« on: April 25, 2009, 10:35:57 AM »
TACOMA, Wash. An 84-year-old man has a black eye, but he still has his car, after fighting off two would-be carjackers. Ted Mazetier said he stopped Wednesday night to help two men with a disabled car when one punched him in the face and demanded his keys. Mazetier said he kicked the man in the groin and the other in the belly. The two men fled as a passer-by stopped to help.
Police later arrested two suspects for investigation of assault.
Mazetier said he'll think twice before stopping again to help someone on the street. He'll be 85 in June.

Lighter News / Men find abandoned safe thought to be century old
« on: April 24, 2009, 11:11:12 AM »
TULSA, Okla. Two men said they've found an abandoned safe by the side of some railroad tracks and that it could be more than a century old. Bill Dodd, one of the men who found the safe about a month and a half ago, says it weighs about 4,000 pounds. It's now on display at an east Tulsa sign company while the men decide what to do with it.
The patent dates on the safe range from 1856 to 1907. Dodd says that the safe is rusted shut and its locks have been broken off. He says he thinks there's something inside and that it hasn't been opened as far as he knows.
Dodd said the safe could be auctioned off for charity or the men who found it could open it themselves. He says the latter option probably would require cutting into the safe.

Lighter News / One-eyed, 3-legged alligator found on Fla. beach
« on: April 24, 2009, 11:09:21 AM »
SEACREST BEACH, Fla. It sounds more like something out of a freak show: a one-eyed, 3-legged alligator. The gator was captured Thursday morning in Seacrest Beach by Walton County officials. The animal was less than five feet long and had somehow found its way to the beach.
A family visiting from Chicago called it the perfect day at the beach. They learned how to tell apart an alligator from a crocodile.
The rare gator was taken to a safe location and returned without harm to the wild.

Lighter News / Man pretending to fall off bridge actually falls
« on: April 24, 2009, 11:08:33 AM »
BLOOMINGTON, Minn. Police said a 23-year-old man is in stable condition after he pretended that he was falling off a bridge over the Minnesota River, then actually fell off the bridge. Police got a call just before 5 a.m. Sunday from a 21-year-old man who said his friend fell off the Highway 77 bridge and into a marshy area about 30 feet below.
The caller said he was driving north when his friend, who he said had been drinking, told him to pull into the bridge's emergency lane so he could urinate.
The 23-year-old stood eventually climbed to the ledge of the bridge, then looked at his friend and pretended to fall. "He then in fact fell," reads a press release from the Bloomingtin Police Department.
Police from Bloomington and Eagan responded, and the Eagan Fire Department used a chair lift to retrieve the man. He was transported to Hennepin County Medical Center where was treated.

I just heard he passed...........

Lighter News / Re: NYC prosecutors: Dad robs, mom drives, kids ride
« on: April 23, 2009, 09:57:10 PM »
Quality family time?

Lighter News / NYC prosecutors: Dad robs, mom drives, kids ride
« on: April 23, 2009, 12:00:49 PM »
NEW YORK Prosecutors said a New York City dad and another man robbed homes while his girlfriend drove the getaway minivan with the kids in tow. The three pleaded not guilty Wednesday to burglary and weapon charges. The Queens district attorney's office said a witness saw the blue minivan outside his home Monday with a woman in the driver's seat and the two men going out his front door.
His sister's apartment in the home had been broken into. A handheld game and $1,500 were stolen.
A police officer saw the same minivan later and arrested the three after seeing the men break into another apartment, prosecutors said.
A 5-month-old and a 4-year-old were in the minivan with the woman at the time.

Lighter News / Bra deflects bullet aimed at woman
« on: April 23, 2009, 11:59:35 AM »
DETROIT (Reuters) A 57-year-old Detroit woman avoided serious injury when the underwire on her bra deflected a bullet shot at her from next door, police said.
 The woman, who lives on the West side of Detroit, saw a group of men breaking into a neighbor's house on Tuesday morning. When the men spotted her, one of them fired a shot at her, a police spokesman said.
 The bullet struck the underwire on the woman's bra and that saved her from a more serious injury, police said.
 "It did slow the bullet down," said Detroit police spokesman Phillip Cook. "She sustained injuries but they're not life threatening."
 The woman, who was not identified, was treated at a nearby hospital. The suspects in the shooting drove away.

Lighter News / Minn. surgeon needs two tries to remove appendix
« on: April 23, 2009, 11:58:47 AM »
SHAKOPEE, Minn. A state investigative report said a surgeon performed an appendectomy on the same patient twice after he mistakenly removed a piece of fatty tissue instead the first time. The Star Tribune reported that the surgeon realized his mistake two days after the first operation after a hospital pathologist reported what was removed was "not an appendix."
The patient had been complaining of pain and fever and was ordered back for a second surgery.
The by now ruptured appendix was removed, after which the unidentified patient spent 11 days in the hospital with complications from the second surgery.
The Health Department found no evidence the hospital did anything wrong. Complaints against doctors are handled by a separate state agency. The Board of Medical Practice isn't commenting on the case.

Lighter News / Re: NY woman planning to have dead lover's child
« on: April 23, 2009, 12:41:31 AM »
Trena prefers to have hers delivered Fresh from the supplier right Trena :th_thmuwahaha-1:   ;D   ((*(*&
Absolutely!!!!!!! lol

Lighter News / Re: NY woman planning to have dead lover's child
« on: April 22, 2009, 11:54:13 PM »

Lighter News / Miss. woman gets shot in head, but makes tea
« on: April 22, 2009, 11:03:22 AM »
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. A Mississippi woman who was shot in the head not only survived but made herself tea and offered an astonished deputy something to drink, authorities said Friday. Tammy Sexton, 47, remained hospitalized three days after being wounded by her husband, who killed himself after he shot his wife. A bullet struck her squarely in the forehead, passed through her skull and exited through the back of her head, authorities said. She is expected to fully recover.
"There's no way she should be alive other than a miracle from God," said Sheriff Mike Byrd of Jackson County, Miss.
Byrd said deputies were looking for Sexton's husband, Donald Ray Sexton, earlier in the week to give him a document ordering him to stay away from his wife. Court records show he was put on probation for six months on April 9 for domestic violence.
He showed up at their home in rural Jackson County in Southeast Mississippi about 12:10 a.m. Tuesday and confronted his wife as a relative ran next door to call police, the sheriff said.
"She was at her bed, and he shot her right in the head," Byrd said. "Then he went out on the back porch and shot himself."
A deputy was greeted by the woman when he arrived minutes after she was shot with the slug from a .380-caliber handgun.
"When the officer got there she said, `What's going on?' She was holding a rag on her head and talking. She was conscious, but she was confused about what had happened," he said. "She had made herself some tea and offered the officer something to drink."
Byrd said the bullet apparently passed through the lobes of the woman's brain without causing major damage. She was rushed to a Mobile hospital by a helicopter.
While such cases may be rare, a neurosurgeon who wasn't involved in Sexton's case said such an outcome is possible. Medical journals also confirm people have been shot in the head with little or no lasting injury.
"There is a space in the brain where a missile could pass without doing any major damage. Is it possible? Yes. It would be rare," said Dr. Patrick Pritchard, an assistant professor of surgery at the University of Alabama-Birmingham.
The sheriff called the case bizarre.
"You just don't hear of something like this. Somebody gets shot in the head and they're dead," Byrd said.

Lighter News / NY woman planning to have dead lover's child
« on: April 22, 2009, 11:02:20 AM »
NEW YORK A New York judge has given a woman permission to harvest her dead lover's sperm so she can still have his baby.
Johnny Quintana was only 31 when he died Thursday of an apparent heart attack.
He had wanted to have a second child with his fiancee, Gisela Marrero, but the only way to make it happen was to quickly collect his sperm, which stays fresh for only 36 hours after death.
A court order was needed because Quintana and Marrero were not yet married.
The Bronx judge said "yes" Friday with only four hours left until the deadline.
Sperm bank staffers then rushed to Jacobi Medical Center, where Quintana's body lay.
Marrero already has a 2-year-old son with Quintana.

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