Saturday, February 13, 2010

U.S. Solider Waterboards His 4 Year Old Daughter Because She Couldn't Recite The Alphabet

All of the latest weird news from around the globe....

*One U.S. soldier recently waterboarded his four-year-old daughter because she was unable to recite her alphabet.

*One high school student in New York was recently arrested by police for doodling on her desk.

*A U.S. Tax Court has ruled that a Massachusetts woman should be permitted to deduct the costs of her sex-change operation from her taxes.

*Reports that 2 to 3 feet of snow would hit the mid-Atlantic region created an absolute panic buying atmosphere at Washington D.C. area supermarkets prior to last weekend's blizzard.

*According to a shocking new study published in the International Journal of Food Microbiology, nearly half of the 90 beverages from soda fountain machines in one area in Virginia tested positive for coliform bacteria - which could indicate possible fecal contamination.

*A surprising new poll says that 42 percent of the people who are living in Britain would like to leave the country.

*Police in Georgia say that a 23-year-old man recently grabbed a baseball bat inside of a Wal-Mart and smashed 29 flat-screen televisions.

*One man in the U.K. who had never before had an allergic reaction in his life almost died after spraying himself with a popular deodorant spray called Lynx.

*According to a new survey conducted for Daily Kos by polling firm Research 2000, 63 percent of those who identify themselves as Republicans believe that Barack Obama is a socialist.

*Some scientists are now saying that eating chocolate is a good way to fight cancer.

*One famous actor from India recently autographed a naked scan of himself that airport security officials had printed out using the controversial new full body scanners.

*A new documentary claims that many students are unable to concentrate in school because the Internet is '"rewiring" their brains.

*Some 1st grade students in Arizona will now be receiving 50 percent of their instruction in Chinese.

*The Texas State Board of Education will soon vote on a proposal to substitute the term "American" with "global citizen" in school textbooks.

*One man in Haiti was able to survive under the rubble of the earthquake for 27 days because somebody in a white coat had occasionally brought him water while he was pinned down.

*According to Michael Mautner, Research Professor of Chemistry at Virginia Commonwealth University, humanity has a "moral obligation" to seed the universe with life.

*Lastly, you might not want to read this story if you want to retain your faith in your fellow Americans: 16 Cold Hard Facts That Prove That America Has Become A Nation Full Of Perverts And Predators.

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