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  1. howzitboy

    howzitboy No life

    easier to just put em all one place~!

    Lawyer Learns He Has at Least 75 Children

    Boston lawyer Ben Seisler picked up extra money while attending law school at George Mason University by donating to a Virginia sperm bank.

    Seisler earned $150 per donation, the Boston Globe reports. He apparently visited the sperm bank often.

    In 2005, he used his donor number to register with an online tracking site called the Donor Sibling Registry. Seisler learned he has at least 75 children, the story says. And the 33-year-old lawyer expects the number to grow to 120 to 140 children. He uses an Excel spreadsheet to keep track of them all.

    Seisler is profiled in a Style network documentary that chronicled the issues, including the anger of the woman who became his wife. The program airs tonight. “What if they all come knocking?” she asks angrily on camera. “Did you think of the consequences that would come out of this?”

    George Washington University law professor Naomi Cahn is among those calling for more regulation. Experts fear the explosion in half siblings could result in accidental incest or spread genes for rare diseases.

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    wonder if they all got good lawyers and sued him for child support.....
  2. howzitboy

    howzitboy No life

    Treasure hunters eye huge silver haul from WWII ship

    When the SS Gairsoppa was torpedoed by a German U-boat 70 years ago, it took its huge silver cargo to a watery grave. US divers are working to recover what may be the biggest shipwreck haul ever, valued at some $210 million.

    Florida-based Odyssey Marine Exploration on Monday confirmed the identity and location of the Gairsoppa, and cited official documents indicating the British ship was carrying some 219 tons of silver when it sank in 1941 in the North Atlantic some 300 miles (490 kilometers) off the Irish coast.

    Valued then at 600,000 pounds, the silver today is worth about $210 million, which would make it history's largest recovery of precious metals lost at sea, Odyssey said.

    and the good news:
    After a competitive tender process the British government awarded Odyssey an exclusive salvage contract for the cargo, and under the agreement Odyssey will retain 80 percent of the silver bullion salvaged from the wreck.

    so they get to recover it and keep most of it!!
  3. King Justice

    King Justice FH Supporter Staff Member

    GOLDMINE!




    so to speak
  4. howzitboy

    howzitboy No life

    Sly Stone homeless in Los Angeles

    Sly Stone homeless: The former lead singer of Sly & the Family Stone is living in a van parked on a street in Los Angeles. And, Sly Stone just released a new album.

    Yes, Sly Stone, the famous lead singer for the funkadelic R&B band Sly & the Family Stone, is living in a white van Los Angeles.

    The singer, songwriter, and record producer, soared to success in the late 1960s and early 1970s. The multi-racial, multi-gender band become one of the most influential of its era. The band's first big hit was "Dance to the Music" and that was followed by "Everyday People" in 1969. But Stone and his band reportedly became heavy illegal drug users after their success, and the band eventually broke up.

    Stone is now living and composing on a laptop out of a camper van parked in front of a house in Crenshaw, the New York Post reports. The Post says that a retired couple allows the 68-year-old to shower in their house and feed Stone once a day
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    sad, very sad.. stupid too
  5. I-Ruehl

    I-Ruehl Ugly white girl.

    Man shot in the face on southside


    Metro police have charged two men in connection with the accidental shooting of 18-year-old Darius Hay.

    Police say Hay was hit in the face with birdshot about 9:43 p.m. in the Platation Oaks apartment complex, located on Abercorn Street near Holland Drive. His wounds don't appear to be life-threatening, police say.

    Hay's roommate, 18-year-old Robert McLaughlin, has been charged with concealing evidence and altering the serial number on a firearm.

    Police say Darin Banister, 17, accidentaly shot Hay with McLaughlin's shotgun as the three men were filming a rap video in the apartment. Banister has been charged with reckless conduct.

    Everyone in the apartment ran, police say, and McLaughlin hid the shotgun in bushes.

    Police say McLaughlin led them back to the shotgun after they caught him and Banister with blood on their clothes at the Abercorn Street post office, located less than half a mile from Platation Oaks
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    Battery JaVale McGee

    www.yahoo.com
  7. howzitboy

    howzitboy No life

    Yahoo! was founded by Jerry Yang and David Filo in January 1994 and was incorporated on March 1, 1995.

    so sorry, yahoo is old news
  8. GZire

    GZire Power User

    Case of 'uniboob' a startling reminder to pick plastic surgeon with care




    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/44677628/ns/health-skin_and_beauty/#.ToJM8ewYFjs
  9. werd

    werd ಠ_ಠ

    you know if you'd like, I can setup an RSS feed for this.
  10. howzitboy

    howzitboy No life

    "It's a uniboob," he says. "It's where the implant pockets are connected in the middle — and they definitely shouldn't be."
    how sexy!! wonder where u can get a bikini with just one cup? or do u just buy bigger one and remove the one u dont need...
  11. i'll post a picture later. i still have some of the nasty gogo dancer pictures from that old thread a long time ago. one of them has uniboob.
  12. howzitboy

    howzitboy No life

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    Life-size Lego SUV is as impractical as it is awesome
    OK, so this awe-inspiring, life-size model doesn't actually drive anywhere. In fact, the doors don't even open. But it's none the less impressive for that. Created to mark the launch of Ford's latest Explorer SUV (and the upcoming opening of the world's largest Lego theme park), the model was constructed by a Connecticut-based team of 22 master builders, a task which took some 2,500 hours. In its finished state, it weighs over 2,600 pounds, more than half as much as the real car -- although about a quarter of its mass is down to a huge aluminum base that strengthens and supports the structure.

    But don't try building it at home. In total, the Lego Explorer uses about 380,000 bricks -- which, at a typical market rate of about ten cents per brick, would cost nearly $40,000. And yes, that's indeed more than enough to buy you an actual, drivable new-model Explorer, with enough left over to spec out some nice options.


    and yes, its news!!
  13. howzitboy

    howzitboy No life

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    Two-faced cat sets record as oldest living "Janus" cat

    CONWAY, Mass (Reuters) - Frank and Louie is the world's oldest two-faced cat, which is not to say he is deceitful or insincere.

    Rather, the fluffy, gray feline with two mouths, two noses and three eyes, turned 12 years old this month, setting the record for "longest surviving Janus cat," Sara Wilcox, a Guinness World Records spokeswoman said on Tuesday.

    The name "Janus cat" was coined by British zoologist Dr. Karl Shuker, based on the two-faced Roman god of transitions, gates and doorways.

    rest of story here
  14. howzitboy

    howzitboy No life

    96-Year-Old Woman, Amada Rice Stevenson, Charged With Killing Nephew

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    A 53-year-old man was allegedly killed when his 96-year-old aunt that he feared allegedly shot him with a .357 handgun.

    Rice's wife found his body blocking the door to their bedroom on Saturday night. Police said he was shot in the chest while he lay in bed.

    A neighbor and co-worker told The Record that he lived in fear of his aunt, but let her move in with him and his wife this year, because no one else would take her.
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    she was crazy and he still let her live with him? nice guy, stupid and dead but nice guy
  15. howzitboy

    howzitboy No life

    2 Maine men found dead in motel sewage tank

    Two men who worked for a pump-repair company were found dead Tuesday in a sewage tank they were working on at a Kennebunkport motel.

    Winfield Studley, 58, of Windsor, and Richard Kemp, 70 of Monmouth, were found floating in the tank shortly after 11 a.m. at The Lodge at Turbat's Creek, Police Chief Craig Sanford said.

    Police found the men in the tank after getting a call from somebody who said they couldn't locate the workers, Sanford said.
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    what a shitty way to die....
  16. howzitboy

    howzitboy No life

    now for some local news:

    Body of 17-year-old boy found behind Taco Bell in Waianae

    The body of a 17-year-old boy was found late Tuesday night in a stream behind a Taco Bell on Farrington Highway in Waianae, police said today.

    The teen may have fallen down a 15-foot concrete embankment into Kaupuni Stream behind the fast-food restaurant at 85-752 Farrington Highway about 10:10 p.m., according to police.

    His identity was not immediately released.

    Police said they do not suspect foul play and that alcohol may have been a factor in his death.

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    guess 17yr olds always die behind taco bell...
  17. howzitboy

    howzitboy No life

    HPD investigating attempted kidnapping case

    KANEOHE (HawaiiNewsNow) - Honolulu police are investigating an attempted kidnapping in Kaneohe.

    According to police, a woman in her 20s was walking home from work at around 10:30 p.m. Tuesday on Kahuhipa Street.

    A large Polynesian man then reportedly drove up and tried to force her into his blue vehicle.

    The victim escaped by hitting him with a rock that she carried in her purse.

    Anyone with information about this case is asked to call police.

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    why would she carry a rock in her purse? Is Kaneohe that ghetto that she has to carry "protection"? wish she carried a gun instead and shot that mofo in the dick
  18. howzitboy

    howzitboy No life

    Mystery figure appears in photo taken by vacationing family

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    The De Vanny family visited the Arizona Memorial on Monday, and as usual, Susan took lots of photos.

    "I was flicking through the photos and seeing how many do I really need, and take some of the bad ones out and then I came across this particular photo," said Susan De Vanny.

    The particular photo of the water over the wreckage, with oil shimmering, shows an image that looks like a face. Susan wasn't quite sure what to make of it.

    "I showed my husband and I didn't say anything, I said just have a look at the photo and he said oh my gosh it's a face, and then the kids saw it and they go oh wow."
  19. howzitboy

    howzitboy No life

    Season's 1st Humpback Whale Spotted

    HONOLULU -- A tour boat captain has spotted the first humpback whale in Hawaii this winter season -- several weeks earlier than expected.

    The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said the captain spotted two tail slaps from a humpback whale yearling in Big Island's Honaunau Bay on Monday. Last year's first sighting was Oct. 20 off Maui's west coast.

    Humpback whale season in Hawaii generally runs from November through May. As many as 12,000 humpback whales winter in Hawaii's waters.

    Read more: http://www.kitv.com/news/29333924/detail.html#ixzz1ZKOhJaV


    kewl, soon time to hit up Makapuu to see em
  20. howzitboy

    howzitboy No life

    Strong quake rocks northeast Japan

    TOKYO (AP) — A strong earthquake has rocked northeastern Japan, which is still recovering from the devastating tsunami six months ago.

    The quake Thursday had a preliminary magnitude of 5.6. There were no immediate reports of damage and no tsunami warning was issued.

    The earthquake was centered off Fukushima, which was severely hit by the quake and tsunami in March that left more than 21,000 people dead or missing. Fukushima is about 150 miles (240 kilometers) northeast of Tokyo.
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