News of the weird


#1

I think this is the first thread regarding news of the weird discussions. Here’s one to get started: http://msnbc.msn.com/id/8704758/ I don’t want to spoil it, but let us hope that this “cool mom” was good looking.


#2
Zydeco No-No
The New Orleans, La., Police wants to remind revelers that an old Mardi Gras Carnival tradition -- throwing beads from balconies as a reward to women who bare their breasts -- is illegal on two counts. Tossing anything from a balcony is illegal, and has been since 1956, they say, and baring breasts is illegal under indecent exposure laws. The police decided to remind people of the laws after Playboy magazine "encouraged illegal behavior" by giving tips on how to get the best photos of flashing women. "There's no huge crackdown on Carnival fun," a police spokesman insisted, but "it would be irresponsible of us not to respond to [the article]. After all, we are the police department." (Reuters) ...F-stop, flesh-stop, what's the difference? 


Smile!
[A New Orleans police officer demonstrates how he will gather evidence of any law-breaking behavior.] A New Orleans police officer demonstrates how he will gather evidence of any law-breaking behavior. “It would be irresponsible of us not to respond to it. After all, we are the police department.”
What drives you crazy about government the most? “Do as we say, not as we do” is a recurring theme in True: bureaucrats love to throw rules at you, but then figure those rules are only for you. The New Orleans Police Dept. has issued all sorts of press releases about how they plan to crack down on people just having fun at Carnival. Clean up your own act first, NOPD, before bothering people who aren’t really offending anyone at all. After all, we have cameras too!
Coverup
The New Orleans, La., police department has announced they will not prosecute women who expose their breasts in exchange for cheap beads from admiring men during Mardi Gras this year. Last year, officers couldn’t keep up with the Carnival flashers when commanders ordered a crackdown on breast baring. “Have a good time, but please don’t overdo it,” police superintendent Richard Pennington said, announcing the about-face. (AP) …Actually, the bead throwers were hoping the girls would turn the other cheek too.

Good for you, Superintendent Pennington! Take a panty hat out of petty cash.


#3

I’m strangley compelled to come back here and see if she has a mole on her upper breast???


#4

Zydeco No-No
The New Orleans, La., Police wants to remind revelers that an old Mardi Gras Carnival tradition – throwing beads from balconies as a reward to women who bare their breasts – is illegal on two counts. Tossing anything from a balcony is illegal, and has been since 1956, they say, and baring breasts is illegal under indecent exposure laws. The police decided to remind people of the laws after Playboy magazine “encouraged illegal behavior” by giving tips on how to get the best photos of flashing women. “There’s no huge crackdown on Carnival fun,” a police spokesman insisted, but “it would be irresponsible of us not to respond to [the article]. After all, we are the police department.” (Reuters) …F-stop, flesh-stop, what’s the difference?
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Smile!
[A New Orleans police officer demonstrates how he will gather evidence of any law-breaking behavior.] A New Orleans police officer demonstrates how he will gather evidence of any law-breaking behavior. “It would be irresponsible of us not to respond to it. After all, we are the police department.”
What drives you crazy about government the most? “Do as we say, not as we do” is a recurring theme in True: bureaucrats love to throw rules at you, but then figure those rules are only for you. The New Orleans Police Dept. has issued all sorts of press releases about how they plan to crack down on people just having fun at Carnival. Clean up your own act first, NOPD, before bothering people who aren’t really offending anyone at all. After all, we have cameras too!
Coverup
The New Orleans, La., police department has announced they will not prosecute women who expose their breasts in exchange for cheap beads from admiring men during Mardi Gras this year. Last year, officers couldn’t keep up with the Carnival flashers when commanders ordered a crackdown on breast baring. “Have a good time, but please don’t overdo it,” police superintendent Richard Pennington said, announcing the about-face. (AP) …Actually, the bead throwers were hoping the girls would turn the other cheek too.

Good for you, Superintendent Pennington! Take a panty hat out of petty cash.


#5

I’m strangley compelled to come back here and see if she has a mole on her upper breast???