States pride themselves on how they represent the image of their state, whether it be with their state bird, state flower, or state gun. Wait, state gun? That's right. Indiana easily pushed legislation through to make the Grouseland, a locally built weapon from the 1800s, the state rifle. Personally, I like "Shotgun" from Jr. Walker & The All Stars.
Jen Vawter arrived to her Yelm, Washington home to find they had been robbed. What was stolen? The family's computer, a gun, a camera, and most importantly... a prosthetic foot. What does this guy think he's going to do, put it on eBay?
BAGHDAD, IRAQ - MAY 5: A man makes feet out of wood for prosthetic legs at the Medical Rehabilitation and Rheumatology Center May 5, 2004 in Baghdad, Iraq. Five rehabilitation centers throughout Iraq are producing hundreds of hand made prosthetic limbs each month for Iraqis injured in the war and many who suffer from vascular disease brought on by diabetes. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
3-year-old Harmony was left at a Chuck E. Cheese's when her mother and other family members left, thinking she was with someone else. Well, at least she wouldn't have gone hungry.
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Oregon resident Jose Romero-Valenzuela faces $2,000 in fines after getting three speeding tickets in one hour. Maybe he's more of a bonehead than a blockhead.
Super Tuesday can be a long, tiring day for many news anchors, reporters, and analysts. Apparently, some more than others. On Wednesday morning, KTBC TV anchor Joe Bickett in Austin, Texas, tried to get a report on the political happenings from Fox D.C. correspondent Doug Luzader. What did Bickett get? Nothing. Luzader was sound asleep. Sweet dreams, Dougie. via youtube.