Thursday, December 31, 2009

Y2K Data Backup Kit


Be prepared.

Friday, July 17, 2009

Weinermobile Crashes Into House

WITI-TV, RACINE - The Oscar Mayer Wienermobile got itself into quite a pickle when it crashed into a Racine home Friday morning.

Neighbors tell FOX 6 the Wienermobile took a wrong turn and ended up on the dead-end street, Kenilworth Avenue in Racine.

While trying to get turned around, the woman driving the hot dog on wheels accidentally hit the gas instead of the brake and lodged the Wienermobile under a house.

Officials say no one was injured in the crash.

The Wienermobile was taken from the scene by tow truck.

No word on the extent of damage to either the house or the giant hot dog.

Via fox6now.com

Saturday, June 27, 2009

Saturday, June 13, 2009

NC State Student Creates A Monster, Then Gets Arrested

Raleigh police arrested a North Carolina State University student last week who was accused of creating a "monster" out of construction barrels and placing it on the side of the road.

Authorities charged Joseph Carnevale with larceny for taking materials from a construction site at a roundabout project to create the monster.

From wral.com

The guy who created the monster, his blog: nopromiseofsafety.com

Saturday, April 25, 2009

Man Smashes TVs At Wal-Mart

PITTSFIELD, Mass. (AP) - Police say a Pittsfield man "having a bad day" walked into a city Wal-Mart and used an aluminum baseball bat to smash 16 flat-screen televisions worth $13,000.

Police tell The Berkshire Eagle that 26-year-old Nicholas Adornetto walked into the store at about 1 p.m. on Thursday, grabbed a bat in the sporting goods section and walked to the electronics department, where he started swinging. Adornetto expressed anger at the government and complained of being unemployed. Detective Sgt. Marc Strout says when police arrived, Adornetto was "peaceful, calm and cooperative." Adornetto was arraigned Friday in Central Berkshire District Court on 16 counts of vandalizing property and one count of disorderly conduct. Bail was set at $500 dollars and the case continued until May 11. Adornetto did not immediately return a call. Information from: The Berkshire Eagle

, http://www.berkshireeagle.com