Thursday, August 23, 2007

Just curious - is a pre-stabbing apology proper ettiquette?

MESA, Ariz. — An Arizona woman has been charged with suspicion of first-degree murder after allegedly stabbing her estranged husband in the chest during sex, reports. ... husband, Juan Carlos Gonzales, 26, fled to neighbor Tony Ballard's home.... "I've never had a naked man run to my house bleeding, you know what I mean?" Ballard told "She was on top and she...pulled a knife out of a bag and drove it into his chest," Ballard said of the incident. "She apologized first," the neighbor told "She said 'Juan, I'm sorry about this.'"
So I'm curious - I guess "love means never having to say you're sorry" is out of date now?

August 22, 2007 (GamePro) -- Japanese game maker Atlus said on Tuesday that it would remove 150 Arm Spirit arm-wrestling machines from Japanese arcades after three players broke their arms while wrestling with the machine's mechanized appendage. "The machine isn't that strong, much less so than a muscular man," said an Atlus spokeswoman. "Even women should be able to beat it," the company claimed, saying that it would check the machines for malfunctions as "a precaution." Arm Spirit...lets gamers advance through 10 levels battling, among other opponents, a French maid, a drunken martial arts master and a Chihuahua before reaching the final showdown with a professional wrestler.
So I'm curious - is it a little embarassing when people ask what happened to you, to say you broke your arm playing a video game? A little carpal tunnel, maybe, but really...

(Napa Valley Register) On June 28, police responded to a report of a prowler a north Napa residential area. The victim told police she saw a man outside her bedroom window, Lewis said. “She said the man ran off.” Police searched the area and found a pickup...searched his pickup and found the video camera and a notebook containing addresses. “Going through the videotape we found pictures of young females who were in different stages of undressing. The video was taken outside the residences.” Jeffrey Brice Ogle, 34, was booked on four charges of sexual exploitation of a child involving at least nine young Napa girls.
So just curious - the peepers name is Ogle? Is someone making this stuff up?

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