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TOPIC: WTF
Created by: vabeachcouple33
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Putting this back where it belongs.

Abrahama Luna, who said he was diagnosed with schizophrenia in 2007, said he doesn't remember much from Monday night or Tuesday morning, but authorities say he went on a tear through a golf course, assaulted employees at a Holiday 7-Eleven, led deputies on a high-speed chase through on-coming traffic lanes on U.S. 19 and sideswiped a patrol cruiser before he was arrested.

The man, who was wearing only construction boots, slipped away.

Then about 4 a.m. Tuesday, a Tarpon Springs officer tried to pull over a white van with a temporary tag that was speeding on U.S. 19, authorities said. The van kept going. Police called off the pursuit when the van entered Pasco County.

A few minutes later, Luna stopped at the 7-Eleven at 1324 U.S. 19, the Pasco County Sheriff's Office said.

He punched one employee in the face and scratched the employee's arms with his fingernails, the report states. The employees chased him out of the store and locked the doors. Luna got in his GMC Savana van and wheeled it toward the doors, stopping 5 feet from the entrance, the report states.

He got out and tried to open one of the employee's cars but couldn't.

Luna drove off with his headlights off, reaching speeds of 80 mph, at times driving into oncoming traffic, authorities said. Deputies began a pursuit and blocked roads. After the van sideswiped a patrol car, deputies stopped the van near U.S. 19 and Moog Road about 4:30 a.m.

Luna, 30, fled from the van, and one of the deputies jolted him with a Taser before he was captured, the Sheriff's Office said. No injuries were reported.

"When two men are going to fight," he said, "the one that's naked usually wins."

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Good, one time when I was flying into Vegas, one of the male passengers sang over and over again, "Luck be a lady tonight." Just the one line, not the rest of the song. I wonder if anyone on that flight you mentioned was doing likewise.

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"A Delta Air Lines Inc jet ended its flight from Minneapolis to Las Vegas on Thursday with its captain locked out of his cockpit, the airline said.

The pilot, who was not identified, left the cockpit prior to the final landing approach of Delta Flight 1651 but "was not able to re-enter the flight deck because of a door jam," the airline said in a statement explaining the mishap."

Imagine the look on the face of the passenger he sat next to for the landing. "Good thing the autopilot was set. I'm the pilot and I seem to have locked myself out of the cockpit."

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Current, not only do I know you're not making that up, I know that paper is reffering to a phenomenon called triboluminescence.

But that's not why this is a wtf. If you read even 2 lines of this paper you'd know that it's meaningless. It's just random words.

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That is not the first time someone has pointed out the problems with peer review.

And there are plenty of problems.

It is the worst system that could be conceived.

Except for all the others...

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@VaBeach,

Regarding "Cuckoo for Cocoa Puffs"

Well it's amazing that 17 journals accepted this but it's not unheard of for journals to publish serious papers on frivolous topics from time to time. I mean, that work must get pretty boring.

When I was a kid we used to crunch wintergreen lifesavers in a dark closet causing a blue -green spark in our mouths. Well...it was a good excuse to get girls into a dark closet anyway. Not too many years ago a very old friend sent me a real article from the Journal of Electro Physical Chemistry titled, and I am not making this up: "Electron and positive ion emission accompanying fracture of single crystal sucrose in Wint O Green Lifesavers"

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Former Secretaries of State Madelaine Albright, George Schultz and Henry Kissinger gave testimony today at a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing at the Capitol. When the rather advanced in years Mr. Kissinger took the stand, members of Code Pink rushed him and tried to "arrest" him and charge him with war crimes.

"“Vietnam! From 1969 to 1973, Kissinger, working for Richard Nixon, oversaw the slaughter in Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos, that led to the deaths of millions — millions of people. Many thousands more died from the effects of massive doses of agent orange and from unexploded bombs that covered the countryside!” a protester shouted. “Chile! Henry Kissinger was one of the principle architects of the coup in Chile on September 11th, 1973…”

Chairman John McCain summoned Capitol police who, um, showed them the way out.

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Er, no.

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1,495 lbs of weed discovered in a toilet service truck in Fayette County Texas. Would you smoke that shit? Lmao

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A Spokane, Wash., resident named Lisa Brown claims that, after she called Comcast to cancel her family’s cable, her husband’s name was changed from Ricardo Brown to “Asshole” Brown on her most recent cable provider bill.

Apparently, Lisa Brown called to cancel the cable portion of the bill because her family was experiencing financial difficulties and she wanted to cut costs. She was — of course — transferred to a retention specialist, who tried to persuade her to sign up for a new two-year contract. When the specialist proved ineffective, she was charged a $60 cancellation fee.

While Jenni Moyer, senior director of Comcast corporate communications, said she couldn’t verify that timeline, she did confirm to Yahoo Tech that the incident happened. She also offered an apology.

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@2Saintly if they are truly in love ....... F the parents.

IMHO things will work out just fine. AND YES this is 2015 and grown children no longer need (though they may want) parental approval.

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