Given that we are in the midst of summer, a little change of pace seems in order. Read this story and watch the accompanying video to see if the developer of a rather unusual homemade pesticide solution merits consideration for a Darwin Award nomination.
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Here’s the official summary of a judge’s decision in a recent arson case:
Accused was charged with arson. The Crown failed to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the fire was deliberately set and, if it was, that it was the accused who did it. The accused was acquitted.
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They called themselves the Disney Gang, despite the fact that two-fifths of their members were clearly aficionados of the Popeye milieu. In fact, Chester “Popeye” Doyle was their leader; he did a crack impression of the pugnacious cartoon sailor, and … Continue reading →
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