December 15, 2017

Time Bedore - Standing Up

Best of Vague But True Vol 2

The Animal Conspiracy CD

Swordfish Gets Captain
LIGHTHOUSE POINT, Fla- If you were a fish and you wanted a fishing boat to run aground you'd aim for the captain. That's exactly what a 355-pound swordfish did, using its bill to break John Barfield's collarbone and bruise his forehead. Even though he just survived a swordfish attack, Barfield is ready to get out there again. "I'd go fishing tomorrow if I could, especially since it seems the big ones are gunnin' for me, now. Let the games begin."
Worst Uncle Of The Year Award Winner Named
NEDERLAND, Colorado- Jamie Morin was voted Worst Uncle of the Year by the Nederland Chamber of Commerce. Photos are sent in by family members and the voting is part of a charity fund raiser for the Boys and Girls Club.
PETA Protests Poodle Pageant
ERIE,Pennsylvania- Animal rights groups are demanding the promoters of dog shows, whose theme is to make poodles look like other animals, stop immediately. "It's insane and immoral and hard to even put into words how weird these people are," sputtered PETA spokesman Neal Kevlon. "Dogs shouldn't be made to look like a camel or a buffalo or any ridiculous whatever else these morons are doing. A dog is a dog and has the right to be just that."
Wild Hog Goes Hog Wild
ST. PETERSBURG, Florida- A wild hog charged a woman in her yard Monday and then led nine rescue and animal control officials on a violent chase through a St. Petersburg, Fla., neighborhood. Cassandra Frank, 26, spotted the black sow just as the 200-pound animal made a run at her, catching her calf with a tusk and pushing her against a tree. Fire Rescue Lt. Dan Robinson, who hunted wild hogs as a boy, tracked her down and got charged too, leaping over a fence just before being gored. "I seen what they can do. They'll take a dog and just rip it right open. They can take those tusks and open a car door and drive off if they want to," Robinson told the St. Petersburg Times.
Flipper To The Rescue
BEIJING, China- Thousands of dolphins blocked Somali pirate ships from hijacking a Chinese merchant ship China International Radio reported. The Chinese merchant ships were set upon by pirates but suddenly thousands of dolphins leaped out of the water blocking the pirates path. The pirate ships stopped and turned away. "Perhaps these dolphins saved the merchant ships because they support capitalism," said Lillian Lum, spoke person for Kaitzu Shipping.
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