Monday, November 11, 2013

Terrible Real Estate Agent Photos Of The Day

From the Tumblr blog. The pics are funny, but the captions kill. I almost pissed myself laughing.

America's Worst Cities For Letter Carriers Who Don't Like Getting Bitten By Dogs (Of The Day)

From Time:

"Sadly, “man’s best friend” is often a letter carrier’s worst menace. Despite extensive training on how to avoid aggressive canines — and ample supplies of dog repellant — nearly 6000 postal workers were bitten by dogs in 2012, according to newly-released statistics from the U.S. Postal Service."

The ten worst cities for dog attacks, as determined by the U.S. Postal Service, are listed below, along with the accompanying number of attacks in 2012:

  1. Los Angeles, CA (69)
  2. San Antonio, TX & Seattle, WA (42 each)
  3. Chicago, IL (41)
  4. San Francisco, CA (38)
  5. Philadelphia, PA (34)
  6. Detroit, MI (33)
  7. St. Louis, MO (32)
  8. Baltimore, MD & Sacramento, CA (29)
  9. Houston, TX & Minneapolis, MN (27)
  10. Cleveland and Dayton, OH (26)

News: Female Trio With "Big Booties" Suspected In Break-In

That narrows it down. From The Smoking Gun.
Female Trio With "Big Booties" Suspected In Break-In That Netted Flat-Screen TVs

A trio of women with “big booties” is suspected in a weekend burglary that netted them a pair of flat-screen televisions, according to South Carolina cops.

The break-in occurred Saturday at the home of a deceased Spartanburg man, according to a police report.

A neighbor told cops that she spotted two vehicles at the late man’s home, adding that the cars’s occupants were “three black females with ‘big booties.’”

The neighbor said that she saw the amply-assed women enter the residence, but did not see them depart.

The neighbor said that she later spoke with the dead man’s girlfriend, who told her that the home had been burglarized Saturday (police noted that the window in a rear bedroom had been broken).

Honest Slogans On Famous Brands Of The Day

From T-Nova.

Via 22 Words.


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