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"LONDON (Reuters) - Saudi billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal has sued Forbes magazine for libel in a British court, alleging its valuation of his wealth at $20 billion was short of the mark by $9.6 billion, Britain's Guardian newspaper reported on Friday.

The prince, a grandson of Saudi Arabia's founder and nephew of King Abdullah, had attacked the U.S. magazine's ranking of world billionaires as flawed and biased against Middle Eastern businesses after he was ranked number 26 in this year's list." :o

Why doesn't he just buy Forbes, and rank himself wherever he wants? <_<:rolleyes:

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Oakland County, Michigan - Acting on a tip from a reputed mobster, the FBI is searching an overgrown field thinking this time they will actually find Jimmy Hoffa. The FBI believes this lead is credible since this person was involved with some players who would know where Hoffa is located. Hoffa disappeared on July 30, 1975 from the Machus Fox Restaurant in Detroit on the belief Hoffa was trying to regain control of the Teamsters. Over the years, all kinds of theories emerged as to his whereabouts such as under the end zone at Giants Stadium in the Meadowlands, the Florida Everglades, at the bottom of Lake Erie, etc. What makes the FBI think they will find Hoffa this time?

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An NBC affiliate broke to some commercials during last nights game ruins/hawks game,,,, just as Seabrook received the puck, resulting in the affiliate not showing the GWG. :lol::lol::o . Afterwards (when they came back to the game), it showed the Hawks celebrating, and the affiliate then apologized for not showing the GWG.

My question,,,, why would the director/producer even think to break away during the game?

Boggles the mind :rolleyes::blink:

Like they say,,,,,,,, "They walk among us" :lol::lol:

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Cornwall, England - On another spur of the moment move while drunk and high on stolen medication, two men rob a gas station, the 41 year old wearing a clear plasctic bag for a disguise and the 20 year using a scarf. The younger accomplice also tried to use his cellphone as a fake gun only to have it light up and that was when the female cashier hit the alarm. Both robbers received two year prison sentences at separate trials.

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Cornwall, England - On another spur of the moment move while drunk and high on stolen medication, two men rob a gas station, the 41 year old wearing a clear plasctic bag for a disguise and the 20 year using a scarf. The younger accomplice also tried to use his cellphone as a fake gun only to have it light up and that was when the female cashier hit the alarm. Both robbers received two year prison sentences at separate trials.

:lol: Stupidity knows no bounds.

No commentson post 1681?

I've been following it on the Detroit news.

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ESPN Not Top Ten 6/21/13. For Nos. 2 and 3 if anyone thought teams can't be charged with more than one error on a play, they were wrong. On No.3, if the pitcher wasn't charged with two errors, he should have been.

You're right 27,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, the pitcher should have been called for 2 errors, but I loved the soccer game one. :lol:

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Miami - Two sisters are arrested for DUI riding in the same car at the same time. How does this happen? An officer had spotted the car weaving in and out of traffic and accelerating and decelerating at different intervals. But instead of pulling over to the curb as ordered, the two sisters stopped in the middle of the road and switched seats in full view of the officer. The younger sister refused a breathilyzer, but the other sister registered .127 and .129. Because both sisters had been behind the wheel of the same car, both get charged with DUI.

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Miami - Two sisters are arrested for DUI riding in the same car at the same time. How does this happen? An officer had spotted the car weaving in and out of traffic and accelerating and decelerating at different intervals. But instead of pulling over to the curb as ordered, the two sisters stopped in the middle of the road and switched seats in full view of the officer. The younger sister refused a breathilyzer, but the other sister registered .127 and .129. Because both sisters had been behind the wheel of the same car, both get charged with DUI.

and I told a story key words *two*, *florida*, *brother*, *same*, *time* today?

what? am I nuts??????

lol

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San Diego - An exploding refridgerator causes a fire which took firefighters thirty minutes to put out. There were no injuries. The fire revealed a marijuana growing operation and some flammable hash oil which was the apparent cause of the fire. Three people have questioned in connection to this case.

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San Diego - An exploding refridgerator causes a fire which took firefighters thirty minutes to put out. There were no injuries. The fire revealed a marijuana growing operation and some flammable hash oil which was the apparent cause of the fire. Three people have questioned in connection to this case.

three people, one dog and one green deer. :D

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There are other ways Luciano. :o:rolleyes:

"Luciano Mares, 81, of Fort Sumner, New Mexico, found the mouse in his home and wanted to get rid of it.

"I had some leaves burning outside, so I threw it in the fire, and the mouse was on fire and ran back at the house," he was quoted as saying by AP.

Though no-one was injured, the house and everything in it was destroyed.

"I've seen numerous house fires, but nothing as unique as this one," Fire Department Captain Jim Lyssy said. "

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San Mateo, Florida - Three men were arrested for grand theft for taking, off all things, a 9 foot 600 pound aluminum chicken. The noise awoke the statue's owner at 6:00 A.M. who notified police. Eyewitnesses spotted the statue being dragged behind a Chevrolet truck with one of thieves riding its back a mile down the road. The thieves unhooked the statue and fled before being arrested from eyewitness statements and video surveillence. The statue, valued at $2300, sustained a lacerated leg, a cracked claw, and a scraped side.

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