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An intoxicated Indiana man allegedly became upset with a karaoke song in a bar and attempted to “go after” the singer. 34-year-old Jason Allen Huff of Portage was charged with intimidation where defendant draws or uses a deadly weapon, a level 5 felony. At 12:09 a.m. last Wednesday police responded to a report of a man threatening people with a firearm at Leroy’s Hot Stuff Bar. When police arrived, an employee pointed to a car in the parking lot where Huff and a woman were sitting. The officer drew his firearm and ordered the two to get out of the vehicle and onto the ground. He saw the woman was holding a gun, which was taken by a Burns Harbor officer. As the officer gave repeated commands to get out of the vehicle, Huff just stared at him and appeared to be extremely intoxicated. After he was detained, police questioned the staff, who said it began with a karaoke song. At one point, Huff became upset with a karaoke singer’s song choice and got up and “attempted to go after the singer but ended up falling down.” Huff then allegedly began waving around a black 9 mm Glock 19 he pulled from his waistband. (https://bit.ly/335oAFG)
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According to a new survey, 25 percent of women said they sometimes “borrow” their partners’ or roommates’ razors for leg, bikini-zone and armpit grooming. And 10 percent of women said they sometimes secretly use their significant others’ toothbrushes. GROSS.
Pigs are constitutionally protected in Florida. First written in 1838, the Constitution of the state of Florida guarantees the right to privacy, the freedom of speech, and the right of pregnant pigs to be free from cages. Unlike many crazy or outdated laws, this amendment is recent (passed in 2002) and comes from a well-meaning place: the prevention of cruelty to animals. During pregnancy, a pig must not be caged or even tethered such that it can't turn around freely.
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An Israeli thief returned a 2,000 year old catapult stone in order to clear his conscience before “the end of the world.” (https://bit.ly/2x0tesW)
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The Newport Oregon Police Department is notifying the public that they are not to call the emergency line simply because they ran out of toilet paper. While many people have been blitzing shopping areas in order to stock up on toilet paper, the NPD offers a number of alternative options that you can use in case you run out. In a recent Facebook post, they stated “It’s hard to believe that we even have to post this. Do not call 9-1-1 just because you ran out of toilet paper. You will survive without our assistance. In fact, history offers many other options for you in your time of need if you cannot find a roll of your favorite soft, ultra-plush two-ply citrus scented tissue.” “Seamen used old rope and anchor lines soaked in salt water. Ancient Romans used a sea sponge on a stick, also soaked in salt water. We are a coastal town. We have an abundance of salt water available. Sea shells were also used.” (https://bit.ly/3d3qFGW)
FAKE NEWS.... OR FLORIDA?!
I read a headline and Heidi (and you) need to guess if the story is FAKE NEWS or something that really happened in the state of FLORIDA.
A Brooksville man was arrested for assaulting a woman with pancake batter inside her house ….. FLORIDA (https://goo.gl/voALi1)
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