Who is Travis Broyles? I don't know, but he sure is willing to do almost anything for money reports NPR.org. Travis posted an ad on Craigslist.org titled 'I DO ANYTHING.' He lost his job, his drivers license and had no money so he got creative. Too bad more people don't have his ambitions. Check out his Craigslist listing, and a few of his quotes from NPR.org.
Although Hickory was the sixth-ranked show dog in the world, her victory was still an upset of sorts because it is the first time a Scottish Deerhound has grabbed the top prize in Westminsterís 80-year history.
Scottish Deerhounds are a relatively rare breed in the United States and resemble Irish Wolfhounds. After winning the championship, Hickory officially retired from competition. Read on to see a video of Hickory.
World-famous cyclist and seven-time winner of the Tour de France Lance Armstrong has announced his retirement from the sport. The 39-year-old previously retired for 3 years in 2005, but he says this time it's for good, claiming his age is catching up with him...
Pennsylvania resident Natalie Munroe started teaching English in 2006. In August of 2009, she began blogging under the name Natalie M. The controversy started when she began to write about her workplace -- calling students "rude, lazy whiners" as well as lashing out at school administrators.
Now she's been suspended with pay and may lose her job. Keep reading to see video of the teacher defending her choices.
The fiberglass boat had enough room for eight tons of drugs and a crew of six, and enough power to make the eight-or- nine-day trip from Columbia to Mexico totally underwater.
It hasnít been uncommon for Colombian authorities to catch narco-traffickers with semi-submersible submarines, but smugglers using fully submersible subs is more unusual. It is estimated the sub cost two million dollars to build.
Public marriage proposals: The worst or THE WORST? If you're a girlfriend and you're afraid your beau is so clueless and stupid and crass and terrible that he'd arrange for one of these trashy public sports proposals, have him watch these rejections and maybe he'll get the message.
However, it seems they needn't have felt bad for the the thief, who was arrested after a tipster recognized him in the video. It turns he has been arrested for similar crimes before, and he isnít currently supporting any children. Keep reading to see the video.
Robert J. Michelson wanted to know how much trouble he could get in for growing one marijuana plant. So he called 911 and asked.
The dispatcher tried to dissuade him for using the emergency service for a non-emergency, but he persisted, and admitted he was growing marijuana before asking her what the legal ramifications of doing that would be.
Not long after his misguided call, the cops traced his number and showed up at his house.
Michelson was arrested and charged with variety of drug related crimes, including illegal cultivation of marijuana. Keep reading for the tape of the 911 call.
Everyone loves a good romantic song, especially around Valentine's Day, but rarely are love songs written for people that are in happy, well-adjusted relationships. With that in mind, here are six songs that start out romantic and then cross the line into being stalker anthems.
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