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Mr DotComGuy is selling his last name

Mitch Maddox, a man from Dallas, Texas who legally changed his name to Mitch DotComGuy, will sell his trademark last name in an auction this month. On January 1, 2000, at the... Read more

Posted in Business & Politics by Paul van der Maas
Supermarket customer fined for shopping without a basket

A 32-year-old man from The Netherlands who refused to use a shopping basket in his local supermarket was convicted for his "crime" today. Carst Kijlstra was carrying two pieces... Read more

Posted in Crime & Law Business & Politics by Paul van der Maas

Harvard research concludes gun deaths and firearm ownership are related. Crazy isn't it: "places with more guns have more gun deaths." See more

Posted in Crime & Law Tech & Science Business & Politics by Paul van der Maas
Today's special offer: Parking space for only $187,500!

A parking space in central London is for sale for $187,500! The space is available in the Knightsbridge underground car park near the luxury department-store Harrods. It is thought... Read more

Posted in Business & Politics by Bas van Rijn
Woman's cows are not allowed to vote

A woman from Newmarket, near Cambridge in eastern England has tried to register 2 of her cows as voters. It's the second time she's done this. Last year Brenda Gould registered... Read more

Posted in Crime & Law Animals Business & Politics by Paul van der Maas

Americans make up less than 5 percent of the world’s population yet own roughly 42 percent of all the world’s privately held firearms. See more

Posted in Crime & Law Business & Politics by Paul van der Maas
Swedes offer freeze-dry burials

Stockholm - Rather than bury or burn bodies after death, a Swedish company has come up with a chilling alternative; freezing them in liquid nitrogen, then using sound waves to smash... Read more

Posted in Tech & Science Business & Politics by Guus Cartigny
Prince Haakon misplaces Portugal

Norway's Crown Prince Haakon caused a stir in his debut as royal host by placing Portugal on the Mediterranean Sea in a speech delivered in honour of that country's visiting... Read more

Posted in Business & Politics by Bas van Rijn

In 2007, Yemen, a quasi-failed state torn by civil war, had 54.8 guns per 100 people. Compare that to the US's 88.8 per 100 people. See more

Posted in Crime & Law Business & Politics by Paul van der Maas

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