Police in Wisconsin got a rare break from responding to Packers-related domestic violence calls on Thursday when a Wisconsin Rapids woman called 911 to report two kittens having sex in her yard.
No word yet on how police responded, but that’s an episode of COPS we can’t wait to watch.
Crummy news from New York where a man dressed as Cookie Monster is accused of shoving a child. Reports say a family posed for a picture and refused payment when Cookie Monster demanded $2.00. Evidently “C is for cookie” is no longer good enough for him, because he allegedly shoved the family’s two year-old child and began hurling obscenities at the family.
First photo from “Captain America: The Winter Soldier,” arriving in April 2014. He’ll be facing a new foe, as Hugo Weaving declined to return as Red Skull. Said Weaving about the first film, “It was good to do it and try it out, but to be honest, it’s not the sort of film I seek out and really am excited by.”
This from the guy who said yes to “The Wolf Man” and two “Matrix” sequels.
Like chocolate over white bread, news has spread of the theft of five and a half tons of Nutella from a parked trailer in Germany. While there is no nutritional value to these ill-gotten gains, the haul is worth $20,710.
German authorities have released this sketch of the suspect. Be on the lookout.
A man in Argentina was shocked to discover the toy poodles he’d purchased were actually steroid-fuekedferrets. When will society finally be rid of the scourge of performance-enhancing drugs?
Following up on a story we first brought you a year ago, the “pregnant man” who garnered national headlines when he gave birth to three children had his divorce petition denied this week. An Arizona judge ruled that Thomas Beatie could not prove that he had been a man in 2003 when he married his wife, and thus could not prove they were a heterosexual couple. Arizona doesn’t recognize same-sex marriage…so no divorce. We imagine the court proceeding was a lot like the climax of “Inherit the Wind,” but a lot more androgynous.
All this time, we had been thinking “Junior,” but now this all smacks of “I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry.” But we can’t pass up a chance to share pictures of pregnant Arnold.
Raymond, the mascot of the Tampa Bay Rays, was in a bit of trouble after displaying a sign at the April 3rd game that suggested Steve Irwin, the late “Crocodile Hunter,” had been on the Rays’ “hit list.”
Even though Irwin has been dead since 2005, barbs like this one still sting.
We’re wishing a belated Happy Easter to all of our friends, and we’re hoping you weren’t caught in the fray at the easter egg hunt at Seattle’s Woodland Park Zoo. The event turned ugly when two women came to blows after attempting to grab the most eggs for their kids.
There are no photos from the incident, so we used this screen shot from the “Family Circus” Easter Special. Nothing is scarier than “Family Circus.”
A Los Angeles court has awarded a disabled man $8,000 in pain and suffering damages; he was trapped on Disneyland’s “It’s a Small World” ride for 30 minutes when the ride broke down.
Apparently, smiles DON’T mean friendship to everyone.
Happy Birthday, Leonard Nimoy!