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Los Angeles man arrested for allegedly offering to shoot someone for 100 retweets

Los Angeles man arrested for allegedly offering to shoot someone for 100 retweets

Dakkari Dijon McAnuff of Los Angeles was taken in on suspicion of making criminal threats for allegedly offering to shoot someone for 100 retweets.
Evan Bleier

The almanac

UPI Almanac for Friday, March 14, 2014.
By United Press International
Hunter bags enormous 500-lb wild hog in North Carolina

Hunter bags enormous 500-lb wild hog in North Carolina

Jett Webb killed a 500-pound, 8-foot-long beast on a hunting trip in Bertie County.
Kate Stanton

Motorist who drove too close to cyclist reveals dying parrot

A video depicting a British cyclist confronting a motorist who drove too close to him went viral when the driver revealed he was trying to save his parrot.

Poll: Resume readers dislike 'go-getters'

A CareerBuilder survey of U.S. hiring managers and human resource workers indicates "best of breed" and "go-getter" are poor terms to put on a resume.

Motorcycle made from animal bones on sale for $55,000

A Florida man who makes motorcycles from animal bones said his latest creation, dubbed "Cowasaki," is for sale with a $55,000 asking price.

Police: Man in dress shattered window when refused a ride

Police in Florida said they are searching for a man in women's clothes who allegedly threw a drink and a rock at a car when he was refused a ride.

Sumatran tiger triplets born at London Zoo

The London Zoo announced the Sumatran tiger mother whose cub drowned last year has given birth to triplets.

School closed due to damage from deer, dogs

A Maryland school was closed for a day after three deer were chased into the building and attacked by a pair of dogs before school hours.

British Parliament rejects cat due to fat fears

Members of the British Parliament have declined an offer of a mouse-catching cat over fears the feline would get too fat off scraps.

7-year-old boy raises $750,000 to fight best friend's disease

Dylan Siegel, 7, wrote a children's book "Chocolate Bar" to raise money to help his best friend, Jonah Pournazarian, 8, fight his disease known as GSD.
Aileen Graef

Military helicopter landing shocks London park visitors

The British military said a Chinook helicopter landing that shocked visitors to a London park was part of routine training exercise.
GoPro shows the life of a Labrador

GoPro shows the life of a Labrador

Seth Morris attached a GoPro to his one-year-old yellow Labrador's back for duck hunting but decided to make a video about a day in the life of a dog.
Aileen Graef

Cats, dog suspected of spying for Germans in World War I

British intelligence officers in World War I suspected two cats and a dog of carrying messages from the Germans across British lines, documents revealed.

Errors lead to changes for the English language

A writer for Britain's the Guardian said changes to the English language resulting from errors include dropping an "n" from "umpire."
Vampire-fanged trucker accused of sexually abusing woman in 'Twilight Express' truck

Vampire-fanged trucker accused of sexually abusing woman in 'Twilight Express' truck

Truck driver Timothy Vafeades allegedly kept sex slaves in his "Twilight Express" truck and sexually abused them while wearing vampire fangs.
Evan Bleier
Arsenal striker accused of drunken conduct in taxi cab

Arsenal striker accused of drunken conduct in taxi cab

Nicklas Bendtner of London's Arsenal soccer team is accused of rubbing himself against a taxi in Denmark and calling the driver a "little whore."
The 'White Man March' is coming to a city near you on Saturday

The 'White Man March' is coming to a city near you on Saturday

Supporters of the “White Man March” will hit the streets in cities across the world, including New York, on Saturday, March 15.
Evan Bleier
Xbox gamer becomes first to hit 1 million GamerScore

Xbox gamer becomes first to hit 1 million GamerScore

A Tennessee video gamer has become the first person to hit the 1 million GamerScore mark for obtaining Xbox achievements.
Idaho hockey fans file suit against CenturyLink Arena for fraudulent beer practices

Idaho hockey fans file suit against CenturyLink Arena for fraudulent beer practices

Beer lawsuit filed against CenturyLink Arena in Boise, Idaho, claims $4 small beer cups hold the same amount of suds as $7 large cups.
Evan Bleier
Southwest Florida church offering drive-thru prayer services

Southwest Florida church offering drive-thru prayer services

Estero United Methodist Church has begun offering drive-thru prayer services on Wednesdays along U.S. 41.
Evan Bleier
British woman jailed for microwaving kitten that attacked her goldfish

British woman jailed for microwaving kitten that attacked her goldfish

Laura Cunliffe was sentenced to 14 weeks in jail for fatally microwaving her kitten after it attacked her goldfish.
Evan Bleier

Woman's rapid weight gain due to massive tumor

A woman in Brazil went to the doctor because of rapid weight gain and found out it was due to a massive tumor in her ovary.
Aileen Graef
BMX bikers use homeless people as props in Los Angeles, controversy ensues

BMX bikers use homeless people as props in Los Angeles, controversy ensues

OSS Bike Shop video shows BMX bikers jumping over homeless people sleeping on Skid Row in Los Angeles.
Evan Bleier
Louisiana lingerie store accepts EBT cards

Louisiana lingerie store accepts EBT cards

A Louisiana lingerie store, Kiss My Lingerie, is accepting payments from Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) cards, and it's legal.
Evan Bleier
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