7 Clicks (April 14, 2017)

7 Clicks
A Weird Universe News Service
April 14, 2017

"Olfactory molestation" for cooking fried fish. A court in Rome ordered a $2,150 fine (€2,025). [New York Post]

Specialization: "I don't break into houses," said Joseph Woznik, 23, "only churches. I break in to get back at God." [New York Daily News]

Fake News: A girl,10-12 yrs old, was supposedly found living among monkeys (and acting like them) in India, and the news business went tumescent. Turns out just that she had been kicked out by her family recently. [The Independent]

Does "Sh*t Happen"? Happened to this guy driving a Renault convertible with the top down near Munich, thanks to a wayward slop tractor. [Associated Press]

Chicago really is The Badlands: Neither father age 43 nor son 22 cared to walk the dog that day and eventually settled it by gunfight. Son dead, father critical. [Chicago Tribune]

Grossest thing Yr Editor has seen this week: artist Mariana Shumkova's "monument to toothache" in St. Petersburg, Russia, made in part from actual removed human teeth (but even if it didn't, ewwwww!) [Pravda]

It's not Alan Atalah's mugshot; it's his personnel-file photo, meaning he was trying his best to look normal, but he probably had no idea he'd one day hand in an external drive with research materials that also accidentally included sexually explicit erotica that Prof. Atalah likes for diversion. Hence, photographic perfection! [Cleveland Scene]

Thanks to Sandy Pearlman.

     Posted By: Chuck - Fri Apr 14, 2017

Bavarian shit happening: cool. Just like Biff's convertible scenes in "Back to the Future."

Chicago brain donors: the real victim was the poor dog, who had to pee in the living room.
Posted by Virtual on 04/15/17 at 02:56 PM
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