Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Spear Fisherman Gets Bitten By Shark And Caught on Camera

From: Joe G.
Sent: December, 2019
To: undisclosed recipients
Subject: Fw: Spear Fisherman Gets Bitten By Shark And Caught on Camera


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Damn Joe. I love animals and don't want to see them harmed but Sharks really freak me out. Thanks for submitting this article ... wow. ~Den



Excerpt: "This is the terrifying moment a reef shark attacks a spear fisherman, leaving him with a gaping wound on his leg, with the bone exposed. The unidentified young man posted a video of the potentially fatal incident to YouTube, explaining how the shark 'came out of nowhere'. The footage shows a shark bolting through the clear blue waters of the Florida Keys."

Monday, December 9, 2019

Fatal plane crash caught on camera by passenger

From: Doug S.
Sent: December 9, 2019
To: undisclosed recipients
Subject: Fw: Fatal plane crash caught on camera by passenger


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Thanks, Doug. One of my biggest fears is being involved in a plane crash. I feel bad for those who died and were injured. ~Den



Excerpt: "A small plane carrying passengers on a luxury air safari crashed outside Pretoria, South Africa last week, killing two people and gravely wounding two pilots, the aviation website AIRLIVE reported. One passenger captured the crash on his cellphone in a harrowing video that surfaced Wednesday. In the video, the phone camera is pointed out a window of the plane. Smoke can be seen billowing from the left wing as a man says, "It's getting bad. This is getting very bad." Fire can then be seen under the bottom of the wing, and the flames grow."

Sunday, December 8, 2019

House Fire Caught On The Nest Camera

From: Kevin M.
Sent: December 8, 2019
To: undisclosed recipients
Subject: Fw: House Fire Caught On The Nest Camera


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Shocking video show just how fast a fire can start and ruin a perfectly good day. ~Den

Thursday, December 5, 2019

A woman is in a five year physical relationship with a Boeing 737

From: Jack K.
Sent: December 5, 2019
To: undisclosed recipients
Subject: Fw: A woman is in a five year physical relationship with a Boeing 737


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https://www.mycrazyemail.net/2019/12/a-woman-is-in-five-year-physical.html

All I can say to your article Jack is "That Ain't Right". ~Den



Excerpt: "A woman says she’s been in a five year relationship with the love of her life - a passenger jet she calls 'darling'. Michele K√∂bke, 30, from Berlin, Germany considers herself in a relationship with the Boeing 737. Michele says she’s been in love with the aircraft for five years and their relationship is very much physical. She said: “The 737 is very attractive and sexy to me. He’s the most beautifully built, and he’s a very attractive and elegant aircraft.” She even nicknamed the 737 “Schatz” which translates into “Darling”."

Wednesday, December 4, 2019

Female workers at Japanese company told to wear Period badges

From: Mary B.
Sent: December 4, 2019
To: undisclosed recipients
Subject: Fw: Female workers at Japanese company told to wear Period badges


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Mary, I can't believe that a company could make women wear such a badge. Thanks for sending us this article to share with others. ~Den



Excerpt: "The badges feature a cartoon character called Seiri Chan - known for being a symbol of women's menstrual health in Japan. A Japanese department store has come under fire for asking its female employees to wear badges letting people know they are on their period. Staff working at Michi Kake store in Osaka in Japan, which is known for selling products related to female sexual and menstrual health, have been asked to wear a badge with a little cartoon called Seiri Chan - a name loosely translated as Miss Period."

Tuesday, December 3, 2019

Parents guilty of regifting Their kids' confiscated iPads 'as new ones' for Christmas

From: Jason S.
Sent: December 3, 2019
To: undisclosed recipients
Subject: Fw: Parents guilty of regifting Their kids' confiscated iPads 'as new ones' for Christmas


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Thanks, Jason. Although it seems legit to at some time regift an item for let's say an office white elephant but to do it to your own kids seems cruel. ~Den



Excerpt: "A parent has been labelled 'gross' after sharing their plan to regift their children's old iPads as new ones this Christmas having taken them away as punishment. The children, age six and seven, both have their own iPad mini but frustrated their parent with their behaviour over the summer after 'constantly fighting with each other and just being brats in general'. After 'losing it one day', the anonymous parent took the iPads away and told the two young children that they were being sold, never to be seen again. Both were left in floods as tears as their tech was cleaned up and put back in the original boxes with the accessories packed away ready to go on sale."

Monday, December 2, 2019

Woman has giant hairball removed from her stomach from eating her own hair

From: Jill N.
Sent: December 2, 2019
To: undisclosed recipients
Subject: Fw: Woman has giant hairball removed from her stomach from eating her own hair


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That's gross Jill but thanks for sending in the article anyway. Out of all the things to eat out there way in the world would you eat your own hair ~Den



Excerpt: "A woman who was addicted to pulling out and eating her own hair had a giant hairball measuring 15 centimetres removed from her stomach, according to a medical journal. The 38-year-old, who was suffering from nausea, vomiting and an extremely swollen abdomen when she arrived at hospital in the US, had suffered dramatic weight loss, losing 15 pounds over the previous eight months after she lost her appetite."

Russian Cows are wearing Virtual Reality (VR) headsets to produce more milk

From: Bill M.
Sent: January 3, 2019
To: undisclosed recipients
Subject: Fw: Russian Cows are wearing Virtual Reality (VR) headsets to produce more milk


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Thanks, Bill. I wonder if in the future we'll see cows playing war games out in the fields? ~Den


Excerpt: "VR Is Now Being Used To Relax Cows. A farm in Moscow is testing the effects of using virtual reality on cows to make them feel calm and produce more milk. Virtual Reality (or VR for short) allows users to experience video games or a new virtual world from a first-person perspective, thus making them believe that they are actually there. Not only can the experience create a huge sense of immersion, but the concept of Virtual Reality itself can make one believe like they are part of a much more exciting world – a world of fantasy, mystique, and perhaps even intrigue. However, Virtual Reality can be much more than that, especially when serving a non-entertainment purpose."

Sunday, December 1, 2019

Men chasing a large Iguana along I-95 caught on camera

From: John C.
Sent: December 1, 2019
To: undisclosed recipients
Subject: Fw: Men chasing a large Iguana along I-95 caught on camera


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Thanks John for submitting this article. I'm not particularly a fan of large lizards bot do think they should be allowed to live. Good article. ~Den



Excerpt: "Why did an iguana cross Interstate 95? Maybe the scaly critter wanted to test how nice South Floridians are. After all, the lizard’s relationship with Florida is complicated. The South Florida resident said she grew worried when she saw the “majestic” creature walking along I-95’s Spanish River exit in Boca Raton on Tuesday morning. Amstalden said she pulled over and tried to rescue the lizard, but it kept running away.“These nice men ... saw a crazy lady on the highway, me, and stopped to see if I was OK,” Amstalden wrote on Facebook. When she told them what she was doing, Amstalden said they agreed to help."

Lost Wedding Ring While Skiing Was Found 2,000 Miles Away

From: Sarah S.
Sent: December 1, 2019
To: undisclosed recipients
Subject: Fw: Lost Wedding Ring While Skiing Was Found 2,000 Miles Away


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Thanks Sarah. I bet this couple was real happy they were able to get back her wedding ring. Neat story, thanks again. ~Den



Excerpt: "Nov. 29 (UPI) -- An Oregon woman who lost her wedding ring during a 1992 ski trip has the heirloom back on her finger after it turned up more than 2,000 miles away in Alabama. Melisse De La Mare, of Portland, said she and her husband, Jim Gibson, had only been married a few months when she lost the wedding ring while skiing on Mount Bachelor in Bend, Ore. De La Mare said the ring was especially precious because it had originally belonged to her mother-in-law. "We lost something that meant something to the family, not from a monetary value point of view," Gibson told KGW-TV. Heather Langley, a jewelry maker in Bessemer, Ala., said a customer told her last summer about a ring he had found while working at Mount Bachelor in the early 1990s."

Saturday, November 30, 2019

For 18 years a man forgot he had placed a bag of weed up his nose

From: Dan K.
Sent: November 30, 2019
To: undisclosed recipients
Subject: Fw: For 18 years a man forgot he had placed a bag of weed up his nose


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Thanks Dan for submitting this crazy article. I find it hard to believe that someone could be so dumb as to not know that there was something stuck up their nose. And they put it there. ~Den



Excerpt: "The man thought he accidentally swallowed the bag when he smuggled it into prison in his right nostril. He hadn't. A man who snuck a bag of cannabis into prison in his nose 18 years ago has finally had the dried-up weed removed from his nasal cavity, according to a new case report published in British Medical Journal Case Reports. It is the “first reported case of a prison-acquired marijuana-based rhinolith,” also known as a nose stone, said a team led by Murray Smith, a physician at Westmead Hospital in Sydney, Australia."

Friday, November 29, 2019

A perfectly intact 18,000 year old puppy was found in the Siberian permafrost

From: Dan H.
Sent: January 3, 2019
To: undisclosed recipients
Subject: Fw: A perfectly intact 18,000 year old puppy was found in the Siberian permafrost


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Thanks so much Dan for submitting this cool article about the 18,000 year old pup found in Russia. We'll put together a post and video to share with the MCE nation. ~Den



Excerpt: "Researchers named it 'Drogo' which means 'wolf or dog'. An ancient puppy has been discovered completely frozen and perfectly preserved in Siberian permafrost, researchers say. The specimen was carbon dated and found to be 18,000 years old, but looks and feels like a “very recently dead animal”. Researchers in Stockholm found the puppy in summer 2018 in a remote part of northeast Siberia, about two hours from the nearest town of Belaya Gora."

Thursday, November 28, 2019

Her 'bum sunning' ritual, which she claims gives her energy, Shocks many

From: Jill W.
Sent: November 27, 2019
To: undisclosed recipients
Subject: Fw: Her 'bum sunning' ritual, which she claims gives her energy, Shocks many


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OMG Jill. Not sure we should share this article but we will anyway. Thanks for sharing it with us. ~Den



Excerpt: "Social media users have been left lost for words after a woman's post about the little-known practice of 'perineum sunning' went viral. Meagan took to Instagram to share a very X-rated photo of herself laying flat on her back in the great outdoors, holding her legs in the air with her arms to get some rays on an area where, according to the popular saying, the sun usually doesn't shine."

Wednesday, November 27, 2019

To Report That Her Mother Was Being Abused, She "Ordered A Pizza" From 911

From: Dawn B.
Sent: November 27, 2019
To: undisclosed recipients
Subject: Fw: To Report That Her Mother Was Being Abused, She "Ordered A Pizza" From 911


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https://www.mycrazyemail.net/2019/11/to-report-that-her-mother-was-being.html


Thanks for the article submission, Dawn. Make sure you watch the video. ~Den



Excerpt: "An Ohio woman used "ordering a pizza" as code to let a 911 operator know her mother was in danger, and the operator is now being praised for his quick thinking. The Nov. 13 call came into Oregon, Ohio, 911 dispatcher Tim Teneyck, who was initially confused by the request for a pizza, but was quickly able to discern that the caller was trying to signal for help in an alleged domestic abuse situation, the Toledo Blade reported."

Tuesday, November 26, 2019

A Woman was Killed on her way to work by Feral Hogs in Texas

From: Kim M.
Sent: November 26, 2019
To: undisclosed recipients
Subject: Fw: A Woman was Killed on her way to work by Feral Hogs in Texas


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I saw this article on Vice and thought you guys might want to add it to your stories. ~Kim

Thanks, Kim. I also saw this story on T.V. and think it would be a great story to share. ~Den



Excerpt: "In my 35 years, I will tell you it's one of the worst things I've ever seen, said County Sheriff Brian Hawthorne. A woman in Texas was found dead outside the home of an elderly couple she cared for after being attacked by a group of feral hogs on Sunday morning. The victim, 59-year-old Christine Rollins, arrived at work in the rural southeast Texan town of Anahuac around 6 a.m. on Sunday when it was still dark. The 84-year-old homeowner found Rollins’ body lying in the front yard when he looked outside after she didn’t arrive at their door for work."

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