Archive for April, 2009

Unlicensed U.N. Doctors Administer and Take Controlled Narcotics

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Date: April 29th, 2009

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New York – A group of largely unlicensed doctors and nurses at the United Nations are distributing controlled narcotics including Valium, Diazepam and Demerol, and in some cases they are self-medicating themselves with the drugs, according to a published report. Serguei Oleinikov, deputy director of the U.N. Medical Service, recently approved the “disposal” of dozens of unexpired Valium tablets from the fifth-floor department within the United Nation’s headquarters in midtown Manhattan. More… Discount Magazine SubscriptionsDiscount Cigarettes and TobaccoNutty News Today MarketplaceHotwire

Man cut off finger and ate it to protest overdue wages

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Date: April 28th, 2009

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BELGRADE – A Serbian union official who chopped off his finger and ate it in a protest over wages that in some cases have not been paid in years, said Monday he did it to show how desperate he and other workers were.
“We, the workers have nothing to eat, we had to seek some sort of alternative food and I gave them an example,” Zoran Bulatovic told Reuters. “It hurt like hell.” More… Discount Magazine SubscriptionsDiscount Cigarettes and TobaccoNutty News Today MarketplaceThings Remembered

Federal convicts travel unescorted from prison to prison on Greyhound

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Date: April 28th, 2009

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DALLAS – Among the hundreds of bus passengers arriving everyday in downtown Dallas, there are some the government doesn’t want the public to know about.
“It’s an inherent safety and security risk for the industry as a whole,” said Kim Plaskett, a spokeswoman with Greyhound Bus Lines. More… Discount Magazine SubscriptionsDiscount Cigarettes and TobaccoNutty News Today MarketplaceDrs. Foster and Smith

Mother feeds babies McDonald’s meals

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Date: April 28th, 2009

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UK – She made history as the fattest ever mother of triplets. But far from ensuring her babies don’t go the same way she did, Leanne Salt is happy to admit feeding them junk food, including fish and chips and McDonald’s meals.
Yesterday the 24-year-old – still dangerously overweight – told of her approach to motherhood which doctors say is certain to leave them facing health problems. More… Discount Magazine SubscriptionsDiscount Cigarettes and TobaccoNutty News Today MarketplaceMy Wines Direct

Man dressed as woman charged in perfume thefts

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Date: April 28th, 2009

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HOBART, Indiana – A 34-year-old Chicago man whom customers mistook for a woman was charged with the theft of 22 bottles of perfume from a local store. Jose A. Torres Rivera was charged in Superior Court a Class D felony after a customer reported to store personnel at Ulta, 2395 E. 81st Ave., that a woman was taking perfume bottles out of the boxes and stuffing them in her purse. More… Discount Magazine SubscriptionsDiscount Cigarettes and TobaccoNutty News Today MarketplaceSt. Jude Children’s Hospital

Surgeon Finds Toothpick In Student’s Foot

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Date: April 27th, 2009

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FORT COLLINS, Colorado – After a dozen years, a Colorado State University student who unknowingly had a toothpick lodged in her foot is free of the object. Jasmine Rainey said she heard over and over growing up the story of how she had stepped on a toothpick that was sticking up on her kitchen floor. The doctor had told Rainey and her mother that he thought he had fully removed the wood after the accident. More… Discount Magazine SubscriptionsDiscount Cigarettes and Tobacco - Nutty News Today MarketplaceOmaha Steaks

Restaurants charging extra for bread and butter

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Date: April 27th, 2009

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New York – Recession-hit restaurants are helping themselves to your wallet by serving you an extra side of super sneaky charges.
The Post last week found city eateries subtly billing customers for things usually free — including bread and butter.
Although managers claim the prices are clearly marked on menus, the outrageous charges can backfire on restaurants, experts said. More… Discount Magazine SubscriptionsDiscount Cigarettes and TobaccoNutty News Today Marketplace - Luggage OnLine

Teen recovering from shooting over Confederate flag

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Date: April 27th, 2009

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SARASOTA – A high school student is expected to make a full recovery after being shot in the chest during a fight that started when he and a friend carried Confederate flags down Main Street on Friday night.
The teenager charged with shooting him remains in jail with bail set at $50,000. More… Discount Magazine SubscriptionsDiscount Cigarettes and Tobacco - Nutty News Today MarketplaceNetflix

Pilot arrested ‘for failing breath test’ minutes before he was due to fly plane carrying 300 passengers

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Date: April 27th, 2009

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UK – A pilot was marched off his plane and arrested for being over the alcohol limit moments before he was set to take off from Heathrow Airport.
Security staff at Terminal 3 alerted police claiming they could smell alcohol on Daniel Dufour’s breath.
The 45-year-old captain was then hauled out of the cockpit and arrested after failing a breath test. More… Discount Magazine SubscriptionsDiscount Cigarettes and TobaccoNutty News Today MarketplaceGeneric Pharmacy

Son cuts pacemaker from father’s chest

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Date: April 27th, 2009

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MANCHESTER – A man is being treated at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics today after his son tried to cut a pacemaker from his chest. Jesse L. Fierstine, 32, of rural Manchester, was arrested Saturday for attempted murder after he allegedly struck his father, Charles Fierstine, 63, in the head with a flashlight and a piece of firewood. He then proceeded to cut a pacemaker from his father’s chest using a pocketknife. More… Discount Magazine SubscriptionsDiscount Cigarettes and TobaccoNutty News Today MarketplaceHotwire

Paramedics have heart attack victim walk down three flights of stairs

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Date: April 26th, 2009

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WORCESTER – It was Mother’s Day, and Joan S. Rondeau was at work caring for elderly residents of a local nursing home when she got a telephone call that filled her with dread.
It was her daughter on the line. Mrs. Rondeau’s husband, Charles, wasn’t feeling well but was reluctant to go to the hospital. He had broken out in a sweat and was short of breath. The family’s lawyer, Andrew Meyer of the Boston firm Lubin & Meyer, said he expects to file a medical malpractice lawsuit in Worcester Superior Court within the next two months. More… Discount Magazine SubscriptionsDiscount Cigarettes and TobaccoNutty News Today MarketplacePark Seed

Swine Flu Confirmed in US – Questions and Answers About Swine Flu

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Date: April 26th, 2009

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NEW YORK — Mayor Michael Bloomberg says that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed that students at a New York high school were infected with swine flu.
New York officials previously had said they were eight “probable” cases, but tests later confirmed that it was indeed swine flu. Bloomberg stressed that the cases were mild and many are recovering. More… Discount Magazine SubscriptionsDiscount Cigarettes and TobaccoNutty News Today MarketplaceRush My Passport

6 arrested in prostitution sting

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Date: April 25th, 2009

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Mississippi – Hattiesburg police arrested six people Wednesday during a prostitution sting.
The undercover operation, which started around noon and ran about six hours, was law enforcement’s response to public outcry of what was believed to be acts of prostitution occurring in and around the downtown area. More… Discount Magazine SubscriptionsDiscount Cigarettes and TobaccoNutty News Today MarketplaceSwiss Knife Depot

Illegal aliens delivering drugs to Wal-Mart

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Date: April 25th, 2009

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CEDAR CITY, Utah – Three men are in jail telling a strange story about drugs and Wal-Mart. It started with a routine traffic stop. Iron County Sheriffs also found boxes of prescription medication in the car. The driver says he was delivering them to the chain store in Cedar City. Iron County Deputy Wade Lee says Diego Jimenez, Maricio Jimenez, and Kyle Gutierrez were on their way to the Cedar City Wal-Mart. More… Discount Magazine SubscriptionsDiscount Cigarettes and TobaccoNutty News Today MarketplaceStonewall Kitchen

Man finds bullet – Hits it with a hammer and shoots himself in the stomach

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Date: April 25th, 2009

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PLEASANT LAKE, Indiana – George Fath moved to his mobile home in rural Steuben County two months ago. The previous owners left a lot of trash in the yard, so Fath was cleaning up Thursday afternoon. That’s when he found a 22 caliber bullet in the yard. He didn’t want his three young boys to get hurt from the bullet, so Fath decided to dispose of it. More… Discount Magazine SubscriptionsDiscount Cigarettes and TobaccoNutty News Today MarketplacePrisoner Pen Pal