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December 01, 2001

Suicide can be fun
Daily Record | Submitted by: Soylent
Nothing is unusual about a man suiciding in front of a train, except in this case, a very drunk Jonathan Gundry "stuck his tongue out and put his thumbs in his ears", and then let the train splatter him. He was 38. [Jonathan earns 15 points for style, but suffers a 50 point penalty for inconveniencing commuters. Too bad.]

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Satan banned from Inglis
St. Petersburg Times | Submitted by: sahaidak
"Be it known from this day forward that Satan, ruler of darkness, giver of evil, destroyer of what is good and just, is not now, nor ever again will be, a part of this town of Inglis. Satan is hereby declared powerless, no longer ruling over, nor influencing, our citizens." [In unrelated news, rotten.com will be relocating its web servers to the sleepy Florida town of Inglis.]

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$50K to whack a journalist
Guardian | Submitted by: Soylent
Osama has $25M on his head, George W Bush $50M on his. And now, the Taliban is offering $50,000 to anyone able to kill a Western journalist in Afghanistan. Many news agencies are already pulling out of the country, among them the BBC. Northern Afghanistan isn't really controlled by the Northern Alliance anyway, it's pretty much under authority of bandits.

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Video of police beating
Sky News | Submitted by: Soylent
Police in Australia were filmed beating a suspect with a rather long wooden plank. Whether or not it was a deserved beating (police claim that it's perfectly acceptable: "I cannot see the problem"), the fact that film of it is available has generated a lot of controversy. [Story accompanied by the video]

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Did sheriff kill sheriff-elect?
Fox News | Submitted by: Soylent
"Sidney Dorsey, erstwhile sheriff of DeKalb County, is one of three men accused of killing Derwin Brown days before Brown was to assume office. Brown, 46, had defeated Dorsey in a bitter runoff in August after promising to clean up a department that for years had been dogged by corruption."

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Priceless Leonardo destroyed by restorers
The Art Newspaper | Submitted by: Soylent
"In an article in Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera, Professor Pedretti expressed his amazement that restorers had not carried out tests before submerging the picture, particularly given the delicate nature of the vegetable inks Leonardo had used. He cited two other recent cases where damage has been done to Leonardo drawings by botched cleaning efforts."

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Greek Canary Heist
Kathimerini | Submitted by: Soylent
Twenty-six canaries were stolen at the Northern Greek Canary Show in Thessaloniki, while they were waiting overnight to be judged the following day. Devious competitor at work?

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