Saturday, May 23, 2009

"Woman bites lover's penis off in car crash"

A boss and his secretary who were having an affair saw their romantic tryst interrupted in a wince-inducing manner - after a car crash led her to accidentally bite his penis off.
According to reports in China Press and Sin Chew Daily, the 30-year-old woman was performing oral sex on her boss in a car in a Singapore park, when the car was struck by a reversing van.
The impact caused her to bite the man's penis off.
Just in case this wasn't already bad enough for those involved, the incident was observed by a private detective who had been sent by the woman's husband to catch them out.
He described how, shortly after parking, the car started to 'shake violently' - but then was hit by the van. He said that the woman screamed loudly, with her mouth covered in blood.
Helpfully, the investigator called an ambulance to take the man to hospital. His lover followed him there, with part of his penis.
The investigator said he's never seen an incident like it before.

wow, did the karma wheel spin here. it didnt just spin it broke off its moorings and ran this poor bastard over. what excuse do you give the wife here? how bad do you think this p.i. was laughing? just think about it.........hes going to have to pay all that alimony and be dickless. way to go numbnuts.......................

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

‘Missing link’ primate likely to stir debate

A discovery of a 47 million-year-old fossil primate that is said to be a human ancestor was announced and unveiled Tuesday at a press conference in New York City.
Known as "Ida," the nearly complete transitional fossil is 20 times older than most fossils that provide evidence for human evolution.
It shows characteristics from the very primitive non-human evolutionary line (prosimians, such as lemurs), but is more related to the human evolutionary line (anthropoids, such as monkeys, apes and humans), said Norwegian paleontologist Jørn Hurum of the University of Oslo Natural History Museum. However, she is not really an anthropoid either, he said.

The fossil, called Darwinius masillae and said to be a female, provides the most complete understanding of the paleobiology of any primate so far discovered from the Eocene Epoch, Hurum said. An analysis of the fossil mammal is detailed Tuesday in the journal PLoS ONE.
"This is the first link to all humans ... truly a fossil that links world heritage," Hurum said.
Here is some context for the age of the new primate fossil: Anatomically modern humans (Homo sapiens) first emerged about 200,000 years ago, but early humans such as Australopithecus afarensis and Australopithecus anamensis reach back 3 million to 4 million years ago or even earlier. Humans are thought to have split off from a group that includes chimpanzees and gorillas about 6 million years ago. And a group that includes all the great apes (including us) and Old World monkeys (called simians or anthropoids) diverged from New World monkeys in the Eocene, just after the time of Ida. So our primate roots reach back to this time.


oops , sorry religion. if this actually pans out then can we say , once and for all, that we evolved? can we look at the bible for what it is .......a good fictional story? i'm asking you. i gave up on organized religion a long time ago and i encourage all people to look at it for what it really is.......a "cmg" or colossal money grab. whats the over/under on the pope coming out against this? i'm giving him three weeks.