Archive for July 13th, 2009

Mondays with Maritz: On the time of holidayas

Dear to hello for the readings from town of sunny Cunnamulla in the Queensland which is town of much lovly for doing stop of visit on the holiday although there have been some of the clouds.

I have been do enjoy the drivings of to many places in of different of the Australia for doing good see of places as I have been doing want for since arriving here from the England after the Russia. I am think it is good to be do of see the places as I am proud citizen and must be do much of knowings as it is country of the wonderful and very good.

Here is photo yesterdayof taken in the near Bourke of animals with farmer. He did do think I was funny lady with stories of recipes to the all of pets. He did much nice the helpings of problem with car and was also of nice to be having make lunch with and we did swap of the recipes of cooking.

(Samuel writes: I can’t find the photo. I don’t think she uploaded it)

He has nice lady wife who does knittings and has cat. I did do draw diagram of the knitting instructions for wool coat of cat which I have done make for nice cat Slavcatchski although I am not think temperatures are of the colds therefor coat of cat and I am also gace revipe for the lemon and mango of tea.

I am do write of from computer in the Cunnamulla but must be do go as I have done write of the emails in time taking for the to Mother of Russia and lovely neighbour of next door Mrs. Lesley and she does do say that nice cat Slavcatchski is of good but doing naughty in the chasings.

Please be do of lovely. I am hope to be write in of time next wek from holiaday.

From Maritz.
Ms. Maritzkrozlavsky Throrglasnishozly

July 13th, 2009 at 10:37pm

They’re going to sue?

Alexa Longueira was walking down a Staten Island block and was getting ready to text message when she fell into an open sewer manhole, MyFOX NY reports.

Longueira suffered mild cuts and bruises and is expected to recover.

The teen’s mother says workers told her they left the manhole open and unattended for just seconds while they went to fetch some cones from their truck.
[..]
The Longueira family says they plan on filing a lawsuit.

Source: Fox News

So, let me get this straight…person walks down the street, not looking where they are going, falls down a hole, and wants the government to pay them for it? Wow, the logic of the people on this planet is getting weirder.

Samuel

1 comment July 13th, 2009 at 03:05am

Possess Dangerous Thing

Every now and then the police come up with a charge which makes me wonder what the people who wrote the law were thinking.

The local youth was charged with possess dangerous thing with intent to injure and intimidate police.

“Possess dangerous thing”? Not an “implement”, “object” or “item”, but a “thing”. It’s just not the sort of language you expect law writers to use is it?

Mind you, the rest of the press release was bizarre as well:

About 1:20pm, the male allegedly entered the police station and threatened staff with a bottle containing a concoction of chemicals.

After allegedly attempting to ignite the contents, the teenager was arrested and in the interests of public safety an exclusion zone was established around the premises.

Trying to ignite a “bottle containing a concoction of chemicals” to what end? And do we have any idea what sort of chemicals they were…do we even know if they were dangerous? Is it possible that the male merely was being threatening and had a bottle on non-dangerous stuff?

It’s such a shame that this case went to the Children’s Court, because the actual details of it would have been fascinating.

Samuel

1 comment July 13th, 2009 at 02:42am


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