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         BIZARRE NEWS - Wednesday, April 23, 2008
 "Spanning the globe for the weird...strange...and stupid."
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Greetings fellow Bizarros:

You just can't trust anybody any more. You can't trust 
criminals, and now you can't even trust the police. Some 
poor schmuck called the police to report that three men 
robbed him under the pretense of buying marijuana, and the 
cops arrested him for possession! Where is the justice in 
that? 

18-year-old Scott Leshner from Boca Raton, Florida was 
charged with possession of hallucinogenic mushrooms, a 
felony, and possession of marijuana, a misdemeanor. 

Leshner told police three men who told him they wanted to 
purchase marijuana entered his home and robbed him and 
three of his friends. He said the armed men forced him to 
open his safe, and then got away with $2,000, an Apple 
laptop and an unknown amount of marijuana. 

Police said Leshner's friends were also robbed and one 
suffered minor injuries from pistol-whipping. 

Bizarrely,

Lewis

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------------- Man cites cop for parking ---------------

PORTLAND, Ore. - A Portland, Ore., man has issued a series 
of citizen-initiated parking charges against a police 
officer he claims illegally parked his patrol vehicle. 
Eric Bryant, who recently passed the Oregon bar exam, 
said he confronted Officer Chad Stensgaard at a Chinese 
restaurant March 7 after he witnessed the officer parking 
next to a "No Parking" sign, the Portland Mercury reported.
Bryant claims Stensgaard admitted parking improperly, but 
asked, "If someone broke into your house, would you rather 
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Bryant said the officer did nothing inside the restaurant 
other than apparently pick up some food he ordered. "If he 
had acknowledged and corrected his error, we could have 
avoided his whole thing," said Bryant. "But instead, he 
kept watching basketball and told me he wasn't doing any-
thing wrong." Bryant initiated violation proceedings as a 
citizen against Stensgaard -- alleging illegal parking, 
illegal stopping, not obeying parking restrictions on 
state highways, and illegal operation of an emergency 
vehicle or ambulance. If the judge agrees with Bryant in 
court May 23, Stensgaard could face $540 in fines. 

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--------- Man spends 41 hours stuck in elevator ----------

NEW YORK - A New York man who spent 41 hours trapped in an 
elevator with no food or water last fall got a moment in 
the sun Monday, appearing on national television. Nicholas 
White, 34, said he was on his way back to his office on 
the 39th floor of his building after a late-night cigarette 
break one Friday last October when the elevator stopped 
between floors and refused to budge, ABC's "Good Morning 
America" reported exclusively. White said he screamed and 
rang the emergency bell, but no one heard him. "After a 
certain amount of time I knew I was in big trouble," said 
White, who said he lost track of time without his cell 
phone. "I had no idea if it was day or night," he said. 
White said he urinated by prying the doors open and 
relieving himself down the elevator shaft. It wasn't until 
4 p.m. Sunday that a voice came over the intercom and asked 
if anyone was inside the elevator. White, who received a 
settlement from the building, said that despite his ordeal, 
which was recorded by a surveillance video camera, he has 
not given up elevators. "Living in Manhattan, I'd be 
seriously limiting my life if I didn't take elevators," 
he said. 


---------- Police: Man tried to take M&M statue ----------

SHEBOYGAN, Wis. - Police in Sheboygan, Wis., said a Pick 
N' Save grocery store employee rescued a peanut M&M statue 
from a would-be thief. Investigators said the employee 
spotted a man walking out of the store with the 3-foot-
tall, yellow M&M statue and followed the would-be candy-
napper to his car, the Sheboygan Press reported Monday. 
The employee confronted the man, who offered to pay $5 for 
the item -- which is worth closer to $50 -- and the suspect 
drove away after the employee grabbed the statue from his 
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------- Cops say 'Sorry, love' for accidental raid --------

BOLTON, England - British police have said they are sorry 
for mistakenly raiding the home of a 58-year-old lunch 
lady in a drug-bust operation. Six police officers broke 
into a Bolton, England, home with sledgehammers expecting 
to find drug-crazed addicts, but instead came across 
Kathleen Oldham drinking tea in her pajamas, The Daily 
Mail reported. "Sorry, love, wrong house," police said 
when they realized their mistake. Oldham's window was 
repaired and she received a bouquet of flowers to smooth 
over the cops' blunder. "Officers will be reviewing what 
went wrong in order to make sure this doesn't happen 
again," a spokesman said. Officials said 21 people were 
arrested in the real anti-drug operation, in which they 
seized two vehicles, cash, weapons and drugs.

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>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> READER COMMENTS <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

Lewis, About the H 20 fuel, My father, A retired special 
forces specialists, told me about two engines he worked on 
in the late sixties that ran on hydrochloric acid. The 
engines were put into a Helicopter and a jet pack. Both 
engines emitted water out the tail pipe that the engineers 
said at the time was cleaner than most drinking water. The 
problem with the engines had to do something about the acid 
wearing down the metal on the inside of the engines. He 
also told me about a spy satellite that could zoom in on a 
golf ball and read the print on the ball. This was in the 
late sixties so who knows what they can do now? -Bear
[Engines that run on hydrochloric acid. That doesn't sound 
toxic.]


Lewis, Actually we have several types of gaseous fuels that 
are used in engines.  These have been around for at least 
50 years.  During the gasoline crisis in the 1970s, many 
fleets of school buses and other vehicles were converted to 
run on either natural gas or propane.  Hydrogen has also 
been used but it is very dangerous because it burns with an 
invisible flame and can cause serious problems. -Bill
[Oh, I've heard of these. And they are supposed to be cleaner, 
but the problem is that natural gas and propane are both 
still very limited, non-renewable natural resources.]


Lewis, I actually had a boat that ran on water and a motor-
cycle that could run on dirt. But I didn't get it patented. 
Also my truck runs on asphalt. (I'm sorry, just woke up and 
waiting for the coffee to brew). -Gene
[What are you putting in that coffee, Gene?]


We keep hearing about how bad using corn, soybeans and wheat 
is to make biofuels and that it is more costly (dollars and 
environment) than using petroleum.  However, no one is 
talking about sugar cane as a biofuel: it is cheaper to grow, 
you have less waste, it is converted to fuel quicker and 
easier, has a higher conversion to biofuel and would not 
affect food sources.  I have a neighbor who farms soybean, 
he told me that the reason he does not grow sugar instead 
is that the government doesn't subsidises them to produce it 
like they push for soy, corn....  Seems like we have jumped 
before we got all info together again.  So I was wondering, 
with all your wizard of Oz knowledge if you have heard about 
using sugar cane for biofuel? -KRIS
[In researching this on the Internets I have read studies 
which claim that it takes more energy to produce the bio-
fuels than we get out of it, and studies which claim that 
it takes less. It depends on how you crunch the numbers. 
Some crops a little more, some crops a little less. But 
the biofuel rush is having a significant impact worldwide. 
Brazil, often touted as the most impressive biofuel success 
story, is using half its annual sugarcane crop to provide 
40 percent of its auto fuel, while accelerating deforestation 
to grow more sugarcane and soybeans. Malaysian and Indonesian 
rainforests are being bulldozed for oil palm plantations in 
order to serve at the booming European market for biodiesel.]

------------------ END OF READER COMMENTS ------------------

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