Published on May 9, 2009
MAY 2, 2009 The Taliban's Atomic Threat The extremists who harbored al Qaeda could get control of Pakistan's nuclear arsenal. At his press conference Wednesday evening, President Barack Obama endorsed Pakistan's official position that it has secure control over its nuclear-weapons arsenal. Mr. Obama said he was "gravely concerned" about the situation there, but "confident that the nuclear arsenal will remain out of militant hands." His words are not reassuring in light of the Taliban's military and political gains throughout Pakistan. Our security, and that of friends and allies world-wide, depends critically on preventing more adversaries, especially ones with otherworldly ideologies, from acquiring nuclear weapons. Unless there is swift, decisive action against the Islamic radicals there, Pakistan faces two very worrisome scenarios. One scenario is that instability continues to grow, and that the radicals disrupt both Pakistan's weak democratic institutions and the military. Often known as Pakistan's "steel skeleton" for holding the country together after successive corrupt or incompetent civilian governments, the military itself is now gravely threatened from within by rising pro-Taliban sentiment. In these circumstances -- especially if, as Secretary of State Hillary Clinton testified recently, the nuclear arsenal has been dispersed around the country -- there is a tangible risk that several weapons could slip out of military control. Such weapons could then find their way to al Qaeda or other terrorists, with obvious global implications. The second scenario is even more dangerous. Instability could cause the constitutional government to collapse entirely and the military to fragment. This could allow a well-organized, tightly disciplined group to seize control of the entire Pakistani government. While Taliban-like radicals might not have even a remote chance to prevail in free and fair elections, they could well take advantage of chaos to seize power. If that happened, a radical Islamicist regime in Pakistan would control a substantial nuclear weapons capacity. Not only could this second scenario give international terrorists even greater access to Pakistan's nuclear capabilities, the risk of nuclear confrontation with India would also increase dramatically. Moreover, Iran would certainly further accelerate its own weapons program, followed inexorably by others in the region (e.g., Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Turkey) obtaining nuclear weapons, perhaps through direct purchase from Islamabad's new regime. The Wall Steet Journel
World’s Most Expensive Face Transplant May 6, 2009 A mother who had a face transplant after being horribly disfigured when her husband blasted her with a shotgun has stepped in front of the cameras for the first time . Connie Culp, 46, showed off the results of the world’s most expensive face transplant - and America’s first - at a news conference last night. ‘I guess I’m the one you came to see today,’ the mother-of-two from Ohio said at the Cleveland Clinic where she had the groundbreaking operation.
ROCKET MAN WANTS TO FLY THE GRAND CANYON Sunday May 3,2009 YVES Rossy spread his wings to conquor the English Channel and now he's set to take on a new challenge. The Swiss pilot , 49, has been tinkering with the jet-propelled wings that allowed him to ''fly'' from Calais to Dover last September. He has now come up with a more powerful set of wings that he hopes will carry him across the Grand Canyon. It took him 10 minutes to complete the 22 mile Channel crossing and parachute to the ground. The former military pilot admitted to having his eye on the Grand Canyon for some time before he began searching for launch sites over the landmark. He wants to complete the flight by the end of October. Rossy told the Austrian Times : "A month ago we went there and found a spot for flying. I'd like to fly in the US to make my name over there." "There are vertical cliffs over 1,000 metres high, so I can do what I do without taking risks. I'd be 200 metres from spectators with 800 metres of air below me. "It's a world famous location and very beautiful. It's also in an Indian reserve, so there is that symbolic side of things too. "I want to make a simple wing that I can share with others and put on someone else's back so that we can do formation flying in the clouds. "I have a list of friends who are interested. They're a bit scared but when they see me they really want to go for it." DAILY EXPRESS
UK NEWS HUNT FOR DRUG LORD'S MILLIONS Sunday May 3,2009 AN Indiana Jones-style race is on to unearth tens of millions of dollars buried in secret locations by the notorious drug baron Pablo Escobar. And one team of fortune-seekers poised to join the dangerous treasure hunt in the jungles of Colombia is led by a former Scots Guard, John Miller. The hunt has been triggered by astonishing revelations over the whereabouts of Escobar’s illicit fortunes in a new book, Escobar: The Untold Story Of The World’s Most Powerful Criminal, written by his brother Roberto, a former cartel “accountant.” Roberto says that Escobar, killed in a shoot-out with troops and US drug enforcement agents in Medellin, Columbia, in December 1993, left fortunes salted away in Swiss bank accounts. Since numbers for those accounts were known only to Escobar, the wealth deposited in them is likely to be lost for ever. But, Roberto reveals, huge sums in cash were simply buried. And the hunt is on to find the hidden money. So far only $8million (£5million), along with an arsenal of weapons, has been recovered from underground vaults at a sprawling complex built in the jungle for Escobar. Enormous sums, the locations of which Roberto has not revealed, remain buried in or near other properties owned by Escobar in Colombia and other countries, including Mexico. “Pablo was earning so much that each year we’d write off 10 per cent of the money because rats would eat it in storage or it would be damaged by water or lost,” writes Roberto, who was released from prison in 2004 after serving 12 years for criminal conspiracy. “We had so much money we would spend as much as $2,500 (£1,600) on rubber bands just to hold the money together. We’d holiday in Las Vegas, where we’d have dinner with Frank Sinatra, on petty cash.”
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The Coolest Chrysler Ever Made May 1, 2009 “ As the first day with Chrysler in bankruptcy dawns, let’s look at a mad car from an era when the automaker was set to conquer the very skies: the jet-powered Gilda coupé … Chrysler’s executives commissioned it in 1955 and it was designed by Giovanni Savonuzzi of Italy’s Ghia coachbuilding firm. The car was shaped to take a gas turbine, but it was never fitted with one: the Gilda toured the show circuit with a 1.5-liter OSCA four-pot, then was handed over to the Henry Ford Museum, where it sat until purchased by a Californian eight years ago for $125,000.”
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May 6, 3:08 PM EDT Here she comes: Saudi's Miss Beautiful Morals Associated Press RIYADH, Saudi Arabia (AP) -- Sukaina al-Zayer is an unlikely beauty queen hopeful. She covers her face and body in black robes and an Islamic veil, so no one can tell what she looks like. She also admits she's a little on the plump side. But at Saudi Arabia's only beauty pageant, the judges don't care about a perfect figure or face. What they're looking for in the quest for "Miss Beautiful Morals" is the contestant who shows the most devotion and respect for her parents. "The idea of the pageant is to measure the contestants' commitment to Islamic morals... It's an alternative to the calls for decadence in the other beauty contests that only take into account a woman's body and looks," said pageant founder Khadra al-Mubarak. "The winner won't necessarily be pretty," she added. "We care about the beauty of the soul and the morals." So after the pageant opens Saturday, the nearly 200 contestants will spend the next 10 weeks attending classes and being quizzed on themes including "Discovering your inner strength," "The making of leaders" and "Mom, paradise is at your feet" - a saying attributed to Islam's Prophet Muhammad to underline that respect for parents is among the faith's most important tenets. Pageant hopefuls will also spend a day at a country house with their mothers, where they will be observed by female judges and graded on how they interact with their mothers, al-Mubarak said. Since the pageant is not televised and no men are involved, contestants can take off the veils and black figure-hiding abayas they always wear in public. The Miss Beautiful Morals pageant is the latest example of conservative Muslims co-opting Western-style formats to spread their message in the face of the onslaught of foreign influences flooding the region through the Internet and satellite television.
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The PD-100 Black Hornet ‘nanocopter’ is a long way from the remote control whirlybirds favoured by anorak-wearing model aeroplane enthusiasts. They do not accelerate and decelerate like normal helicopters and, worst of all, they cannot hover. Engineers behind the Black Hornet have developed a miniscule aircraft that will do all of those things, thanks to the ’smallest and lightest control servos in the world’. Weighing in at just 0.5g, the tiny servos mean the PD-100 is even smaller than a toy battery helicopter. Powered by an electric motor, the microcopter has 4in rotor blades, carries a tiny digital camera and flies at speeds of up to 20mph.”
China's ultimatum: smoke or be fined Agence France-Presse May 04, 2009 Smoke or pay ... officials in China have been told to meet smoking targets / AFP OFFICIALS in a county in central China have been told to smoke nearly a quarter million packs of locally made cigarettes annually or risk being fined, state media reports. The Gong'an county government in Hubei province has ordered its staff to puff their way through 230,000 packs of Hubei-produced cigarette brands a year, the Global Times said. Departments that fail to meet their targets will be fined, according to the report. "The regulation will boost the local economy via the cigarette tax," said Chen Nianzu, a member of the Gong'an cigarette market supervision team, according to the paper. The measure could also be a ploy to aid local cigarette brands such as Huanghelou, which are under severe pressure from competitors in neighbouring Hunan province, according to the paper. China has 350 million smokers, of whom a million die of smoking-related diseases every year. More than half of all male doctors in China smoke, but the Government is now trying harder to get them to kick the habit in order to set an example for others, state media reported recently.
Two charged in sex for debt payoff case in Oakland Oakland Tribune 05/01/2009 OAKLAND — Russell Bileci owed Maurice Williams $100. How police said they decided to settle the debt could cost both men long prison terms. Investigators said Friday that Bileci said he would repay the debt by allowing Williams to have sex with his 46-year-old girlfriend in the downtown residential hotel where they all lived. The woman, who was asleep when the deal was made, knew nothing about the agreement, and investigators said Bileci sat silently in their room while she was sexually assaulted for at least a half-hour before she was rescued by police who arrested the two men. Bileci, 47, and Williams, 49, are now each charged with eight felony counts that could lead to more than 30-year prison terms if they are convicted of all counts. Even though Bileci did not have sex with the woman during the attack some of the counts filed against him by Senior Deputy District Attorney Kim Hunter are "in concert" with sex crimes since authorities said he set up the encounter and did nothing to stop the assault. Williams is charged with two counts of rape, four counts of oral copulation and two counts of sodomy. For sentencing enhancement purposes, he is also accused of having four prior felony convictions going back to 1987, including two for possession and sales of narcotics, one for assault with a deadly weapon and one for theft. Bileci is charged with "in concert" counts of rape, two counts of oral copulation. Both men have pleaded not guilty to the charges against them and are scheduled to have a pretrial hearing May 19. Williams is being held at Santa Rita Jail in lieu of $550,000 bail. Bileci is also being held there in lieu of $360,000 bail.
Dr Pepper artifact may reveal soft drink’s origin Associated Press May 4, 2009 This photo shows a recipe titled "D Peppers Pepsin Bitters" in a ledger book from the Waco, Texas, drugstore where Dr Pepper was invented. The recipe is shown at Heritage Auction Galleries in Dallas. The book contains references to the famous soft drink and its inventor. When the book of more than 360 pages goes up for auction at Dallas-based Heritage Auction Galleries on May 13, it's expected to sell for between $50,000 and $75,000. It is not known whether it is an early Dr Pepper recipe. Poking through antiques stores while traveling through the Texas Panhandle, Bill Waters stumbled across a tattered old ledger book filled with formulas. He bought it for $200, suspecting he he could resell it for five times that. Turns out, his inkling about the book’s value was more spot on than he knew. The Tulsa, Okla., man eventually discovered the book came from the Waco, Texas, drugstore where Dr Pepper was invented and includes a recipe titled “D Peppers Pepsin Bitters.” “I began feeling like I had a national treasure,” said Waters, 59. When the 8½-by-15½ inch book of more than 360 pages goes up for auction at Dallas-based Heritage Auction Galleries on May 13, it’s expected to sell between $50,000 to $75,000.
Dramatic growth in cancer in next 20 years May 4, 2009 HOUSTON , May 4 (UPI) -- The number of new cancer cases diagnosed annually in the United States will increase by 45 percent in the next 20 years, U.S. researchers said. New cancer cases diagnosed annually will increase from 1.6 million in 2010 to 2.3 million in 2030, with a dramatic spike in incidence predicted in the elderly and minority populations, researchers at The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center said. The study, published online in the Journal of Clinical Oncology, predicts a 67 percent increase in the number of adults age 65 or older diagnosed with cancer, from 1 million in 2010 to 1.6 million in 2030. In non-white individuals over the same 20-year span, the incidence is expected to increase by 100 percent, from 330,000 to 660,000. Senior author Dr. Ben Smith said the study underscores cancer's growing stress on the U.S. healthcare system. "In 2030, 70 percent of all cancers will be diagnosed in the elderly and 28 percent in minorities, and the number of older adults diagnosed with cancer will be the same as the total number of Americans diagnosed with cancer in 2010," Smith says in a statement. "Also alarming is that a number of the types of cancers that are expected to increase, such as liver, stomach and pancreas, still have tremendously high mortality rates." UPI.com
Top 5 Most Horrific Parasitic Worms May 2, 2009 “Loathed wherever they go, parasitic worms are some of the animal kingdom’s true lowlifes. They feed off living hosts, sapping them of energy and nutrients while causing a range of horrible diseases. After worming their way into people’s lives, particularly in developing countries, these suckers can lie undetected for months or even years. They just take, take, take, and when they reveal themselves, gracious me, are they hideous creatures to lay your eyes on! We’ve picked five of the worst known to eat us humans from the inside out – but try to be good hosts as we welcome in the parasitic worms .” w/ photos
Ailing Jupiter girl to get wish to meet rocker, outdoorsman Ted Nugent Sun Sentinel Tuesday, May 5, 2009 JUPITER — A Palm Beach County girl is getting a rock star send off from Fort Lauderdale airport today as the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Southern Florida sends her to meet rock star and outdoorsman Ted Nugent. Brianna Curry, 6, of Jupiter is battling a brain tumor and became of fan of Nugent by watching his reality show "Spirit of the Wild" on the Outdoor Channel. Make-A-Wish Foundation officials say Brianna even enjoys the rocker's music. During her wish vacation, Brianna, her parents and 4-year-old brother will spend four days in Texas during which she'll meet Nugent on the set of his program at the Spirit Wild Ranch in China Spring, TX. However, before the flight from the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport this afternoon, the Make-A-Wish Foundation, American Airlines, the Broward County Aviation Department and the Broward Sheriff's Office have some special plans for Brianna. Brianna and her family will arrive for their flight in a chauffeur-driven limousine and then be escorted by BSO patrol cars with lights flashing and sirens blaring. Once inside the terminal, Scribbles the clown and BSO deputies on lighted scooters will take Brianna and her family to their gate to enjoy cake and balloons before their flight. Additionally, BSO's Airport Rescue Fire Fighting team will celebrate the flight's departure with a water cannon salute. The Make-A-Wish Foundation grants the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions. It is the largest wish-granting charity in the world with 67 chapters in the U.S. and its territories.
Tuesday May 5, 2009 Secretary accidentally bites off boss’ penis A SECRETARY accidentally bit off the penis of her employer while giving him oral sex in a car. Sin Chew Daily and China Press reported yesterday that while the 30-year-old woman was performing oral sex on the man, the car was hit by a reversing van. The impact of the crash, China Press reported, caused the woman to bite off her lover’s organ. The daily reported that the incident occurred in a Singapore park where the couple met after work. To make matters worse for the woman, her husband had sent a private investigator to spy on her after suspecting that she was being unfaithful. The investigator said he had followed the woman and her boss to the park. “On reaching the park, they did not alight from the car. Not long after, the car started to shake violently. After the car was hit by the van, there was a loud scream from the woman whose mouth was covered with blood,” he said. The woman later followed her lover to the hospital with part of the sexual organ. The investigator, who called an ambulance to send the man to hospital, said that this was the first time he had encountered such an incident.
Ammo hard to find as gun owners stock up CNN AURORA, Colorado (CNN) -- Gun shops across the country are reporting a run on ammunition, a phenomenon apparently driven by fear that the Obama administration will increase taxes on bullets or enact new gun-control measures. Ron Cardwell fires his 9 mm semiautomatic at a paper target at a range in Aurora, Colorado. "In the last two months it's gotten very, very difficult to find ammunition," says Richard Taylor, manager of The Firing Line, a gun shop and shooting range in the Denver, Colorado, suburbs. "There are a lot of rumors floating around that the present government would like to increase taxes on ammunition. I think [there is] just a lot of panicked buying going on." While campaigning for the White House, Obama supported re-enacting the now-expired ban on assault weapons. But there is no indication that the administration will take up that measure -- or any other gun-control initiative --anytime soon. Nonetheless, some gun owners aren't taking any chances. Two weeks ago, The Firing Line was forced to impose a four-box-per-customer limit on ammo. Before that, the shop was selling 10,000 rounds of 9 mm handgun ammunition a day. Some calibers of ammunition have been unavailable for months. "Currently no .380 ammunition -- I haven't seen any for about four months ... .38 special, it's been at least a couple of months," Taylor says. "It's just that there's been a huge demand and it's far outweighed supply right now." Taylor says plenty of people are still coming to the range to shoot, but are gun owners hoarding ammo . "People are buying cases or whatever they can get their hands on and putting it away, absolutely," he says. "The only way that this shortage can have to do with it is that people are buying and hoarding."
Canadians 'feistier' and ready to battle world: Poll Canwest News Service May 4, 2009 The poll of 1,600 Canadians, commissioned by the Montreal-based Association for Canadian Studies, found 67 per cent of respondents agreed with the statement: 'Canada should follow its own interests even if it leads to conflict with other nations. A significant majority of Canadians are willing to risk friction with other nations in pursuit of this country's interests, according to a new survey that suggests Canada has "grown feistier" about its role in the world during this decade. The poll of 1,600 Canadians, commissioned by the Montreal-based Association for Canadian Studies, found 67 per cent of respondents agreed with the statement: "Canada should follow its own interests even if it leads to conflict with other nations. "This contrasts with 49 per cent in 2003 who agreed with this view," notes the study of Canadian attitudes towards the country's place on the global stage, prepared by ACS executive director Jack Jedwab. The findings indicate Canadians have "grown feistier when it comes to defending their interests on the international front," the study states. The survey also showed 58 per cent of respondents believe Canada has gained more sway in international affairs in recent years. "In this decade, Canadians refused the invitation of the U.S. to send troops to Iraq," the study notes. "More recently they have warned Russia not to push their claims on Arctic sovereignty. The majority of Canadians think that their influence in world affairs has grown over the past few years." Canada.com
Saudi Arabia mulls marriage ban for girls under 18 Mon May 4, 1:00 pm ET RIYADH (Reuters) – Saudi Arabia may ban marriage for girls below 18, a government minister said after a case of an eight-year old girl marrying a man more than 40 years her senior drew international criticism and embarrassed the kingdom. "Among the options that are available and excluding the issue of puberty, is to ban marriage for (people) under 18," Justice Minister Mohammed al-Eissa told Asharq al-Awsat newspaper. He was responding to a question about his ministry's plan to deal with the marriage of young girls. "A girl below 18 is often not fit to take the family responsibility especially if she quickly gives birth (after marriage)," he said. Saudi Arabia is a patriarchal society that applies an ascetic form of Sunni Islam which bans unrelated men and women from mixing and gives fathers the right to wed their sons and daughters to whomever they deem fit. Many Saudi clerics, including the kingdom's chief cleric Grand Mufti Sheikh Abdul-Aziz Al al-Sheikh, endorse the practice of marrying underage girls, arguing that in doing so they avoid spinsterhood or the temptation of engaging in relationships outside the wedlock. A 50-year old man in the small Saudi town of Onaiza agreed this week to divorce his eight year-old bride. Financial considerations could prompt some Saudi families to wed their underage daughters to much older men. Many young girls in Arab countries that observe tribal traditions are married to older husbands but not before puberty. Such marriages are also driven by poverty in countries like Yemen, one of the poorest countries outside Africa.
Girl allegedly finds condom in ‘Happy Meal ’ Swiss cops investigate claim 7-year-old girl found condom in French fries Mon., May 4, 2009 FRIBOURG, Switzerland - Swiss police said they are investigating a 7-year-old girl's discovery of a condom in her McDonald's Happy Meal. Fribourg state police said the mother called them after the girl discovered the condom among her French fries. Police said Monday they were investigating where the condom came from and how it got into the Happy Meal. They said an analysis was being done to determine if the condom posed a health risk. McDonald's in Switzerland declined to comment because of the ongoing investigation. msnbc
Vincent Van Gogh arrested in Boynton Beach on crack cocaine charge South Florida Sun-Sentinel Tuesday, May 05, 2009 BOYNTON BEACH — Vincent Van Gogh was busted on a cocaine charge. No, not Vincent Van Gogh, the 19th-century post-impressionist painter who died in poverty and found fame after his death. But Vincent Vladimer Van Gogh, 42, of Delray Beach, according to our news partners at the Sun Sentinel . .The modern, two-eared Van Gogh was stopped by police about 11 p.m. Monday in the 100 block of East Boynton Beach Boulevard. He had a suspended driver's license and 2.6 grams of crack cocaine. Van Gogh was jailed, charged with possession of cocaine and driving with a suspended license. For more see www.sun-sentinel.com
The Obama Restaurant & Cafe May 5, 2009 “ Yes we can… run into Obamamania everywhere . Jeff Bartholet, Newsweek’s D.C. bureau chief is traveling in Africa this week and stumbled upon the Obama Restaurant & Café—yes, named after that Obama—in Hargeisa, Somaliland.” w/ photos
Nation Ready To Be Lied To About Economy Again May 5, 2009 “ After nearly four months of frank, honest, and open dialogue about the failing economy, a weary U.S. populace announced this week that it is once again ready to be lied to about the current state of the financial system . Tired of hearing the grim truth about their economic future, Americans demanded that the bald-faced lies resume immediately, particularly whenever politicians feel the need to divulge another terrifying problem with Wall Street, the housing market, or any one of a hundred other ticking time bombs everyone was better off not knowing about. In addition, citizens are requesting that the phrase, “It will only get worse before it gets better,” be permanently replaced with, “Things are going great. Enjoy yourselves.” w/ photos
Senior Smack Sisters Snitched Caught selling dope, elderly women rat out 28-year-old supplier APRIL 30--After police found them in possession of 1400 bags of heroin, two elderly Pennsylvania sisters immediately ratted out their supplier, a 28-year-old man nicknamed "Little Tony," court records show. Elizabeth Grube, 70, and Elaine Volkert, 65, were nabbed Tuesday for allegedly dealing drugs from their Monroe County home, which was raided earlier this month by cops. Grube (top) and Volkert are pictured above in police mug shots. Evidence photos of the heroin bindles seized during the execution of a search warrant can be found here and here . The pensioners, who have also dealt pot and crack cocaine, told agents that their heroin supplier was Julio "Little Tony" Checo. At the direction of investigators, Volkert set up a $7000 buy from Checo, who was busted as he headed to a meeting with her outside an Arby's on Route 611 in Stroudsburg, according to a criminal complaint . Grube, Volkert, and Checo are each facing felony drug and conspiracy charges.
Japanese Jeans… Bringing Sexy Back Japan has come out with yet another sexy, wild, and edgy fashion trend with these Bikini Jeans, that act as both underwear and jeans. Sandra Tanimura, a Sanna designer, created these jeans after customers mentioned they had a hard time keeping their low cut jeans up. “We specialize in making low-rise trousers and our customers wanted them to get even lower. It was very difficult meeting these demands without the trousers falling down. I came up with the idea of using the bikini strings to let the trousers hang really low without falling,” she added
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