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A Staten Island mom is making national headlines today after suing the city of West Brighton for $900 trillion, alleging the city improperly placed her two children in foster care. The $900 trillion figure, first reported by theNew York Post, certainly is staggering and the standard response so far has been to treat the lawsuit
Have you visited the new photo section yet? No? Well you fail at life. Check it out HERE Visit back often as we continue to add the best images we have found from around the web! Here are some examples of the awesomeness!
Few people in the world have the patience, vision and desire to build the entire Lucas Oil Stadium out of Legos and I think we should all thank god for that. While the end result is admittedly pretty cool- the shocking fact that one person has dedicated the last 3 years of his life to this project
“My friend and I once joked that toilet paper should have instructions printed on them for certain people,” merchant heppcat writes. “One day, the conversation grew from there and turned into a wager that i couldn’t (or wouldn’t) be able to type out a novel on toilet paper … All of the rolls [have] been handled
Speaking of oddball lawsuits and legal decisions, an Illinois state appeals court has overturned a ruling by a Cook County court judge that damages are not recoverable for injuries sustained from being struck by a dismembered corpse. The lawsuit was brought by Gayane Zokhrabov, 58, who suffered a broken wrist in 2008 when she was hit
We’ve all heard about crazy lawsuits and 2011 was no exception when it came to the filing of frivolous – even ridiculous – lawsuits. A lawsuit by a kidnapper against his victims for not helping him evade police tops the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Institute for Legal Reform’s (ILR) survey of the Top Ten Most Ridiculous Lawsuits of 2011, released
LEXINGTON, N.C. (AP) — Do you have change for a million-dollar bill? Police say a North Carolina man insisted his million-dollar note was real when he was buying $476 worth of items at a Walmart. Investigators told the Winston-Salem Journal ( http://bit.ly/u7ZrEN ) that 53-year-old Michael Fuller tried to buy a vacuum cleaner, a
Buzzfeed.com top 50 headlines of 2011. A truly classic compilation of the oddest, dumbest and stupidest headlines to grace the interweb. 1. Source: pressherald.com 2. Source: ksl.com 3. Source: news.cincinnati.com 4. Source: dailymail.co.uk 5. Source: variety.com Share on Facebook 6. Source: thelocal.se 7. Source: ghanaweb.com 8. Source: thelocal.de 9. Source: philly.com 10. Source: tahoedailytribune.com Share on Facebook 11. Source: latimesblogs.latimes.com 12. Source: wowt.com 13. Source: billingsgazette.com 14. Source: nzherald.co.nz 15. Source: today.msnbc.msn.com 16.
Like every Halloween before it, this year saw no shortage of hilarious and creative costumes. Some were meticulously crafted, others were delightfully simple. A quick search on Reddit for ‘costume’ revealed thousands of submissions all clamoring for the coveted Internet seal of approval. Below are 25 hilarious entries that caught the Sifter’s eye, enjoy!