What The Hell Is Wrong With Japan?
Zoo worker in unnecessarily-scary monkey suit pretends to be an escaped orangutan:
Japanese children, thinking they just witnessed the monkey getting killed, are scarred for life:
What is the thought process here? Did they not know that children were gonna be present? Did they not think this would make the children cry? Why couldn't they have waited until the zoo closed? Don't they realize that this is the kind of traumatic childhood experience that turns normal Japanese brains into serial-killer Japanese brains?
Joseph Brill of Albuquerque, NM, was arrested for drunk driving on Thursday. Officers arrested him after he pulled his pickup truck into his driveway, opened the door, and "instead of getting out, he fell out." Right in front of deputies, face down on the driveway. They also found an open beer in his car that was "at least half-empty."
This was Mr. Brill's 28th drunk driving arrest.
We hope she needs a gum job, cuz we'd love to take a look under her hood.
Larry Woodie is a mechanic, and he recently hired a kid from the local high school to work as an assistant in his body shop. Together, the two of them run the shop, which is located out in Oregon. This would, of course, be completely normal and unremarkable, if it wasn't for the fact that Larry is blind and his assistant is deaf.
When asked how they managed to get anything at all done under such circumstances, Mr. Woodie downplayed their disabilities. "This is no different than any other body shop in this state," said Mr. Woodie. "Except that everything takes twice as long, we hardly ever manage to show up to work on time, and we usually end up putting the wrong oil in your car since we can't communicate with each other at all."