Tags archives: piper-phynnie


Thursday 3/22

An hon­est but lazy thief - Author­i­ties called Jay Maytin to inform him that his 13-year-old bike had been left at the Aspen,CO cour­t­house along with a brief apol­ogy read­ing, “Sorry. I stole this bike. I rode it home. Please give it back — Drunk.” Maytin says he has no inter­est in press­ing charges or finding […]


Wednesday 3/21

What’s the buzzz about? — Tommy and Cristi Hill of Brighton said they left the Chevy at home while they went out to eat and shop Sat­ur­day and returned to find bees swarm­ing under the hood and over the wind­shield of the vehi­cle.  The Hills said they do not want to kill the bees, so […]


Tuesday 3/20

A mighty Rum­ble — Lisa Kuss, admin­is­tra­tor for Clin­tonville, a town of about 4,700 peo­ple, said res­i­dents liv­ing within a 6-block radius on the north­east side reported thunder-like noises that caused their homes to shake at about 8:30 p.m. Sun­day, peaked between 2 a.m. and 3 a.m. Mon­day, and con­tin­ued beyond 7 a.m.  The administrator […]


Monday 3/19

.08 High Five! — A Penn­syl­va­nia man is fac­ing a vari­ety of charges after try­ing to high-five a patrol­man — who had just deter­mined the guy was dri­ving with more than twice the legal amount of alco­hol in his sys­tem. A Penn­syl­va­nia cop pulled over Ger­ald Decker because his lights were not turned on at […]


Friday 3/16

My lucky stars! — Rune Thomassen said he and his fam­ily went to their cabin Sun­day nearOslo,Norway and imme­di­ately saw a hole in the roof.  The fam­ily went inside and dis­cov­ered the cul­prit was a mete­orite that had crashed through the roof at some point dur­ing the win­ter. Knut Jor­gen Roed Ode­gaard, an astro­physi­cist at […]


Thursday 3/15

I’ll take a slice to go — Florida cops are look­ing for a cheesy crook who walked into a Papa John’s pizza place, slipped on the store’s mas­cot uni­form and took off wear­ing it. The teen ban­dit didn’t make off with any actual edi­bles, just the cos­tume, which is described as approx­i­mately six feet tall, […]


Wednesday 3/14

A place to live — Since the start of the month it has been ille­gal to die in Fal­ciano del Mas­sico, a vil­lage of 3,700 peo­ple in south­ern Italy. Mayor Giulio Cesare Fava issued the tongue-in-cheek decree because the vil­lage has no ceme­tery and it is feud­ing with a nearby town that has one — […]


Tuesday 3/13

    Act­ing a bit buggy — Just because they drive bug­gies instead of cars doesn’t mean Amish kids can’t get into trou­ble. Four were arrested and charged with ille­gal pos­ses­sion of alco­hol last night after their buggy crashed directly into a police car! At the time, police were respond­ing to a report that people […]