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 said officials have ruled out a natural gas or propane leak underground and there was no indication of seismic activity in the area. She said investigators also checked out local factories, but found nothing to account for the phenomenon.
They’ll never notice with this junk! — Joshua O’Shea was naked from the waist down when the homeowner walked downstairs and found him, “extremely intoxicated,” in her living room. The woman and her boyfriend tried to subdue O’Shea by hitting him with a high chair, which shattered — but he fought on, ultimately grabbing a pair of sweatpants. Police apprehended him on the street moments later.
A uniformly bad idea - A police officer inMemphis is in big trouble after putting out an all points bulletin about his love life — by broadcasting an intimate encounter over his cruiser’s radio. Dion Anthony was getting busy in his car when he tripped the broadcast function on his radio and treated anyone with a scanner to an X-rated listening session. He’s been suspended without pay and his humility.