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Australian football players investigated for allegedly setting dwarf on fire

Australian Football League side St Kilda were Tuesday investigating claims that one of its players set a dwarf performer on fire at the club’s end-of-season celebrations. Blake Johnston and his colleague Arthur Serevetas were reportedly booked by the Saints to entertain players at their so-called “Mad Monday” event this week,…

Mississippi male gator hunt record broken twice in one day

Multiple Mississippi state records for alligator hunting was broken twice within a day after two humongous hauls, WLBT-TV reported on Monday. “He broke all the lines we could put in him,” Dustin Bockman told WLBT about the 727-pound male alligator he caught with help from his brother and a friend…

Watch: Anthony Weiner tries to sound ‘Jamaican’ during West Indian Day Parade

While New York City’s annual West Indian Day Parade drew many of the city’s mayoral candidates on Monday, Anthony Weiner seemed to want to go the extra mile in ingratiating himself with the voters. Video posted by the New York Daily News on Monday shows Weiner calling out, “Anybody here…

Comedian Lee Camp: Supporting war in Syria makes believing in Scientology look sensible

Comedian and activist Lee Camp sounded off against the burgeoning campaign for a military strike against the Syrian government, likening it to buying into Scientology, which he described as the religion in which “Tom Cruise is the Virgin Mary and Will Smith is the Burning Bush.” “L. Ron Hubbard didn’t…

Oregon bakery that refused to serve same-sex couple closes shop

The Oregon cake shop that was investigated by state officials after refusing to fulfill an order by a lesbian couple has closed its doors, the Williamette Week reported. According to a Facebook post on Friday, Sweet Cakes by Melissa’s store in Gresham, Oregon closed as of Saturday, with owners Aaron…

NAACP skeptical after historic Wyoming summit with KKK representative

Under heavy security and with a brace of ground rules in place, four representatives of the NAACP and a high-ranking member of the Ku Klux Klan met in Casper, Wyoming on Saturday night. The Wyoming Star-Tribune reported that John Abarr, an organizer for the United Klans of America, sat down…

Tim Robbins uses acting classes to help prisoners ‘create new truths for themselves’

Actor Tim Robbins has been teaching acting classes to inmates in a Norco, California prison. According to CBS News, the “Shawshank Redemption” star said that the acting exercises provide an opportunity for prisoners to open their imagination and discover new ways of looking at their world. “It creates this place,…

Serbia hosts world testicle cooking championship

Serbia is currently hosting its annual worldwide testicle cooking contest in the remote mountain village of Gornji Milanovac. According to the International Business Times, competitors come from all over the world to compete with each other to see who can make the most delicious use of goat, lamb, bull, camel,…

Forensic anthropologists seek clues in 50 unmarked graves on segregated reform school campus in Florida

A century-old Florida state school for troubled boys, Dozier Reform School, is now the site of a forensic investigation after more than 50 bodies were discovered, some in unmarked graves, next to a garbage dump on the side of campus where the African-American students were housed. The University of South…

Mother charged with killing baby by feeding him drug-laced breast milk

An eight-month-old boy in Sacramento, California died after drinking his mother’s breast milk, which contained Xanax, methadone and the opiate painkiller Opana. According to the Sacramento Bee, the baby’s mother, 32-year-old Sarah Anne Stephens appeared in court on Friday on charges of murder and two felony counts of child endangerment.…

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