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Slide 2: Tucson judge tosses out alcohol breath tests in 49 DUI cases May. 19, 2008 03:04 PM Associated Press TUCSON - A judge in Tucson has tossed out alcohol breath tests in 49 DUI cases and a defense attorney says the ruling could have widespread implications. City Court Judge Thomas Berning's ruling says the breath tests are inadmissible because the company that makes the machine hasn't made its inner workings available to the defense. James Nesci, one of the defense attorneys involved in the cases, says there are 50 to 70 pending cases before other judges that were waiting for Berning's ruling. The ruling doesn't dismiss the cases entirely, just the breath tests. The Tucson Citizen reports on its Web site that the ruling also could potentially affect every alcohol breath test conducted in the state since Dec. 1, 2006. That's when Arizona adopted the Intoxilizer 8000 machine made by CMI. Deputy City Attorney Laura Brynwood says prosecutors will appeal Berning's ruling within the next 14 days.
Slide 3: Oldest known bust of Caesar found Divers in France have found the oldest known bust of Roman dictator Julius Caesar at the bottom of the River Rhone, officials have said. The marble bust was found near Arles, which was founded by Caesar. France's culture ministry said the bust was from 46BC, the date of the southern town's foundation. The ministry described the bust - which shows a lined face and a balding head - as typical of realist portraits of the Republican era. It said other items had been found at the same site, including a 1.8m (6ft) marble statue of Neptune from the first decade of the third century AD, and two smaller statues in bronze. Divers taking part in an archaeological excavation made the discovery between September and October 2007. Luc Long, the archaeologist who directed the excavations, said all the busts of Caesar in Rome were posthumous. A group of republican senators assassinated Caesar in 44BC. "I suspect the bust was thrown in the river after he was assassinated because it would not have been good at that time to be considered a follower of his," said Mr Long. Some of the objects found in the river will be displayed in a museum on ancient Arles, the culture ministry said.
Slide 4: May 18, 8:08 AM ET This Friday May 16, 2008, photo, distributed by the official Chinese news agency Xinhua, shows a dead student's hand holding a pen tightly in the debris site of Dongqi Middle School in Hanwang Town of quake-hit Mianzhu City, southwest China's Sichuan province.
Slide 5: ID-protection ads come back to bite pitchman AP Thu May 22, 7:09 AM ET Todd Davis has dared criminals for two years to try stealing his identity: Ads for his fraud-prevention company, LifeLock, even offer his Social Security number next to his smiling mug. Now, Lifelock customers in Maryland, New Jersey and West Virginia are suing Davis, claiming his service didn't work as promised and he knew it wouldn't, because the service had failed even him. Attorney David Paris said he found records of other people applying for or receiving driver's licenses at least 20 times using Davis' Social Security number, though some of the applications may have been rejected because data in them didn't match what the Social Security Administration had on file. Davis acknowledged in an interview with The Associated Press that his stunt has led to at least 87 instances in which people have tried to steal his identity, and one succeeded: a guy in Texas who duped an online payday loan operation last year into giving him $500 using Davis' Social Security number. Paris said the fact Davis' records were compromised at all supports the claim that Tempe, Ariz.-based LifeLock doesn't provide the comprehensive protection its advertisements say it does. "It's further evidence of the ineffectiveness of the services that LifeLock advertises," said Paris, who is lead attorney on the three new lawsuits, the latest of which was filed this month. Davis learned about the fraud in Texas when the payday-loan outfit called to collect on the loan, he said. He didn't get an alert beforehand because the company didn't go through one of the three major credit bureaus before approving the transaction. Davis said it's possible driver's licenses have been issued to other people in his name because of the widespread availability of his personal information — and because of what he described as the flimsy mechanisms in place to report that kind of fraud. Paris noted that LifeLock charges $10 a month to set fraud alerts with credit bureaus, even though consumers can do it themselves for free.
Slide 6: This is an actual excerpt from Transportation Magazine written for male supervisors in 1943 on how to handle women in the workplace. The text is written out after the break………….
Slide 7: Eleven Tips on Getting More Efficiency Out of Women Employees: There's no longer any question whether transit companies should hire women for jobs formerly held by men. The draft and manpower shortage has settled that point. The important things now are to select the most efficient women available and how to use them to the best advantage. Here are eleven helpful tips on the subject from Western Properties: 1. Pick young married women. They usually have more of a sense of responsibility than their unmarried sisters, they're less likely to be flirtatious, they need the work or they wouldn't be doing it, they still have the pep and interest to work hard and to deal with the public efficiently. 2. When you have to use older women, try to get ones who have worked outside the home at some time in their lives. Older women who have never contacted the public have a hard time adapting themselves and are inclines to be cantankerous and fussy. It's always well to impress upon older women the importance of friendliness and courtesy. 3. General experience indicates that "husky" girls - those who are just a little on the heavy side are more even tempered and efficient than their underweight sisters. 4. Retain a physician to give each woman you hire a special physical examination - one covering female conditions. This step not only protects the property against the possibilities of lawsuit, but reveals whether the employee-to-be has any female weaknesses which would make her mentally or physically unfit for the job. 5. Stress at the outset the importance of time the fact that a minute or two lost here and there makes serious inroads on schedules. Until this point is gotten across, service is likely to be slowed up.
Slide 8: 6. Give the female employee a definite day-long schedule of duties so that they'll keep busy without bothering the management for instructions every few minutes. Numerous properties say that women make excellent workers when they have their jobs cut out for them, but that they lack initiative in finding work themselves. 7. Whenever possible, let the inside employee change from one job to another at some time during the day. Women are inclined to be less nervous and happier with change. 8. Give every girl an adequate number of rest periods during the day. You have to make some allowances for feminine psychology. A girl has more confidence and is more efficient if she can keep her hair tidied, apply fresh lipstick and wash her hands several times a day. 9. Be tactful when issuing instructions or in making criticisms. Women are often sensitive; they can't shrug off harsh words the way men do. Never ridicule a woman - it breaks her spirit and cuts off her efficiency. 10. Be reasonably considerate about using strong language around women. Even though a girl's husband or father may swear vociferously, she'll grow to dislike a place of business where she hears too much of this. 11. Get enough size variety in operator's uniforms so that each girl can have a proper fit. This point can't be stressed too much in keeping women happy.
Slide 9: Wed May 14, 8:09 AM ET Yves Rossy, known as the 'Fusion Man,' flies with a jet-powered single wing over the Alps in Bex, Switzerland, Wednesday, May 14, 2008. Some people go fishing on their day off. Yves Rossy likes to jump out of a small plane with a pair of jet-powered wings and perform figure eights above the Swiss Alps. The revolutionary human flying machine comes after five years of training and many more years of dreaming.
Slide 10: Wed May 21, 2:05 AM ET World's smallest one-man helicopter, GEN H-4, is seen here flying in the city of Matsumoto, Nagano prefecture, central Japan. It will soon take flight in the birthplace of Leonardo da Vinci, who is credited with having first thought of a vertical-flight machine, according to its developer.
Slide 11: I'm all washed up! Hollywood vice queen to laundrette boss. Heidi Fleiss tells all. ONCE she was the world's richest vice queen, earning TEN MILLION DOLLARS. She bedded Hollywood legends like Jack Nicholson and Marlon Brando. But now the only men's pants Heidi Fleiss sees flying round are the ones in the machines of her LAUNDERETTE in a remote desert town. For the woman who once ran America's most notorious prostitution ring selling sex to the stars in Beverly Hills is all washed up in a Nevada backwater called Pahrump. And she admits: "I'm broke, my life is a mess and so am I. But I just couldn't care less." Today Heidi—who lost her fortune after being busted and jailed in 1997—lives in a trailer she shares with TWENTY PARROTS she took in when a pet shop closed down. "I love those birds more than I've ever loved any man," she says. "It's been two years since I had sex and I don't care if I ever do it again." But now the working girl turned washerwoman is ready to talk about her past sex life and air some dirty linen in public —like Marlon Brando's pants, which were far from smalls. "I love fat men— they try harder," she said. "And Marlon was without doubt the sexiest, fattest man I ever slept with." The late Godfather star weighed 28 STONE and was 73 when she slept with him.
Slide 12: Whale Penis Museum displays big and small family jewels Sperm whale's 154-pound bone is the largest; hamster's is the tiniest Elephant Penis May. 20 , 2008 HUSAVIK, Iceland - Sigurdur Hjartarson is missing a human penis. But he's not worried: four men have promised to donate theirs to him when they die. Hjartarson is founder and owner of the Icelandic Phallological Museum, which offers visitors from around the world a close-up look at the long and the short of the male reproductive organ. His collection, which began in 1974 with a single bull's penis that looked something like a riding crop, now boasts 261 preserved members from 90 species. The largest, from a sperm whale, is 70 kg (154 lb) and 1.7 meters (5.58 ft) long. The smallest, a hamster penis bone, is just 2 mm and must be viewed through a magnifying glass. One species conspicuous by its absence is homo sapiens, but that may soon be rectified since a German, an American, an Icelander and a Briton have promised to donate their organs after death, according to certificates on display.
Slide 13: Canadian pierces lover's heart in botched sex game Fri May 16, 10:20 AM ET A Canadian man who asked his lover to carve a heart-shaped symbol on his chest during a rough sex game almost died when she accidentally pressed too hard and punctured his heart, a newspaper said on Thursday. The Winnipeg Free Press said the 25-year-old woman had been sentenced to three years' probation after she pleaded guilty to assaulting the man in February 2007. The 24-year-old man was initially given little chance of survival but made a full recovery and is backing the woman. Both had been drinking heavily and engaging in rough sex when he asked the woman to carve the symbol, the paper said.
Slide 14: Medical marijuana: How much is enough? Seattle Times Muraco Kyashna-Tocha, 48, of Seattle, has grown marijuana legally since 1999. Kyashna-Tocha has had five neck and back surgeries and said that using marijuana manages her pain enough so she can engage in daily life. Kyashna-Tocha's moluccan cockatoo Big Bird Bubba sits on her shoulder and travels with her almost everywhere. A state Health Department proposal that medical-marijuana patients be allowed more than 2 pounds of pot every two months took law enforcement by surprise and prompted the governor to tell health officials to start over. Faced with a legislative mandate to spell out what constitutes a "60-day supply" by July 1, the department in February briefed Gov. Christine Gregoire's office on its recommendation: Patients or caregivers could possess up to 35 ounces of cultivated marijuana and be allowed a plant-growing area of 100 square feet. Gregoire promptly directed Department of Health Secretary Mary Selecky to solicit more comment from law enforcement and medical providers. "I wouldn't say she was upset" by the amount, said Gregoire's spokesman, Pearse Edwards, but she believed input had been one-sided. The issue of how much marijuana a patient needs remains one of the most contentious parts of the law voters passed in 1998, which allows patients with certain chronic, fatal and debilitating diseases to possess a 60-day supply of marijuana with a doctor's authorization.
Slide 15: Woman strips in anger at wolf whistles Thursday, May 22, 2008 A woman who felt harassed when road workers whistled at her stripped naked in response, police said. Workmen in the small northern farming town of Kerikeri, New Zealand, were repairing the main street when the young woman, an Israeli tourist, took offence at their attention. She calmly stripped bare to use an ATM - bringing an abrupt halt to both the whistles and the road work - then put her clothes back on and walked away. Daily Mail
Slide 16: Office worker awarded £5,000 after boss constantly broke wind in her direction A bullied office worker has been awarded £5,000 after her boss raised his right buttock from his chair and broke wind in her direction. Humiliated mother-of-three Theresa Bailey, 43, was the only woman on a sales team where "laddish" behaviour made her life a misery, and continued despite complains to senior managers. After she objected to sexist banter a beach ball was thrown at her head - and when she had problems working her computer was ordered to wear a badge saying "I'm simple". There was a general culture of "laddish" behaviour by men in her office, she said - with her line manager David Nye included. She said he regularly "lifted his right cheek" and broke wind in her direction throughout her brief time at the firm. Mrs Bailey said colleagues leered at female passers-by and joked that women couldn't park cars. And when she complained about the state of the communal lavatories, Mr Nye sent an email to a colleague that said: "That's why we don't employ women". Complaints about sexist banter simply led to the incident when the beach ball was thrown at her head - and her confusion about using the computer was found amusing by Mr Nye, who told her to wear the "I'm simple" badge. Mrs Bailey said: "I felt so embarrassed and humiliated, my heart sank.“ The tribunal agreed that she would not have suffered the same treatment if she had been a man, and also ruled that she was not properly paid after taking time off to see the dentist when her face swelled up. Daily Mail
Slide 17: Fri May 16, 11:57 PM ET Bottle openers made of kangaroo scrotums sold as souvenirs in Sydney
Slide 18: Naked newsreader doing it for son Sunday News | Monday, 19 May 2008 | REASON FOR IT ALL: Lisa Lewis says she is reading the Naked News for her son. New Zealand's first naked news presenter - exposed last week as a $7000-a-night call girl - is doing it for her son's "brilliant education". Solo mum Lisa Lewis, 27, was hired last month for Alt TV's 10pm Naked News Flash. Lewis hit the headlines two years ago for a bikini-clad streak during an All Blacks test. Her website offers a one-hour, full escort service for $2000, overnight for $7000 or a weekend for $10,000 travel expenses extra. Lewis told Sunday News she was mentally prepared for being revealed as a hooker but wouldn't reveal what her parents said. "I'm proud of everything I put my name to or connect my name with. The phrase 'I am happy in my own skin' is a good representation of me." Selling sex was "in the best interests for both my son and myself from a financial perspective". "Being an escort does not make me less of a mother. I'm earning a good income and being able to give my son a brilliant education and the chance for him to live out his own dreams and his own aspirations in the future." She refused to discuss her client list but said she was probably New Zealand's most expensive working girl. "My prices are excessive for a reason, I go for quality rather than quantity." Lewis said people should not hate her. "Admired maybe for doing a job the majority would not be head-strong enough to do." The aspiring newsreader said Alt TV on Sky's Channel 65 and online was a breath of fresh air. "I very much doubt they would let a hooker or stripper on TV1 or TV3 to read the news."
Slide 19: Kinky Swedish mums want more sex 16 May 08 15:56 CET Swedish mums are a kinky lot and want far more sex than they are actually getting, according to a survey done by trendy mummy magazine Mama. Contrary to popular belief, mums don't just think about nappies, baby food and getting some sleep. They want more nookie and they want it now. Apparently, 43 percent of mums under the age of 29 own a dildo and almost 28 percent of those questioned in the Mama survey have checked out online porn. Having said that, 31 percent of those surveyed think their man's freshly showered body is the greatest turn-on. Some mums would prefer a completely different man altogether: 7 percent of mums have been unfaithful after becoming mothers. Back to the kinky stuff: 39 percent of the Swedish mums surveyed have had anal sex and 23 percent fantasize about other men or women during sexual intercourse. 37 percent of the younger mums (under age 29) have had lesbian fantasies. 2 percent have had group sex and 23 percent of mums under the age of 29 use handcuffs as part of sex play. But the most telling statistic in the survey - though not exactly surprising - is that 60 percent of mums simply want more frequent sex. They would like to have sex at least once or twice a week but only 38 percent of them actually get it that often. The Local
Slide 20: May 1 7 , 8:58 AM ET Guinness World Record holder for the 'Most Pierced Woman', Elaine Davidson, poses for a photograph in the Royal Mile in Edinburgh, Scotland showing some of her five thousand nine hundred and twenty piercings on May 16, 2008.

   
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