No answer -- so since this one's already bumped higher than the other, I guess I'll post this here:
Professor Allegedly Shows Explicit Video
Friday, March 3, 2006
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. - A criminal justice professor at Grand Rapids Community College has resigned after showing a video in class of a man having sex with a pig, students and a faculty representative said.
A school administrator confirmed that Samuel Naves, 47, resigned Feb. 17, but would not comment on why he left.
However, students and a faculty leader said the resignation had to do with the video. They said Naves was teaching an introductory criminal justice class earlier this year when he was going through video files on his computer.
The video appeared on a projection screen and students begged Naves to show the 10-second footage, according to the accounts.
Faculty association president Fred vanHartesveldt said the incident occurred this year. He said Naves was known for a blunt teaching style.
"His pedagogy was to teach real life," vanHartesveldt told The Grand Rapids Press. "His classes were very earthy. Some students took to that very well, and some students didn't."
Naves, who had worked at the college since 1997, declined to comment to the newspaper.
This one has pics, so, link:
Ohio Grad Student Bomb Scare
Punk Band "This Bike Is A Pipe Bomb!"
There's another link there with a little update, too.
It sucks there's no pic of the bike all torn apart.
Horrible, stupid bitch had it coming dept.:
Woman Enters Exhibit, Elephant Smacks Her
Friday, March 3, 2006
WACO, Texas - A 25-year-old woman climbed past barriers and into an elephant's zoo exhibit, then crawled out with minor injuries after the 6,000-pound animal smacked her with its trunk.
"That's how an elephant reacts to something they would perceive as a threat," said Cameron Park Zoo director Jim Fleshman.
After saying she wanted to play with the elephant, the woman climbed over a 3-feet-high wood-and-wire fence, scaled an 8-foot-tall artificial rock structure and bypassed an electric wire before jumping into the exhibit Thursday afternoon, Fleshman said. A moat extends around most of the exhibit.
After the woman got out, fire and emergency crews took her to a hospital with minor injuries, including scrapes on her side and arm. Waco Fire Capt. Greg Kistler said the woman, whose name was not released, was visiting the zoo with a child and another woman.
The exhibit contains two female African elephants that have been at the zoo at least nine years. Only one of the elephants struck the woman.
Both animals were stressed after the incident and were moved to a private area for part of the afternoon, and one didn't want to return to the exhibit even later in the day. But both were back for visitors to see Friday, Fleshman said.
"They're not used to somebody being in their space," he said.
^ Actually, she taught the kid an important lesson.