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Edward Bachner Could Get Life In Prison For Buying Puffer Fish Poison

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Edward Bachner Could Get Life In Prison For Buying Puffer Fish Poison


Edward Bachner of Lake in the Hills, Illinois has pleaded guilty to bizarreass and dangerous crime: amassing large quantities of the neurotoxin found in puffer fish, with intent to use it as a weapon.

Authorities say, the puffer fish poison was intended for use on his wife, for whom he bought a $20 million life insurance policy. What a sweetheart!

Our source says Tetrodotoxin (as the stuff is called) is a very lethal poison even the smallest quantities can cause respiratory paralysis within six to 24 hours. There is no known antidote to the poison.

When agents searched his home, they found 45 more vials of tetrodotoxin, along with 50 knives, AND other weapons, AND a fake CIA badge!!

WFT?? What was he planing?!?!?

[image via The Perils of Pet Intimacy]

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South Korean Scientists Made Glowing Puppy!

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South Korean Scientists Made Glowing Puppy!

Holy Shiz!!

South Korean scientists said on Wednesday they have created a glowing dog using cloning!

But why does the world need a glowing baby beagle, you ask? Apparently the technique they used to clone the that could help find cures for human diseases such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's.

The researchers, who completed a two-year test, said the ability to glow can be turned on or off by adding a drug to the dog's food.

"The creation of Tegon opens new horizons since the gene injected to make the dog glow can be substituted with genes that trigger fatal human diseases,"

the news agency quoted lead researcher as saying.

He said the dog was created using the somethin' called somatic cell nuclear transfer technology. The same stuff that the university team used to make the world's first cloned dog, Snuppy, in 2005.


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Creepy/Cute Cat Twins

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Your Reaction?

ZOMG! That's not a mirror!!

You'd think kitties playing patty-cake would be soopa cute — but these bitches are so synchronized it's just plain creepy.

These two would be purrfect for the all-cat remake of The Shinning!

Oh gawd, someone should really make that movie.

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4 Teens Attacked By A Bear During Wilderness Survival Course

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Brown bear attack

That's a scary class!

A brown bear and her cub mauled a group of teenage boys participating in a survival skills course deep in the Alaskan wilderness Sunday.

Two of the teens, participating in a survival skills course, suffered life-threatening injuries, Alaska State Troopers said in a press release, and two had injuries that were labeled "serious, but non-life-threatening."

The spokeswoman for the state police said those four are in critical condition, while three others had minor injuries or exposure-related issues. She added:

"They were mauled, very severely. It was truly an emergency situation."

Between ages 16 to 18 and from all around the country, the boys said that they followed protocol in calling out to warn the bears and carrying bear spray, according to the wilderness program.

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13.7-Foot Crocodile Murder Suspect

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13.7-Foot Crododile Murder Suspect

Who wants to interrogate the suspect?

A 13.7-foot saltwater crododile was captured alive in the Philippines on Monday and will be examined to determine if it killed a fisherman last month.

The male crocodile had to be tied, blindfolded and carried by more than 10 men. It was estimated to weigh up to 770 pounds!!

The crocodile was caught near where the man's partial remains were found in the Bataraza township of western Palawan province.

Wildlife workers only catch "problem crocodiles" but generally leave crocodiles in their natural habitat.

It will be induced to vomit to see if its stomach contains human tissues, though it might be too late to know for sure whether the croc killed the man.

RIP Captain Hook!

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Rise Of Shark Attacks Off Cape Cod

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Shark sightings and attacks in all of the United States are on a rise. The sharks are here and they want to world to know it!

It's obvious why attacks are especially high in Cape Cod — there are a ton of seals as well as a ton of sales! (Sharks are known to be ruthless shoppers. Hah! We kid!)

Fear of sharks in the area has gotten so bad that many Massachusetts residents are afraid to even go in the water.

You guys, shouldn't worry. We have a feeling this is all just to get us pumped for Shark Week, which starts at the end of the month!

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NYC's First Case Of West Nile Virus Found In Mosquitoes

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NYC's First Case Of West Nile Virus Found In Mosquitoes

First Jersey Shore now West Nile??

The city's first case of the West Nile virus has been detected in mosquitoes in Eltingville, according to the NYC Health Department.

So far, no human cases have been found this season in the five boroughs.

The Health Department said it has increased mosquito surveillance and mosquito larvae control efforts in the area where the mosquitoes were found.

West Nile virus has returned to New York City, but simple precautions can help protect you and your family,”

the Health Commissioner warned.

Oh Staten Island, what nastiness will you breed next?

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