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Wednesday, May 4, 2016

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A young woman was arrested on a charge of disorderly conduct after her neighbors complained about her loud sex sessions, police in Pennsylvania said.

25-year-old Amanda Marie Warfel of York, was placed behind bars after pleading guilty to disorderly conduct in connection with her loud sex sessions that disturbed her neighbor's children.

Tanya Saylor told investigators that she gave her children headphones before they went to bed every night, in order to help them block out the music, threats and sexual noises coming from next door.


The sounds came from the other side of a wall of the room shared with a neighboring home. The noises lasted up to 3:00 a.m.

Saylor has an ill husband and five children, all between the ages of 9 and 17. Her 15 and 17-year-old daughters share a room which shares a wall with Warfel's bedroom, or sex dungeon, or whatever is going on in that house.

When the sex noise first became a problem, Saylor would knock on the door and ask Warfel to be quiet. This did not help.

Warfel kept the two girls up late that they had trouble getting to school on time in the morning. On two occasions, police wrote notes to the school to excuse their delay.


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A firefighter was arrested after an investigation revealed that he was behind at least 18 fires in Canada. Royal Canadian Mounted Police arrested 19-year-old Lawson Michael Schalm of Mayerthorpe on 18 counts of arson. Schalm has been working as a firefighter since he was 15 years old. Police began an investigation after they began to suspect that several of the fires were started deliberately. Fire chief Randy Schroeder said his department is shocked by the arrest. He said that Schalm was actively fighting five of the fires that he is accused of starting. His father Albert Schalm, who is the former mayor of Mayerthorpe, said that he was in total shock when he learned of his son's arrest.


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Lewis, in case you haven't seen this... "Indonesian police have confiscated a sex toy from a remote village after its inhabitants and some on social media mistook it for an "angel". The doll was found in March floating in the sea by a fisherman in the Banggai islands in Sulawesi province. His family took care of the doll, and pictures soon spread online along with claims it was an angel. Police investigated amid fears the rumours would cause unrest, and found it was in fact an inflatable sex doll."

Hey, I'm a bigger fan of vaginas than most, and anyone who knows me will tell you I love beer, but there is no way in heaven or hell that you would get me to drink vagina beer. I'm not exactly eager to drink belly button beer either, but if I were forced to choose at gunpoint I'd have to go belly button.

Lewis, the real question is; would you rather drink beer that tastes like vagina, or eat p*ssy that tastes like beer?

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