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Saturday, September 30, 2017

Greetings fellow Bizarros:

Investigators are trying to figure out how a young child got hold of a gun and shot two young children at a day care facility, according to police in Michigan.

According to the Dearborn police, the toddler found the gun around 10:30 a.m. and shot the two 3-year-old children at the care facility located in a private residence.

They were taken to the Children's Hospital, where they are being treated for severe injuries.

There were other children in the house at the time of the shooting.

All the children were removed from the home and taken to the police station.

The parents later picked them up from the police station.

The day care was run by Tim and Samantha Eubanks at their home in the 3600 block of Harding Street.

So far, no charges have been filed.

Bizarrely,
Lewis

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A shipment of counterfeit Barbie dolls being shipped in a rail container from Canada was intercepted at a Minnesota border crossing, customs officials said. U.S. Customs and Border Protection said officers with the Office of Field Operations inspected a rail container at the International Falls Port of Entry and discovered it contained 3,004 toys that initially appeared to be Barbie dolls manufactured by Mattel. A closer examination determined the dolls were piratical copies that violated Mattel's intellectual property. The counterfeit toys had a total suggested retail price of $85,824. "CBP continues to play a key role in Intellectual Property Rights enforcement," said Anthony Jackson, International Falls Port director. "CBP continues to stay focused on combating the illegitimate trade in counterfeit products."

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A South Carolina student said she was so shocked to win $125,000 from a scratch-off lottery ticket that her pacemaker alarm to sound. Brianna Mathis, 20, a student at Clemson University, told South Carolina Education Lottery officials she was so shocked when she scratched off the $5 Fantastic 5s ticket that her pacemaker went off. "After I got over the shock of winning, I gave the ticket to Fort Knox for safe keeping," said Mathis, who used "Fort Knox" to refer to her mother. Mathis said she plans to use her $125,000 winnings to pay off her student debt and help her mother buy a house.




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Someone paid $6737 for Hitler's underwear? I just can NAZI that. but then again... perhaps it was someone's Mother-In -law. Rearrange the letters in the word "Mother-in-law" and get the words "Woman Hitler".


I'd buy Eva Braun's panties, but only if they were unwashed.
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